2 edition of Socio-economic data base on African fisheries found in the catalog.
Socio-economic data base on African fisheries
F.A.O. microfiche no. 89W00954-E.
|Statement||prepared by Alain Bonzon and Benoi t Horemans.|
|Series||FAO fisheries circular -- no.810|
|Contributions||Horemans, Benoi t.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiches :|
> A socio-economic analysis of artisanal fisheries in north ea A socio-economic analysis of artisanal fisheries in north east Nigeria Research output: Book/Report › BookCited by: 4. AN INSTITUTIONAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC, AND LEGAL ANALYSIS OF FISHERIES CO-MANAGEMENT AND REGULATION IN THE GULF OF NICOYA, COSTA RICA by Alejandro García Lozano Florida International University, Miami, Florida Professor Joel T. Heinen, Major Professor Marine Areas for Responsible Artisanal Fishing (AMPR) have emerged as a .
1. The paper reports a synthetic analysis of data produced by the “National Observatory for monitoring techno-economic data of the fishing fleet and the evaluation of socio-economic parameters”. The aim of the study is to provide the OECD Committee for Fisheries with a snapshot of national and regional fisheries analysed by processing. The Socio-Economic Impacts of Sustainable Fisheries There are currently no direct data available on the number of jobs or amount of income that could be generated in the US if retired oil and gas platforms were utilized for alternative energy sources or marine aquaculture in the Gulf of Mexico. Data do exist, however for similar activities in File Size: KB. Data relevant to the coronavirus pandemic, drawn from the World Bank’s data catalog and other authoritative sources. Data on Statistical Capacity The World Bank’s Statistical Capacity Indicator is a composite score assessing the capacity of a country’s statistical system.
Though the fishers are migratory, they return to base at the end of the fishing season that warranted their movement. However, the Ghanaian fishers perpetually settle in Nigeria and visit home (Ghana) when the need arises. The study is aimed at establishing the similarities or otherwise between the fisheries socio-economic characteristics of the. Keywords:artisanal fishing, fisheries, households, Nigeria, socio-economic analysis. I. INTRODUCTION igeria is blessed with inland water, brackish water, and marine water fisheries resources. On the basis of her resources, fisheries can be broadly classified into: Artisanal fisheries (85%), industrial fisheries (14%), and culture fisheries (1%)File Size: KB. Project report submitted to University Grants Commission, New Delhi, Western Regional Office, Pune. Lanka L. e ():The socio-economic study of fishermen community from Jawaharlal Nehru tank of Nipani city of Belgum district. Karnataka Jour. of fisheries and aquatic biology vol. (5)
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The WorldFish Center. Project Report 1. What is socio-economic impact assessment? 5 1. Scoping 8 2. Download pdf profiling and identifying who will be impacted 10 3. Assessing direct impacts 11 (1) Secondary data analysis of existing data sources 11 (2) Primary data collection such as surveys and focus groups 12 4.
Assessing flow-on impacts 14 (1) Regional profiling 14File Size: KB.Socio-Economics of Artisanal Fisheries Conclusions and Recommendations Artisanal fisheries in West Ebook including the Gulf of Guinea have undergone major developments in the past two decades in relation to technology and the expansion of markets, which have had a direct impact on the socio-economic conditions of fisheries by: