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The artisanal marine fishing industry

Irene K. Odotei

The artisanal marine fishing industry

a historical overview

by Irene K. Odotei

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Published by Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana in Legon, Ghana .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ghana
    • Subjects:
    • Fisheries -- Ghana -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 78-79).

      Other titlesArtisanal marine fishing industry in Ghana
      StatementIrene K. Odotei.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSH315.G6 O36 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination97 p. :
      Number of Pages97
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3739416M
      ISBN 10998881500X
      LC Control Number2003408951
      OCLC/WorldCa55019079

        SANTIAGO, Jun 17 (IPS) - Millions of families on South America’s Pacific coast have long depended on artisanal fishing for a living. But they have been increasingly being pushed aside by the industrial fisheries that have made this region a major player in the global seafood industry. Australian Professional Fisherman. 26, likes 2, talking about this. Facebook page for the Australian Professional Fishing communityFollowers: 27K.

        One useful approach for predicting long-term impacts of the current outbreak is to divide the industry into categories based on the duration of fishing trips within the sector: Vessels that return to shore each day are common in small-scale or near-shore industrial fisheries and in artisanal fisheries throughout the developing world. To Members of the Maine Fishing Industry: Maine’s marine resources are a significant part of the history and culture of our state. Today, they remain a critical driver of the coastal economy, generating over a billion dollars in economic activity annually. The Maine Department of Marine .

      History. The fishing industry's total catch increased considerably in the late s, from , tons of marine fish caught in to , tons in In the yield was , tons, composed of , tons of marine varieties tons of freshwater fish from Lake Volta. The industry was hit by fuel shortages, inadequate storage facilities, and the general economic. Fishing was an essential source of food in Prehistory and became a commercial activity in Antiquity. Deep-sea fishing first emerged in the 15th century, but really took off with the arrival of steam boats in the 19th century. The more powerful trawlers were able to pull larger nets.


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The artisanal marine fishing industry by Irene K. Odotei Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Artisanal Fisheries Development component provided basic fisheries infrastructure at the 4 fish receiving sites, equipped with modern fishing related equipment and machinery such as ice plants, coldrooms, potable water supply etc.

aimed at improving fishing, handling and processing techniques as well as quality Size: KB. Written by Kevin Bailey, a marine fisheries biologist, Fishing Lessons is a small book with an urgent plea for readers, seafood consumers, and society in general to pay more attention to the Cited by: 1.

Mangi SC, Roberts CM () Quantifying the environmental impacts of artisanal fishing gear on Kenya's coral reef ecosystems. Marine Pollution Bulletin doi /bul [6] Goetze JS, Langlois TJ, Egli DP, Harvey ES () Evidence of artisanal fishing impacts and depth refuge in assemblages of Fijian reef fish.

Marine sub-sector This is divided into artisanal and industrial. (i) Artisanal: All artisanal fisheries in marine waters takes place within the territorial waters (12 nautical miles stretch).

The catch consists mostly of fin fish and to a small extent of shrimps. It is dominated by the artisanal fishers using poor crafts and fishing Size: 90KB. Artisanal fisheries in West Africa including the Gulf of Guinea are facing serious challenges due to the virtually open access nature of the industry and the fact that the natural resources supporting this industry are beginning to show serious signs of stress, linked to over-exploitation and natural environmental by: We mostly offer wild seafood from French Atlantic coast, sourced from artisanal fishing.

We only import on order basis and don’t carry any stock. We work in direct with small fisheries in France, in Brittany. We have a % traceability thanks to that, from the boat to the final customer.

Fishing is the second highest non-oil export industry in Nigeria, and pirate attacks on fishing trawlers have reached the point that many fishing boat captains refuse to sail.

Nigeria stands to lose up to US$ million in export earnings due to piracy threats to its fisheries (George, ). According to a report by the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Sustainable Fisheries Management Project (SFMP) on the ‘status of Ghana’s small pelagic stocks published inthe marine fishing industry provides direct employment to overartisanal fishermen andfish processors and traders spread across landing sites in all four coastal Author: Kennedy Tetteh.

