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Fisheries co-management: a worldwide, collaborative research project
There is a need for rapid and substantial evolution of existing fisheries management systems in developing countries to support sustainable resource use. it is unlikely that local communities can accomplish this change on ...
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 ...
Caribbean marine protected areas project: the role of marine protected areas in fisheries management and biodiversity conservation in coral reef ecosystems: final technical report to the United Kingdom Department for International Development
The purpose of this project has been to address the issue of decreased catch rates and declining income per unit of fishing effort in Jamaica's artisanal fisheries. This is an issue that is not unique to Jamaica. It is ...
Social science information systems for small-scale fisheries management and development in Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand
In this report the regular data collection systems of the Departments of Fisheries and other government or quasi-government institutions such as marketing and development agencies are first described (Section VI). Most of ...
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 ...