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Some considerations for the management of coastal lagoon and estuarine fisheries

James M Kapetsky

Some considerations for the management of coastal lagoon and estuarine fisheries

by James M Kapetsky

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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishery management

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James M. Kapetsky
    SeriesFAO fisheries technical paper -- no. 218, FAO fisheries technical paper -- no. 218
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 47 p. :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14432283M
    ISBN 109251011362

    In book: Estuarine Ecology, pp Management of Coastal Lagoon Fisheries. Article. There is some evidence that coastal marine systems generally maintain a larger standing crop of. Ocean & Coastal Management is the leading international journal dedicated to the study of all aspects of ocean and coastal management from the global to local levels.. We publish rigorously peer-reviewed manuscripts from all disciplines, and inter-/trans-disciplinary and co-designed research, but all submissions must make clear the relevance to management and/or governance issues relevant to.

    Garcia, S. and LeReste, L. () Life cycles, dynamics, exploitation and management of coastal penaeid shrimp stock. FAO Fish. Tech. Paper , pp. Google Scholar Groen, C.L. and Schmulbach, J.C. () The sport fishery of the unchannelized and channelized middle Missouri River. Keta Lagoon, also called Anlo-Keta lagoon, is the largest of the over 90 lagoons that cover the km stretch of the coastline of Ghana. This lagoon is km in length. It is located in the eastern coast of Ghana and separated from the Gulf of Guinea by a narrow strip of sandbar. This open salty water is surrounded by flood plains and mangrove swamps.

    Get this from a library! Management of coastal lagoon fisheries and aquaculture in Italy. [G D Ardizzone; S Cataudella; R Rossi; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.] -- The report includes an inventory and characterization of the Italian coastal lagoons, their environmental characteristics, exploited species, fishing gears, kinds of management and yields obtained. The resulting book, perhaps more than any other symposium proceed­ ings on estuaries and wetlands, attempts to review important pro­ cesses and place them in a modeling context. There is also a distinct applied tinge to a number of the contributions since some of the research studies were motivated by environmental assessments.


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Some considerations for the management of coastal lagoon and estuarine fisheries by James M Kapetsky Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Some considerations for the management of coastal lagoon and estuarine fisheries. [James M Kapetsky; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.] -- Management of artisanal fisheries in coastal lagoons and estuaries is treated in three broad categories -- regulatory management, non-regulatory management, and interactions between fisheries or.

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS ON THE MANAGEMENT OF COASTAL LAGOON AND ESTUARINE FISHERIES. The general thrust of the first part of this chapter has been to call attention to a variety of lagoon fishery management problems and to present a number of regulatory and non-regulatory fishery management options as possible solutions to these problems.

Some considerations for the management of coastal lagoon and estuarine fisheries. By J.M. Kapetsky and FIR. Abstract. Job numbers added acc. to DOCREP assignmen Topics: M01, ESTUARINE FISHERIES, FISHERY MANAGEMENT Author: J.M.

Kapetsky and FIR. Some Perspectives on the Regulatory Management of Coastal Lagoon and Estuarine Fisheries. The examples presented above have illustrated a variety of perceived needs and some applications of different kinds and combinations of regulatory management techniques for a number of coastal lagoon and estuarine fisheries.

Gopalakrishnan, V., The biology of the Hooghly-Matlah estuarine system (West bengal, India) with special reference to its fisheries. 13(2)– Gopalakrishnan, V., Management of estuarine fisheries - a coordinated plan of.

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Harris, in Encyclopedia of Ecology (Second Edition), Coastal lagoons are estuarine basins where freshwater inflows are trapped behind coastal dune systems, sand spits, or barrier islands which impede exchange with the ocean.

They are most frequent in regions where freshwater inflows to the coast are small or seasonal, so that exchange with the ocean may not occur for months or years. Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Fisheries Catches from Coastal Lagoons Fish Population Dynamics and its Four Factors Management of Lagoon‐Estuarine Fisheries Discussion.

Coastal lagoons present a great variety of dimensions, f sq m to 10, sq km (Lagoa dos Patos, Brazil). The largest in the Mediterranean Sea is the Lagoon of Venice ( sq km), while in the Baltic Sea the largest is the Curonian lagoon is 1, sq. The coastal lagoons are often confused with estuaries.

An atoll lagoon is normally a circular coral reef or a string of coral islands which surround a lagoon. Atoll lagoons are always much deeper than coastal lagoons and occasionally could have depths of about 65 feet deep.

These include fisheries, climate change, coastal megacities, evolving human-nature interactions, remediation measures, and integrated coastal management. The problems faced by half of the world living near coasts are truly a worldwide challenge as well as an opportunity for scientists to study commonalities and differences and provide solutions.

FAO. Non-regulatory management of lagoon and estuarine fisheries. In: Kapetsky, J.M., Some considerations for the management of coastal lagoon and estuarine fisheries. Food and Agriculture Organization of The United Nations, Rome, Italy.

FAO Fisheries Technical Paper, () p. The contributed papers in this book provide research undertaken in estuarine systems of Mexico and Central America that aim to provide a scientific basis for proper estuarine management. The book is divided in three parts that cover topics associated with fisheries management and regulations: physicochemical studies, ecological studies and.

Lagoons in the heavily populated, semi-arid coastal zone of the Southern Mediterranean Region exemplify the conflict between human utilisation of water and related resources and aquatic ecosystems.

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FISHERIES IN LAGOON-ESTUARINE ECOSYSTEMS Some factors leading to this nearly log-normal distri- (Gunter, ). TABLE Fisheries yields of coastal lagoons (all groups included) as compared with the yields of other aquatic ecosystems Yields (t/km2/year) Systems Median Mean n Coastal lagoons   Marine Policy 18 (4) Small-scale coastal fisheries and co- management K.

Kuperan and Nik Mustapha Raja Abdullah The article discusses the problems and issues in planning and management of small-scale coastal fisheries. The appropriateness of co-management or community-based management in the South-east Asian region are examined.

Read the latest articles of Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Higher biomass of coastal fishes will occur when lagoon-estuarine habitat space is available and accessible.

of fish populations from growth data and food conversion experiments. Fisheries Bulle Phleger, F.B. Some general features of coastal lagoons. In Coastal lagoons, a symposium (Ayala-Castaiiares, A. and Phleger, F.B.

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