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  • Ceriola, L., Accadia, P., Mannini, P., Massa, F., Milone, N. & Ungaro, N. 2008. A bio‐economic indicators suite for the appraisal of the demersal trawl fishery in the Southern Adriatic Sea (Central Mediterranean). Fisheries Research 92 (2008), 255–267
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  • Dalkey, N. and Helmer O. 1963. "An Experimental Application of the Delphi Method to the use of experts". Management Science. 9 (3): 458–467.
  • European Commission. 2012. CONSENSUS Final Report - CONSENSUS (Multi-stakeholder platform for sustainable aquaculture in Europe)
  • European Commission. 2012. Blue Growth. Opportunities for marine and maritime sustainable growth.
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  • FAO. 1999. Indicators for sustainable development of marine capture fisheries. FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries. No. 8. Rome, FAO. 68 pp
  • FAO. 2010. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) (2010), ‘Aquaculture development. Ecosystem approach to aquaculture’, FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries No. 5, Suppl. 4, Rome, FAO.
  • FAO. 2011. Indicators for the sustainable development of finfish Mediterranean aquaculture: highlights from the InDAM Project Studies and Reviews. General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. No. 90 Rome, FAO. 2011: 218p.
  • FAO. 2015. Achieving Blue Growth through implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, available at: http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/user_upload/newsroom/docs/BlueGrowth_LR.pdf
  • FAO. 2016. The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2016. Contributing to food security and nutrition for all. Rome. 200 pp.
  • FAO. 2012. Report of the thirty-sixth session of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM). Marrakech, Morocco, 14–19 May 2012. GFCM Report. No. 36. Rome, Italy. 71 pp. http://www.fao.org/3/a-i3086e.pdf
  • FAO. 2018. Report of the forty-first session of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM), Budva, Montenegro, 16–20 October 2017. GFCM Report No. 41. Rome, Italy
  • Fezzardi D., Massa F., Àvila‐Zaragoza P., Rad F., Yücel‐Gier G., Deniz H., Hadj Ali Salem M., Hamza H.A., Ben Salem S. 2013. Indicators for sustainable aquaculture in Mediterranean and Black Sea countries. Guide for the use of indicators to monitor sustainable development of aquaculture. Studies and Reviews. General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. No. 93. Rome, FAO 2013. 60 p.
  • FOESA. 2010. Defining sustainability indicators for Mediterranean Aquaculture. FOESA, Madrid, Spain. 152 pp.
  • FOESA. 2011. Sustainability indicators for aquaculture sea cages in the Mediterranean. FOESA, Madrid, Spain. 116 pp.
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  • GFCM. 2012. Resolution GFCM/36/2012/1 on guidelines on Allocated Zones for Aquaculture (AZA).
  • Hishamunda, N., Ridler, N. & Martone, E. 2014. Policy and governance in aquaculture: lessons learned and way forward. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper No. 577. Rome, FAO. 59 pp. available at: http://www.fao.org/3/a-i3156e.pdf.
  • Madec, P. 2003. Les indicateurs de développement durable. INRA‐University of Montpellier II. 118 pp.
  • Massa, F. 2011. Some Key Aspects Related to the Social Dimension of Aquaculture. Indicadores de sostenibilidad para viveros flotantes en la acuicultura marina Mediterránea. FOESA, Madrid, España. 116 páginas. pp 40-42
  • Massa, F., Onofri, L., & Fezzardi, D. 2017. ‘Aquaculture in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea: a Blue Growth perspective’, In: Economics and Management of Sustainable Ocean (pp 93-123), edited by Paulo A.L.D. Nunes, Lisa Emelia Svensson, Anil Markandya. UNEP. Edward Elgar Publishing Inc. pp 576
  • Mathé, S., Rey-Valette, H., and Chia, E. 2011. Key issue and some postulates concerning the use of indicators for sustainable development: the example of aquaculture (pp 75-83). In GFCM, Indicators for the sustainable development of finfish Mediterranean aquaculture: highlights from the InDAM Project. Studies and Reviews. General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. No. 90 Rome, FAO.2011: 218p.
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  • Pullin R.S.V., Froese R., Pauly D. (2007) Indicators for the Sustainability of Aquaculture. (pp 53 – 72) In: Bert T.M. (eds) Ecological and Genetic Implications of Aquaculture Activities. Methods and Technologies in Fish Biology and Fisheries, vol 6. Springer, DordrechtRey-Valette, H., Laloë, F et Le Fur, J., 2007. Introduction to the key issue concerning the use of sustainable development indicators. International Journal of Sustainable Development, 10: 4-13.
  • Rey-Valette, H., Clement, O., Aubin, J., Mathé, S., Chia, E., Legendre, M., Caruso, D., Mikolasek, O., Blancheton, J.P., Slembrouck, J., Baruthio, A., Rene, F., Levang, P. & Morissens, P. 2008. Guide to the co-construction of sustainable development indicators in aquaculture. EVAD project, Cirad, Montpellier (France), 144 p.
  • Volpe, J.P., M. Beck, V. Ethier, J. Gee, A. Wilson. 2010. Global Aquaculture Performance Index. University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean

