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View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report: Komave and Navola Report
Author(s): Research Division
Date: 2006
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management; Fishery resources

View the PDF document 10-Year Strategic Development Plan Makogai: An integrated centre
Author(s): Research Division, Department of Fisheries
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries and Forests
Place: Suva (Fiji)
ASFA Keywords: Fishery development, Fishery resources

View the PDF document 4-month ban (June thru September) on fishing, sale and export of all grouper(kawakawa) and coral trout(donu)
Author(s): Ministry of Fisheries
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries
Place: Suva (Fiji)
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management, Fishery regulations, Fishery development

View the PDF document The 4-month ban on all species of grouper (kawakawa) and coral trout (donu) factsheet
Author(s): Ministry of Fisheries
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 2018
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management, fishery regulations, fishery development
Abstract: Kawakawa and donu are A-grade fish that are critical food and income for Fijians. But these fisheries are facing collapse, if no management action is taken.

View the PDF document Analyses of lily brand canned fish imported in Fiji from Japan
Author(s): Raj, U.; Haq, H.
Publisher: The University of the South Pacific
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1984
Notes: A report compiled for Mahatex Agency

View the PDF document Analyses of new batches of imported canned fish in Fiji
Author(s): Raj, U.; Haq, H.
Publisher: The University of the South Pacific
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1984
Notes: A report by University of the South Pacific for the Ministry of Health Government of Fiji

View the PDF document Annual corporate plan - August 2016 - July 2017
Author(s): Ministry of Fisheries and Forests
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries and Forests
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 2016
ASFA Keywords: Development projects, Fishery management, Fishery resources

View the PDF document Baitfisheries and their possible impact on coastal fisheries in island states
Author(s): Lewis, A. D.
Publisher: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1983
Notes: A paper prepared for the 15th Pacific Science Congress, Dunedin.

View the PDF document Ciguatera, clupeotoxism and other seafood poisioning in Fijian waters and other impact to the utilization of marine resources
Author(s): Raj, U.
Publisher: Institute of Marine Resources, The Univesity of the South Pacific
Place: Fiji
Date: 1983
ASFA Keywords: Fish poisoning , Ciguatera, Marine resources
Abstract: The following forms of seafood have been confirmed: Ciguatera, Clupeotoxism, Petrodotoxism, Scombrotoxism, Ichthyo-ootoxism (from deep water), mullet poisoning, crat poisoning, paralytic shellfish poisoning and canned fish poisoning.

View the PDF document Ciguatera fish poisoning
Author(s): Department of Fisheries.
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries - Fiji
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Notes: Ciguatera poster

View the PDF document Deep water prawn programme : a detailed plan of operation
Author(s): Brown, I.W
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1979
ASFA Keywords: Deep water, Shrimp fisheries, Catching methods
Abstract: The systematics of the local deep-water prawn community is more complex than originally thought. The genus Heterocerpus in particular, appears to include a wide range of morphs which may correspond to separable species or sub-species, although it is possible that there may be a few highly morphologcally variable species

View the PDF document Fiji fisheries sector investment guide
Author(s): Ministry of Fisheries
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 2018
Notes: Report is for the period August 2017 - July 2018
ASFA Keywords: Development projects, Fishery resources, Fishery management

View the PDF document Fiji's maritime security in ocean management
Author(s): Bainimarama, J. V.
Publisher: International Ocean Institute
Place: Canada
Date: 1994
Notes: A report by Fiji Navy, Suva
ASFA Keywords: Exclusive Economic Zone, Surveillance and enforcement, Ocean space, Ocean policy
Abstract: The 1982 United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea which will come into force on the 16th November, 1994, hopes to contribute to the strengthening of peace, security, cooperation and friendly relations among all nations.

View the PDF document Fisheries Assessment Report - Jioma Village, Kadavu, Fiji
Author(s): Narayan, G.
Editor(s): Narayan, G. J.
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 2005
ASFA Keywords: marine parks; fishery management; marine resources
Abstract: The marine resource inventory survey of the vanua o Jioma I qoliqoli was conducted in June 2005. One of the main aim of this research is to identify threats and drawing up a community based management plan which would facilitate better management, improve living standards and create alternative livelihoods such as ecotourism.

