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PostSubject: Europe-wide studies into cormorant-fishery conflicts published   Europe-wide studies into cormorant-fishery conflicts published EmptyMon Sep 30, 2013 7:32 pm

Findings from a major Europe-wide study into cormorant-fishery conflicts were published this week, providing one of the most detailed ecological and socio-economic investigations of these fish-eating birds, their impacts and implications for their management.

Cormorant numbers across Europe have been increasing, particularly within the last three decades, for a range of reasons including protection from persecution, the effect of improved food sources, for example as a result of nutrient enrichment and fish farms, and changes in pollution levels.

However, the enlarged cormorant populations have led to significant conflicts in many parts of Europe with recreational and commercial fisheries, and fish farms. For this reason, an interdisciplinary network of almost 70 researchers from 30 countries contributed to the ‘INTERCAFE: Interdisciplinary Initiative to Reduce Pan-European Cormorant-Fisheries Conflicts’ project which was funded through the EU COST Action programme.

INTERCAFE was chaired by David Carss, a vertebrate ecologist from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH), and drew together researchers from a number of disciplines, including bird-related and broader ecology disciplines, fisheries science and management, sociology, social anthropology and international law, together with experts on fisheries production, harvest and management, local interest groups and international policy-makers.

More: http://www.ceh.ac.uk/news/news_archive/cormorant-fishery-conflicts-europe-study_2013_57.html

INTERCAFE final reports: http://www.intercafeproject.net/COST.html

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