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Executive summary

Loneragan, N.R., Wiryawan, B., Yulianto, I., Halim, A., Hordyk, A., Proctor, C. and Satria, F. (2021) Executive summary. In: Loneragan, N.R., Wiryawan, B., Hordyk, A., Halim, A., Proctor, C., Satria, F. and Yulianto, I., (eds.) Proceedings from Workshops on Management Strategy Evaluation of Data-Limited Fisheries: Towards Sustainability – Applying the Method Evaluation and Risk Assessment Tool to Seven Indonesian Fisheries. Murdoch University, Western Australia, and IPB University, Indonesia, pp. 1-9.

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Abstract

Indonesian capture fisheries are among the most productive fisheries worldwide; several feature in the five highest-producing fisheries globally. Statistics for 2018 from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) show that the overall landings of marine fish in Indonesia rank a global second. Moreover, the importance of small-scale Indonesian fisheries is underscored by the number of livelihoods they support. These proceedings report the findings from two workshops held to consolidate the available information on and evaluate management strategies for seven data-limited fisheries in Indonesia. The work builds on previous Australia–Indonesia collaborations in marine fisheries research, including three projects conducted by the Australian Centre for International Agriculture Research (ACIAR): (1) Capacity development to monitor, analyse and report on Indonesian tuna fisheries; 2005–2010 (ACIAR Project FIS/2002/074), (2) Developing new assessment and policy frameworks for Indonesia’s marine fisheries, including the control and management of Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported Fishing (ACIAR Project FIS/2006/142), and (3) Developing research capacity for management of Indonesia’s pelagic fisheries resources (ACIAR Project FIS/2009/059)...

Item Type: Book Chapter
Murdoch Affiliation(s): Environmental and Conservation Sciences
Harry Butler Institute
Publisher: Murdoch University, Western Australia, and IPB University, Indonesia
Copyright: © Murdoch University 2021
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URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/60820
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