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    Ireland amended and replaced its framework legislation for managing sea-fisheries in Natura 2000 sites in 2013. The new framework legislation is the European Union (Birds and Natural Habitats)(Sea-Fisheries) Regulations 2013 (S.I. 290 of 2013). These regulations have been...
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    The new Common Fisheries Policy is likely to incentivise uptake of technical solutions to deal with the impending requirement to land catches which were formerly discarded. Recent studies carried out by BIM have demonstrated the potential benefits of quad-rig configurations...
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    Under the European Union (EU) Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) the Irish Naval Service undertake the role of maritime surveillance of fishing control according to sustainable management of the North Atlantic fisheries resource. The Fisheries Control are divided into 26 units of...
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    The 2013 reform of the EU Common Fisheries Policy came into force in January 2014 and included a Landing Obligation (LO) whereby the discarding of quota species is prohibited. This policy will be introduced gradually starting with pelagic fisheries in...
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    The twelve nautical mile limit pertains to fisheries and it gives exclusive rights to Irish registered fishing vessels to fish in those waters. Between six and twelve miles some fishing vessels, flying the flags of the U.K., France, Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany, have...
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    Sea lice are a naturally occurring marine parasite of fish. Over 500 species can be found on most fish types worldwide. Two main species affect salmon in Ireland, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (the salmon louse) and Caligus elongatus. Sea lice monitoring of finfish sites have taken...
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    This document presents a summary of aquaculture production and employment figures for 2014. There is a breakdown of the data by species and by county. Data is also presented in map and tabular form.
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    Under the European Union (EU) Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) the Irish Naval Service undertake the role of maritime surveillance of fishing effort according to sustainable management of the North Atlantic fisheries resource. The Fisheries Effort Zones are divided into 11 units...
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    The six nautical mile limit pertains to fisheries and it gives exclusive rights to Irish registered fishing vessels to fish in those waters. Between six and twelve miles some fishing vessels, flying the flags of the U.K., France, Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany, have...
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