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SMALL – SCALE FISHERIES IN THE KO MAN GROUP AREA, EASTERN COAST OF THE GULF OF THE GULF OF THAILAND: Fishing Gear and Marine Catch at Six Fishing Villages with Special Reference to the Ban Krachae-Kungkraben Fishing Villages
(Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1990-04)
Analysis of the Thai marine capture fishery showed that the catch of small-scale fisheries accounted for 16.5% of the total catch (SEAFDEC, 1988), but fishermen belonging to small- scale fisheries accounted for 79.8% of ...
THE ARTIFICIAL REEFS EXPERIMENT IN THAILAND
(Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center in collaboration with Department of Fisheries Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, 1991-07)
In the last two decades, many countries throughout the world have declared their own Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ), usually extending two hundred nautical miles seaward. However, in the case of some neighbouring countries, ...
OBSERVATION REPORT ON TUNA PURSE SEINE FISHNG OPERATIONS AROUND SEYCHELLES WATERS ONBOARD NIPPON-MARU, 8 November 1992 to 7 January 1993
(Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1993-02)
During the period from 8 November 1992 to 7 January 1993 NIPPON-MARU sailed for 61 days around Seychelles waters accept in the southern area. Large schools of tuna were found only in the east Twenty-six drifting FADs (PAYA0) ...
OBSERVATION REPORT ON TUNA LONGLINE FISHING OPERATIONS IN THE BAY OF BENGAL ON BOARD “R.V.SUMRUATPRAMONG 4” 24 FEBRUARY – 16 MARCH 1992
(Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1992-04)
Our first observation cruise to study mew design tuna-longline operations was on board the Shinyo-Maru in the Bay of Bengal from Feb. 9-28 1991. In order to continue this study we proposed to the SEAFDEC Council Committee ...
Observation Report on tuna longline Fishing Operation Fishing Ground in the Bay of Bengal on board the SHINYO-MARU 9-28 February 1991
(Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1991-04)
Tokyo University of Fisheries has conducted shipboard training, fishing gear experiments and fishing ground surveys from the Shinyo-Maru in the Bay of Bengal since 1987. From these many technical papers in various fishery ...