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Tag: fish quality

Nov 01 2015

Watching fish harvest in a fish pond in Campo Viera (Argentine)

Photo credit: Herman Hennig (Argentine) Description: Herman Henning and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)         This photo shows a Fish harvest in a fish pond during which neighbors go to witness the harvest process and buy their needs of fish. The considerable large crowd indicates that there was an …

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Nov 01 2013

Role of middlemen in fish trade in Gambia

Credit: Peter K Mendy (Gambia) The two photos show the middlemen with their bicycles or motorbikes at the Tanji landing site. These middlemen buy small quantity of pelagic fish such as bonga, Ethmolosa fimbriata and sardinella for selling it in nearby villages located about 5-15 km from the landing site. During the trip, fish are …

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Permanent link to this article: http://fishconsult.org/?p=9731

Oct 10 2013

Development and outlook of Egyptian aquaculture – updated 2013 version

This review addresses the following issues: Contribution of aquaculture to total fishery over an extended period of time Mode of aquaculture development in Egypt starting by historic information Aquaculture development and natural resources (land and water) Aquaculture practices in relation to the limitation of natural resources (intensification, integration, rotation) Production basket focusing on tilapia Aquaculture …

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Permanent link to this article: http://fishconsult.org/?p=9455

Nov 23 2012

Fish routing from the fishing boat to the landing site in Lake Nasser (Egypt)

The two photos show the fishing boats and carrier (messenger) boats. The fishermen wait for the arrival of the messenger boat which carries their requirements of living supplies as well as the ice. The messenger boat continues its trip to serve other fishing boats.  Once the ice is in place, the fishermen begin their fishing …

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