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Managing coastal zone fisheries: a Mediterranean case study

AuthorsMorales-Nin, Beatriz ; Grau, Antoni Maria; Palmer, Miquel
Issue DateMar-2010
CitationOcean and Coastal Management 53(3): 99–106 (2010)
AbstractCoastal fisheries are complex ecological and social systems, evolving in time with a shift from commercial towards recreational effort. We describe the coastal fisheries of Mallorca (W Mediterranean) and the management policies implemented to show the challenges faced at regional level to handle the different management tools used to conserve biodiversity and the social fabric in the coastalzone. Our example provides evidence of the complexity of fishing rights and how they can be adapted into practical fisheries management by combining fishing rights, open access recreational fishery, community-based management and biodiversity conservation.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2010.01.003
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