Valmis ingliskeelne tõlge raamatust "Eesti kalamajandus 2012".
Once again, the Fisheries Information Centre has a great pleasure to issue a yearbook that describes the state of Estonian fishery and to conclude that fishery continues to be a viable branch of the economy despite all the difficulties, whether natural or economic. It is believed that 2012 was a fairly busy and challenging year for the Estonian fishery sector. Yearbook "Estonian Fishery 2012" provides an overview of the year.
Yearbook „Estonian Fishery 2012"
Estonian Fishery 2012 compiled by Fisheries Information Centre (Department of Fish Biology and Fisheries of the Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu) provides an overview of Estonian fisheries in 2012. The book is meant for anyone who wishes to have an overview of the status of Estonian fishery – status of fish stocks, landings, aid etc. Under scope are distant-water fishery, Baltic Sea fisheries (including Baltic trawling and coastal fishery), inland fisheries (fisheries in Lake Võrtsjärv and Lake Peipsi). Included are also recreational fisheries, aquaculture, fisheries aid and larger scientific projects.
The activities of the Fisheries Information Centre will take place in the framework of the operational programme of the European Fisheries Fund (EFF) 2007-2013, under the activities of “Other joint actions” of Measure 3.1, “Collective actions”.