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Workshop on Integrating human dimensions into the management of marine recreational fisheries

 

 

WKHDRWKHDRTrueChristian Skov, Kieran Hyder, Harry Vincent StrehlowEOSGck@aqua.dtu.dk, kieran.hyder@cefas.co.uk, harry.strehlow@thuenen.deWorkshop on Integrating human dimensions into the management of marine recreational fisheries

  1. ‚Äč‚ÄčAssess empirical findings that demonstrate the effect of angler heterogeneity in data collection and how this influences angler behavioural response to management measures (e.g. bag limits).
    Background: Scientific need for efficient evidence production and feed to other working groups
  2. Identify methods used to measure angler heterogeneity and develop a framework that can be used in a standardized way to measure angler heterogeneity over a wide range of cultural diversity.
    Background: Scientific need for efficient evidence production and feed to other working groups
     
  3. Specify the data requirements (social, economic, psychological etc.) needed in existing national surveys that enable measuring angler heterogeneity.
    Background: Scientific need for efficient evidence production and feed to other working groups
     
  4. Identify approaches to correct for heterogeneity in existing survey methods.
    Background: Scientific need for efficient evidence production and feed to other working groups
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