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eBook Mending of Fishing Nets (FAO fishing manuals) ePub

by L. Libert

  • ISBN: 0852380623
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: L. Libert
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackwell Science Inc (1987)
  • Pages: 124
  • ePub book: 1842 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1643 kb
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FAO Fisheries Department FAO Regional Fisheries Officers Selector SI. .This Manual deals with the artificial propagation of warmwater finfishes

FAO Fisheries Department FAO Regional Fisheries Officers Selector SI Authors. Woynarovich, E. and L. Horváth, 1980 The artificial propagation of warm-water finfishes - a manual for extension. (201):183 p. ABSTRACT. This Manual deals with the artificial propagation of warmwater finfishes. Being primarily meant for the extension workers and aquaculture training institutions, it is profusely illustrated. The methods of collection and preservation of fish pituitary glands and the dosage of pituitary extracts used for inducing successful spawning in various warmwater fishes are dealt with.

Mending of Fishing Nets book. The book is a title in the FAO Fishing Manual series.

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Mending of Fishing Nets (FAO Fishing Manual): ISBN 9780852381502 (978-0-85238-150-2) Softcover, Wiley, 1991. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.

Items related to Mending of Fishing Nets (FAO Fishing Manual). L. Libert; A. Maucorps; L. Innes Mending of Fishing Nets (FAO Fishing Manual). ISBN 13: 9780852381502. Mending of Fishing Nets (FAO Fishing Manual). Innes.

Fisheries management must be based on biological expertise but must also, ultimately, satisfy economic criteria. An introduction to the economic analysis of fisheries compares optimal fishing to unregulated fishing. Fisheries management which disregards economic objectives and needs might well succeed in preserving fish stocks but will waste other resources such as investment funds and labout and fail to serve the fishing industry effectively. This is followed by a discussion of three popular fishing models and the problems arising from random fluctuations in fish stocks. The final chapter deals with the political economy of fishing regulations.

The purpose of this manual, a title in the FAO Fishing Manual series, is to provide a guide for training .

The purpose of this manual, a title in the FAO Fishing Manual series, is to provide a guide for training fishermen on board training vessels of 100 to 200 GT (except engine-room peronnel). It is based on the experience of an FAO expert serving as a master fisherman instructor on a fishery training project. It is assumed that most of the information provided in the manual is rlevant to any fishery training on board a training vessel.

This information is especially intended for snail-scale fisheries skippers, and skipperowners, aa& fishing net makers. Fishery officers, technicians, instructors, extension workers especially in developing countries, are also likely to be interested. Distribution! Bibliographic Reference: Brabant, . and N4d lec, C. (1979). FAO Fisheries Department. Field Fishery Pr c Fisheries Training and Ertension Agencies Staall -scale Fisheries Skipper-Owners and Vet Makers.

A fishing net is a net used for fishing. Nets are devices made from fibers woven in a grid-like structure. Some fishing nets are also called fish traps, for example fyke nets. Fishing nets are usually meshes formed by knotting a relatively thin thread. Early nets were woven from grasses, flaxes and other fibrous plant material. Later cotton was used.

Mending of fishing nets by L. Libert, 1987, Published by arrangement with the Food and Agriculture .

Are you sure you want to remove Mending of fishing nets from your list? Mending of fishing nets. 2nd ed. by L. Libert. Published 1987 by Published by arrangement with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations by Fishing News in Farnham.