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View the PDF document Economic appraisal of small scale fishing vessels used for the deep water artisanal fishery in east Sepik province
Author(s): Chapau, M.
Publisher: Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources
Place: Port Moresby
Date: 1991
Notes: Research report 91-02
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Economic analysis, Evaluation, Fishing vessels
Country Collection: Papua New Guinea
Abstract: An economic appraisal of six small scale fishing vessels was conducted over period of 2 years in the East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea. Comparisons were made between the fuel consumption and running costs of a locally made outrigger canoe, a plywood outrigger canoe, a Samoan type 'Alia' catamaran, a 'Sandskipper' catamaran and an aluminium dinghy

View the PDF document Economic assessment of the commercial shell industry in Vanuatu
Author(s): Kenneth, D.
Date: n.d.
ASFA Keywords: Shells, Industries, Economic analysis
Country Collection: Vanuatu
Abstract: The resources of commercial shells in Vanuatu are relatively small compared to other Pacific countries

View the PDF document Economic implications of fertilization trials of milkfish ponds in Temaiku, Tarawa
Author(s): Uwate, K. R.
Publisher: Fisheries Department. Ministry of Natural Resources Development
Place: Tarawa (Kiribati)
Date: 1986
ASFA Keywords: Fish ponds, Fishery management, Fishery resources
Country Collection: Kiribati

View the PDF document Economics of the Port Moresby artisanal reef fishery
Author(s): Lock, J. M.
Place: Papua New Guinea
ASFA Keywords: Economic analysis, Reef fisheries
Country Collection: Papua New Guinea
Abstract: The report examines the economics of the thriving Port Moresby artisanal reef fishery, which produced an estimated 577 tonnes of fish in 1985.

View the PDF document Economics of the Port Moresby Artisanal Reef Fishery
Author(s): lock, J. M.
Place: Port Moresby
Date: 1986
Notes: Report 86/4
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Economic analysis, Fishery management, Reef fisheries
Country Collection: Papau New Guinea
Abstract: The report examines the economic of the thriving Port Moresby artisanal reef fishery, which produced an estimated 577 tonnes of fish in 1985

View the PDF document Economic valuation of the terrestrial and marine resources of Samoa
Author(s): Mohd-Shanwahid, H. O.
Date: 2001
Notes: Prepared for Division of Environment and Conservation. Department of Lands, Survey and Environment. Government of Samoa.
ASFA Keywords: Marine resources, Economic analysis
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) provides an indicator of the growth of the economy of a nation. The GDP for Samoa in 1999 was estimated to be ST718.4 million at current market prices, of which agriculture, fishing and indirectly tourism are the main sectors of the economy...

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
Country Collection: Fiji

View the PDF document Effects of enzymatic and bacterial spoilage on fish and methods of preservation
Author(s): Tiwau.R.
Place: Kiribati
Date: 2004
ASFA Keywords: Fish spoilage, Fish storage, Food technology, Processing fishery products
Country Collection: Kiribati
Abstract: For a successful development of a seafood processing industry in the country, the science of seafood technology is therefore an important knowledge to understand and to transfer to the people. This particular knowledge is important to know since it covers important topics such as the physical and chemical changes occurring in fish once they die, bacterial spoilage and food borne pathogenic bacteria, which are responsible For food intoxication and infestation.

View the PDF document The enhanced capacity of the Samoa Fisheries Division to facilitate management of commercial and subsistence fisheries, incorporating a review of the Fishery Regulations (1996) : Final report of the fisheries advisers and counterparts
Author(s): Passfield, K., Bell, L., Mulipola, A., Solofa, A.
Publisher: GRM International Pty Ltd.
Place: Brisbane (Australia)
Date: 2001
Notes: Samoa Fisheries Progect, an AusAID-assisted project of the Fisheries Division, Ministry of Agricilture, Forests, Fisheries and Meteorology.
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Commercial fishing
Country Collection: Samoa

View the PDF document Environmental management plan for Fanga'uta lagoon system
Author(s): Prescott, N., Kaly, U., Taufa, P., Matoto, L., Lepa, S. T., Faletau, T., Palaki, A.
Publisher: Tonga Environment and Planning Project
Place: Nuku'alofa (Tonga)
ASFA Keywords: Environmental protection, Environmental surveys, Fishery management, Marine resources, Lagoons

View the PDF document Environment Resource Education Guide: Year 7-10
Author(s): Faasau, M.
Publisher: Government of Samoa
Place: Apia (Samoa)
Date: 2008
Notes: Funded under the European Union/Water Sector Support Programme (WASSP)
ASFA Keywords: Mangroves, Waste disposal, Biodiversity, Ecosystem management, Water resources, Climate changes
Country Collection: Samoa

View the PDF document Environment statistics country snapshot: Tuvalu
Publisher: United Nations Statistics Division
Date: 200?
ASFA Keywords: Statistics, Environmental surveys
Country Collection: Tuvalu

View the PDF document Estimates of rejection in the Samoan tuna fishery
Author(s): Watt, P.: Moala, S.
Place: Apia
Date: 1999
ASFA Keywords: Trade, Fishery surveys, Longlining, Tuna fisheries
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: The offshore tuna longline industry in Samoa was virtually non-existent before the mid-l 99il's; since that time there has been rapid growth within the industry. In 1993, there were only 92 alia catamarans actively involved in commercial fishing activities.

View the PDF document Eua survey report
Author(s): Nakaya, S.
Place: [np]
Date: 2002
ASFA Keywords: Coral reefs
Country Collection: Tonga

View the PDF document Evaluation of the potential for aquaculture in Samoa
Author(s): Rimmer, M., Bell, L., Lober, M., Trevor, A.
Publisher: GRM International Pty Ltd.
Place: Brisbane (Australia)
Date: 2001
Notes: Samoa Fisheries Project. An AusAID-assisted project of the Fisheries Division. Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Fisheries and Meteorology
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: This report is an outcome of Aquaculture Assessment of Local Species component of the Samoa Fisheries Project. The overall objectives of this component were to: 1. Assess the potential of Samoa's marine and freshwater aquatic flore and fauna for aquaculture...

View the PDF document The Exclusive Economic Zone (Foreign Fishing Craft) Regulations 1979
Author(s): Donne, G. J.
Place: Rarotonga (Cook Islands)
Date: 1979
ASFA Keywords: Fisheries, Exclusive economic zone, Legislation
Country Collection: Cook Islands

View the PDF document The Exclusive Economic Zone (Foreign fishing craft) regulations 1979
Author(s): Donne, G. J.
Place: Rarotonga (Cook Islands)
Date: 1979
Notes: 1979/14 (First schedule, form 3)
ASFA Keywords: Fishery regulations, Legislation, Exclusive economic zone
Country Collection: Cook Islands

View the PDF document Experiments of mullet pen culture in Fanga'uta lagoon in 1994 (In Fisheries Research Bulletin of Tonga, Volume 5, 1996)
Author(s): Paongo, 'O., Kimura, T.
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries, Tonga
Place: Nuku'alofa (Tonga)
Date: 1996
Notes: pp. 39-49
ASFA Keywords: Mullet fisheries, Cage culture, Experimental culture, Fishery development
Country Collection: Tonga
Abstract: The declining mullet resource in Tonga has prompted the undertaking of a technical and economical feasibility study on mullet culture, as one of the main objectives in the joint Tonga-Japan Aquaculture Research and Development Project.

View the PDF document Explanation for Fiji fishes
Author(s): Matsuya, N.
Place: Suva
Date: 1990
ASFA Keywords: Identification keys, Meristic counts, Numerical taxonomy, Taxonomy
Country Collection: Fiji

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