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Author: United States. Coast Guard. Fishing Vessel Casualt
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: fish, task, force, report, casualty, vessel, living, fishing, dying
Number of Pages: 80
Published:
ISBN-10: 1428996559
ISBN-13: 9781428996557
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: systems, monitoring, saly, senegal, october, vessel, workshop, sub, regional, fisheries, commission, report
Number of Pages: 99
Published: 2002-01-01
ISBN-10: 9251048924
ISBN-13: 9789251048924

The workshop objectives were to sensitize the Commission's Member States on the potential of Vessel Monitoring Systems (VMS) as a acomplement to other monitoring, control and surveillance activities; and foster discussions at a technical level leading to the formulation of a subregional strategy for cooperation on VMS.
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Author: Karl E. Heden
Publisher: Branden Books
Keywords: states, united, england, germany, italy, japan, losses, submarine, world, ships, war, naval, including, chronology, sunken
Number of Pages: 361
Published: 2006-11
ISBN-10: 0828321183
ISBN-13: 9780828321181

Sunken Ships of World War II is truly one of the greatest compendiums of naval history that has ever been put together. Not only does it give an exhaustive chronology of events and ac-tions of the United States Navy, it also contains listings of the Al-lies (American and English) and of the Axis (Japanese, German and Italian) naval losses wherever they took place. Each of the more than 350 pages of this book is packed with minute informa-tion on each sunken vessel. Entries also include the most available information on the commanders, crews, size, displacement and location in degrees of each v
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Author: Stephen L. Caldwell
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: need, information, duplicate, data, reviewed, key, provide, security, vessel, tracking, systems, maritime
Number of Pages: 58
Published: 2009-12
ISBN-10: 1437916775
ISBN-13: 9781437916775

U.S. ports, waterways, and coastal approaches are part of a system handling more than $700 billion in merchandise annually. With the many possible threats -- including transportation and detonation of weapons of mass destruction, suicide attacks against vessels, and others -- in the maritime domain, awareness of such threats could give the Coast Guard (CG) advance notice to help detect, deter, interdict, and defeat them. This report reviews the CGżs efforts to achieve awareness about such activity. It addresses: the extent to which the CG: (1) has vessel tracking systems in place; (2) can use
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Author: Matthew F. Vessel
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: lots, vacant, history, natural
Number of Pages: 324
Published: 1987-11
ISBN-10: 0520052501
ISBN-13: 9780520052505
16865

Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: surveillance, control, bergen, norway, october, monitoring, procedures, expert, consultation, data, formats, report
Number of Pages: 28
Published: 2005-04
ISBN-10: 9251052697
ISBN-13: 9789251052693

The Expert Consultation made a number of recommendations for more effective harmonization and exchange of fishing vessel information. The experts emphasized that an efficient path to standardized data formats would be the use of existing and developing data sets from the Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics (CWP). Topics covered at this meeting included: fishing vessel monitoring system reporting procedures; licences and fishing authorizations; exchange of catch certificates and trade documents; electronic fishing logbooks; progress made by the CWP; the use of Customs Tariff Codes;
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Author: Susan Fleming
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: masters, vessel, commercial, drivers, vary, pilots, requirements, medical, safety, certification, background, check, transportation
Number of Pages: 22
Published: 2008-07
ISBN-10: 1437901522
ISBN-13: 9781437901528

Fed. laws and regulations require that safety-related transport. professionals undergo screening to ensure that they can safely perform their jobs. Medical certification (MC), background checks (BC), and testing workersż knowledge and skills required for the jobs are critical because physically or mentally unfit transport. workers pose a danger to themselves and to the public. There have been concerns raised by recent investigations of the reliability of pilot MCżs, This report first describes the requirements for MC and BC for selected transport. workers. The following questions were addres
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