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presentatie gehouden op 17 mei door ton ijlstra inzake het fimpas project

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  • 1. 3 rd Meeting with Ices (Hans Lassen) on the Fimpas project on May 18, 2009 in Dorint Hotel Schiphol Oost (Nl)
  • 2. Agenda for the meeting of May 18, 2009
    • Start at: 11.00 h / Agreement on the agenda
    • Brief introduction by Ton IJlstra
    • Discussion of the proposed text for the agreement
    • Lunch at: 12.30 h 13.30 h
    • Continuation of the morning session
    • Discussion of institutional issues:
      • Organisation of the proposed steering group
      • Organisation of the kick off meeting (signature and so on)
      • Organisation of the website
      • Summary of the proposed actions
    • Closure of the meeting: 15.30 h
  • 3. Issues to be discussed
    • Project scope
    • Concept: Organisation and planning of the workshopswithin Ices
    • Planning of other events
    • Validation
    • Cooperation with other (flag-)states
    • Availability of information (website)
  • 4. Scoping the project – jointly by ICES and Netherlands
    • The following topics shall be discussed and agreed upon
        • Identification of stakeholders and their individual roles (Netherlands)
        • The ICES process with workshops and review (ICES)
        • The Dutch process after the advice has been delivered (Netherlands)
        • Involvement of other countries in the project (ICES and Netherlands)
        • Defining the data requirements (ICES)
  • 5. Workshops
    • Workshop 1:
        • Specification of relevant documentation and data that shall be considered in formulating advice (ICES through a workshop with stakeholders).
        • Compiling and processing the information. This phase is not necessarily an ICES task but could be done by IMARES, CEFAS, DTU-Aqua, etc or a consulting firm.
    • Product: comprehensive data compilation report, summary data shall be accessible on MS ACCESS database or in a similar form?
  • 6. Preparation workshop 1 by Imares et al. Prestructuring data Analysis of gaps Data on fishing intensity Workshop 1: ICES: Assess the data Indicates additional work
  • 7. Workshops
    • Workshop 2:
    • Assessing the impact on the designated areas
        • Analysis on the basis of the compiled workshop 1 report prepared by Imares et al.
        • Maps of temporal and spatial aspects of conservation targets and the presence of fishing vessels
        • Analysis of fishing methods used in the designated sites
        • Additional work
  • 8. Preparation workshop 2 by Imares et al. Homework 1 st ws Confront fishing data + Conservation targets Assessment of pressures Workshop 2: ICES: Assess the impact
  • 9. Workshops
    • Workshop 3:
      • Consideration of management actions to meet conservation objectives
        • Stakeholder workshop
        • Prepared by Imares et al.
  • 10. Preparation workshop 3 by Imares et al. Homework 2nd ws Relate pressures to management options and conservation targets Proposal of solution Workshop 3: Ices: Management Options
  • 11. Preparation End report by ICES + Presentation concluding Event (+ Nl) Netherlands prepare the endreport to Submit to EC
  • 12. Miscellaneous
    • Planning of other events: mid-term event and the concluding event
    • Validation: ?
    • Cooperation with other (flag-)states
    • Availability of information (website)
  • 13. Documents to be developed
    • Fimpas contract
    • Planning
    • Report on conservation targets
    • Preparation and planning of workshops
  • 14. Conclusions and actions 1