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Fuelling the decline in UK fishing communities?

Volatile fuel prices are a threat to the viability of UK fishing communities. The economic and social impacts of rising fuel costs for fishers and communities in southwest England are examined. Fuel prices doubled between early 2007 and mid-2008, whereas ...

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The commercial fishery of the middle Nyong River, Cameroon: productivity and environmental threats

Fishing methods, catches, fish species diversity, water quality and diets were examined in the middle Nyong River basin of south-central Cameroon over five years. Out of 79 indigenous species from the upper and middle Nyong in museum collections, 17 ...

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Blast fishing in southwest Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Blast fishing has been a widespread and accepted fishing technique in Indonesia for over 50 years. The largest coral reef fishery in Indonesia is around the Spermonde archipelago in southwest Sulawesi. With the expanding population and the increasing ...

Type: Publication

How to analyze fish community responses to coral mining.

Ways of evaluating the effects of environmental degradation from coral mining to reef fish communties in Maldives are presented. Coral reefs Environmental impact Reef fisheries Maldives Dawson-Shepherd, A.C. Brown, B.E. Warwick, R.M. Clarke, R. 2 138 ...

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Review of environmental impact assessment and monitoring in aquaculture in Asia-Pacific

This review is prepared as part of the FAO Project “Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and monitoring in aquaculture”. The review provides a compilation, review and synthesis of existing EIA and environmental monitoring procedures and practices in ...

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Alien fish species in the Philippines: pathways, biological characteristics, establishment and invasiveness

Aquaculture (18%) and aquarium (77%) species comprise most of the species which are brought into the Philippines, and although meant to be confined to culture and aquarium facilities, some have escaped to natural waters, established themselves and have ...

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Aquaculture development and environmental issues in the tropical Pacific.

Commercial aquaculture in Oceania is currently restricted to the red alga Eucheuma sp., the blacklip pearl oyster, Pinctada margaritifera and penaeid shrimp, principally Penaeus monodon. There have been numerous attempts to cultivate exotic species of ...

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River fisheries in Africa: their relationship to flow regimes

River fisheries in Africa are important because of their contribution of animal protein to human diets. Such fisheries are highly dependent on hydrological regimes and show considerable year-to-year variation in response to natural climatic events. River ...

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Influence of built structures on Tonle Sap fisheries : synthesis report

This document is a synthesis of the major findings and recommendation of a study on the influence of built structures on the fisheries of the Tonle Sap Lake. The multidisciplinary study analysed the influence and impact of built structures on hydrology, ...

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Coastal tourism in Southeast Asia.

This book discusses the various forms of tourism development in Southeast Asia's coastal areas, their environmental and socioeconomic impacts and the issues arising from conflicting resource uses. It also outlines the basic physical aspects of the ...

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