1. The five fisheries administrations are: Marine Scotland, DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), DAERA (Department of Agriculture Environment and Rural Affairs - Northern Ireland), Welsh Government and DEFA (Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture - Isle of Man).
2. Full details of the representatives on the working group can be found in Annex B
3. "British fishing vessel" means a fishing vessel which is registered in the UK or the Isle of Man under the Merchant Shipping (Registration of Fishing Vessels) Regulations 2011 or the Channel Islands under equivalent legislation, and which hold a valid UK commercial fishing licence.
5. Full details on current queen scallop fishery management measures for the Isle of Man can be found at https://www.gov.im/fishing/conditions, and historically at http://www.tynwald.org.im/links/tls/SD/Pages/default.aspx?&s=SD&k=scallop&r
6. See: http://fisheries-conservation.bangor.ac.uk/iom/documents/58.pdf for full details.
7. Quigley, D.T.G., MacGabhann, D., 2015. Queen scallops ( Aequipecten opercularis) in Irish waters: spatial and temporal landing patterns, fleet characteristics and estimated CPUE (2003_2014). Book of Abstracts: 20th International Pectinid Workshop, Galway, Ireland, 22-28, April 2015, pp. 132.
8. Formerly known as Minimum Landing Size ( MLS)
9. Aravindakshan, I., 1955. Studies on the biology of the queen
Chlamys opercularis (L.).
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Vause, B, J., et al., 2006 Age composition and growth rates of queen scallops Aequipecten opercularis (L.) around the Isle of Man. Journal of Shellfish Research 25: 310-312.
10. Bangor University, unpublished data.
11. Jenkins, S.R., Lart, W., Vause, B.J., Brand, A.R., 2003. Seasonal swimming behaviour in the queen scallop ( Aequipecten opercularis) and its effect on dredge fisheries. J. Exp. Mar. Bio. Ecol. 289, 163-179.
12. Brand, A.R., 2006. The European scallop fisheries for Pecten maximus, Aequipecten opercularis and Mimachlamys varia. In: Shumway, S.E., Parsons, G.J. (Eds.), Scallops: Biology, Ecology and Aquaculture, Second Ed. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 991-1058.
15. Mincher R (2008) New Zealand's Challenger Scallop Enhancement Company: from reseeding to self governance. In: Townsend R, Shotton R, Uchida H (eds) Case Studies in fisheries self governance. FAO, Fisheries Technical Paper No. 504, Rome, p 307-321.
16. Williams, J.R., Hartill, B., Bian, R., Williams, C.L., 2014. Review of the southern scallop fishery ( SCA 7). New Zealand Fisheries Assessment Report 2014/07, 71.
17. Beukers-Stewart B.D., Beukers-Stewart J.S. (2009). Principles for the management of inshore scallop fisheries around the United Kingdom. Report to Natural England, Countryside Council for Wales and Scottish Natural Heritage. University of York. 57pp.
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18. Jenkins, S.R., Lart, W., Vause, B.J., and Brand, A.R. 2003. Seasonal swimming behaviour in the queen scallop ( Aequipecten opercularis) and its effect on dredge fisheries. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 289:163-179.