Artisan fishing uses traditional fishing techniques such as rod and tackle, fishing arrows and harpoons, cast nets, and small (if any) traditional fishing boats. Artisan fishing may be undertaken for both commercial and subsistence reasons. Though many countries collect data on commercial marine fisheries and on fish exports, catches by artisanal and part-time or occasional fisherfolk often go unrecorded.

The status of inland fisheries is also much more difficult to assess than marine fisheries, as fishing is often practiced in remote locations by poor small-scale Cited by: 6.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Odotei, Irene K. Artisanal marine fishing industry. Legon, Ghana: Institute of African Studies. The fishing industry The marine fishing industry in Ghana has three sectors: inshore fishing by small-scale, artisanal fishing using traditional wooden dugout canoes; the semi-industrial small-sized inshore trawlers, and the deep sea industrial fleet made up of large trawlers.

There aroundfishermen in Ghana. The GhanaFile Size: KB. The marine fishing industry in Gh ana consists of three main sectors, namely, small scale (or artisanal), semi-industrial (or inshore) and indu strial : Daniel Bruce Sarpong.

In Fishing Lessons, Kevin M. Bailey captains a voyage through the deep history and present course of this sea change—a change that has seen species depleted, ecosystems devastated, and artisanal fisheries transformed into a global industry afloat with Brand: University of Chicago Press.

Artisanal fishers use various fishing gears, such as basket and fence traps, wooden spears, and gillnets operated from small to medium size fishing crafts and vessels. Most studies in Kenya have focused on the socioeconomic role and impacts of artisanal fisheries have been based on small and medium pelagic fisheries [ 26, 27 ].

Untilthe Omani fishing industry was only artisanal. Inan industrial fishery was launched, after fishing agreements between Oman and other countries were signed (Morgan ). Thus, from totwo sectors co-existed in Oman: artisanal/coastal (or ‘traditional’) and industrial fishing FAO (; Alhabsi et Size: KB.

aquaculture artisan fishermen ban period boat owners CMFRI bulletin coastal Cochin Colva conservation consumer consumer's rupee country crafts Daman and Diu depletion Directorate of Fisheries Diu Marine Fishing exploitation facilities fish catch fish in Goa fish marketing fish production fish resources fish stocks Fisheries Development.

The small-scale artisanal marine fishing communities generally contribute a significant portion of the traditional sector s in each community belong to a fisher association, which is an organized structure for addressing members’ collective needs and for relating with relevant government agencies and other industry stakeholders.

Small-scale artisanal fishery accounts for the majority of fish catch produced by more than 43 fishermen in the country, mainly operating in shallow waters within the continental shelf, using.

In42% of total number of fishermen is artisanal using fishing vessels with outboard engine or no engine and there w licensed fishing vessels. The main fishing gears used in marine capture fisheries were trawl and purse seine (Figure 5) which produce up to 70% of marine fish landings.

The fishing industry includes any industry or activity concerned with taking, culturing, processing, preserving, storing, transporting, marketing or selling fish or fish products. It is defined by the Food and Agriculture Organization as including recreational, subsistence and commercial fishing, and the harvesting, processing, and marketing sectors.

The commercial activity is aimed at the delivery of fish .Development of the artisanal fishery sector, including marine and inland fisheries, through fostering sustainable and responsible fishing activities, by assisting in the creation of cooperatives and in fund raising for fishing gear and support infrastructure, as well as by providing advice and training on management of fisheries.There follows systematic evaluation of types of fisheries - mixed, High Seas, deep water, recreational, and small scale and artisanal.

Particular impacts are then dealt with, including illegal fishing,trawling, Marine Protected Areas, and ecosystem impacts. The book concludes with an assessment of the current status of by: