The coastal areas of Terracina and Sabaudia were decreed to be protected environments by Latium Region, with the objective of promoting the repopulation of the fish. Protection of the areas is guaranteed by special underwater artificial barriers which prevent illegal fishing. The underwater barriers consist of modular units placed on the sea-bottom to protect a total area of about 250.000 m2. The structure “atolls” runs parallel to the coastline, forming an artificial protective “reef” that allows many fish species to procreate and develop in a safe ambient. These artificial barriers permit a sustainable sea-culture of high-quality of marine organisms. Appropriate regulations and strategies between cooperative agreements or spin-off enterprise have to be drawn up to ensure a successful management of the project, and the economic benefits to the local population that will derive from this new ecologically sustainable extensive sea-culture of many ichthyic species: Palinurus elephas, Scyllaroides latus, Paeneus and Homarus, Maja squinado, sea anemone, sole, plaice, octopus, gilt-head sea bream, sea bass, base, moray-eel, etc., which will be caught at fixed fishing stations, by underwater fishing or by specific and selective fishing techniques, will be sold with a Certificate of Environmental Origin and Quality, in line with the mission of the protected coastal areas. Correct management of these protected coastal areas will guarantee the success of the project, which is to recreate the fish community of the coastal areas, to save and protect the species involved, and to provide new jobs directly and indirectly to the local population.

Regole e strategie di gestione per una filiera ecosostenibile di prodotti ittici di qualità nelle aree marine protette di Terracina e Sabaudia

BERNI, PAOLO;
2007

Abstract

The coastal areas of Terracina and Sabaudia were decreed to be protected environments by Latium Region, with the objective of promoting the repopulation of the fish. Protection of the areas is guaranteed by special underwater artificial barriers which prevent illegal fishing. The underwater barriers consist of modular units placed on the sea-bottom to protect a total area of about 250.000 m2. The structure “atolls” runs parallel to the coastline, forming an artificial protective “reef” that allows many fish species to procreate and develop in a safe ambient. These artificial barriers permit a sustainable sea-culture of high-quality of marine organisms. Appropriate regulations and strategies between cooperative agreements or spin-off enterprise have to be drawn up to ensure a successful management of the project, and the economic benefits to the local population that will derive from this new ecologically sustainable extensive sea-culture of many ichthyic species: Palinurus elephas, Scyllaroides latus, Paeneus and Homarus, Maja squinado, sea anemone, sole, plaice, octopus, gilt-head sea bream, sea bass, base, moray-eel, etc., which will be caught at fixed fishing stations, by underwater fishing or by specific and selective fishing techniques, will be sold with a Certificate of Environmental Origin and Quality, in line with the mission of the protected coastal areas. Correct management of these protected coastal areas will guarantee the success of the project, which is to recreate the fish community of the coastal areas, to save and protect the species involved, and to provide new jobs directly and indirectly to the local population.
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