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  • Monday, June 14th 2021 - 01:19 UTC

    Lack of regional cooperation on fisheries could have ‘disastrous outcomes’ on Falklands finfish fishery

     Dr Andrea Clausen is the Director of the Falklands' National Resources Department. She has a PhD in Marine Biology from Bangor University

    An independent study of the Falkland Islands finfish fishery has found that lack of international cooperation over fish stocks straddling international boundaries to be one of ‘the most constraining factors to sustainable ecological and economic management of the [Falklands’] finfish fishery,’ adding that ‘it is also likely to have disastrous outcomes; a prediction supported by the current status of many, although not all, of the finfish stocks.’

  • Monday, May 10th 2021 - 06:08 UTC

    Falklands closes first Loligo season earlier; successful catch anticipated

    Dr Clausen explained Loligo are protected by not allowing fishing in the spawning grounds at any time – spatial management

    The Falkland Islands Loligo (Falkland Calamari) fishery, which holds two seasons a year, closed its first season of 2021 early – the northern part of the box on April 14 and the south on April 28, three days before the planned last day of May 1.

  • Saturday, March 6th 2021 - 09:30 UTC

    Falklands: lively debate on the possibility of a salmon farming industry

    Falklands possibility of a salmon farming industry

    The Falklands ocean coastal ecosystems are one of its biggest assets and, “its value is beyond measure,” commented Islander Josh Peck speaking against the introduction of a salmon-farming industry to the Falkland Islands, at last Tuesdays workshop on an environmental strategy held at the Chamber of Commerce, as reported by the Penguin News.

  • Wednesday, February 3rd 2021 - 09:30 UTC

    Falklands strict conditions to ensure “clean” vessels operate in the 2021 fishing season

    Jiggers and Trawlers in Stanley harbor waiting to collect their licenses to begin the fishing season (Pic Mike P. Evans)

    The Falkland Islands government issued a release on Tuesday announcing the “clean” conditions vessels entering territorial waters for the 2021 fishing season must meet, basically a minimum of two weeks quarantining at sea, no Covid-19 cases on board, and no crew members with Covid-19 symptoms.

  • Wednesday, September 16th 2020 - 07:00 UTC

    Islands' Bits and Bobs

    An Intra-Island Invasive Species and Biosecurity Protocol was considered by the Falkland Islands' Environmental Commmittee on September 3.

    As a result of Covid-19 impacts and restrictions the Falkland Islands' Department of Agriculture has redirected surplus funds towards a salary for a third Agricultural Advisor. Director of Natural Resources Andrea Clausen told the Agricultural Advisory Committee that the move had been made in light of the high workload on the current Advisors, particularly with the need to support the investigation of Responsible Wool Handling and of businesses managing a future of lower wool and red meat prices due to uncertainties in the world market, the impact of Covid-19 and Brexit.

  • Friday, September 11th 2020 - 08:48 UTC

    Falklands describes start of second Loligo season this year as “exceptional”

    Director of Natural Resources Dr Andrea Clausen told the Fisheries Committee revealed that some 17,000 tons of Loligo had been taken by August 24.

    The Falkland Islands' second Loligo season this year has had an “exceptional start” the Director of Natural Resources Dr. Andrea Clausen told the Fisheries Committee last Thursday.

  • Friday, June 5th 2020 - 08:20 UTC

    Falklands reports above average catches of Illex squid for 2020

    Falklands Director of Natural Resources Dr Andrea Clausen also reported that a total of 30,000 tons of Loligo was harvested during the first season.

    A total of 62,000 tons of illex squid was taken during the first four months of 2020, which was above the average over the last four years reported the Falklands Islands Director of Natural Resources Dr. Andrea Clausen, at Thursday’s meeting of the Fisheries Committee.

  • Sunday, March 1st 2020 - 13:35 UTC

    Falklands Illex season has assembled some 105 licensed jiggers

    Jiggers at Stanley harbor waiting for their licenses (Pic M.P.Evans)

    The Falkland Islands are expecting some 105 jiggers to take the Illex licenses, which is a “normal” number for the season while preliminary results anticipate an abundant catch. “The usual” 105 jiggers plus one trawler has accepted the Illex license offers, confirmed earlier in the week Director of Natural Resources Dr Andrea Clausen.

  • Saturday, February 29th 2020 - 07:40 UTC

    Falklands' government and fishing companies agree accord to underpin future of the industry

    The Chairman of FIFCA Stuart Wallace, and the Falkland Islands Government Chief Executive, Barry Rowland, sign the Falkland Islands Fishery Accord

    The Falkland Islands Government (FIG) and the Falkland Islands Fishing Companies Association (FIFCA) have agreed an Accord to underpin the future of the industry. The Accord acknowledges that the Falkland Islands has a strong commitment to quality, sustainability and the environment.

  • Thursday, January 23rd 2020 - 19:29 UTC

    Falklands/Argentine fisheries scientific meetings unlikely to take place

    “FIG is still waiting for an official response on the SSC meeting. There was a plan for a January meeting of the SSC and this is now unlikely,” MLA Barkman said

    A UK/Falklands-Argentina meeting of the South Atlantic Scientific Sub-Committee scheduled for January is “unlikely” to take place, the Falklands lawmaker MLA Teslyn Barkman told Penguin News. The prospect of this happening and “taking Britain out of the comfort zone enjoyed” until now, had been advanced by Mercopress.

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