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As well as expanding the FADs programme to other areas, we will be working with the ministries and the fishing communities to attract further investment for ice machines, cold storage and processing facilities, improved landing sites and, of course, better roads to bring fresh fish to markets as quickly as possible," Trenchard said.
FADs work because they attract many different species offish.
The FADs set price and non-price terms and conditions for access to regulated fixed line services, which parties can rely on when they are unable to reach agreement in commercial negotiations.
Please check out GrubHub's GIF, which shows the spread of kale orders - one of the year's most popular food fads - from independent restaurants in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York.
6 TESCO: Majority of Tesco tuna comes from boats that have no restrictions on using FADs.
The project with training for trainers on rope work, rigging, basic principles on maintenance and deploying FADs.
Fishing tuna without FADs can significantly reduce bycatch levels.
8 JOHN WEST Never tells consumers how the tuna was caught, no restrictions on the use of FADs, no support for marine reserves and uses tuna from stocks under threat.
I had a weight problem a few years ago and tried the fad diets,'' he said.
Although sample sizes were small, the presence of prior Abudefduf troschelii "recruits" (enriched FADs) had a significant effect on patterns of subsequent recruitment; this effect contrasted sharply with FADs lacking fish at the start of this experiment (nonenriched FADs).
In recent years, the academic interest in management fads can be illustrated by a growing body of literature from authors such as Abrahamson (1996, 1999) Carson et al (1999, 2000), Spell (1999), Ettorre (1997), Staw and Epstein (2000) and Gibson and Tesone (2001).
Ponzi and Koenig's research is based on annual counts of article frequency on three well-known management fads as a way to demonstrate that such fads generally peak in approximately five years.