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An evaluation of resource overlaps among fishing gears in the coastal fisheries using multivariate techniques

Southeast Asian fisheries such as in San Miguel Bay, Philippines operate in a multi-gear and mixed-species situation. Marine capture fisheries in the Philippines are conventionally sub-divided into municipal (small-scale) and commercial (large-scale) ...

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The fisheries of Zanzibar: potential for new investments

Zanzibar, one of the poorest areas of sub-Saharan Africa, has a good potential for foreign investment in offshore (EEZ) marine capture fisheries, in aquaculture and in fi sheries infrastructure. Zanzibar’s fisheries resources could be better managed in an ...

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Fisheries rehabilitation in post-tsunami Aceh: Status and needs from participatory appraisals.

The widespread and long-term nature of the tsunami damage in Aceh province, Indonesia has threatened the continued use of coastal and fisheries resources. This article describes the application of the Rapid Appraisal of Fisheries Management System (RAFMS) ...

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Indonesian marine capture fisheries.

This study is one of a series of research efforts by interdisciplinary teams which consolidate and synthesize existing knowledge relating to the marine fisheries of Southeast Asia. The goal of these reviews is to make more readily accessible to ...

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Management of the fishery resources in Sierra Leone: assessment and recommendations.

The main objectives of the project were to evaluate the present status of the fishenes in Sierra Leone and to make recommendations of possible management strategies in the light of the priontv proclaimed by the Government of Sierra Leone to give ...

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Managing excess capacity in small-scale fisheries: perspectives from stakeholders in three Southeast Asian countries

The management of fishing capacity in both inland and marine fisheries is a major policy concern in most countries in Southeast Asia. Excess capacity leads to a number of negative impacts, such as resource use conflicts, overfishing, environmental ...

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The Marine Conservation Project for San Salvador: a case study of fisheries co-management in the Philippines.

San Salvador, an island village of Masinloc municipality in Zambales, Philippines, has been inhabited by approximately three generations of residents. The initial migrants, who were largely farmers from the mainland of Zambales province, did not have a ...

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Restocking and stock enhancement of marine invertebrate fisheries

This chapter reviews restocking and stock enhancement initiatives for a wide variety of marine invertebrates, that is, 11 groups/species—Giant Clams, Topshell, Sea Cucumbers, Scallops, Other Bivalves, Abalone, Queen Conch, Shrimp, Spiny Lobsters, Lobsters ...

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A roadmap for the future for fisheries and conservation.

As a part of 1996 World Conservation Congress (WCC), the IUCN- The World Conservation Union convened a Marine and Coastal Workshop on 17-18 October 1996 in Montreal Canada. This conference proceedings entitled "A roadmap for the future for fisheries ...

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When can marine reserves improve fisheries management?

Marine reserves are a promising tool for fisheries management and conservation of biodiversity, but they are not a panacea for fisheries management problems. For fisheries that target highly mobile single species with little or no by-catch or habitat ...

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