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Artisanal fisheries of the Chad Basin in Africa

Arthur E. Neiland

Artisanal fisheries of the Chad Basin in Africa

an overview of research and annotated bibliography 1920-1990

by Arthur E. Neiland

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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fisheries -- Chad Basin,
  • Fisheries -- Chad Basin -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Arthur E. Neiland.
    SeriesCIFA occasional paper -- no. 18
    ContributionsFood and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Committee for Inland Fisheries of Africa.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 89 p. :
    Number of Pages89
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17186834M

    Abstra ct: Catch levels in artisanal fisheries of Lagos state vary according to the fishing zones,technologies and study therefore examined the major determinants of these variations and their effects on fish catch levels among the artisanal fishing households in the state.A total of artisanal fisherfolks. Freshwater Fish Species in Lake Chad/Chari River [Central Africa] The tables below were generated from - A project to provide indexing and links for all known species as the baseline dataset for studies of global biodiversity. All links below take you to pages on the site. To return to mongabay use one of the following.   The lakes in Africa were thousands of miles long. Mega Chad was a freshwater lake in Africa covering , sq miles (, sq km). Lake Chad formerly emptied in the Atlantic Ocean. The map of Megalake Chad and Megalake Congo makes it clear that Africans could sail all the way from South Africa to North : Clyde Winters.


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Artisanal fisheries of the Chad Basin in Africa by Arthur E. Neiland Download PDF EPUB FB2

AN OVERVIEW OF INFORMATION AND RESEARCH General Appraisals. Some of the earliest recorded observations of the Chad Basin fisheries are to be found in Migeod () and Monod (), followed by Welman () spanning a period when the “Normal” sized Lake Chad predominated, the fisheries were undeveloped and most of the catch was consumed locally.

Artisanal fisheries of the Chad Basin in Africa: an overview of research and annotated bibliography, Author: A Neiland ; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

To assemble all publications on the artisanal fisheries of the Chad Basin from to To arrange the publications in an indexed bibliography with keywords and brief annotations (abstract) in order to make the information which they contain as accessible as possible.

Artisanal fisheries of the Chad Basin in Africa. An overview of research and annotated bibliography Author: A.E. Neiland and FI. Artisanal fisheries of the Chad Basin in Africa An information crisis.

By A Neiland and Portsmouth Univ. (United Kingdom). Centre for Marine Resource Economics (CEMARE) Abstract. 2 Informal artisanal fish trade in West Africa: Improving cross-border trade Authors Raymond K.

Ayilu1, Theodore O. Antwi-Asare1, Paul Anoh2, Amadou Tall 3, Narcisse Aboya2, Sloans Chimatiro4 and Seraphin Dedi5 Authors’ Affiliations 1 University of Ghana 2 University of Felix Houphouet-Boigny 3 Consultant 4 WorldFish 5 Fisheries Committee for West-Central Gulf of Guinea (FCWC)File Size: 6MB.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Project Background Fisheries is an important sector of the economy of Mozambique. The sector is one of the main foreign exchange earners in the country. Mozambique’s fish exports, valued at approximately US$ 75 million (), contributed about 28% of exports and 12% of foreign exchange earnings.

west africa 3. artisanal fish processing and trade in west africa: a brief overview 4. artisanal processing and trading: an analysis of constraints 5. recommendations 6. conclusions bibliography part ii: case studies 1.

case study of the fish processing sector in joal: a dynamic reality aliou sall, credetip 2. women fish processors and traders File Size: 1MB. Artisanal fisheries can be subsistence or commercial fisheries, providing for local consumption or export. They are sometimes referred to as small-scale fisheries."[1] The decline of a regional fishing nation: The case of Ghana and West Africa.

Natural Resources Forum doi /jx [3]. Inland fisheries of North East Nigeria including the Upper River Benue, Lake Chad and the Nguru–Gashua wetlands. Fisheries Research, Vol. 48, Issue. 3, p. Cited by: Artisanal fisheries of the Chad Basin in Africa.

