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South Pacific tuna and billfish program

The Tuna and Billfish Assessment Programme is a 3-year programme designed to provide a better understanding of the stocks of tuna and billfish throughout the central and western Pacific and also to determine the status of the stocks of the commercially ...

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Spawning stock biomass-per-recruit analysis: a timely substitute for stock recruitment analysis

Relative biomass per recruit of adult (i.e. sexually mature) fin to shellfish is shown to help in identifying levels of fishing mortality likely to lead to recruitment overfishing. This is illustrated with data from a Malaysian penaeid shrimp fishery. ...

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Status and management of the Java sea fisheries

The Java Sea is a major fishing ground in Indonesia contributing 31% of the national marine fisheries production. Demersal and small pelagic fishery resources account for most production in the area. During the 1960s and 1970s, strong demand for fish, ...

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Strategic review of the fishery situation in Thailand

Fisheries are an important source of animal protein for most of Thailand’s population, particularly in provinces on or near the coast. Between 1978 and 1997 the per capita consumption of fish averaged 24 kg·capita-1 annually. In 1995, about 535 210 people ...

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Sunamganj community based resource management project (SCBRMP): an approach to sustainable beel fisheries management

Sunamganj is a land dominated by floodplains with seasonally flooded tectonic depressions known locally as haors and smaller water bodies known as beels. People’s livelihoods and culture are largely dominated by the haor economy where beel fisheries play ...

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A theory of fishing for a two-dimensional world

The concept of a disc-shaped two dimensional imaginary planet called Arde is conceived in which there is up and down, forward and backward but no left and right; and the first elements of a theory of fishing in a two dimensional world along with advice on ...

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Tilapia in a Peruvian lake

The introduction of Tilapia rendalli in Lake Sauce is described,outlining the various biological investigations which were necessaryfor management of the lake and biomass estimation, age determinationand overcrowding. Fisheries management Fresh water ...

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When co-management fails: a review of theory and lessons learned from reservoir fisheries in dry-zone of Sri Lanka

Over recent decades co-management has become an increasingly popular form of governance reform in many developing countries. Viewed as a means of promoting sustainable and equitable management of natural resources, it has seen wide application in small ...

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Economic evaluation of marine fisheries in India for sustainable production and coastal zone development.

The article highlights briefly the economics of different types of fishing units operating along the Indian coast; analyzes the exploitation trend of major marine fishery resources in relation to its potential yield; and suggests policy measures for ...

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European Union supports project to strengthen fisheries and biodiversity management in African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) countries.

Proper resource management implies a better understanding of ecosystems and the conservation of biodiversity. Scientists from developing countries often have limited information on their aquatic resources because of many difficulties in accessing and ...

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