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  • Fishing space of main fisheries at Choshi fishing port
  • Coastal environment ; Fishery ; Fishery;Fishing ; Fishing area ; Fishing fleet ; Fishing harbour ; Fishing resources ; Japan ; Spatial structure
  • This study intends to explain fishing space of main fisheries at Choshi Fishing Port, which is one of the leading bases for offshore fisheries in Japan. Fishing space consists of fishing grounds, operating sea areas and headquarters of fishing boats
  • which land fish at the port.
  • Fishery ; Fishing ; Fishing harbour ; Fishing industry ; Fishing technique ; Honshu ; Japan ; Spatial structure ; Typology
  • The spatial structure consists of an inland space, a marine space and a port space functioning as a node to combine the former two spaces. Since these spaces are interrelated or combined by the movement of people or materials, fishers' daily
  • movement is then examinated. With fishing grounds shrinking in size, those along the coast have become important. Local fishers utilise them, and this has caused fish resource management problems. On the other hand, recreational activities play an important
  • role in the usage of the port and the fishing grounds.
  • German's fisheries and fish markets
  • Fish product ; Fishery;Fishing ; Germany ; Importation ; Market ; Sea fishing
  • The fisheries and fish trade of India
  • External trade ; Fish product ; Fishery;Fishing ; India ; International trade ; Sea fishing
  • Development ; Fish ; Fishery;Fishing ; Fishing technique ; Fishing zone ; Halieutic resources ; Pakistan ; Seasonal variation
  • This study assesses the condition of the fishing industry in Pakistan. It briefly reviews the ecological environment of Pakistan's fisheries and describes recent developments in technology and their impact on the catch.
  • Exporting industry ; Fish ; Fishing ; Fishing in fresh water ; Fishing industry ; Local development ; Small-scale fishing ; Tanzania
  • Fish, fishing, and sea boundaries: tuna stocks and fishing policies in Southeast Asia and the South Pacific in Pacific affairs.
  • Towards a sustainable economy for the Shetland Islands: Development and management issues in fishing and fish farming
  • Economic structure ; Economy ; Fishery ; Fishing ; Fishing resources ; Oil industry ; Rational use ; Shetland Islands ; Sustainable development ; United Kingdom
  • As well as the development of oil from the 1970s there has been the other major economic innovation of fish farming. The direct employment provided by the oil industry is exceeded by the fish-related industries. The islands have now to look more
  • to fish-related employment for their future. Fish farming has a notable effect in distributing employment throughout the islands. Fish processing is mainly in central locations.
  • Fish communities and fishing in a flood plain lake of central Amazonia
  • Assessing potential effects of global climate change on tropical freshwater fishes
  • Asia ; Biogeography ; Climatic variation ; Ecosystem ; Fish ; Fresh water ; Global change ; Tropical zone
  • The extreme seasonal fluctuations in discharge of tropical rivers, through the effects on fish habitat availability and habitat conditions, have produced a range in preferred habitat types among riverine fishes. The AA. suggest that initial
  • assessment of potential effects of climate change on tropical freshwater fishes should focus on changes to water quantity variables in riverine environments.
  • Bestimmungsgründe und Elastizitäten der Nachfrage nach Fisch und Fischwaren in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. (The determinants and elesticities governing the demand for fish and fish products in the Federal Republic)
  • Using a time-series analysis based on the annual overall economic data for the period 1961-1980, a quantification is made of the influence of important economic variables on the demand for fish and fish products in the Federal Republic. (L'A.).
  • Thule fishing revisited : the economic importance of fish at the Pembroke and Bell Sites, Victoria Island, Nunavut
  • Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Arctic Region ; Canada ; Fauna ; Fish ; Inuit ; Nunavut ; Subsistence economy ; Victoria Island
  • The AA. report on 2 faunal assemblages which provide a new perspective on the issue of fishing in the Thule period. These sites, Pembroke and Bell, are situated on southeastern Victoria Island in the region historically occupied by the ‘Copper Inuit
  • ’ who are known to have relied on fish to a significant degree, but whose annual subsistence-settlement cycle was notably different from their Thule ancestors. Following description and interpretation of the 2 faunal samples, the AA. consider the sites
  • importance to the broader understanding of the role of fish in Thule economies.
  • Fishery;Fishing ; Indian Ocean ; Sea fishing ; Seychelles
  • Denmark ; Fishery;Fishing ; Sea fishing
  • Advantages of neotropical fish species for aquaculture development in Amazonia
  • Shorefront fishing in New York City
  • Fish product ; Fishery ; Fishing ; Fishing technique ; Fishing zone ; Historical geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Spain ; Tuna ; Valencian Community
  • Aquaculture ; Fishing ; Fishing in fresh water ; Fishing resources ; Leisure ; Natural resources ; Netherlands (The) ; Sea fishing ; United States of America ; World
  • The last generation? Perspectives of inshore fish harvesters from Change Islands, Newfoundland
  • Adaptation ; Canada ; Community ; Fish ; Fishing ; Fishing law ; Inshore fishery ; Newfoundland ; Small-scale fishing ; Social geography ; Sustainable development
  • The AA. examine the perspectives of inshore fish harvesters from Change Islands, Newfoundland. They show that fishers are deeply concerned about ineffective regulations, low prices for their catch, and rationalization policies. They explain how
  • existing regulations restrict traditional cooperative fishing practices and impose rules that are not suited for local environmental conditions. These conditions, combined with policies aimed at reducing the fishing fleet and barriers to youth involvement
  • , threaten the long-term survival of coastal communities. They conclude that traditional fishing communities, along with the potential social, cultural, economic, and environmental benefits of smaller-scale, community-based fishing need to become more visible
  • Brunei ; Fish ; Fishery;Fishing ; Fishing zone ; Local market