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    • Seaweed farming as alternative income for small-scale fishermen: a case study 

      Smith, I.R.; Pestaño-smith, R. (1980)
      Type: Conference Paper
      If access to a fully exploited fishery resources remains open, the development of alternative or supplementary income sources offers the best hope for raising incomes in fishing communities. This paper presents a case study ...
    • Anthropologist conducts study of skipjack tuna fisheries in Solomon Islands 

      Meltzoff, S.K. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      The working together of the Solomon Islands and Japan on tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis ) industrialization requires cooperation and mutual trust. This must be based on an understanding of history and everchanging socioeconomic ...
    • A fishing community's response to seaweed farming 

      Smith, I.R.; Smith, R.P. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      The transition of a fishing community of Hingotanan, Philippines, from almost exclusive dependance on capturefishing to extensive involvement in seaweed (Eucheuma species) farming is described.
    • The road to Mangkok: achieving equitable distribution of benefits from small-scale fisheries development 

      Bailey, C. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      Small-scale capture fisheries in many less-developed countries are important both as labor-intensive sources of employment and as the major source of fish within these countries. Nonetheless, communities of such fishermen ...
    • The fisheries of Lake Qarum, Egypt 

      Ishak, M.M. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      An account of the fisheries in the Lake Qarun, Egypt is described in this article. As the salinity of the water increased through the years, Lake Qarun experienced significant ecological effects on its fauna and flora. The ...
    • Fish behavior and its use in the capture and culture of fishes 

      Bardach, J.E.; Magnuson, J.J.; May, R.C.; Reinhart, J.M. (eds.) (1980)
      Type: Conference Proceedings
      The book deals with the utility of information on behaviour and physiology in the management of fisheries. Papersin the book are grouped into 3 categories: 1) those that apply to the manipulation of fish behaviour essentially ...
    • Capture and culture fisheries in Chinese lakes 

      Dela Cruz, C.R. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      Chinese freshwater resources contribute significantly to the country's fish supply. A brief account of the fish cultivation techniques in some of the lakes visited by the Philippine Study Team in May 1980 is presented. The ...
    • Research and development of Indian reservoir fisheries 

      Natarajan, A.V. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      Reservoir resources and the status of fishery development in India is discussed. The current situation regardingresearch on reservoir ecosystems and fishery resources management is considered, and the ecosystem-oriented ...
    • Fisheries development in ASEAN countries 

      Hongskul, V. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      Recent statistics on fisheries production of the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) member countriesindicated significant development during the period 1972-1977. The fisheries resource evaluation and aquaculture ...
    • The contribution of coral reef fisheries to Philippine fisheries production 

      Murdy, E.O.; Ferraris, C.J., Jr. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      The importance of coral reef systems to coastal fishery resources in the Philippines has become a focal point in certain government planning and research activities. Estimates of the contribution of reefs to the total fisheries ...
    • Customary law and the evolution of coastal zone management 

      Alexander, P. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      Although fisheries production in the Indo-Pacific has markedly increased, employment opportunities have diminished, social inequalities have been exacerbated and peasant fishing households have been further impoverished. ...
    • Mollusc fisheries in Thailand 

      Anon. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      Shellfish production in Thailand has ranged between 50,000 and 300,000 mt over the past twenty years, with recent production around 120,000 mt/yr. Major species are green (Perna viridis ) and horse mussels (Modiolus ...
    • Brackishwater fisheries research in Thailand 

      Anon. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      The work carried out by some of the brackishwater research stations in Thailand is described. The activities of these stations have 2 outstanding features: 1) the crustacean and finfish species are broadly similar for most ...
    • Fish stock assessment in coral reefs: notes on the state of the art 

      Pauly, D. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      Coral reefs may produce as much as 10% of the annual world fish catch. Yet, very little investigation has been done on the biology of coral reef fishes, so that we know little about their growth rates and mortalities, vital ...
    • Towards economic management of fisheries in China 

      Qian, X.; Han, F.; He, H. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      This articles examines the progress and the problems of the fishery resources management in China.
    • Do trawling bans work in tropical waters? 

      Saeger, J. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      The biological effect of fishing bans in tropical waters is considered. In the Philippines, the Samar Sea was closed to trawlers in November 1976; a fishery survey was carried out to monitor possible changes in the fish ...
    • Effects of reservoirs on River Nile fisheries 

      Ishak, M.M. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      The catch-effort relationship of the River Nile is Complicated by such factors as changes in water level and hydrology as well as spawning movements of the fish, which result in uneven distribution of the fish and fishing. ...
    • The athu kotu (brush park) fishery of Sri Lanka 

      Senanayake, F.R. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      The fishermen of the mangrove estuaries of western Sri Lanka have evolved a system of fishing that creates an artificial mangrove habitat. It consists of a pile of mangrove brushwood being placed in the shallows of the ...
    • Improving fishing incomes when resources are overfished 

      Smith, I.R. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      Despite increased evidence of overfishing of coastal and inland resources in the Indo-Pacific region, government fisheries development programmes, for the most part, retain their 'production' orientation. Using the familiar ...
    • Acadjas: the brush park fisheries of Benin, West Africa 

      Welcomme, R.L.; Kapetsky, J.K. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      Fishing installations consisting of branches of trees, bushes or other soft vegetation stuck into the muddy bottoms of lagoons, lakes or rivers, are common throughout the world. Collectively, these may be termed "brush ...