Rebuilding coastal fisheries livelihoods after the Tsunami: key lessons from past experience

Stobutzki, I.C. and Hall, S.J. (2005) Rebuilding coastal fisheries livelihoods after the Tsunami: key lessons from past experience. Naga, Worldfish Center Quarterly, 28(1-2), pp. 6-12.

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Abstract

Fishing communities around the Indian Ocean were severely affected by the December 2004 tsunamis. Programs for rebuilding coastal fisheries livelihoods need to address the pre-tsunami situation that was characterized by overfishing and degraded natural resources. Adopting appropriate strategies to ensure sustainable livelihoods will require community involvement, as well as cross-sectoral, integrated planning and management at ascending government levels. Key recommendations from the WorldFish Center study Sustainable Management of Coastal Fish Stocks in Asia are presented to encourage discussion and debate.

Item Type: Article
Title: Rebuilding coastal fisheries livelihoods after the Tsunami: key lessons from past experience
Personal Creator/Author:
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Stobutzki, I.C.
Hall, S.J.
Journal or Publication Title: Naga, Worldfish Center Quarterly
Volume: 28
Number: 1-2
Page Range: pp. 6-12
Date: 2005
ISSN: 1511-8533
Issuing Agency: WorldFish Center
Uncontrolled Keywords: Coastal fisheries; Sustainable development; Villages; Development projects; Sustainability; Socioeconomic aspects
Subjects: Aquaculture
Fisheries
Item ID: 9518
Depositing User: Mr William Ko
Date Deposited: 07 Oct 2012 14:18
Last Modified: 07 Oct 2012 14:18
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/9518

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