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    • Costs and returns of stationary gears 

      Supanga, N.C.; Smith, I.R. (1982)
      Type: Book Chapter
      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 ...
    • Uniform tuna catch statistics in the Central and Western Pacific 

      South Pacific Commission (1982)
      Type: Journal Article
      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 ...
    • Costs and earnings of mini trawlers 

      Tulay, E.; Smith, I.R. (1982)
      Type: Book Chapter
      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 ...
    • The fishes and their ecology 

      Pauly, D. (1982)
      Type: Report
      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 ...
    • The research site, data collection and methods of analysis 

      Smith, I.R.; Mines, A.N.; Beñacia, G. (1982)
      Type: Book Chapter
      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 ...
    • Studying single-species dynamics in a tropical multispecies context 

      Pauly, D. (1982)
      Type: Book Chapter
      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 ...
    • A method to estimate the stock recruitment relationship of shrimps 

      Pauly, D. (1982)
      Type: Journal Article
      A procedure is proposed by which recruit numbers and parental biomass of shrimps stocks can be derived, given a series of catch per effort data and estimates of a few ancillary variables. In the Gulf of Thailand, shrimp ...
    • Training courses in fish stock assessment: the past and the future 

      Venema, S.; Pauly, D. (1982)
      Type: Journal Article
      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 ...
    • Some simple methods for the assessment of tropical fish stocks 

      Pauly, D. (1983)
      Type: Report
      This selection of methods is based on lecture notes used at a FAO/DANIDA training course held in Mombasa, Kenya, in May-June 1980. The methods presented are: regression and correlation, estimation of growth parameters from ...
    • An Asian Fisheries Forum 

      Maclean, J.L. (1983)
      Type: Journal Article
      Planning is underway for regular con-ferences of Asian fisheries scientists. Given the present level of interest, an Asian Fisheries Society may be formed in the near future. Within Southeast Asia, there has often been ...
    • The ICLARM Fisheries Social Science Research Network 

      Lockwood, B. (1983)
      Type: Journal Article
      Recently, the parallel interests of ICLARM and the International Develop¬ment Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada came together in a joint decision to set up and fund the Fisheries Social Science Research Network. Both ICLARM ...
    • A Japanese fishing joint venture: worker experience and national development in the Solomon Islands 

      Meltzoff, S.K.; LiPuma, E.S. (1983)
      Type: Report
      Development of marine resources, especially tuna, is the key to national development for many newly-independent states of the South Pacific. They have industrialized fishing through joint ventures-collaborations between ...
    • Silliman University marine laboratory: a commitment to marine research 

      Khan, S.Z. (1983)
      Type: Journal Article
      An historical account of the establishment of the Silliman University Marine Laboratory is given in this article.
    • Aquatic weeds: both harmful and beneficial 

      Andam, C.J. (1983)
      Type: Journal Article
      This article takes a brief look at both the harmful and beneficial effects of aquatic weeds.
    • Application of length-based stock assessments to Kuwait's fish stocks 

      Morgan, G.R. (1983)
      Type: Journal Article
      This article examines the suitability of length-based methods for providing regular assessments of the stocks of the more important commercial fish species in Kuwait. To date, comparisons of age-based and length-based methods ...
    • A mechanism for the juvenile-to-adult transition in fishes 

      Pauly, D. (1984)
      Type: Journal Article
      The mechanisms used by physiologists and fishery biologists to explain why fish become mature are shown to be wanting. The hypothesis is presented that diminishing oxygen supply per unit weight serves in growing fish as ...
    • International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management: [brochure] 

      International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (1984)
      Type: Brochure
      A brochure on the aims and mission of ICLARM in 1984.
    • Note on observations of daily rings on otoliths of deepwater snappers 

      Brouard, F.; Grandperrin, R.; Kulbicki, M.; Rivaton, J. (1984)
      Type: Report
      To encourage the development of deep-sea fishing in Vanuatu, the Office de la Recherche Scien-tifique et Technique d'Outre Mer (ORSTOM) is studying growth in some of the major species: Erelis carbunculus, E. coruscans, ...
    • Artificial Reef Project, Thailand 

      Munro, J.L.; Polovina, J.J. (1984)
      Type: Report
      A review of the fishery in the Gulf of Thailand is presented which notes that the current level of trawling effort is excessive and suggests that a substantially lower trawling effort would probably improve the total ...
    • The Asian Fisheries Society 

      Anon. (1984)
      Type: Journal Article
      A brief account is given of the Asian Fisheries Society and its objectives regarding promotion of interaction and cooperation in fisheries research and development, and also establishment of national fisheries societies ...