Deep Sea Conference Reports
Final Report (513 KB)
The report describes (a) the reasons for the undertaking of DEEP SEA 2003, An International Conference on Governance and Management of Deep-Sea Fisheries, that was held in Queenstown, New Zealand from 30 November to 5 December 2003, (b) its agenda and structure, (c) the main conclusions of the Conference and (d), a prognoses for the future of deep-sea fisheries as seen by a selected group of expert participants.
Conference Programme (92 KB)
Programme for the Deepsea Conference 2003.
Interim Report (345 KB)
Deepsea 2003 was held in Queenstown, New Zealand, from 1–5 December 2003, following a series of pre-conference workshops in Dunedin. The conference delegates represented a broad cross section of expertise with individuals from almost 40 countries attending. The conference programme was specifically developed to allow for the coordination of research and management efforts targeted at deepsea fisheries, and in this regard the conference was very successful.
COFI Conference Report 4 March 2005
The report summarises key outcomes of DEEP SEA 2003, An International Conference on Governance and...More...
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