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Título: How a sustainable way of collecting bivalves becomes unsustainable : case study in Ria de Aveiro
Autor: Gandarinho, Ângela
Seixas, Sónia
Palavras-chave: Cockle
Clam
Bivalve
Solen marginatus
Venerupis senegalensis
Ruditapes decussata
Data: Jul-2014
Editora: Hands-on-Science Network
Citação: Gandarinho, Ângela; Seixas, Sónia - How a sustainable way of collecting bivalves becomes unsustainable : case study in Ria de Aveiro. In HSci 2014. International Conference on Hands-on Science, 11, Aveiro, 2014 - "Hands-on Science [Em linha] : science education with and for society : proceedings". Editado por Manuel Filipe P. C. Martins Costa, Pedro Miguel Marques Pombo, José Benito Vasquez Dorrío. [S. l.] : Hands-on Science Network, 2014. ISBN 978-989-98032-5-1. p. 301-308
Resumo: Ria de Aveiro is a popular place where professionals and the population who lives nearby go to collect bivalves (the population does that as an economic complement). The species collected are: cockle (Cerastoderma edule), grooved razor shell (Solen marginatus), pullet carpet shell (Venerupis senegalensis) and grooved carpet shell (Ruditapes decussata). This work study is based on the observation which has been carried out for the last 10 years in the area and concludes that: The legislation applied to this activity was and is thought in order to keep the sustainability of Ria de Aveiro. In this context, the majority of the capture of these bivalves is being performed by hand or with small tools, according to the law. Although the impact is thought to be almost none (both in the environment and with the species), compared to some other capture techniques, the reality shows that these bivalves are being collected far below the legal size by adulterating the tools used in the process. Also, some legal tools are not the best to use in the collection of bivalves because they cause damage to the intertidal bottom of Ria de Aveiro. Both situations endanger the sustainability of the biodiversity of bivalves in the area.
Descrição: Conferência internacional realizada em Aveiro de 21-25 de junho de 2014
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.2/3475
ISBN: 978-989-98032-5-1
Versão do Editor: http://www.hsci.info/Book_HSCI_2014_lowresA4.pdf
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