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    • The physical environment 

      Mines, A.N.; Pauly, D.; Navaluna, N.A.; Vakily, J.M. (1982)
      A brief review is given of those physical features of San Miguel Bay, Philippines, which have an impact on the Bay's fisheries. These features are: the climate conditions, notably the strong winds during the northeast ...
    • History and status of the San Miguel Bay fisheries 

      Pauly, D. (1982)
      This paper reviews the available data on San Miguel Bay fisheries and their history, and contrasts "small-scale" and "trawl" fisheries, each of which land about half of the Bay's total catch of 15000 t / year. On the basis ...
    • Economic aspects of processing and marketing 

      Yater, F.; Esporlas, A.E.; Smith, I.R. (1982)
      This paper examines the pricing efficiency and related economic aspects of fish processing and marketing in two communities of San Miguel Bay, Philippines. Salting, dried fish processing and marketing and fresh fish marketing ...
    • The fishes and their ecology 

      Pauly, D. (1982)
      An annotated list of 188 species of fishes recorded from San Miguel Bay, Philippines is presented. Of these, 48% are euryhaline marine species. The most abundant fishes belong to marine species whose representatives are ...
    • South Pacific tuna and billfish program 

      Kearney, R.E. (1982)
      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 ...
    • Costs and returns of stationary gears 

      Supanga, N.C.; Smith, I.R. (1982)
      Costs and returns of three major stationary gears of Cabusao, San Miguel Bay, Philippines, are analysed. The gears discussed include fish corrals, liftnets and filter nets. Systems for allocation of fishing rights are ...
    • After Sinarapan: the planned small-scale fish cage industry of Lake Buhi 

      Gindelberger, B. (1982)
      The cage culture of tilapia in Lake Buhi is described. The industry was set up in June 1979 following theexhaustion of the sinarapan fishery of the lake. The successful growth of the industry, together with the problems ...
    • Systems of sharing and patterns of ownership 

      Villafuerte, E.D.; Bailey, C. (1982)
      Sharing systems and patterns of ownerships of several common small scale gears are analysed and compared with those of the small and medium trawlers operating in San Miguel Bay, Philippines. Significant differences between ...
    • The research site, data collection and methods of analysis 

      Smith, I.R.; Mines, A.N.; Beñacia, G. (1982)
      Objectives, sampling and analytical methods and data collection methodology of an economic survey of the small-scale fishery of San Miguel Bay, Philippines, are discussed. The fishing community from which the majority of ...
    • Uniform tuna catch statistics in the Central and Western Pacific 

      South Pacific Commission (1982)
      In the vast central and western Pacific Ocean, collection of comprehensive fisheries statistics is complicated by the large number of nations and territories governing the waters of the region and the prominence of highly ...
    • Small-scale fisheries of San Miguel Bay, Philippines: occupational and geographic mobility 

      Bailey, C. (1982)
      The possibility of raising incomes and standards of living among small-scale fishermen in much of the developing world is constrained by the limited nature of their fishery resources. In this report existing patterns and ...
    • Training courses in fish stock assessment: the past and the future 

      Venema, S.; Pauly, D. (1982)
      Ideally, all countries with major marine and/or inland capture fisheries should have a few scientists specialized in stock assessment techniques to lead research programs and to analyze the results for management and ...
    • The ICLARM Network of Tropical Fisheries Scientists 

      Munro, J.L.; Pauly, D. (1982)
      ICLARM is initiating the creation of an international Network of Tropical Fisheries Scientists to enhance communication between fisheries scientists working on aspects of management-oriented research. Basically, this would ...
    • Costs and earnings of mini trawlers 

      Tulay, E.; Smith, I.R. (1982)
      Mini trawlers are the smallest trawlers operating in San Miguel Bay, Philippines. This paper examines the costs and earnings of this type of gear and offers explanations for the high pure profits earned. Variations in catch ...
    • Studying single-species dynamics in a tropical multispecies context 

      Pauly, D. (1982)
      Some methods available for the study of the population dynamics of tropical fish are reviewed; emphasis is given to questions of growth, mortality and recruitment, and to relatively new approaches, such as aging by means ...
    • Implications for equity and management 

      Smith, I.R.; Mines, A.N. (1982)
      The economic efficiency and distribution of benefits from the fisheries of San Miguel Bay, Philippines are examined in this paper. The total annual value of catch from the Bay in 1980-1981 was estimated to be US6 million. ...
    • Catch and effort in the small-scale fisheries 

      Pauly, D.; Mines, A.N.; Navaluna, N.A. (1982)
      The gears used by the small scale fishermen of San Miguel Bay, Philippines, are presented and classified. Numbers around the Bay and catch per effort of the various gears are estimated along with their annual fishing effort. ...
    • Dilemma of the small-scale fishermen 

      Neal, R.A. (1982)
      Resource managers in many countries have not yet fully grasped the consequences of the fisheries dilemma now emerging in Southeast Asia. Official views often hold that abundant underutilized stocks still exist while in ...
    • Socioeconomics and small-scale fisheries 

      Balarin, J.D. (1982)
      Socioeconomic aspects of small-scale fisheries in southeast Asia are considered. Income levels in fisheries were generally found to be lower than comparable groups within the same community. Country differences occurred ...
    • Trawl fisheries in the Gulf of Thailand 

      Boonyubol, M.; Pramokchutima, S. (1982)
      The maximum sustainable yield of demersal fishery resources in the Gulf of Thailand to a depth of 50 m is estimated to be 750,000 tonnes. On this basis the Gulf has been overfished since 1973. There were over 4,000 trawlers ...