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Beach-seining fishery in Sri Lanka

Photo credit: Mahanamanam Geeganga Gamage Gunasena (Sri Lanka) Description: Mahanamanam Geeganga Gamage Gunasen and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) The inserted picture shows the beach seine fishing which is a kind of traditional fishing practice used in coastal fishery. The net is long about 500m which can cover about 2 ha of …

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Climate change in Sri Lanka

Owner of the report:: P.A.Madushanka (Sri Lanka) http://fishconsult.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Climate-change-in-Sri-Lanka.pdf A permission has been granted to publish the report on this site

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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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Jellyfish processing and export in SriLanka

Photo credit:Tim Huntington (UK) Technical review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)           This jellyfish resource remains un-utilized for many years until an emerging demand on jellyfish showed up and led to a significant activity in SriLanka within a relatively short time. In order to meet the increasing demand, …

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Traditional Stilt fishing in Sri Lanka

Image credit: D. S. K. Pitigala and Ananda sugathapala (SriLanka)         Text: Abdel Rahman El Gamal Background: the “stilt fishing” or ritipanna is a tradition fishing technique which is practiced especially around the towns of Kathaluwa and Ahangama, Sri Lanka. Historically, stilt fishing in Sri Lanka started after the Second World War when …

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