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Innovations to strengthen aquatic resource governance on Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake

Cambodia’s recent freshwater fishery sector reform, instigated at the top level of government, is one of the country’s most significant contemporary policy developments addressing natural resources management and rural development. Implemented in two main ...

Type: Publication

Unconventional fishing methods in the Anambra and Imo River Basins, Nigeria

The Anambra and Imo River basins are richly endowed with fishery resources. The use of unconventional fishing methods, such as local poisonous herbs and chemicals and various explosives, threatens to destroy their aquatic resources. Some control measures ...

Type: Publication

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

A history of fishing with explosives and poisons in Hong Kong waters.

Fishing with explosives is still being practiced aroung Hong Kong. The first legislation against blast fishing was passed in Hong Kong in 1903. Since then, successive legislation has increased the penalties and fines on blast fishing and fishing with ...

Type: Publication

Dynamite fishing in Sierra Leone

The dynamite fishing operations in Sierra Leone are enumerated and discussed. Explosive fishing Illegal fishing Sierra Leone Vakily, J.M. 1 416 Download Tuesday, November 18, 2008 Friday, January 1, 1993 Sierra Leone NAGA 16 (4): 7-9 ...

Type: Publication

Community Management by Decree? : lessons from Cambodia's fisheries reform

The Cambodian government introduced a dramatic reform in 2001 that reduced the allocation of commercial fishing lots in favor of local community access. Hailed by community activists, the policy shift nevertheless accelerated a crisis in the sector, with ...

Type: Publication

Effects of some destructive fishing methods on coral cover and potential rates of recovery.

Effects of fishing with explosives (blastfishing) and sodium cyanide and of anchor damage on live coral were investigated on a heavily exploited fringing reef in Boli-nao, Philippines from 1987 to 1990. A simple balance-sheet model indicated that ...

Type: Publication

Collaborative dialogue to support local institutions in natural resource co-management

Policy brief Policy Brief. Collaborating for Resilience Policy brief Gender & Equity Governance Resilience Wednesday, January 1, 2014 Thursday, June 5, 2014 Aquatic Agricultural Systems Capacity development Co-management Environmental policy ...

Type: Publication

May pangako mula sa dagat.

Ang layunin ng Proyekto sa Pamamahala sa mga Kayamanang-Baybayin (Coasttil Resources Management Project/CRMP) ay upang dagdagan ang umiiral na mga kakayanan sa boob ng rehiyon ng Asosyasyon ng mga Bansa sa Timog-Silangang Asya (Association of Southeast ...

Type: Publication

Tackling The Global Problem of Dynamite Fishing

In Tanzania, illegal and destructive fishing practices threaten environmental sustainability and the livelihoods of small-scale fishers. The future of several communities reliant on fisheries depends on finding a more effective ways of managing natural ...

Type: Video