Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission

Statistics & assessments

  FAO/RAP, 2002. Building Awareness in Aspects of Fishery Statistics, Stock Assessment and Management: Proceedings of the “Regional Training Workshop on the Use of Statistics and Other Information for Stock Assessment”. FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand. RAP Publication 2002/27, 96 pp. The document includes a brief account of the fishery statistics programme undertaken by the FAO Fishery...
 Coates, D. 2002. Inland capture fishery statistics of Southeast Asia: Current status and information needs. Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission, Bangkok, Thailand. RAP Publication No. 2002/11, 114 p. Inland capture fisheries in Southeast Asia are characterised by great diversity in the range of gears used, types of environments in which they are used and the socially and culturally complex societies within which they...
The Meeting of the APFIC Ad hoc Working Group of Experts in Capture Fishery Data Collection was convened in Bangkok, Thailand, from 7 to 9 September 1999. Its main task was to discuss implementation of the Guidelines for the Routine Collection of Capture Fishery Data (Appendix A). The Guidelines were prepared during the FAO/DANIDA Expert Consultation in Bangkok, Thailand, in...
The purpose of this paper is to analyse whether the apparent trend in inland capture fishery production in the Asia-Pacific region since 1950 according to FAO statistics is reflective of the growth in inland fisheries or whether it is influenced by changes in statistical reporting practices. The objective of this analysis was to identify large changes (between years) that are significant...
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