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Bioeconomics of the Philippine small pelagics fishery
Time series analysis of catch and effort data in the Philippines small pelagics fishery resulted in a level of biological and economic overexploitation. Open-access equilibrium has been reached at 410,000 hp representing ...
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 ...
Fisheries co-management in Asia: phase 1 project report
In 1994, the International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM) in Manila, Philippines and the Institute for Fisheries Management (IFM) at the North Sea Centre in Hirtshals, Denmark, in collaboration ...
The management systems of marine fisheries and other coastal resources in Palawan, Philippines: concepts, experiences and lessons
The marine waters surrounding the Palawan islandgroups are considered the richest fishing grounds in the Philippines. The largest and most intact assemblage of marine habitats, particularly coral reefs and mangroves, are ...