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Dutch Demersal North Sea Fisheries : Initialallocation of Flatfish Itqs

By Smit, W.

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Title: Dutch Demersal North Sea Fisheries : Initialallocation of Flatfish Itqs  
Author: Smit, W.
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. FAO agriculture series, Agriculture
Collections: United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization Collection
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Publisher: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Digitizer: Fao

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Nutrition Reference Publication

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Excerpt: In 1974, the year preceding the allocation of quotas, the Dutch demersal North Sea fishery (in the Netherlands known as ?kottervisserij? = cutter fishery) was carried out by a fleet of 610 vessels (Smit et al. 1995), mostly owned by single-vessel family companies, but in a number of cases by firms owning two to four vessels, but still family companies. The vessels varied much in size and in the combinations of gear used. Figure 1 gives an insight into the development of the demersal fleet from 1965 to 1975. The 1975 figures are added because fleet structure in that year was still more influenced by investment and replacement decisions taken earlier, than by the quota system. The investment boom just prior to, and during, the introduction of quotas is clear, not in terms of numbers of vessels, but in terms of total engine power. In 1975 this power exceeded two times the level of 1965. Noteworthy is the increase in employment, being in line with the number of vessels, but not with total enginepower: although bigger vessels have larger crews than the smaller ones, it meant that the average number of crew for each vessel-type tended to decrease.

 

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