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View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report: Komave and Navola Report
Author(s): Research Division
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management; Fishery resources
Country Collection: Fiji

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report: Cevai
Author(s): Research Division
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management; Fishery resources
Country Collection: Fiji

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report : Naboutini Report
Author(s): Research Division
Place: Lami, Fiji
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management; Fishery resources
Country Collection: Fiji
Abstract: Development along the Coral Coast such as building of resorts and logging for timber dentrimentally affects the ecology of the coastal and marine ecoysystems but at the same time bring in monetary benefits to the resource owners. Naboutini village belongs to theyavusa o Burenitu and much of their revenue comes from logging and toursim.

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report : Nakawakawa, Nakorotiki & Daria
Author(s): Research Division
Place: Lami, Fiji
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management; Fishery resources
Country Collection: Fiji
Abstract: The marine resource inventory survey of the I Kanakana of Daria, Nakorotiki and Nakawakawa in the vanua o Wainunu was conducted in September 2004.

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report: Serua Island Report
Author(s): Research Division
Place: Lami, Fiji
ASFA Keywords: Marine parks; Marine resources; Fishery management
Country Collection: Fiji
Abstract: Marine Resource Inventory Survey of Serua Island qoliqoli was conducted from 9th to 20th August 2003. The Serua Island I qoliqoli extend from Yarawa Bay to Yarawa Passage then continues to run the length of the reef system on a southwest direction unti it reaches Sanumua Passage. The survey was conducted to determine the status of the inshore marine resources, document the quality and quantity of targeted resources then assist in developing a commuity based management plan, before the ownership is reverted to the traditional indigenous custodians.

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report : Vanuabalavu
Author(s): Research Division
Place: Lami, Fiji
ASFA Keywords: Marine parks; Marine resources; Fishery management
Country Collection: Fiji

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report: Yavusa Nabukebuke I Qoliqoli Veivatuloa and Lobau. Draft Report
Author(s): Research Division
ASFA Keywords: Fishery data; Fishery resources; Fishery protection
Country Collection: Fiji
Abstract: This report is based on the marine resource inventory survey was conducted on the 27th to the 29th of September, 2006 on the I qoliqoli of Yavusa Nabukebuke. The I qoliqoli covers an area of approximately 2.29737 miles or 59201883km

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Inventory Survey Report : Tikina Mualevu i Qoliqoli, Vanuabalavu, Northern Lau
Author(s): Research Division
Place: Lami, Fiji
Notes: The main objective of the Marine Resource Inventory Survey was to gather baseline biological, ecological and socio economic information in which to determine the current status of the surveyed I qoliqoli and threat to their integrity.
ASFA Keywords: Fishery surveys; Fishery management; Fishery protection
Country Collection: Fiji
Abstract: The Marine Resource Inventory Survey was conducted in September 2007 and the main objective was to assess the status of the marine resources and then formulate an ecosystem based management plan with the resource owners.

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Inventory Survey Report : Vanua o Navakavu i Qoliqoli
Author(s): Research Division
Place: Lami, Fiji
Notes: The main objective of the Marine Resource Inventory Survey is to provide a cooperative framework for promoting and facilitating the sustainable management of the marine resources of all the I qoliqoli in Fiji.
ASFA Keywords: Fishery surveys; Fishery resources; Fishery protection
Country Collection: Fiji
Abstract: The Fisheries Resource Inventory Survey of Navakavu was conducted in July, 2009 and was done over a period of two weeks, during which biological surveys as well as socio-economic surveys were conducted.

View the PDF document Fishery resource inventory survey report : Komo, Nayau and Moce (Central Lau) - marine biodiversity assessment. Draft Report
Author(s): Research Division
Notes: The main objective of gathering information from marine resource inventory assessment is to allow the Department of Fisheries to understand the status of resources such as health productivity and bio-diversities and also the existing problems that subsist within the qoliqoli surveyed.
ASFA Keywords: Fishery surveys; Fishery resources; Fishery protection
Country Collection: Fiji
Abstract: This report is based on the marine resource inventory survey that was conducted on the 10th to the 25th of September, 2008 on the I qoloqoli of YavusaKomo, Komo Yavusa Delaimatuku, Moce and Yavusa Maumi, Devobalavu and Liku of Nayau, Lau.

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