Multifunctionnality: sea fishing, shellfish culture activities and durability

Abstract : In the context where striking a balance between safeguarding the resource, rationalisation of economic activity and maintenance of social objectives is more and more difficult, the asseftion of a multifunctionality of sea fishing and shellfish culture would also have, as for agriculture, to allow the continued existence of a significant uumber of entelprises because of the generated complementary incomes and finaucitrg of non commercial services ensuled within this framework. As in agriculture, specific measul'es would make it possible to genelate new activities in order to make them economically viable in the medium term in particular irnprovement of methods of fishing, diversification of the activities arrd enhancement of sea food products.
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Marie Lesueur, Jean-Pierre Boude, Carole Ropars-Collet, Philippe Le Goffe, Stéphane Gouin. Multifunctionnality: sea fishing, shellfish culture activities and durability. IIFET 2006: Rebuilding fisheries in an uncertain environment, Jul 2006, Porthmouth, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-02349926⟩



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