Tag: fishery resources

Country report – Armenia (2008)

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Country report – Sri Lanka (2014)

Owner of the report: Ruchira Amaraweera (Sri Lanka) Ruchira Amaraweera gave the permission to publish the country report on this site As typical country reports, this report addresses general information on Sri Lanka including history, culture, natural resources whereas the focus was given to fishery resources. The contribution of fishery resources has been highlighted ending …

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Peruvian Amazon: Fishery background

Credit: Wilder Rodrìguez Arteaga (Peru) Fish consumption in Peru as measured in per capita consumption is the highest (~ 20 kg / year). There are over 200 fish species which represent a source of protein. However, only ~ 50 are sold in local markets. The most exploited species for aquaculture include: Piaractus brachipomus “paco”  –  Prochilodus …

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Inland fishery and aquaculture in Thailand

Credit: Proyrat Chaowajaroenpong and Ong-art Kumprasert (Thailand) The major inland water bodies available for freshwater fishery development and aquaculture include 66 rivers, 10,233 lakes, 685 reservoirs and man-made lakes. The total water surface of 566,400 ha. Fish catch from inland fishery amounted 230,000 tons in 2008 of the value of 710,000 U$. Thai inland fishery plays …

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Fishery resources of Umiam Lake, Meghalaya, (India)

Credit: Nantinora Kharbuli (India) This is a small Reservoir in the state of Meghalaya, India . The water area of the reservoir is 500 hectares and its main purpose is to generate electricity. It is situated on the North Eastern part of India and is one of the tourist spots of the state .It is about …

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