Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission

Marine Capture Fisheries

Morgan, G., D. Staples, and S. Funge-Smith (2007). Fishing Capacity Management and IUU Fishing in Asia. RAP Publication 2007/16. The Asian region accounts for about 50 percent of global wild capture fisheries production and about 90 percent of aquaculture production. The sustainable management of these fisheries resources, therefore, is an activity of global importance as well as being critical to countries...
Maguire, J.-J.; Sissenwine, M.; Csirke, J.; Grainger, R.; Garcia, S.The state of world highly migratory, straddling and other high seas fishery resources and associated species. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. No. 495. Rome: FAO. 2006. 84p.This document describes highly migratory fish stocks, straddling fish stocks, and stocks of other high seas fishery resources and the fisheries for them,...
Collected Papers of the APFIC Regional workshop on "LOW VALUE AND TRASH FISH IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION", Hanoi, Viet Nam, 7- 9 June 2005 This document contains the background papers presented at the APFIC Regional Workshop on "Low value and 'trash fish' in the Asia-Pacific Region" convened in Hanoi, Viet Nam 7-9 June 2005. The term "trash fish" is...
Asian fisheries today: The production and use of low value/trash fish from marine fisheries in the Asia-Pacific region   Simon Funge-Smith, Erik Lindebo and Derek Staples, (2005) RAP Publication 2005/16  Throughout the Asia-Pacific region, captured and cultured marine fisheries continue to play an important role in the economies of many countries, especially in support of food security and poverty alleviation. Marine fisheries resources...
Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission (APFIC) regional workshop on low value and trash fish This publication is the proceedings of the workshop on low value and "trash fish" in the Asia-Pacific region convened in Hanoi, Viet Nam from 7 to 9 June 2005. The workshop was attended by 70 experts from APFIC member countries and from fishery organizations in the region. Trash fish...
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