View the PDF document Fisheries management of Fijian tuna fisheries
Author(s): Clement, I. T.
Date: 1982
Notes: A report to Chief Fisheries Office, Fisheries Division, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Fiji
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management, Tuna fisheries

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report: Cevai
Author(s): Research Division
Date: 2006
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management; Fishery resources

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report : Naboutini Report
Author(s): Research Division
Place: Lami, Fiji
Date: 2005
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management; Fishery resources
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
Date: 2006
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management; Fishery resources
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
Date: 2005
ASFA Keywords: Marine parks; Marine resources; Fishery management
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
Date: 2007
ASFA Keywords: Marine parks; Marine resources; Fishery management

View the PDF document Fisheries Resource Assessment Report: Yavusa Nabukebuke I Qoliqoli Veivatuloa and Lobau. Draft Report
Author(s): Research Division
Date: 2007
ASFA Keywords: Fishery data; Fishery resources; Fishery protection
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
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
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 Fisheries sector Corporate Plan
Author(s): Ministry of Fisheries and Forests
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries and Forests
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 2016
Notes: Report is for the period August 2016 - July 2017
ASFA Keywords: Fishery development, Fishing industry, Fishery resources
Abstract: The fisheries industry is the third largest natural resource based sector in the Fijian economy, contributing around 1.8 percent to GDP and 7.0 percent of Fiji’s total export earnings

View the PDF document Fishery resource inventory survey report : Komo, Nayau and Moce (Central Lau) - marine biodiversity assessment. Draft Report
Author(s): Research Division
Date: 2008
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
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.

View the PDF document Fish guide on the 4-month ban on fishing, sale and export of kawakawa and Donu
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 2018
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management, Fishery protection, Fishery policy
Abstract: The Fiji Government has banned the fishing, sale and export of all species of Grouper (kawakawa) and Coral Trout (donu) during their peak spawning months, from the 6th of June through to the 30th of September, 2018, to help revive these rapidly declining fish species.

View the PDF document General aquaculture training course for 1996
Author(s): Jovesa, W. N.
Publisher: Ministry for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forest, Fiji
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1996
Notes: A report in partnership with JICA
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture, Curricula, Biometrics, Water management
Abstract: The importance of human resources development is widely accepted in developed countries and it is becoming more recognised as an essential factor in development. The Government of Japan established the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in 1974 as its sole agency for the implementation of Japan's technical cooperation with developing countries, with the aim of expanding Japan's development cooperation in response to increasingly diversified requests from developing countries for technical cooperation, particularly in area of human resources.

View the PDF document Growth of Macrobrachium Rosenergii juvenils feed on different feeds in Aquaria in Fiji
Author(s): Albert, J .E
Place: Suva
Date: 1984
ASFA Keywords: Prawn culture, Juveniles, Feed, Aquaculture development
Abstract: Four feeds were composed as to their effectiveness in increasing the weightsof post - larval prawns in aquaria conditions. The feeds' protein levelswere 16.3, 28.7, and 46.8. Post - larval prawns were weighed in a group and were placed in 3 sections of aquaria for each treatment at 25 or 26 prawns· per section (200 PL/m2) and fed daily at approximately 12% original body weight for 28 days.

View the PDF document History of tilapia introduction into Fiji
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Notes: Report has different research topics
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture development, Aquaculture fishery, Industry

View the PDF document Kai fishery in the lower Ba river : a baseline data for EIA
Author(s): Swamy, K.
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1994
ASFA Keywords: Freshwater molluscs, Shellfish, Population numbers
Abstract: Fresh water mussels (Batissa violacea) commonly known as kai is a very important inland aquatic resource found in our major river systems.In Vitilevu, Rewa , Ba and Sigatoka rivers harbours the major mussel beds and supplies the greater portion of the kai consumed in Viti Levu.

View the PDF document Ministry of Fisheries annual corporate plan 2017-2018
Author(s): Ministry of Fisheries
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 2018
ASFA Keywords: Development projects, Fishery resources, Fishery management

View the PDF document National environment monitoring program discussion paper
Author(s): Irvine, I.
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1989
Notes: The project is in association with the World Conservation Union and Environmental Services Australia
ASFA Keywords: Water resources, Environmental assessment, Environmental conditions, Development projects
Abstract: One of the principal tasks to be carried out during the National Environmental Management Program was the development of a program to monitor the health of the nation's water, air and soil resources, and particularly the water resources, since the available evidence suggests that these are most at risk from increasing population, urbanisation and development.

View the PDF document A preliminary examination of populations of the Kai-koso, Anadara cornea (Reeve) near Suva, Fiji
Author(s): Butler, A. J.
Publisher: Department of Zoology, University of Adelaide, South Australia
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1983
Notes: A report by University of Adelaide to Institute of Marine Resources, Suva

View the PDF document Protected invertebrates of Fiji
Author(s): Department of Fisheries
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries and Forests
Place: Suva (Fiji)
ASFA Keywords: Species extinction, fishery developments, Protected resources

View the PDF document Raising fish in ponds
Notes: It's written in English and in Fijian
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture development, Aquaculture techniques, Fish ponds, Fishery industry

View the PDF document Red hybrid tilapia culture in Fiji
Author(s): Yuan-Jui, L.; Namotu, T. M.
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1986
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture development, Fish culture, Fish ponds, Freshwater aquaculture
Abstract: Red Hybrid Tilapia is now under culture in a two year programme in Fiji to study the economical feasibility of culture this strain in the country.

