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Territorial Use Rights in Marine Fisheries

Definitions and Conditions

by Francis T., Jr. Christy

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Published by Food & Agriculture Org .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishery Law And Legislation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12899182M
    ISBN 109251012695
    ISBN 109789251012697

    From Seascapes of extinction to seascapes of confidence. Territorial Use Rights in Fisheries in Chile: El Quisco and Puerto Oscuro by Gloria Gallardo Fernandés is an important contribution to our understanding of the multifaceted challenges underlying sustainable solutions to ecological fisheries, the book describes how, in Chile, indiscriminate harvest of the edible shellfish Cited by:   Common property resources (CPR) tend to be particularly susceptible to depletion and degredation. This creates problems for sustainable development and for resource stewardship in general since many of the key global resources are common property. The article explores the different definitions of CPR and the traps associated with the harvesting of CPR Cited by:

      1. Introduction. The adoption of Territorial User Rights in Fisheries (TURFs) within small-scale fisheries in Chile are shown worldwide as an example of success (Castilla et al. ), apparently improving the social-ecological system’s sustainability (Gelcich et al. ).Nevertheless, also problems regarding economic results and compliance are mentioned . Get this from a library! Handbook of marine fisheries conservation and management. [R Quentin Grafton;] -- "This handbook is the most comprehensive and interdisciplinary work on marine conservation and fisheries management ever compiled. It is the first to bridge fisheries and marine conservation issues.

    These concessions or territorial use rights are awarded annually by the resource owner (the municipality) to the highest bidder. In the case of milkfish fry gathering, the concessionaire assumes monopsonist rights of first purchase from fry gatherers. Another rights-based system is the harvester cooperative that grants access rights to a group. Unlike these species-based rights systems, territorial use rights fisheries, known as TURFs, are place-based, allocating some or all resources within a .


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Territorial Use Rights in Marine Fisheries by Francis T., Jr. Christy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Territorial Use Rights in Fisheries A territorial use right in fisheries can remove, to a greater or lesser extent, the condition of common property. It is important to emphasize that this can only be done to a certain degree in the marine environment and that TURFs provide for relative rather than absolute controls.

Territorial use rights in fisheries (TURFs) are a management tool used to address the open access issue in fisheries, by providing use rights to individuals, communities, or corporations.

Territorial use rights in fisheries (TURFs) are coastal territories assigned to fishermen for the exclusive extraction of marine resources.

TERRITORIAL USE RIGHTS IN FISHERIES to the family Labridae was restricted to 3–7 inch fish for rearing as food fish in cages.

The ordinance requires the shipper to obtain a Certificate of Origin from the local Barangay Captain that states fish were collected and/or cultured without the use of cyanide or other destructive fishing methods.

Territorial use rights in fisheries (TURFs) have existed for centuries. They are widely available for sedentary resources. In addition, however, they have appeared in a number of marine fisheries in traditional communities and are also being acquired, legally or extra-legally, for such techniques as floating fish aggregation devices and other forms of fixed gear.

Territorial use rights in fisheries (TURFs) have been known to exist for centuries. Traditionally they have emerged (and some are still maintained) where certain conditions permit relatively easy acquisition and defence of exclusive rights.

Sedentary resources such as oysters, mussels, and seaweeds have long been subject to property rights. Finally, there must be laws and institutions that permit governments to exercise the necessary authority and that support the protection and maintenance of the use rights.

Summary. In summary, there are several different and important conditions that affect the creation and maintenance of localized territorial use rights in marine fisheries. The study also highlights rights-based systems such as Territorial Use Rights in Fisheries (TURF) might only be applied for the exploitation of sedentary resources, such as clams.

A Territorial Use Right for Fishing or “TURF” is an area-based fishery management approach in which groups, or in rare cases individuals, are granted secure exclusive privileges to fish. Smith, I.R. and T. Panayotou, Territorial use rights and economic efficiency: the case of the Philippine fishing concessions.

FAO() p. French and Spanish versions in preparation. Currently, area-based management systems take the form of Territorial Use Rights for Fisheries (TURFs).

TURFs are operated as a spatial form of property rights in which individuals or a group of fishers are granted access privileges and fishing rights to exploit fisheries resources within a designated area. TURFs have been seen as necessary to tackling the problem of Cited by: Territorial Use Rights in Fisheries (TURFs) are gaining renewed attention as a potential tool for sustainable fisheries management in small-scale fisheries.

This growing popularity comes despite the fact that there are still unresolved questions about the most effective TURF by: 4. Territorial Use Rights for Fisheries (TURFs): State of the art, and the road ahead Article in Marine Policy January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Territorial Use Rights for Fisheries (TURFs) is a fishery management approach that aligns fishers’ incentives with sustainability, while marine reserves have proven effective for ecosystem protection, and in some cases for fishery enhancement.

These two management approaches are often used in isolation, Cited by: Fisheries Research, 14 () Eisevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Acceptability of territorial use rights in fisheries: towards community-based management of small- scale fisheries in the Philippines Susana V.

Siar1, Renato F. Agbayani'* and Jaime B. Valera1' ^Aquaculture by: Territorial Use Rights in Fisheries (TURFs) are a widely implemented management strategy that gives individuals or communities exclusive access to marine resources within a specific area.

This strategy is capable of providing fishers with incentives to harvest sustainably. The acronym "TURFs" originated with Francis T. Christy in Territorial Use Rights in Marine Fisheries: Definitions and Conditions, Fisheries Technical Paper no.

(Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization, ). It is used here in the broad sense of a set of exclusive rights to use the resources contained within defined marine boundaries. — b. Territorial use rights in fisheries. In FAO papers presented at the Expert Consultation on the Regulation of Fishing Effort, Rome (7–26 January ).

FAO Fisheries Report No, suppl. Google ScholarCited by: The study also revealed convincing evidence that self-motivated MPA management practice by fishers under the Territorial Use Rights for Fisheries (TURFs), in conjunction with other mixed management systems such as Satoumi, could lead to flexible and long-term efforts for improving food security, livelihoods, and the marine environment.

This study highlights the importance of Cited by: 7. ABSTRACT: Territorial use rights in fisheries (TURFs) can be an effective tool for the management of coastal resources, and interest in their use is increasing around the world.

However, there is little guidance on how to design by: 2. West African Coastal Fisheries; Coastal Fisheries in India: current scenario, contradictions and community responses; Japaneses Coastal Fisheries; Property Rights in Icelandic Fisheries; Economic Instruments in the OECD Fisheries: Issues and implementation; The Chilean Experience with Territorial Use Rights in Fisheries; This handbook is the most comprehensive and interdisciplinary work on marine conservation and fisheries management ever compiled.

It is the first to bridge fisheries and marine conservation issues. Its innovative ideas, detailed case studies, and governance framework provide a global special perspective over time and treat problems in the high seas, community fisheries. Territorial Use Rights for Fisheries (TURFs) is a fishery management approach that aligns fishers’ incentives with sustainability, while marine reserves have proven effective for ecosystem protection, and in some cases for fishery enhancement.