2 edition of Artisanal fishers on the Kenyan coast found in the catalog.
Artisanal fishers on the Kenyan coast
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Jan Hoorweg, Barasa Wangila, Allan Degen.|
|Series||Afrika-studiecentrum series -- v. 14, Afrika-Studiecentrum series -- v. 14.|
|Contributions||Wangila, Barasa., Degen, A. Allan, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||HD8039.F66 K422 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 147 p. :|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||2009022048|
Downloadable (with restrictions)! The socioeconomic conditions in nine communities of the Kenyan coast were examined to test the hypotheses that socioeconomic characteristics and knowledge about the sea differ for: (1) fishers compared to non-fishers; and (2) fishers living adjacent to parks compared to fishers living away from parks. Compared to non-fishers, . My research interests concern issues of conservation, particularly the implications of climate change for marine ecosystems, the rational management of marine systems and fisheries in India, and the interface between policy, traditional practices, and ecosystem management. I have worked in several reef systems around India, and along the Kenyan coast.
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Overexploitation of natural resources is often associated with poverty among local populations. A multi-disciplinary team studied artisanal fishers along the Kenyan coast on the Indian Ocean. The main focus of the research was on income diversification of fishers, the pressure on marine resources and the relation between the by: 9.
Overexploitation of natural resources is often associated with poverty among local populations. A multi-disciplinary team studied artisanal fishers along the Kenyan coast on the Indian Ocean.
The main focus of the research was on income diversification of fishers, the pressure on marine resources and the relation between the by: 9. The purpose of this book is to clarify the names, usage and legal status of artisanal fishing gears used on the Kenyan coast.
We define ‘artisanal’ gears as those used by local fishers within. Get this from a library. Artisanal fishers on the Kenyan coast: household livelihoods and marine resource management. [Jan Hoorweg; Barasa Wangila; A Allan Degen]. Artisanal fishers along the Kenyan coast, whether going out in boats or wading into the water and dragging nets back to shore, are all men, however, some.
Overexploitation of natural resources is often associated with poverty among local populations. A multi-disciplinary team studied artisanal fishers along the Kenyan coast on the Indian Ocean. The main focus of the research was on income diversification of fishers, the pressure on marine resources and the relation between the : Jan Hoorweg; Barasa Wangila; Allan Degen.
Fishing gears used on the Kenyan coast. Thirteen different fishing gears are used for fin-fish by artisanal fishers with the gill net distinguished into 8 sub-types by fishers (Supplementary Table S1). These gill net sub-types, including the illegal monofilament gill nets, were not distinguished in any datasets, including Artisanal fishers on the Kenyan coast book frame Cited by: Free Online Library: Evaluation of fish handling techniques employed by artisanal fishers on quality of lethrinids and siganids fish genera at landing time along the Kenyan coast using sensory and microbiological methods.(Report) by "African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development"; Agricultural industry Food/cooking/nutrition Health, general.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Allan A Degen books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Along the Kenyan coastline, artisanal fishers land 90% of marine fisheries landings (8 Mt), with hook and line and basket trap fishers forming 40 to 60% of fishers (Fondo, ; Frame Survey, ).
Tropical artisanal fishers use a variety of gears to target multispecies assemblage of fish using unmotorised crafts (Van der Elst et al., ).Author: Kihia Charles Maina, Hendrick Yvone, Muthumbi Agnes, Okondo Julius, Nthiga Aniel, Njuguna Vincent.
Migration is a feature of most small-scale fisheries across the world and has previously been described in spatial and temporal terms. This study assessed spatial and temporal migration patterns of fishers in Kenya, Tanzania, and Mozambique from October to March covering important migrant fishers destinations on the by: ARTISANAL FISHERS ON QUALITY OF LETHRINIDS AND SIGANIDS FISH GENERA AT LANDING TIME ALONG THE KENYAN COAST USING SENSORY AND MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS Odoli OC *1, Oduor-Odote PM1, Ohowa B1 and SO Onyango1 Cyprian Ogombe Odoli *Corresponding author email: [email protected] or [email protected] Jan Hoorweg retired in He is currently affiliated to the African Studies Centre Leiden as an honorary researcher.
At different times he was Professor of Food Security at the University of Wageningen (NL) and Professor of Human Ecology at Moi University (Eldoret).
He was also the Director of the Food and Nutrition Studies Programme (Kenya) and the Coordinator of the. Título: Artisanal Fishers on the Kenyan Coast Creador: Jan C. Hoorweg Género: Social Science Impresora: BRILL Identidad Clave: vzvbCJd2pd8C Código del libro: Oficiales de Idiomas: El número de hojas: Lanzamiento: This policy brief has been developed following a regional research project designed to compile data on fishers’ movements, the drivers behind these movements and the impacts on host communities.
The research was commissioned by the Marine Science for Management (MASMA) programme, under WIOMSA (Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association), to.
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For her analysis Marschall draws Author: Sabine Marschall. The relationship between fishing, livelihood diversification and poverty was investigated in the lower Mekong basin, in Laos, where fishing forms an important, but usually secondary part of rural livelihoods.
Results from a household survey show that participation in fishing is common and positively associated with higher occupational diversity and more Cited by: Jan C.
Hoorweg, Barasa Wangila, & A. Allan Degen, Artisanal Fishers on the Kenyan Coast, →ISBN: In /, the total catchweight reported by sport fishers waskg (Wright ) with the largest landings in Malindi (46%) and Watamu (37%).“Artisanal fishers have depleted fish catches in narrow waters and are now advancing towards the North Kenyan banks which is largely unexploited in search for fish,” said KMFRI’s Assistant.