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Assessment of Hong Kong"s inshore fishery resources

Assessment of Hong Kong"s inshore fishery resources

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Published by Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishery resources -- China -- Hong Kong.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Tony J. Pitcher ... [et al.].
    SeriesFisheries Centre research reports -- v. 6, no. 1.
    ContributionsPitcher, T. J., University of British Columbia. Fisheries Centre.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH298.3 .A77 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination81, [68] p. :
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15998745M

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Assessment of Hong Kong Inshore Fishery Resources, Page 4 INTRODUCTION This report describes the catch, biomass and exploitation status of fished stocks in the km2 of Hong Kong’s coastal waters, the trophic structure of Hong Kong's inshore marine ecosystem, and the predicted impact of specified changes to fisheries management on the ecosystem.

Assessment of Hong Kong's inshore fishery resources. Assessment of Hong Kong's inshore fishery resources: Alternate Title: Fisheries Centre research reports, Vol.

6, no. 1: Creator: Pitcher, Tony J. Watson, Reg Courtney, Anthony Pauly, Daniel: Publisher: Fisheries Centre. University of British Columbia: Date Issued: Description. Abstract EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This work aims to determine the exploitation status of Hong Kong's inshore fishery resources, and the likely impact of management measures.

View Homework Help - FISHERY_RESOURCES (1).pdf from BUSI at University of Maryland. ASSESSMENT OF HONG KONGS IN S HO RE FISHERY RESOURCES by Tony J.

Pitcher Reg Watson Anthony Courtney & Daniel. Fisheries Centre Research Reports No. 6 (Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

This work aims to determine the exploitation status of Hong Kong’s inshore fishery resources, and the likely impact of management measures on the coastal ecosystem. This report describes results of the assessment work performed.

The inshore waters of Tokyo, New York and Hong Kong were once substantial fisheries, but only vestiges remain after they were degraded by expansion of the built environment, infrastructure, land. To bring the fishing industry back to a sustainable path, the Government has amended the Fisheries Protection Ordinance (Cap.

) to implement a series of fisheries management measures to control the fishing effort in Hong Kong waters and protect important Assessment of Hong Kongs inshore fishery resources book spawning and nursery grounds. 1. Introduction. The inshore waters of Tokyo, New York and Hong Kong were once substantial fisheries, but only vestiges remain after they were degraded by expansion of the built environment, infrastructure, land reclamation, pollution, and overfishing.Fisheries research has overlooked these metropolitan inshores in favour of addressing the urgent sustainability issues.

These include the trawl ban, the registration of local fishing vessels, and eventual designation of fisheries protection areas in Hong Kong waters to protect important fish nursery and spawning grounds etc. Report of the Committee on Sustainable Fisheries.

Report on Survey of Fisheries Resources in Hong Kong (). Assessment of Hong Kong’s inshore fishery resources.

Fisheries Centre Research Reports 6(1): 81p. Watson R. and Pauly, D.(). Systematic distortions in world fisheries catch trends. Nature Wilson, K. The Hong Kong marine fish culture industry –. Inthe production of the capture fisheries and mariculture sectors accounted for about 28% of all seafood consumed in Hong Kong, whereas pond fish farms produced about 2% of the total consumption of freshwater fish.

Capture Fisheries. Inthe number of fishing vessels was about 5, and that of local fishermen was ab smaller than 12 m, and fish in inshore waters of Hong Kong. I also estimated the amount of recreational catches and discards from fisheries.

METHODS. Background of Hong Kong fisheries. Before and immediately after World War II, fishing boats were largely un. The recent development of Hong Kong's marine fisheries [Che-leung Ho] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Che-leung Ho.

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/23 Prepared by Inshore Fisheries, Resource Management and Programmes, Ministry for Primary Industries ISBN No: (online) ISSN No: (online) July   Wherever you go in Hong Kong, it seems that if you can get to the water, you will see someone fishing.

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HONG KONG - The continuing growth of the region's fish and aquaculture market was the central theme at the fifth edition of Seafood Expo Asia held from September at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Lai Loi Chau, a freshwater fish farmer who chairs the Hong Kong New Territories Fish Culture Association and participated in the pilot scheme, said about 1, fish ponds exist in Hong Kong.

“Birds around the fishpond wetlands feed on 15 to 20 percent of the fry in our ponds,” Lai says. “It costs us about HK$, a year for a one. Inshore fishery. The ownership of the fishery resources is not clearly defined (Fong ) but the rights to use the resource by qoliqoli owners (custodians) is well established in Section 17 of the Fisheries Act.

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