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View the PDF document The eel resources of Fiji
Author(s): Beumer, J. P.
Publisher: Queensland Department of Primary Industries
Place: Brisbane (Australia)
Date: 1985
Notes: The report was prepared for the Government of Fiji
ASFA Keywords: Fishery resources, Fish, Fishery management

View the PDF document Explanation for Fiji fishes
Author(s): Matsuya, N.
Publisher: Fiji Fisheries Division
Date: 1990
ASFA Keywords: Fish, Check lists, Identification

View the PDF document Fiji Fisheries : Marine Resources Development Plan 9
ASFA Keywords: Marine resources, Fishery industry, Artisanal fishing, Aquaculture

View the PDF document Fisheries mid-management meeting: A half-year review of fisheries developments and activities
Publisher: Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Forests & ALTA
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1996
Notes: Mariculture Research Station, Makogai Island, Lomaiviti, 9-11 July 1996.
ASFA Keywords: Fisheries, Fishery development, Fishery institutions

View the PDF document The fishery resources of Rabi = Kaubain marawa na ora ake ar katobabia Rabi : Na sasalu ni waitui mai Rabi
Author(s): Fiji Fisheries Division, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries
Publisher: Fiji Fisheries Division, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries
ASFA Keywords: Fishery resources, Fishery management
Abstract: Following the resettlement of the Banaban community from Ocean Island to Rabi Island in 1945, agriculture in this more favorable location rapidly replaced fishing as the primary production activity of the Banaban people. This remained a subsidiary activity, as phosphate royalty payments were the main source of income.

View the PDF document Introduction of a few exotic species of freshwater fish into Fiji
Author(s): Murty, D. S.
Place: Suva (Fiji)
ASFA Keywords: Introduced species, Freshwater aquaculture
Abstract: Introduction of suitable exotic carps, a group of quick growing herbivorous fish into Fiji is proposed for the dual purpose of culture in ponds and to release them in natural waters for enhanced fish production from inland waters.

View the PDF document Meet Birgus Latro : the coconut crab
Author(s): Division of Fisheries, Department of Agriculture, Forests and Fisheries
Publisher: Division of Fisheries, Department of Agriculture, Forests and Fisheries
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Notes: Coconut Crab
ASFA Keywords: Crustaceans, Crab fisheries, Fishery development

View the PDF document Pre-study on national and international prawn marketing situation of Fiji and Prawns (Fiji) Limited in these markets
Author(s): Delaune, J-M., Condon, S.
Date: [nd]
Notes: 1987 Fiji Aquaculture Symposium
ASFA Keywords: Shrimp fisheries, Marketing, Market research
Abstract: It is believed that the technically sophisticated Australian trollers will have a dramatic effect on the natural sea resources; the same scenario will not be observed only in Australia, but also in prawns producing countries such as: South East Asia, India, China, South/Central America, Africa etc.

View the PDF document A proposal by the Fisheries Division to raise the buying prices at its terminals at Lami, Lautoka and Labasa, and to introduce a grading system for fish
Author(s): Fisheries Division
Publisher: Fiji Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries
Date: [nd]
ASFA Keywords: Fishery economics, Pricing, Marketing, Fish grading

View the PDF document Small scale tuna fishing project
Author(s): Preston, G. L.
Publisher: Fiji Fisheries Division and the UNDP
ASFA Keywords: Tuna fisheries, Artisanal fishing, Marketing

View the PDF document Tributyltin (TBT) compounds in the marine environment around Suva
Author(s): Morrison, R. J., Johnson, S.
Publisher: University of the South Pacific
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Notes: A report prepared for the Environmental Management Committee
ASFA Keywords: Pollutants, Tin compounds, Pollution
Abstract: The attack of timber-hulled boat by marine borers, such as the Teredo worm, and the attachment of barnacles, sea grass, hydroids and other marine organisms to all types of ships hulls can seriously impede the running of the vessel. Protection of ship hulls against such attack has been going on since the 1760s, first using copper sheets, then paints containing copper powder and later paints containing various other poisons (arsenic, mercury, DDT, etc.).

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