Stock assessment of Lates niloticus (L.), Oreochromis niloticus (L.) and Rastrineobola argentea (Pellegrin) using fisheries-dependent data from Tanzania waters of Lake Victoria.
Report on Fourth FIDAWOG Workshop held at Kisumu, 16 to 20 August 1999.
Lake Victoria Fisheries Research Project,
(LVFRP Technical Document,7)
Three commercially important fish species, Lates niloticus (L.), Rastrineobola argentea (Pellegrin) and Oreochromis niloticus (L.) that are fished by artisanal fishermen of Lake Victoria, Tanzania part, were studied in Kagera, Mwanza and Mara beaches from October 1997 to July 1999. Catches, effort, exploitation and stock structure were investigated. Beaches for sampling were selected based on importance for landing the above named fish species. The number of boats found on beach that day, the number that lay idle and their means of propulsion were recorded. As many boats as possible were sampled for gear type and gear size. The catches were sorted into species and measured. Variation in the species and size composition of landings was observed between regions, between months and between gears used. The implications of the findings to management are discussed.
||Stock assessment of Lates niloticus (L.), Oreochromis niloticus (L.) and Rastrineobola argentea (Pellegrin) using fisheries-dependent data from Tanzania waters of Lake Victoria
|Title of Book:
||Report on Fourth FIDAWOG Workshop held at Kisumu, 16 to 20 August 1999
||LVFRP Technical Document
||Lake Victoria Fisheries Research Project
|Place of Publication:
||Lake Victoria Fisheries Research Project Phase II
||Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization
||Africa; Tanzania; Lates niloticus; Oreochromis niloticus; Rastrineobola argentea; stock assessment; artisanal fisheries
Ms Maria Kalentsits
||20 Apr 2011 08:37
||29 Sep 2011 15:29
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