Small-scale fishers and the ecosystem-based management of fisheries and marine and coastal resources in Trat bay
This study report has an objective for use of its information in consultation on fisheries and marine and coastal resource management in Trat Bay using the approach of eco-based fisheries management linked economic and social aspects with resources to create balance in the use and care of resources. This study has a conceptual base that previous fisheries resource management that focused mainly economic development led to loss of balance between social and resource aspects. Although there is development of policy guidelines and relevant laws, they are unable to create balance in fisheries management. Therefore, this study gathers information on fisheries and favourable and obstructing factors to fisheries management in Trat Bay.
Faiz, Mohamed (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)The paper discusses the tuna fisheries in Maldives which dominates its fishing industry. Apart from a very strong domestic market, tuna is also the main export commodity of the country. Moreover, reef fisheries such as, ...
Nishioka, Yasumasa; Yamazaki, Tomeyoshi (Japan International Cooperation Agency, 1977)Presented in this paper is the development of fisheries industry in Thailand. The data on the production of the principal fisheries species and major fishing methods are also presented. Also included are the recommendations ...
Sour, Kim; Vuthy, Ros (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)Fisheries in plays a very important role in Cambodia’s national economic development. Total fish catch production in 1996 was 104 310 tones, about which 60% was contributed by inland capture fisheries, 30% by marine capture ...