ISSF: State-of-the-Art in SSF Research - Marine Policy 101:268-275 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.03.027; Ready for co-management? Portuguese artisanal octopus fishers’ preferences for management and knowledge about the resource.

State-of-the-Art in SSF Research

Silva, P. | Marine Policy 101:268-275 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.03.027
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Author(s) Silva, P., Pita, P., Cabral, H., Pereira, P., Rangel, M.,
Journal/book/report/newsletter/conference title Marine Policy 101:268-275 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.03.027
Article/chapter/item title (if applicable) Ready for co-management? Portuguese artisanal octopus fishers’ preferences for management and knowledge about the resource.
Year 2019
Publication type Peer-reviewed Paper
Contributor Mafalda ( )
Contribution date 07/02/2020
Geographic scope
Local SW Portugal Urban Portugal
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Themes/Issues
Economic
Ecological
Social/Cultural
Governance
Characteristics
SSF type(s):
Ecosystem type(s):
Ecosystem detailed type(s):
Term(s) used to refer to SSF:
Main gear type(s):
SSF market and distribution channel(s):
Governance mode(s) in SSF:
Key rules, regulations, instruments and measures used to manage SSF:
Additional details
Demographic factors
Employment status of fishers
Stage(s) of fishery chain addressed
SSF defined
Large-scale Fisheries considered No
Overall aim/purpose or research question
Solutions offered No
Explicit research implications and/or policy recommendations No
Species
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