The Worldwide Fund for Nature release a new report entitled “Electronic Monitoring in Fisheries Management”, written by Grant Course of SeaScope Fisheries Research Ltd. The full report is available here: Electronic Monitoring in Fisheries Management
SeaScope completed a project for Seafood Scotland and Seafish last year entitled “Evidence Gathering in Support of Sustainable Scottish Inshore Fisheries” and the report has now been published on the MASTS website at the following link: Evidence Gathering in Support of Scottish Inshore Fisheries
Channel 4 television article on Catch Quota Trials and using Electronic Monitoring with CCTV in UK fisheries. Link: CCTV Monitoring Keeps an Eye on Anything Fishy
BBC News television article on Electronic Monitoring in UK fisheries. Link: CCTV keeps an eye on fishermen
SeaScope recruit two new experts in their field.
- Richard Ayers (formerly of Cefas) joins SeaScope to head up the development section as Data and Systems Integration Manager. Richard will concentrate on developing new electronic monitoring and data capture equipment. If you have any technical project requirements please contact Richard (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Ashley Royston (formerly of Marine Management Organisation) has joined SeaScope as a Research Assistant to undertake field research aboard fishing vessels and to undertake electronic monitoring duties. At MMO Ashley was responsible for delivery of the video review and data processing for the North Sea Catch Quota scheme.
SeaScope awarded four new contracts under the EMFF funded SIFIDS project.View More Projects