Sustainable management of fish stock: An assessment of small-scale fishing in Greece. MPRA
Sustainable management of fish stock: An assessment of small-scale fishing in Greece. MPRA Paper 84730, University Library of Munich, Germany. In common with Roditi K. & Matsiori S. & Vafidis D. (2018).
The aim of this study was to identify the main metiers practiced by gillnet, trammel net and combined net fishery in the Kalymnos Island. The catch was obtained every 15 days of the small-scale fleet for the period from February 2013 to May 2014 by interviews during unloading. A total 315 fishing operations were recorded. Multivariate analysis applied to either species landings composition or economic revenue. The most important metiers identified were those B. boops with gillnet, intense fishing activity during December-February and mesh size 26 mm, metier which targeting S. porcus and S. officinalis with fishing gear trammel net, intense fishing activity during April-May and mesh size 26 mm. Both of these metiers appeared high produce and income. The results of this study confirm the multi-species natural of small-scale fishing and fishing activity in the area of Kalymnos specific difference from the other area in Greece.