An overview of research and annotated bibliography Handbook of artisanal boatbuilding LEFEBVRE R CIFA Occasional Paper CIFA/OP2: Report of the 1st session of the FAO Committee for Inland Fisheries of Africa - Fort-Lamy, Chad, 29 November - 5 December CIFA Occasional.

The Lake Chad basin of ,km2 supports a population of 22m people in four countries (Cameroon, Chad, Niger, Nigeria). The lake has a fishery that is over-exploited, a center of. fishing industry in Africa. Revising fisheries agreements signed between African nations and developed countries may be of primary importance.

These agreements should prioritize the sustainability of artisanal fisheries in Africa which are important sources of revenues for millions of Size: 1MB. Artisanal fisheries in West Africa Problems of management implementation Rowena Lawson and Michael Robinson This article discusses the relevance and effectiveness of management measures for West African artisanal fisheries.

The structure of the fisheries is des- cribed and the sociological back- Cited by: Assuming an average family size of six, then some million people are directly dependent on small-scale fisheries. Many more people depend on fishing as their principal source of protein and, in Africa, over 80% of the available fish is caught by artisanal fishermen Fisheries Technology for Developing Countries is a book based on the report.

The industrial sector in West Africa has driven a number of fish stocks to collapse or near collapse since the s, when artisanal fisheries had just started booming by way of motorization. Some industrial fishing methods such as bottom trawling result in a drastic change in the sea floor shape and are very destructive, and yet pair trawling.

The fishing industry in Ghana is based on resources from the marine, inland (freshwater) and aquaculture sectors, the main sources of freshwater fish being the Volta Lake, reservoirs, fishponds and coastal lagoons. The artisanal fishing sector represents one of the three main sectors of marine fishing in Ghana.

According to NaFAA's annual report, artisanal fisheries across the eight coastal counties of Liberia caught a total of 13, tons of fish, valued nearly US$ million. Fishing for Sustainable Livelihoods in Angola: The Co-operative Approach "This paper focuses on the fisheries sector in Angola.

In particular, it considers the potential role for co-operatives in artisanal fisheries governance in Angola. The paper begins by situating fisheries governance within wider theories of natura. fisheries, and an estimated million people directly depend on these fisheries for protein and income, artisanal fishing includes 90% of all fishing jobs worldwide, approximately 45% of the world’s fisheries, and nearly a quarter of the world catch (Schorr, ).

Cost associated withFile Size: KB. Artisanal fisheries of the Xingu River basin in Brazilian Amazon Article (PDF Available) in Brazilian Journal of Biology 75(3):SS August with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Portsmouth Polytechnic, Centre for Marine Resource Economics Publisher - 10 works / 0 ebooks Artisanal fisheries of the Chad Basin in Africa Arthur E.

Neiland. Graphic Vital Water Graphics Major river basins of Africa Major river basins of Africa This map shows the locations of 13 major river basins in Africa: the Senegal, Volta, Niger, Lake Chad, Nile, Lake Turkana, Juba Shibeli, Ogooue, Congo, Zambezi, Okavango, Limpopo and Orange river basins.

This art book contains over color photographs by Marzio Marzot, documenting information on traditional food production systems, scientific details and notes from a journey through one of the world' s outstanding region: the Lake Chad Basin in Africa. It provides an insight into the life and customs of the local farmers, fishermen and pastoralists who foster, maintain and utilize.

An Assessirient of the problems and potentials of the artisanal fishers c-,f the Lake Chad Basin against the background of government fisheries policy Vol 1, FCi:fa Baga.

The Chad Basin is the largest endorheic basin in Africa, centered on Lake has no outlet to the sea and contains large areas of desert or semi-arid savanna. The drainage basin is roughly coterminous with the sedimentary basin of the same name, but extends further to the northeast and east.

