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Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries and International Council for Exploration of Seas (ICES). Scoping for impact assessments for Baltic cod and evaluation of Cod in Kattegat, North Sea, West of Scotland and Irish Sea (STECF-11-02)
European Commission; Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF); JRC; Simmonds, E.J. (2011). Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries and International Council for Exploration of Seas (ICES). Scoping for impact assessments for Baltic cod and evaluation of Cod in Kattegat, North Sea, West of Scotland and Irish Sea (STECF-11-02). JRC Scientific and Technical Reports. Publications Office of the European Union: Luxembourg. ISBN 978-92-79-20194-3. 70 pp. https://dx.doi.org/10.2788/18099
Deel van: JRC Scientific and Technical Reports. Publications Office of the European Union: Luxembourg. ISSN 1018-5593; e-ISSN 1831-9424, meer

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Abstract
    This report (joint STECF/ICES) is one of two reports to the STECF of EWG 11-01 of the STECF Expert Working Group on management plans, (28 February to 4 March 2011) and provides preparatory information for Impact Assessment report on the Baltic cod fisheries and for Evaluations of multi-annual plans for cod in Kattegat, North Sea, West of Scotland and Irish Sea. It describes the work proposals to be completed before the meeting EWG 11-07 on management plans. The report has been endorsed by the STECF during its 36th plenum in April 2011.

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