Fishery systems. A historical perspective



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BEHAVIOUR IN SOCIAL DILEMMAS: TOWARD SUSTAINABLE

FISHERY SYSTEMS.

A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
9TH CONFERENCE OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC FISHERIES HISTORY ASSOCIATION (NAFHA)


ORGANIZATION


Inês Amorim (IHM-UP - Institute of Modern History of the University of Porto)

Álvaro Garrido (Director of the Maritime Museum of Ílhavo)



SPONSORS


Câmara Municipal de Ílhavo

DH (Departamento de História da FLUP)

Direcção Geral das Pescas e Aquicultura

FCT (Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia)

IHM-UP, Instituto de História Moderna da Universidade do Porto

Museu Marítimo de Ílhavo


Porto / Aveiro / Ílhavo

2005

BEHAVIOUR IN SOCIAL DILEMMAS: TOWARD SUSTAINABLE FISHERY SYSTEMS - A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

The 9th International Conference of the NORTH ATLANTIC FISHERIES HISTORY ASSOCIATION (NAFHA) on BEHAVIOUR IN SOCIAL DILEMMAS, TOWARD SUSTAINABLE FISHERY SYSTEMS - A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE, will be held in Porto/Aveiro/Ílhavo, Portugal, from 5 to 8 December 2005.

The congress is to be held at a crisis moment for the Portuguese fisheries. Notwithstanding this sector has played an important role in the country’s economy since 11th century and from the 16th century on in Newfoundland.

The two fishing ports of Aveiro and Ílhavo developed a small industry in the 16th century and again at the turn of the 19th to the 20th century as a result of the strong increase they experienced in their fishing activity.

These two ports share some typical Portuguese features, such as: fishermen moving from river to coastal fishing (from the Ria de Aveiro to the Portuguese and the Northwest Spanish coast) and to deep sea fishing as far as Greenland and Newfoundland in the 16th century and currently to northern Europe working for other European fleets.

They have the potentialities to become the future ports for the fishing industry as designed by the research in biotechnology and the research in the constitution of fishing enterprises carried out by the University of Aveiro.

The memories of the local communities have been preserved in museum collections (Salt Eco-museum and Maritime Museum in Ílhavo), enabling the reconstitution of fishing activities as well as related industries (salt and shipbuilding industries).

Therefore this is a good reason for researchers in History, Geography and Anthropology from Europe and North America to attend a meeting to discuss the influence of Portuguese fisheries in the establishment of the north Atlantic fishery routes.



CONFERENCE GOALS

The conference will seek to provide historical perspectives on key issues arising from changing and declining fisheries and fishery industries in many countries of the North Atlantic, including the host country. It has become standard to assert that solutions to these issues will require a multidisciplinary approach of biology, ecology and social sciences, notably economics and anthropology.

However, history and historians also have a role to play in clarifying human and environmental factors in the evolution of the various fisheries and fishery industries, and in examining the behaviours of the different participants, especially fishermen and scientists. We welcome papers that recognize the challenges of reconciling commercial exploitation of the seas and the sustainability of marine biodiversity.

Other possible topics include:



  1. Fisheries science (origins, nature, structure and practice)

  2. Indicators of sustainability (ecological, socio-economic and institutional)

  3. Fishery conflicts and the co-management approach (custom, management rights and exploitation)

  4. Consumer preferences and the impact of development and management policies

  5. Maritime heritage



KEYWORDS

fishery conflicts; environmental history; maritime heritage; consumer and markets; science and fisheries




PROGRAMME




5TH DECEMBER/PORTO

OPENING SESSION

Chairman: John Thór

(10.00)


John Thór - The Nafha Project - a contribution to an urgent history of a “lost world”?

