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Building capacity for fisheries research and policy: lessons learned from the Asian fisheries social science research network
The Asian Fisheries Social Science Research Network (AFSSRN) was a long-term effort to build social science research capacity for fi sheries and marine resources in Southeast Asia. The history of the Network is reviewed. ...
Fisheries management of San Salvador Island, Philippines: a shared responsibility
Type: Journal Article
The authors discuss how the fisher community and the government shared responsibility over time for regenerating and conserving fishery resources in San Salvador Island, Philippines, and rose above the obstacles associated ...
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 ...
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 in Southeast Asia: challenges and opportunities
Type: Conference Paper
This chapter highlights the important role of fisheries in providing livelihoods, trade and food security in the Southeast Asian region. It addresses the problem of decreasing fisheries and marine biodiversity and discusses ...
Managing overcapacity in small-scale fisheries
Type: Book Chapter
The purpose of this chapter is to present and discuss the concept and assessment of over capacity in small-scale marine fisheries, and the appropriate and integrated approaches to facilitating the removal of overcapacity. ...