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Fish smoking and drying research, University of Burundi

Credit: Alain Murekambanze (Burundi) This photo shows a gentle who is carrying out research on the smoking and drying of Lake Tanganyika sprat (Stolothrissa tanganicae). This fish species belongs to Clupediae family which is endemic to the Lake Tanganyika. This research project is managed by the Department of Water, Fisheries and Aquaculture, University of Burundi, Bujumbura. …

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A fish smoker (Chorkor) in Burundi

Credit: Alain Murekambanze (Burundi) This photo shows a “chorkor” oven which got its name from a fishing village and a neighborhood in the city of Accra, part of the Accra Metropolitan Area, Ghana.  Chorkor This oven is used to smoke different species of fish. This particular “chorkor” belongs to the Department of water, fisheries and …

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Artisanal fishery in the Siiru Dam, Wa West District, Ghana

Credit: Grace Charway (Ghana) This is also capture fisheries in the Siiru dam in the Wa West District of the Upper West Region of Ghana. This dam has a surface area of 65 ha and it is the largest dam in the whole of the Upper West Region of Ghana. This shows a fisherman harvesting …

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Marketing of smoked Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in Busia, Uganda

Credit:Eugene Eges Smoked Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) on a fish stall in Busia Fish market in Busia Uganda  photo taken on 3dr Februery 2012 by Eugene Eges Note:We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its clarity. However, we trust you will notify us if you wish to use a picture …

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Fish Preservation through smoking and sun-drying in Nepal

Credit: Deepak Bhusal (Nepal) Sometime fishermen capture fish in quantities beyond what could be marketed in fresh form. In order to preserve extra fish from spoilage, smoking and sun-drying are the methods practiced whereas fishermen used to smoke fish in the fishing spot. Generally, such methods of preservation apply to high value and big fishes …

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