Vinnufundur um veiðarfæri og aflameðferð

Þann 1. og 2. Október 2013 var haldin vinnufundur í húsakynnum Matís í Reykjavík um veiðarfæri og aflameðferð (New technology for the Nordic fishing fleet: Fishing gear and effective catch handling). Að skipulagningu fundarins komu auk Matís, Havstovan í Færeyjum, Sintef í Noregi og CATch-fish í Danmörku. Fundurinn var styrktur af AG-fisk (Working group for fisheries co-operation), sem er undirstofnun Norrænu ráðherranefndarinnar.

Vinnufundinn sóttu um 50 manns frá níu löndum og var meðal annar boðið upp á 19 fyrirlestra þar sem fjallað var um nýlegar rannsóknir og þróun í veiðarfærum og aflameðferð.

Hér fyrir neðan má sjá dagskrá vinnufundarins og upptökur af fyrirlestrunum.

October 1st

8:45 Registration and coffee
9:00 Welcome by Hörður Kristinsson, Research Director of Matís ohf
9:05 Welcome by AG-fisk, Leon Smith from Havstovan & AG
9:10 Welcome and “housekeeping” by Jonas R. Viðarsson, project coordinator

 

  Session 1:  Selectiveness of fishing gear
9:20 Development of a new ecological selective cod trawl for the Baltic
Jan Montin from X-Chain System AB and STPO (Sweden)
9:40 Selection in mid-water trawl fisheries for cod                                             
Dr. Eduardo Grimaldo from Sintef (Norway)
10:00 The fish selector by Star-Oddi                                                                
Sigmar Guðbjörnsson from Star-Oddi (Iceland)
10:20 Dynex warp and its use in fishing                                                        
Haraldur Árnason Hampiðjan (Iceland)
10:40 Are design or the size of the trawl affecting the codend selectivity? 
Haraldur Einarsson from Icelandic MRI (Iceland)
11:00 Group discussions
11:30 Presentation and plenary discussions
12:15 Lunch

 

  Session 2:  Environmental impacts of fishing gear
13:00 Gear development for an industry driven fishery management
including challenges to develop harvest strategies to meet discard ban and eco-labelling.
Staffan Larson from STPO (Sweden)
13:20 Fuel efficiency and fisheries' carbon footprint reduction                           
Antonello Sala from CNR-ISMAR (Italy)
13:40 Redesign of trawls and raised doors in demersal trawling
gives large reduction in environmental footprint                                                                 
Ulrik Jes Hansen from CATch-Fish (Denmark)
14:00 The light trawl                                                                                               
Halla Jónsdóttir from Innovation Centre Iceland (Iceland)
14:20 Group discussions
14:45 Presentation and plenary discussions

 

  Session 3: Improve fishing gear to minimize cost and improve quality
15:20 Developments on trawl technology, seen from a netmakers view           
Kristjan Zachariassen from Vonin Ltd. (Faroe Islands)
15:40 Effects of fishing gear on quality – the SEQUID project                         
Daphné Deloof from ILVO (Belgium)
16:00 Coastal fisheries in the N-Atlantic - project introduction                         
Jónas R. Viðarsson from Matís (Iceland)
16:20 Autoline fisheries – Investments in efficiency and quality                     
Arne Tennøy from Mustad longline (Norway)
16:40 Group discussions
17:15 Presentation and plenary discussions
18:00 Summing up
 

October 2nd  

  Session 4: Effective catch handling
9:00 Effective catch handling systems for cod, haddock and Saithe                     
Dr. Hanne Digre from SINTEF (Norway)
9:20 Mackerel pump system                                                                               
Hardi Hansen from Varðin Pelagic (Faroe Islands)
9:40 New concept for gentle and effective catch handling and storage of pelagic fish onboard    Dr. Ida G. Aursand from SINTEF (Norway)
10:00 Redesign of demersal wetfish trawler processing decks                           
 
Sæmundur Elíasson from Matís and Torfi Þorsteinsson from HB Grandi(Iceland)
10:20 The CRISP project                                                                                       
Jónas R. Viðarsson from Matís (Iceland)
10:40 Electrical stunning_is it an alternative for captured fish?                            
 Hans Van De Vis from IMARES (Netherlands)
11:00 Group discussions
11:30 Presentation and plenary discussions
12:15 Lunch
13:00 Wrap up
13:15 Industry meets scientists
(participants are given the opportunity to have private meetings among each other)
15:00 Finish

 

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