halieutic

halieutic

(ˌhælɪˈjuːtɪk)
adj
(Angling) relating to the practice of catching fish
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Contract notice: realization of a biological and halieutic scientific monitoring within the framework of the management of artificial reefs of the prado
MEPs welcomed the European Commission's communication on the external dimension of the reform of the CFP(1) and supported its desire to reduce the impact of the EU fleet on halieutic resources in international waters and in those of third countries.
This agreement is the second phase of a joint management project of coastal halieutic preserves, in the Gulf of Gabes.
The bank said that it would operate in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Fisheries and with the National Halieutic Research Institute (INRH) in Morocco.
The 987 million dirham project also provides for equipping 2,000 fish hawkers, integrating women into the fishing sector, training the beneficiaries and ensuring sustainable development of halieutic resources.
The tradition of "halieutic" literature is ancient and sometimes distinguished.
Contract notice: ecological and halieutic monitoring of edf~s nuclear power stations located at the seaside and estuary.
She pointed to sectors that have been identified as having a high potential for innovation, job creation and therefore growth, including: cruises and tourism, energy (off-shore wind and tidal energy), halieutic resources, and research and innovation.
The point is also to ease the promotion of national halieutic goods in Europe.
<p>AaAaAaAa This ambitious strategy aims at developing Morocco's halieutic resources and increasing by three-folds the sector's GDP by 2020 in a bid to make of the fisheries the driving force of the Kingdom's national economy, said Akhannouch.
Major organization : MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE WATER, FISHERIES, LIVESTOCK AND HALIEUTIC RESOURCES (MAEPERH)