Fisheries and Aquaculture Research Programme (FAR)
1987, within the framework of European Commission (EC), for 1988-1992. Presumably no longer exists.
Provide scientific basis for the implementation of the common fisheries policy (fisheries management, fishing methods, aquaculture, and upgrading of fishery products), taking into account: implementation of Community policy of conservation and management of fisheries resources; the necessity to facilitate adaptation of Community fleets to the new conditions of fishing; the development of aquaculture production in order to increase overall fish supply in the Community, especially for those species in which the Community has a trade deficit; the need for integration of production and processing to promote optimum utilization of fishery resources and improve quality of products.Available with paid subscription only.
Provides financial support for specific research projects and coordinates research activities at Community level. A total of 128 research projects up to 1992. Most projects expected to be finalized before end 1995.
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- Fish, Reptiles
- Transportation, Telecommunications
- Research, Standards
- Agriculture, Fisheries
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