with Vesa Tschernij, project leader of the Marine center in Simrishamn sighed deeply.
"It will be, to say the least, an uncertain future for the småfiskare who don't thirst to invest in the EU, we do not have more sustainable approaches to fisheries around the English coast," he said.
He was referring to the review as the Radio of the Caliber has just done, which showed that one in two fishing trawlers that are controlled in Denmark are reporting the wrong information about the amount of fish they consume. The problem with the error reporting is the international council, ICES, which provides policy makers with advice on fishing quotas, incorrect decision-making.
And for ICES is that the fish are evenly distributed in the Baltic sea, to which it is not, " says Vesa Tschernij.
He explained that the fish congregate in certain areas at certain times of the year, and the run in which a large trawler can catch up to very large amounts in a short period of time. This will be repeated year-after-year.
" Now fishermen have sounded the alarm about the possibility that their herrings, and the strömmingsfångster has been reduced dramatically, but this is not in line with the ices owes its image. I think it's obvious that something is wrong. I would like to see the ICES is applying the precautionary principle, until you know for sure if the stocks have been reduced, or if a fish, for example, have moved on to other areas as well. There must be a logical explanation, claiming the Vesa Tschernij.
inshore Fishermen in the gulf of bothnia and the baltic sea, says that there are no herring or herring are left, " says fiskeristrategen Vesa Tschernij.Photo by: < / b>, Stefan Sauer / DPA
" If we don't stop now, and look at the people standing in front of an unpleasant reality, it's not just cod stocks that we have to worry about, but the ecosystem as a whole. It all fits together in the sea. We pick off too much of the nature, fill the nature of the space with something else. The question arises as to why the stickleback in the Baltic sea has increased so dramatically?
More than half of the boats will have gone
18 of the controls were in English ports, it turned out, however, that almost all of the fishermen, which reported on the right of the catch.
the Vesa Tschernij says that it was ten years ago, there were almost 100 of English boats fishing for herring and sprat in the Baltic sea. The fishermen had small boats, and you took the view that there was excess capacity – the quota-handed, thus, not at all. Since the limits to which it could sell, was introduced in 2009, has more than half the vessels had disappeared. The ones that are left are generally in a good economy.
" the Left, there are fewer and fewer but larger vessels, which, together, will pull up as many fish as in the past. The same trend of fewer and larger vessels, we can see that in several of the countries around the baltic sea. I think that a more focused and effective fishing activity on the ecosystem is much more than what it is made of more but smaller boats, " says fiskeristrategen.
I think that a more focused and effective fishing activity on the ecosystem is much more than what it is made of more but smaller vessels. 90% of the fish
about 90 percent of the catch ends up as a Vesa Tschernij, Skagen, Denmark, where they are, in essence, becomes a meal for Norwegian farmed salmon. Although it is unlikely that all of the herrings, and the herrings should be sold to people like fiskeristrategen that it is a waste of resources. Dioxin levels (that is to say, the level of persistent organic pollutants) have been declining, and in some parts of the Baltic sea under the EU-level. And there are lots of beneficial omega fatty acids and proteins of the herring and the baltic herring is that the to a greater extent should be the go to food for human consumption, says the Tschernij, and refers to a recent report from the Havsmiljöinstitutet. – There is a place for both large and small boats, but we need to have clarity as to why we catch up to our quota. Inshore fishing and the local fisheries catch potential should always be assured. The rest can go to the other end.
as recently as last month, was observed, once again, the trawlers in the ocean, reported, Update the Journal.
"there is a Risk that it does not is no coastal fishing vessels to remain in Sweden, and the european sprat, herring and cod are dying out," says Vesa Tschernij.
this will affect the fisheries and the marine environment
, the Great vessels were observed in February, again in the sea. At the end of a day, the big trawlers take as much fish as the fishermen make in a year.
in the last year the drug, one of the largest trawlers in the sea for three weeks, up to 1 600 tonnes of the herring, according to the Update Journal. The fish is then shipped to Skagen, denmark, where it is, in essence, becomes a meal for Norwegian farmed salmon.
Stature, has recently ruled that the once every two fishing trawlers that are controlled in Denmark are reporting the wrong information about the amount of fish they consume.
, a Swedish fisherman warns that it's almost the end of the sprat and the baltic herring, which also affects the stocks of cod and the ecosystem as a whole.
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