View the PDF document Red Tilapia progress report
Author(s): Yuan-Jui, L.; Namotu, T. M.
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1987
ASFA Keywords: Cage culture, Fish culture, Brackishwater aquaculture, Freshwater aquaculture, Economic feasibility
Abstract: Red Tilapia is now under culture in 4 pilot projects in Fiji(3 freshwater and 1 brackish water) and a short cage culture trial was done in marine water to try to establish the economic feasibility of culturing this hybrid species in all fresh, brackish and marine culture mediums in the country

View the PDF document Report of a pearl oyster of W. Vanua Levu, Beqa, Totoya, and Makogai in the Fiji Islands
Author(s): Passfield, K.
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1995
ASFA Keywords: Pearl oysters, Surveys, Stock assessment, Population density
Abstract: The Fiji Fisheries Division has been approached by commercial interests who have expressed interest in initiating pearl fanning in Fiji waters utilising the black lip pearl oyster Pinctada margaritifera or civa.

View the PDF document A report of paddy culture experiment I
Author(s): Chagi, H.; Dawai, N.
Publisher: Fisheries Division - Fiji
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1992
Notes: A joint report by MPI - Fiji and JICA
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture, Aquaculture technique, Rice fields, Aquaculture development

View the PDF document Report of the Fiji Japan aquaculture research and development project
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1987
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture development, Prawn culture, Oyster culture, Freshwater fish
Abstract: Resently a technique of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus) fry production has been established at Nandruloulou Aquaculture Station. Al l of the fry produced at this station are released to control weed growth in rivers and paticularly irrigation cannals, however, size of the fry which are released at present is not large enough to get rid of weeds effectively.

View the PDF document Report on a visit to Fiji - Sunday 20 April to Wednesday 5 May 1976
Author(s): Stoneman, J.
Date: 1976
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture, Fish culture

View the PDF document Report on travel to Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa
Author(s): Gulbrandsen, G.
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1986
ASFA Keywords: Fishing vessels, Designs, Engineering designs
Abstract: Various fishing craft of FAO design are at present being built in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa. The purpose of the travel was to inspect ongoing construction and to provide on site advice to boatbuilders and fishery officers.

View the PDF document Seminar and workshop on integrated research on mangrove ecosystems in the Pacific Islands region
Date: 1992
ASFA Keywords: Mangroves, Ecosystems, Environmental degradation, Environmental impact

View the PDF document Serua Island Report : Fin-Fish Assessment
Place: Lami, Fiji
Date: 1992
ASFA Keywords: Catch statistics, Stock assessment

View the PDF document Six month progress report on the development of local prawn feeds in Fiji
Author(s): Albert, E. J.
Place: Fiji
Date: 15 June 1984
ASFA Keywords: Progress reports, Feed composition, Shrimp fisheries

View the PDF document Small scale tuna fishing project
Author(s): Preston, G. E.
Place: Suva (Fiji)
ASFA Keywords: Aggregating devices, Catching methods, Evaluation, Tuna fisheries
Abstract: Fiji's artisanal fishermen have a limited history of tuna fishing despite the fact that extensive tuna resources exist within short distance of most parts of the fijian coastline.

View the PDF document Special ordinary meeting between Fisheries Division and FAD fishermen at Lami, Suva
Author(s): Tuwai, I. L.
Place: Lami, Fiji
Date: 1996
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Tuna fisheries

View the PDF document Tikina Nasinu and Tikina Levuka : Fisheries Resource Assessment Draft Technical report
Place: Lami, Fiji
Date: 2006
ASFA Keywords: Fishery management; Fishery resources; Indigenous fishery
Abstract: The marine resource inventory survey of Tikina Levuka and Tikina Nasinu was conducted in November2006. The main aim of the survey was to creat awareness in the local communities on the status of their resources, which would help the indigenous communities to monitor activities undertaken within their qoliqoli, and help enforce laws to protect resources and distinct habitats within their jurisdiction. In addition, the information collected would allow the Department of Fisheries to understand the health, productivity and bio-diversities that exist in each traditional fishing boundary, and would help in the formulation of an appropriate management plan.

View the PDF document Training Report 1976
Date: 1976
ASFA Keywords: Fisheries, Training

View the PDF document Wave height and periodicity measurements on the coral coast of Viti Levu
Author(s): Green, A.S.P.
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1980
ASFA Keywords: Surveys, Wave height, Wave spectra, Wave statistics
Abstract: A passive wave energy scheme has been suggested as a suitable means of generating electricity in Fiji. The method is described in several other places so will not be gone into here.

View the PDF document Yellowfin tuna landing in Fiji (1976-1994)
Author(s): Sharma, S.
Date: 1995
ASFA Keywords: Tuna fisheries, Landing statistics

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