Chad Basin, vast depression in Central Africa that constitutes the largest inland drainage area on the continent. Lake Chad, a large sheet of fresh water with a mean depth of between and 4 feet (1 and metres), lies at the centre of the basin but not in its lowest part. The area is lined.

Niger-Benue river basin 4. Lake Chad basin 5. Congo-Zaire river basin 6. Atlantic coastal basins (I) 7. Atlantic coastal basins (II) Economic valuation study approaches in fisheries It is important to recognise that economic valuation in fisheries can be approached in a number of different and yet complementary ways.

Economics of terrorism in Lake Chad Basin. In the Lake Chad Basin region, which includes Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria, economic viability and control is as important to extremist groups’ resilience as military tactics or ideology.

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Armed forces (1) Authoritarianism (1) Border security (1). Lake Chad, with its two major rivers and many runoff zones, was ranked high among Africa's producers of inland freshwater fish in the s.

With the drought and diversion of the waters of some rivers, however, production declined in the s. Traditionally, fish have been an important source of protein for those living along.

Unfortunately, Senegal’s open access regime to artisanal fisheries has contributed to the depletion of marine resources and the increase of fish prices. The overexploited fish stocks have pushed the Senegalese to extend their navigation range, and therefore fish further offshore, often in the neighboring countries of Guinea-Bissau and Mauritania.

This volume is a compendium of papers presented at a seminar, Socio-economic Conditions for Development of Artisanal Fisheries in Africa, organised by the Scandinavian Institute of African Studies and the Norwegian College of Fisheries Science.

It provides an interesting overview of the artisanal fisheries sector of sub-Saharan Africa. The model estimated that 37% of sub-Saharan Africa is suitable for small-scale, artisanal fish farming, which if realized could have substantial impacts on household food security.

Download: Download full-size image; Fig. GIS assessment of potential for small-scale/artisanal aquaculture in Africa (Aguilar-Manjarrez and Nath, ).Cited by: Since Africa’s water resources are so vital to basic livelihoods and economic growth on the continent, an improved understanding of its availability, distribution and limitations is crucial for its better management.

Sustainable small-scale and large-scale agriculture, commercial and artisanal fi sheries File Size: 6MB. Béné, C, Neiland, A, Jolley, T et al.

() Inland fisheries, poverty and rural livelihoods in the Lake Chad basin. J Asian African S 17 – Cited by:   The changes that have taken place in Nigerian fisheries are reviewed. Artisanal fishery has continued to dominate the fisheries, contributing over 85% of total fish production.

The inland water and coastal seas are fully exploited and the increase in fishery production is not likely. Aquaculture potentials remain untapped as much as deep-sea by: 5. almost all of that consumed in Mali, Chad and East Africa (see Figure 1). Africa's inland fisheries are important not only as a source of food, but as a source of employment and income for resource poor families.

They are exploited almost entirely by artisanal fishing communities in predominantly rural areas. In FAO estimated that the. Artisanal gold mining on Niger River in Mali, West Africa, February You can check out my book about traditional fishing and hunting in Mali here: http.

Faculty of Bioscience, Fisheries and Economics Survey of Artisanal Fishing Gear and Craft A case study of Kainji Lake lower basin, Nigeria. — Damilare Ibukun Ogundiwin Master Thesis in International Fisheries Management August.

But the Lake Chad “Basin” that covers almost 8% of the continent, spreads over seven countries: Algeria, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Libya, Niger and Nigeria.

Using a new framework combining vulnerability and exclusion as two central dimensions of poverty, this article revisits some of the long-standing beliefs about poverty in small-scale fisheries. We argue that the issue of poverty in fish-dependent communities cannot be reduced to a simple correlation between income poverty and fishery by: Many more people depend on fishing as their principal source of protein and, in Africa, over 80% of the available fish is caught by artisanal fishermen Fisheries Technology for Developing Countries is a book based on the report of the U S Board on Science and Technologyfor International Development (BOSTID) and addresses itself directly to the.