Yıl 2020, Cilt 3, Sayı 2, 62 - 74, 31.05.2020

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Aquaculture sustainability builds upon its environmental, economic, sociological and governance dimensions and although the recent global interest in aquaculture sustainability has arisen due to the rapid expansion of the sector, lack of consensus and diverging conflicts among stakeholders have often compromised and lessen the achievement of real actions to ensure the sustainable development of aquaculture. The use of indicators in aquaculture is considered one of the most appropriate tools to monitor and assess the growth of sustainable aquaculture activities. In this study, we present the main outcomes of a broad project implemented by the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) called “Indicators for the sustainable development of aquaculture and guidelines for their use in the Mediterranean” (2008-2015), with emphasis on the relevance of the process that – in the areas of several Mediterranean riparian countries – has led to the selection and identification of a pool of indicators for monitoring the sustainable aquaculture development from an initial regional reference system of 156 indicators. The development of case studies at the local level based on PCI approach (Principles-Criteria- Indicators) has allowed among other things to identify the main steps that were necessary to build local consensus on the selection, implementation and performance assessment of aquaculture indicators, with the involvement of key stakeholders. In the case studies, the 156 selected indicators and related criteria were ranked by the local stakeholders based on their perception and understanding the local priorities at the time of the case studies to achieve the sustainable development of aquaculture in each area. Based on the importance of the criteria by the stakeholders, we studied the order of relevance assigned to the indicators for one of each of the four pillar of aquaculture sustainability (governance, social, economic and environmental). Several direct and indirect positive effects deriving from the implementation of aquaculture indicators are presented. Furthermore, the work carried out highlighted also that the identification and use of indicators and criteria applied is an evolving process reflecting the dynamic status of aquaculture development and the perception of its sustainability at the time in which the indicators are identified. The work was carried out consistently with the participatory approach principles and focusing on the criteria associated to the social acceptability of aquaculture considered an integral part of sustainability.

