PHOTOTHEQUE AQUACOLE DE LA FAO
 
Rabbit fish (Siganus spp.) produced by the Aquaculture and Marine Studies Center at Abu Al Abyad island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
The United Arab Emirates consumes an average of 25.3 kg of seafood per person, higher than the global average, and a high proportion of that demand is supplied by importation. Recognizing the potential of aquaculture to meet that supply-demand gap, the Government of the United Arab Emirates, supported by FAO, is working to support the sustainable development of aquaculture through capacity development at individual, institutional and enabling environment levels through technology transfer and policy development. To read more about aquaculture development in the UAE, see the FAO Aquaculture Newsletter Issue 62. To read more about rabbitfish production see: www.fao.org/fishery/culturedspecies/Siganus_spp/en ©FAO/Lionel Dabbadie. Editorial use only. Photo credit must be given.
Année
2020
Auteur(s)
Lionel Dabbadie
Mots clés
Aquaculture, Aquaculture, marine water-, Fish, Hatchery, Mariculture
Localité
Abu Dhabi
Country
United Arab Emirates
Credits
@FAO Aquaculture photo library
 / Lionel Dabbadie