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Rannvá Danielsen

Rannvá Danielsen
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PhD

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Social-ecological systems dependent on fisheries must be resilient or adapt to remain viable in the face of change. Here, we identified possible interventions (termed “adaptation options”) from published literature, aimed at supporting social or ecological resilience and/or aiding adaptation to changes induced by environmental or social stressors....
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Lost benefits from overfishing and economic inefficiency affect fisheries-dependent economies and communities most, making sound management of the resource vital. There are different approaches to fisheries management. The wealth-based model argues that in fisheries-dependent economies, the policy objective should be to maximise resource rent and r...
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The home fishery in the Faroe Islands has since 1996 been managed predominantly with fishing days. The system has proven ineffective and has led to overfishing, fleet overcapacity, and low profitability in the home fishery. A process of reform began in 2007 when fishing licenses were terminated, effective from January 1, 2018. A fisheries policy re...
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The Faroe Islands have had five different fisheries management regimes for their demersal home fleet between 1948 and 2018: open access; regulated open access; a licensing system; a brief period of individual transferable quotas (ITQ); and, since 1996, an effort quota system, where the main control component comprises fishing days without total all...
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The European Union is aiming to implement an Ecosystem Approach for the management of all human activities in the marine environment, hereunder the fisheries sector. Since the last reform of the Common Fisheries Policy in 2013, several analyses have highlighted the barriers and challenges to this aim. Despite the claim that much of the framework to...

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