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Details of Mr Frits Christiaan Roest   


Gender male
Job title freelance fisheries consultant
Haselweg 18
6721 ME
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Tel +31-318-418875
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Degree MSci
Job type Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities Short-term missions to support field projects and programmes; Preparations of regional summaries

Over 30 years experience in fisheries management planning
Research Region African inland waters, Eastern Central Atlantic Ocean
Skills/Expertise Organization of data systems required for multidisciplinary management of fisheries; Identification of training requirements and opportunities; Formulation and/or identification of fisheries management projects. Project monitoring and evaluation.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mr Frits ROEST)

Coulter, G., V. Langenberg, R. Lowe-McConnell, F. Riedel, F. Roest, J.Sarvala and O. Timoshkin [2006] The problems confronting survival of biodiversity in ancient lakes. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 29, 1178-1181.
Van Zwieten, P.A.M., Roest, F.C., Machiels, M.A.M. and Van Densen, W.L.T. [2002] Effects of inter-annual variability, seasonality and persistence on the perception of long-term trends in catch rates of the industrial pelagic purse-seine fishery of northern Lake Tanganyika (Burundi) Fisheries Research (54), 3: 329-348
Roest, F.C. [1999] Introduction of a pelagic fish into a large natural lake: Lake Kivu, Central Africa, pp. 327-338 In Van Densen, W.L.T. & M.J. Morris (Eds) Fish and fisheries of lakes and reservoirs in southeast Asia and Africa, Westbury Academic & Scientific Publishing, Otley, 432p.
Recent developments in Lake Tanganyika fisheries (in preparation)

Created: 2006-09-17 Last Updated: 2015-07-04 by Frits ROEST