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Press Release Europe's seas: A valuable asset that must be used sustainably
Many of Europe's marine species, habitats and ecosystems have been threatened for decades. As maritime economic activities are predicted to increase in coming years, a new briefing from the European Environment Agency (EEA) argues that the cumulative impact of human activity should be better managed to avoid irreversible damage to ecosystems.
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Figure European Fishing Fleet Capacity: Tonnage 1989-2006
Countries have been grouped into the following categories: EU-15: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, United Kingdom, EFTA: Iceland and Norway EU-7: Estonia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Poland, and Slovenia Bulgaria and Romania
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Figure European Fishing Fleet Capacity: Engine Power 1989-2006
The data available cover the years 1989-2006 for EU-15; 1998-2006 for EFTA countries; and 2004-2006 for NMS countries
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Figure European Fishing Fleet Capacity: Number of vessels 1989-2006
Countries have been grouped into the following categories according to data availability: EU-15: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, United Kingdom EFTA: Iceland and Norway EU-7: Estonia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Poland, and Slovenia, Bulgaria and Romania
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Figure European Fishing Fleet Capacity: Tonnage, 2003
Data availability: 1989-2003 for EU-15; 1989-1992 & 1998-2003 for EFTA; 1989- 1995 for EC; 1992-1995 for BS countries
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Figure European Fishing Fleet Capacity: Engine Power, 2003
Data availability: 1989-2003 for EU-15; 1997-2002 for EFTA countries, no data for EU-10 and AC countries
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Figure European Fishing Fleet Capacity: Number of vessels, 2003
Data availability: Number of vessels 1989-2002 for EU-15; 1989-1992 & 1998-2002 for EFTA; 1989-1995 & 2001 for EU-10; 1992-1995 & 2001 for AC countries.Legend:Countries have been grouped into the following categories: EU-15 (Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Findland, Sweden,United Kingdom), EFTA (Iceland and Norway), EU-10 (new member states: Estonia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Poland, and Slovenia), CC (accession countries: Bulgaria and Romania).
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Figure text/texmacs Fish catches above safe limits
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Figure Fish catches by the EU-27, 1950–2008 (tonnes) for different categories of fish and invertebrates
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Article Fish out of water — marine management in a changing climate
A fisherman's tale: on the night of 6 October 1986 lobster fishermen from the small town of Gilleleje, north of Copenhagen, fishing the Kattegat Sea, found their nets crammed with Norway lobster. Many of the animals were dead or dying. About half were a strange colour.
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