FAD Research Project: Final Results From Community Surveys, Gender Assessment, and Catch and Effort Data Analysis

Lindsay Chapman
Ian Bertram
Brendon Pasisi

The three-year SPC fish aggregating device (FAD) research project ran from mid-2001 to mid-2004, with a six-month extension until the end of 2004. The project was funded through the New Zealand Pacific Initiative for the Environment (PIE), and was implemented in Niue, and Rarotonga and Aitutaki in the Cook Islands. In the last issue of Fisheries Newsletter (#112), the objectives and outputs of the project were presented along with final project activity results, with respect to FAD designs, aggregator designs and FAD costings. This second article summarises the final results of the project in regards to community surveys, gender assessment of fishing activities, and catch and effort data.

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Submitted by Toksave
March 21, 2021
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