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2011, February

GFCM Studies & Review No. 90

SIndicators for the sustainable development of finfish Mediterranean aquaculture: highlights from the InDAM Project.
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The document “Indicators for the sustainable development of finfish Mediterranean aquaculture: highlights from the InDAM Project” reports the activities carried out during the first year of the InDAM Project “Indicators for Sustainable Development of Aquaculture and Guidelines for their use in the Mediterranean”, in support to the GFCM CAQ Working Group on Sustainability in Aquaculture (WGSA). The project focuses on the practical use of the indicators for sustainable aquaculture and their adaptation to the Mediterranean Region. The methodology applied for the identification of the preliminary list of indicators was based on the PCI (Principles, Criteria and Indicators) approach and took into consideration the main outcomes and achievements of the recent projects carried out in the Mediterranean on the identification of indicators for sustainable aquaculture. The document also reports the results of the workshop on the “Selection of indicators for the sustainable development of aquaculture in the Mediterranean Sea” (27-28 November 2008, Montpellier, France), the expert meeting on “Indicators for the sustainable development of aquaculture in the Mediterranean Sea” (24-26 February 2009, Montpellier, France) and the workshop on “Guidelines and application of indicators for sustainable development of aquaculture” (19-20 November 2009, Salammbô, Tunisia), with recommendations given by the WGSA. The two pilot studies on the selection and evaluation of the indicators for aquaculture sustainable development carried out in Mugla, Turkey, and Monastir, Tunisia, are described. The report also includes a series of documents gathered and produced by the experts involved in InDAM activities.


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