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Successful Fisheries Management

Issues, Case Studies, Perspectives

More than eighty percent of the world’s fish population lives in fisheries. At the same time, nearly three-quarters of the world’s most important fish species face extinction due to overfishing and environmental contamination. Successful Fisheries Management explores the possibilities for effective and sustainable fisheries management across the globe. Seven case studies examine both the successes and failures of fisheries from India to Australia to Senegal. Experts in their field, the contributors offer their audience a unique and absolutely essential examination of international fisheries management.

240 pages | 5 illustrations | 6 x 9 | © 2005

Earth Sciences: Environment

Economics and Business: Business--Business Economics and Management Studies


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Table of Contents

Preface
T. Bostock
 
Overview
S. Cunningham
 
Success in Fisheries Management:  A Review of the Literature
E. Bennett
 
Management of the Pacific Halibut Fishery
J.M. Gates
 
The Experience of the Mauritanian Fish Trading Company (SMCP) in the Management of the Fisheries Sector in Mauritania
S. Cunningham, S. Iyaye and D. Zeine
 
Co-Management and Community Based Fisheries Management Initiatives in Shetland
J. Goodlad
 
Traditional Community-Based Management Systems (TCBMS) in Two Fishing Villages in East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India
V. Salagrama
 
Self Regulation of Senegalese Artisanal Fisheries:  a case study of Kayar
S. Alioune and J. Catanzano
 
The Namibian Hake Fishery
P. Manning
 
The Australian Northern Prawn Fishery
I. Cartwright
 
Conclusions:  Factors for Success in Fisheries Managment
S. Cunningham

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