Kaynakça

  • Barazi-Yeroulanos, L. 2010. ‘Synthesis of Mediterranean marine finfish aquaculture – a marketing and promotion strategy’y Studies and Reviews No 88, General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean, FAO, Rome.
  • Caffey, R.H., Kazmierczak Jr, R.F. and Avault, J.W., 2000. Developing consensus indicators of sustainability for Southeastern United States aquaculture.
  • Ceriola, L., Accadia, P., Mannini, P., Massa, F., Milone, N. & Ungaro, N. 2008. A bio‐economic indicators suite for the appraisal of the demersal trawl fishery in the Southern Adriatic Sea (Central Mediterranean). Fisheries Research 92 (2008), 255–267
  • Chia, E. 2010. Socio‐territorial indicators. Role of the creation of social indicators in establishing sustainable development. In FOESA. Defining sustainability indicators for Mediterranean Aquaculture. Madrid, Spain, FOESA. 152 pp.
  • Chia, E., Rey-Valette Hélène and Mathé Syndhia. 2011. Aquaculture sustainable development and governance system (pp. 84-98). In GFCM, Indicators for the sustainable development of finfish Mediterranean aquaculture: highlights from the InDAM Project. Studies and Reviews. General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. No. 90 Rome, FAO.2011: 218p.
  • Dalkey, N. and Helmer O. 1963. "An Experimental Application of the Delphi Method to the use of experts". Management Science. 9 (3): 458–467.
  • European Commission. 2012. CONSENSUS Final Report - CONSENSUS (Multi-stakeholder platform for sustainable aquaculture in Europe)
  • European Commission. 2012. Blue Growth. Opportunities for marine and maritime sustainable growth.
  • FAO. 1995. Code of the Conduct for Responsible Fisheries. Rome, FAO. 41p.FAO. 1997. Aquaculture development. FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries. No. 5. Rome, FAO. 40 pp.
  • FAO. 1999. Indicators for sustainable development of marine capture fisheries. FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries. No. 8. Rome, FAO. 68 pp
  • FAO. 2010. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) (2010), ‘Aquaculture development. Ecosystem approach to aquaculture’, FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries No. 5, Suppl. 4, Rome, FAO.
  • FAO. 2011. Indicators for the sustainable development of finfish Mediterranean aquaculture: highlights from the InDAM Project Studies and Reviews. General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. No. 90 Rome, FAO. 2011: 218p.
  • FAO. 2015. Achieving Blue Growth through implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, available at: http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/user_upload/newsroom/docs/BlueGrowth_LR.pdf
  • FAO. 2016. The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2016. Contributing to food security and nutrition for all. Rome. 200 pp.
  • FAO. 2012. Report of the thirty-sixth session of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM). Marrakech, Morocco, 14–19 May 2012. GFCM Report. No. 36. Rome, Italy. 71 pp. http://www.fao.org/3/a-i3086e.pdf
  • FAO. 2018. Report of the forty-first session of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM), Budva, Montenegro, 16–20 October 2017. GFCM Report No. 41. Rome, Italy
  • Fezzardi D., Massa F., Àvila‐Zaragoza P., Rad F., Yücel‐Gier G., Deniz H., Hadj Ali Salem M., Hamza H.A., Ben Salem S. 2013. Indicators for sustainable aquaculture in Mediterranean and Black Sea countries. Guide for the use of indicators to monitor sustainable development of aquaculture. Studies and Reviews. General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. No. 93. Rome, FAO 2013. 60 p.
  • FOESA. 2010. Defining sustainability indicators for Mediterranean Aquaculture. FOESA, Madrid, Spain. 152 pp.
  • FOESA. 2011. Sustainability indicators for aquaculture sea cages in the Mediterranean. FOESA, Madrid, Spain. 116 pp.
  • Gabrielsen P., & Bosch P. 2003. Environmental indicators: typology and use in reporting. EEA, Copenhagen.
  • GFCM. 2012. Resolution GFCM/36/2012/1 on guidelines on Allocated Zones for Aquaculture (AZA).
  • Hishamunda, N., Ridler, N. & Martone, E. 2014. Policy and governance in aquaculture: lessons learned and way forward. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper No. 577. Rome, FAO. 59 pp. available at: http://www.fao.org/3/a-i3156e.pdf.
  • Madec, P. 2003. Les indicateurs de développement durable. INRA‐University of Montpellier II. 118 pp.
  • Massa, F. 2011. Some Key Aspects Related to the Social Dimension of Aquaculture. Indicadores de sostenibilidad para viveros flotantes en la acuicultura marina Mediterránea. FOESA, Madrid, España. 116 páginas. pp 40-42
  • Massa, F., Onofri, L., & Fezzardi, D. 2017. ‘Aquaculture in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea: a Blue Growth perspective’, In: Economics and Management of Sustainable Ocean (pp 93-123), edited by Paulo A.L.D. Nunes, Lisa Emelia Svensson, Anil Markandya. UNEP. Edward Elgar Publishing Inc. pp 576
  • Mathé, S., Rey-Valette, H., and Chia, E. 2011. Key issue and some postulates concerning the use of indicators for sustainable development: the example of aquaculture (pp 75-83). In GFCM, Indicators for the sustainable development of finfish Mediterranean aquaculture: highlights from the InDAM Project. Studies and Reviews. General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. No. 90 Rome, FAO.2011: 218p.
  • Mathé, S., Rey-Valette, H., 2011b. Towards the implementation of sustainable development of aquaculture in the Mediterranean: the conditions of governance Syndhia Mathé and Hélène Rey-Valette
  • OECD. 2003. OECD Environmental Indicators: Development, Measurement and Use. Reference Paper. Paris, OECD. 37 pp.
  • Pullin R.S.V., Froese R., Pauly D. (2007) Indicators for the Sustainability of Aquaculture. (pp 53 – 72) In: Bert T.M. (eds) Ecological and Genetic Implications of Aquaculture Activities. Methods and Technologies in Fish Biology and Fisheries, vol 6. Springer, DordrechtRey-Valette, H., Laloë, F et Le Fur, J., 2007. Introduction to the key issue concerning the use of sustainable development indicators. International Journal of Sustainable Development, 10: 4-13.
  • Rey-Valette, H., Clement, O., Aubin, J., Mathé, S., Chia, E., Legendre, M., Caruso, D., Mikolasek, O., Blancheton, J.P., Slembrouck, J., Baruthio, A., Rene, F., Levang, P. & Morissens, P. 2008. Guide to the co-construction of sustainable development indicators in aquaculture. EVAD project, Cirad, Montpellier (France), 144 p.
  • Volpe, J.P., M. Beck, V. Ethier, J. Gee, A. Wilson. 2010. Global Aquaculture Performance Index. University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Deniz ve Tatlı Su Biyolojisi
Bölüm Research Articles
Yazarlar

Fabio MASSA> (Sorumlu Yazar)
Senior Expert on Aquaculture, Rome, Italy
Italy


Pablo AVİLA ZARAGOZÁ Bu kişi benim
Instituto Europeo de la Alimentación Mediterránea (IEAMED) Agencia de Gestión Agraria y Pesquera de Andalucía Consejería de Agricultura Pesca y Desarrollo Rural.
Spain


Davide FEZZARDİ Bu kişi benim
Senior Expert on Aquaculture, Rome, Italy
Italy


Houssam HAMZA>
Direction Générale des Pêches et de l’Aquaculture Ministère de l’Agriculture
Tunisia


Guzel YUCEL GİER Bu kişi benim
Institute of Marine Sciences and Technology, Dokuz Eylül University
Türkiye


Jose Carlos MACİAS Bu kişi benim
Fisheries and Aquaculture Consultant, Seville, Spain
Spain


Hayri DÉNİZ Bu kişi benim
National Union of Turkish Aquaculture Producer & Muğla Fish Farmer Association, Muğla, Turkey
Türkiye


Milena KRASİC Bu kişi benim
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Montenegro
Montenegro


Milica MANDİC Bu kişi benim
University of Montenegro, Institute of marine biology, Dobrota bb, 85330 Kotor
Montenegro


Scander BEN SALEM Bu kişi benim
Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la Mer, I.N.S.T.M. 28 rue du 2 mars 1934 - 2025 Salammbô, Tunisie
Tunisia


Nicoletta MİLONE Bu kişi benim
Fisheries and Aquaculture Department, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Italy


Aurora NASTASI Bu kişi benim
Fisheries and Environment Expert, Rome, Italy
Italy


Fabrizio CARUSO>
MARE Società Cooperativa, Cattolica, Italy
0000-0002-5816-7191
Italy


Linda FOURDAİN Bu kişi benim
Aquaculture Expert, Alicante, Spain
Spain

Yayımlanma Tarihi 31 Mayıs 2020
Başvuru Tarihi 27 Nisan 2018
Kabul Tarihi 24 Eylül 2018
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2020, Cilt 3, Sayı 2

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Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { medfar419078, journal = {Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research}, eissn = {2618-6551}, address = {medfar@mersin.edu.tr}, publisher = {Mersin Üniversitesi}, year = {2020}, volume = {3}, number = {2}, pages = {62 - 74}, doi = {/medfar.v3i54660.419078}, title = {Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean}, key = {cite}, author = {Massa, Fabio and Avila Zaragozá, Pablo and Fezzardi, Davide and Hamza, Houssam and Yucel Gier, Guzel and Macias, Jose Carlos and Déniz, Hayri and Krasic, Milena and Mandic, Milica and Ben Salem, Scander and Milone, Nicoletta and Nastası, Aurora and Caruso, Fabrizio and Fourdain, Linda} }
APA Massa, F. , Avila Zaragozá, P. , Fezzardi, D. , Hamza, H. , Yucel Gier, G. , Macias, J. C. , Déniz, H. , Krasic, M. , Mandic, M. , Ben Salem, S. , Milone, N. , Nastası, A. , Caruso, F. & Fourdain, L. (2020). Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean . Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research , 3 (2) , 62-74 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/medfar/issue/54660/419078
MLA Massa, F. , Avila Zaragozá, P. , Fezzardi, D. , Hamza, H. , Yucel Gier, G. , Macias, J. C. , Déniz, H. , Krasic, M. , Mandic, M. , Ben Salem, S. , Milone, N. , Nastası, A. , Caruso, F. , Fourdain, L. "Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean" . Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research 3 (2020 ): 62-74 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/medfar/issue/54660/419078>
Chicago Massa, F. , Avila Zaragozá, P. , Fezzardi, D. , Hamza, H. , Yucel Gier, G. , Macias, J. C. , Déniz, H. , Krasic, M. , Mandic, M. , Ben Salem, S. , Milone, N. , Nastası, A. , Caruso, F. , Fourdain, L. "Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean". Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research 3 (2020 ): 62-74
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EndNote %0 Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean %A Fabio Massa , Pablo Avila Zaragozá , Davide Fezzardi , Houssam Hamza , Guzel Yucel Gier , Jose Carlos Macias , Hayri Déniz , Milena Krasic , Milica Mandic , Scander Ben Salem , Nicoletta Milone , Aurora Nastası , Fabrizio Caruso , Linda Fourdain %T Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean %D 2020 %J Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research %P -2618-6551 %V 3 %N 2 %R %U
ISNAD Massa, Fabio , Avila Zaragozá, Pablo , Fezzardi, Davide , Hamza, Houssam , Yucel Gier, Guzel , Macias, Jose Carlos , Déniz, Hayri , Krasic, Milena , Mandic, Milica , Ben Salem, Scander , Milone, Nicoletta , Nastası, Aurora , Caruso, Fabrizio , Fourdain, Linda . "Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean". Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research 3 / 2 (Mayıs 2020): 62-74 .
AMA Massa F. , Avila Zaragozá P. , Fezzardi D. , Hamza H. , Yucel Gier G. , Macias J. C. , Déniz H. , Krasic M. , Mandic M. , Ben Salem S. , Milone N. , Nastası A. , Caruso F. , Fourdain L. Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean. MedFAR. 2020; 3(2): 62-74.
Vancouver Massa F. , Avila Zaragozá P. , Fezzardi D. , Hamza H. , Yucel Gier G. , Macias J. C. , Déniz H. , Krasic M. , Mandic M. , Ben Salem S. , Milone N. , Nastası A. , Caruso F. , Fourdain L. Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean. Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research. 2020; 3(2): 62-74.
IEEE F. Massa , P. Avila Zaragozá , D. Fezzardi , H. Hamza , G. Yucel Gier , J. C. Macias , H. Déniz , M. Krasic , M. Mandic , S. Ben Salem , N. Milone , A. Nastası , F. Caruso ve L. Fourdain , "Selecting priorities, indicators and criteria to monitor sustainable aquaculture development lessons learned from selected case studies in the Mediterranean", Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research, c. 3, sayı. 2, ss. 62-74, May. 2020, doi:/medfar.v3i54660.419078

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