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MSC 漁業審査規準を用いたスケトウダラ太平洋系群を対象とする漁業の持続可能性の評価

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Title: MSC 漁業審査規準を用いたスケトウダラ太平洋系群を対象とする漁業の持続可能性の評価
Other Titles: Evaluation of the Sustainability on the Walleye Pollock Fishery off Pacific Coast of Hokkaido by using the MSC Fishery Standard
Authors: 福武, 千尋1 Browse this author
松石, 隆2 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
永野, 一郎3 Browse this author
Authors(alt): FUKUTAKE, Chihiro1
NAGANO, Ichiro3
Keywords: MSC
Sustainable fishery
Walleye Pollock
Issue Date: 15-Dec-2014
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院水産科学研究院
Journal Title: 北海道大学水産科学研究彙報
Journal Title(alt): Bulletin of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University
Volume: 64
Issue: 3
Start Page: 83
End Page: 87
Abstract: To evaluate and improve the sustainability of Walleye Pollock fisheries for the Pacific stock according to the global standard, the fisheries is evaluated by MSC Fishery Standard which is a globally recognized requirements for an eco-label certification of sustainable fishery published by the Marine Stewardship Counsil. MSC Certification Requirements were used which describes the scoring of 31 performance indicators (PI) grouped to three principles, (1) stock assessment, (2) ecological consideration, and (3) fishery management. For the certification, all score should be over 60, and the average score for each principles should be over 80. The evaluation was carefully conducted by two researchers independently based on the disclosed information. As a result, the total average score was 78.3, and the average score for each principle was (1) 92.5, (2) 69.0, (3) 84.4. The scores of the 4 PIs in principle 2 were under 60. Thus, the fisheries of the Walleye Pollock Pacific stock does not meet the requirements as sustainable fishery as the current condition according to the MSC standards. The main cause for the low score is the lack of the monitoring of the otter trawl fishery on the damage to the sea bed, and on the by-catch. An observers program would improve the sustainability of the fisheries.
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