Études mondiales et régionales de la FAO sur l'aquaculture
 
Cover Review Review of the state of world aquaculture

Review of the state of world aquaculture 1997. This paper updates the regular review of world aquaculture, based mainly on national statistics provided to FAO by its Members through 1995. The review is prepared in three parts. The first provides a global perspective of production and production trends, and the contribution of the sector to food fish supplies. It identifies some of the major strategic issues facing aquaculture development and presents a rough estimation of production by the year 2000. The second part reviews developments and trends in some important fields, including environmental interactions, biodiversity and genetics, feed resources, fish health and quarantine, regulatory frameworks, product safety, international trade, and international aid to research and development. The third part reviews production and production trends, as well as main development issues and outlook on a regional basis, for each of seven regions: Asia, Africa, Europe, Former USSR Area, North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Oceania

Contact: Mr Rohana Subasinghe. Aquaculture Service (FIRA). E-mail: rohana.subasinghe@fao.org