A SURVEY ON CARP AND EEL CULTURE FISHERIES IN LAKE IOANNINA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
A report prepared for the
Study of Fishery Methods and Requirements in Epirus Project
This report is one of a series of reports prepared during the course of the UNDP project identified on the title page. The conclusions and recommendations given in the report are those considered appropriate at the time of its preparation. They may be modified in the light of further knowledge gained at subsequent stages of the project.
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The Food and Agriculture Organization is greatly indebted to the Fisheries Organizations and individuals who assisted in the implementation of the project by providing information, advice and facilities. Appreciation is also expressed for the help given by Mr. Ch. Pappas, Government Dairy Officer, Dairy School, Ioannina who acted as interpreter on the project.
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1.1 Terms of Reference
1.2 Background Information
2. OBSERVATIONS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
2.2 Account of the Survey
2.2.1 General Description of the Lake
2.2.2 Geohistorical Remarks
2.2.3 Chemical and Physical Character of the Lake
2.2.4 Biological Character of the Lake (Flora and Fauna)
2.2.5 Growth Pattern of Lake Fish
2.2.6 Ecological Relationship of Lake Fish
2.2.7 Food Chain
2.2.9 Annual Production
2.2.10 Lease Contracts
3. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Appendix 1 REFERENCES
1. List of Common Species of Fish in Lake Ioannina, etc.
2. Composition of Catch and Total Catch Reported for Lake Ioannina (1945–51 1967–72)
3. Percentage Share of Carp and Tench Catch as to Total Catch
4. Number of Fishermen and Average Annual Catch per Fisherman
5. Development of Fish Prices received by Fishermen at Lake Ioannina (1971–74)
1. Drainage System of Lake Ioannina