Inês Amorim/Álvaro Garrido - The opportunity of a “Portuguese Fishery History Project”

. Round Table - An overview around the present historiography on fisheries - an evaluation

. Lunch
1ST SESSION - Fisheries science (origins, nature, structure and practice)



Chairman: Daniel Thorleifsen

(14.30)


Inês Amorim - "The biologic complex" - an enlightened perspective at the end of the 18th century

Henrique Souto e Luís Martins - Beyond the scientific experience, 1900-1950

. Discussion
2ND SESSION - Indicators of sustainability (ecological, socio-economic and institutional)

Chairman: Daniel Thorleifsen

(16.30)


Amândio Barros - Portuguese harbours and cod fishery in the 16th century

Alf Nielsen - Sami Fisheries in the Archipelago of Lofoten, North Norway

Marianne Eldorhagen - The king crabs in Norway. Regulations of a resource and a threat

. Discussion


MEETING

. NAFHA Committee



6TH DECEMBER/PORTO

3RD SESSION - Fishery conflicts and the co-management approach (custom, management rights and exploitation)

Chairman: Alf Nielsen

(9.30)


Ernesto Lopez - Environment, Society and Fisheries. An Approach to the Spanish Experience since the 19th Century

Peter Pope - The Admiral System as Conflict Management, in the Transatlantic Migratory Fisheries, 1500-1800

Capitão José Paulo Viera da Silva - The Iberian Fishery on the Grand Banks. Historical Perspectives on the Changing and Declining Fisheries

. Discussion

. Lunch
4TH SESSION - Consumer preferences and the impact of development and management policies

Chairman: David Starkey

(14.30)


Nils Kolle- The history of NEAFC, North East Atlantic Fishery Commission

Álvaro Garrido - The Portuguese New State and the multilateral management of cod fisheries. Portugal and the ICNAF (1948-1974)

. Discussion
CONCLUSIONS - Development of a programme for a comparative history of Northern and Mediterranean Fisheries

Chairman: William (Bill) Leavenworth
7TH DECEMBER - PORTO/AVEIRO/ÍLHAVO

A TRIP AROUND FISHING COMMUNITIES - from artisans to industry fisheries: four centuries in one tour (the coastline between Porto and Aveiro/Ílhavo)

(09.00)


. Leave Porto

. Visit to the Maritime Centre of Aguda (ELA - Estação Litoral da Aguda)

. Lunch at Torreira

. Visit to S. André Ship Museum - Ílhavo

. Visit to a modern fish industry “Pascoal e Filhos, Lda” at Gafanha da Nazaré - Ílhavo


NAFHA DINNER - Ílhavo

8 TH DECEMBER/ÍLHAVO

VISIT TRIP

(11.00)


. Visit to the Maritime Museum of Ílhavo

. Lunch
ROUND TABLE - Environmental History of Fisheries and maritime heritage - the museum’s role and the “return to the sea” in the program of the Commission of the Oceans



Chairman: Álvaro Garrido

(15.00)


Mário Ruivo (Portugal) - President of the Intersectorial Oceanographic Committee of Unesco (COI)

Eurico Monteiro (Portugal) - Director of the Portuguese Fisheries Department

John Thor (Iceland) - President of NAFHA

Jaume Badias (Girona, Spain) - Museo de Pesca de Palamós y Càtedra de Estudios Maritimos de la Universidad de Girona en Palamós

Alf Nielssen (Norway) - Committee of NAFHA

David Starkey (England) - Committee of NAFHA



CONCLUSIONS - of the 9TH CONFERENCE OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC FISHERIES HISTORY ASSOCIATION



Catálogo: flup
flup -> Programa 16 de Novembro de 2006
flup -> Iv colóquio Jushumanista Internacional ensino do direito e funçÃo dos juristas
flup -> Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto a pintura mural: técnicas de execução, causas de alteração e processos de conservação a pintura a fresco em Portugal. Março de 2006
flup -> Salt “A articulação do sal português aos circuitos mundiais – antigos e novos consumos”
flup -> Faculdade de letras universidade do porto
flup -> Dia 19 abril (2ª feira) 10. 30 horas Actuação da Tuna Masculina da flup (cuca) – Anfiteatro Exterior
flup -> Programa dia 7 de fevereiro
flup -> F. L. U. P., Sala de Reuniões 6ª feira, 23 de Março
flup -> Programa 5ª feira, 30 de Setembro
flup -> Grande Final das Olimpíadas de História Marquem presença na grande final das I olimpíadas de História


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