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9.1 Country Level Hazard

9.2 Fleet Analysis

Firstly, the top and bottom 10

Table 9.1: Top and bottom 10 fleets by risk
Fleet segement Value of landings Hazard rank Exposure rank Vulnerability rank Risk rank
ITA A37 PGP0006 5721462 188 8 16 1
ESP A37 DFN0612 630329 190 10 30 2
DNK A27 TM40XX 363359393 20 216 8 3
PRT A27 DFN1012 356623 185 14 56 4
PRT A27 DTS0010 381875 196 61 10 5
ESP A37 DTS0612 277330 176 31 61 6
ESP A37 DRB1218 167984 52 161 77 7
ITA A37 PGP0612 21059018 171 3 117 8
EST A27 PG0010 3960796 50 181 62 9
ITA A37 DTS1218 23840875 197 17 80 10
Table 9.1: Top and bottom 10 fleets by risk
Fleet segement Value of landings Hazard rank Exposure rank Vulnerability rank Risk rank
BEL A27 PMP1824 ° 495885 395 356 252 395
FRA A27 MGP0010 ° 3267735 261 374 368 396
PRT OFR HOK2440 IWE° 4408259 360 241 404 397
GBR A27 HOK1012 ° 355039 392 347 285 398
IRL A27 FPO0010 5406757 402 235 388 399
POL OFR TM40XX 53086199 338 312 400 400
IRL A27 FPO1012 5106661 386 277 389 401
ESP A27 DRB1218 2285575 385 403 267 402
IRL A27 FPO1218 ° 5015581 359 315 390 403
IRL A27 DRB2440 ° 2004905 403 404 382 404
Caption: Fleet segments with the top and bo ttom 10 climat e risk scores.

In total, we have been able to assess risk for 404 fleet segments.

Caption: Climate risk as a function of the size range of vessels in each fleet segment. Note that the STECF definitions of length range vary between country and therefore have a degree of overlap. The distribution of risk is represented on a linear scale from highest to lowest: the absolute values are not shown, as they have little direct meaning. Risk is shown as a boxplot, where the horizontal line is the median, the box corresponds to the interquartile range (IQR), and the whiskers cover all points less than 1.5 times the IQR from the box. Outliers are plotted as points. The number of fleet segments in each class is shown at the top: in total there are 404 fleet segments in the analysis.

DFN: Drift and/or fixed netters, DRB: Dredgers, DTS: Demersal trawlers and/or demersal seiners, FPO: Vessels using pots and/or traps, HOK: Vessels using hooks, MGO: Vessel using other active gears, MGP: Vessels using polyvalent active gears only, PG: Passive Gears, PGO: Vessels using other passive gears, PGP: Vessels using polyvalent passive gears only, PMP: Vessels using active and passive gears, PS: Purse seiners, TBB: Beam trawlers, TM: Pelagic trawlers

QUESTION: I’m not quite sure how whether to retain the other fishing region fleets, or just keep it to the FAO27 and FAO37 areas - we don’t have very much biological information outside these regions.

QUESTION: I can also plot this as a map, based on the median value…

CAPTION:

Fleetwise climate risk for the 23 EU coastal nations

Figure 9.1: Fleetwise climate risk for the 23 EU coastal nations

TODO: Ireland needs to be investigated - it looks like it is missing some of the flet economic data => no vul => no risk.

9.3 Regional Analysis

9.3.1 Components

Caption: Map of the individual elements of the regional risk analysis. a) Hazard b) Exposure and c) Vulnerability are plotted for each of the regions in the analysis. Each metric is rescaled so that the range between panels is identical. Colour scale is linear in the value of the corresponding score,but is presented without values as they have little direct meaning. National-level borders are shown for reference.

TODO:

  • Reproject to a Lambert Azimuthal Equal-area projections
  • Check Iceland problems
  • Map inserts for Malta and other small countries
  • Could be merged with the overall figure for regional risk, but I think it makes more sense to have it separate.

9.3.2 Regional Risk

Caption: Map of the regional climate risk. Colour scale is linear in the value of the corresponding score, but is presented without values, as they have little direct meaning. National-level borders are shown for reference.

TODO:

  • Reproject to a Lambert Azimuthal Equal-area projections
  • Check Iceland problems
  • Map inserts for Malta and other small countries