Considerable financial and political investments in fisheries comanagement
in the past 20 years have disseminated the concept across the
developed and developing world. Co-management is now established as a
mainstream approach to small-scale fisheries governance. This paper
reports on a meta-analysis to assess the overall impact of fisheries comanagement
Global aquaculture production increased with an average rate of 10% per year since 1990 and 90% of
aquaculture production comes from developing countries thus providing livelihood and income especially
to marginal groups who have limited access to resources such as agricultural land and financial capital.
Geographical information systems (GIS) based...
Over the last four decades, the aquaculture sector especially in developing countries has experienced dramatic growth. The increase in aquaculture production is a combination of area expansion and technological change (enhanced strains, input of feed and fertilizer, and improved management). One example of such technological change is the selective breeding...