Report on the Project Enhancement of Sustainable Management of the Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries in Kep Province, Cambodia
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Blue Swimming Crab (BSC) is one of the most economically important aquatic species for Cambodian fishers, and crab fisheries has been their major source of income. Besides, BSC is also known as a favorite food for travelers visiting the coastal areas as well as in other parts of Cambodia. There had been significant reductions in BSC catch in Cambodian waters since 2000 as reported by Chap et al. (2012) and Tong (2013). Crane and Vandy (2015) also stated that the number and size of BSC captured from the waters of Cambodia had been decreasing. It has therefore become necessary to conserve and manage such resources for sustainable utilization by the fishers. This project was carried out with the objectives of enhancing the natural stock of blue swimming crab and ensuring the livelihoods for fishers dependent on blue swimming crab fisheries
Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, T. D. (2020). Report on the JTF Project Enhancement of Sustainable Management of the Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries in Kep Province, Cambodia. Samut Prakan: Training Department.
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