Toward A Plan for An integrated Management Process: An Application in the Southern Groundfish Fishery off Chilean Coast Public Deposited

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  • This paper illustrates a case study to identify problems and actions to build the basis for an integrated fishery management plan, considering stakeholders participation. The application was made on the southern complex multispecies groundfish fishery, where operate various scales of production under a right-based fishing system. A multimethological approach (Mingers, 1977) was used and a key question was formulated to relevant actors. Stakeholders were previously submitted to a personality test to achieve successful interaction during workshops. These were planned following different approaches (Ackerman and Eden, 2001), (Delbecq and Van De Ven, 1986), (Jung, 1976), (Sieler, 2007), (Bandler and Grinder, 1975; 1982). This approach built a communication mode (Trujillo, et.al, 2008) allowing confidence and consensus among stakeholders to bring forth a world (Maturana, 1988) to establish nine relevant critical points out of about 500 problems obtained from individual interviews. These were defined as: institutional weaknesses, policy development gaps, fisheries management operational difficulty, weak supervision system, lack of incentives for small-scale fishery efficiency, small-scale fishermen disunity, rights-based fishing system poor designed, lack of a co-management model and fails to incorporate fishery knowledge into the management process. Critical-problems perceived by stakeholders reveal weak governance in the interface science-policy-fishery decision making. Stakeholders questioned fishery viability in the long run. The feasibility of addressing critical-problems and shaping them as building blocks to support the management plan was explored using social game approach (Matus, 2000).
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  • Jimenez-Ibaceta, Claudia, Hector Trujillo-Portales and Rene Cerda-D'Amico. 2010. Toward A Plan for An integrated Management Process: An Application in the Southern Groundfish Fishery off Chilean Coast. In: Proceedings of the Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, July 13-16, 2010, Montpellier, France: Economics of Fish Resources and Aquatic Ecosystems: Balancing Uses, Balancing Costs. Compiled by Ann L. Shriver. International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 2010.
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