The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture, 2002
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2002 - Business & Economics - 150 pages
The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture provides comprehensive overview of the world's fisheries and aquaculture. During the past two years, the international fisheries community has achieved many important developments, and aquaculture has received increasing attention. In many countries, international developments have been accompanied by actions aimed at broadening and strengthening fisheries management for the purpose of achieving sustainable fisheries and aquaculture. The companion CD-ROM to this publication is the second edition of FAO's World Fisheries and Aquaculture Atlas.
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animal protein antibiotics Antigua and Barbuda aquaculture development aquaculture production aquatic areas Asia Atlantic balance and trade capture fisheries production Caribbean CARICOM catch documentation chloramphenicol climate cooperation crustaceans demersal developing countries E-mail economic ECOWAS effective environmental established excluding China exports farming FIGURE fish consumption fish production fish stocks fisheries and aquaculture fisheries management fisheries sector fishery resources fishery statistics fishmeal food balance freshwater global growth HACCP high seas implementation important improve increase industry Inland production 000 Japan JECFA levels long-term major Marine production 000 million tonnes molluscs MRLs Ocean organizations Oxytetracycline Pacific pelagic percent Percentage of world policies poverty production 000 tonnes production Inland production regional fisheries reliable Responsible Fisheries RFMOs SADC salmon Salmonids shrimp small-scale fishing vessels species groups subsidies sustainable TABLE Taiwan Province tilapia tonnes in 2000 trends United world fisheries world total