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Environmental effects of cockle dredging (desk study) - AE0707

Description
R&D Summary objective:- To review the information available on the environmental effects of cockle dredging and to make recommendations for the future sustainable management of cockle fisheries and identify areas that require further work. Key customer purpose:- To provide an independent framework that will allow the fishery and conservation bodies to agree policies for managing cockle fiheries in the best inerests of both.
Objective
1) Review the information available on the environmental effects of cockle dredging. 2) Based on (1) above, make recommendations for the future effective/sustainable management of cockle fisheries. 3) Identify areas of work that need to be addressed so providing information for (2) above. 4) Produce a report detailing the findings of the review, recommendations and suggestions for further research.
Project Documents
• Final Report : AE0707   (19k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 1995

To: 1995

Cost: £9,762
Contractor / Funded Organisations
University of Wales, Bangor
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Fields of Study
Environmental Protection - Marine