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Deep Sea Fisheries of India (2 Vols-Set)

G Sudhakara Rao

ISBN 10: 8176466565 / ISBN 13: 9788176466561
Published by B R Pub, Delhi, 2009
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Contents Vol. 1. Preface. Introduction. I. Estimation of potential fishery resources 1. Northwest coast. 2. Southwest coast. 3. Southeast coast. 4. Northeast coast. 5. Andaman and Nicobar Islands. 6. Lakshadweep Islands. 7. FORV Sagar Sampada a national facility. 8. Stock estimates. II. Prawn fishery of the northeast coast 1. Prawn landings along the northeast coast. 2. Prawn landings in West Bengal. 3. Prawn fishery of Orissa. 4. Prawn fishery of Andhra Pradesh. 5. Prawn fishery of the large trawlers. 6. Prawn fishery of mini trawlers. 7. Maximum sustainable yield. III. Bio economic analysis of the northeast coast demersal fisheries 1. Data processing. 2. Results of the bio economic analysis. IV. Diversification of deep sea fishing vessels 1. Deep sea lobster fishing. 2. The guidicelli report. 3. Monofilament longlining. 4. The proposal of AIFI in 1993. 5. Trawling operations in Myanmar. 6. Trawling operations in Indonesia. 7. Modification of trawlers for longlining. V. Financing the deep sea fishing fleets 1. Shipping development fund committee. 2. Formation of SCICI. 3. Necessity of a fisheries bank. 4. Plight of fishing vessel building yards. 5. Defaulting by companies. 6. Rehabilitation of deep sea fishing industry. 7. General remarks. VI. The deep sea prawn fishery 1. Exploratory surveys by INP vessels. 2. Exploratory surveys in FORV Sagar Sampada. 3. Studies by fishery survey of India. 4. Operations of chartered trawlers. 5. Deep sea prawn fishery of Kerala. 6. Deep sea prawn fishery at Mangalore. 7. The deep sea prawn fishery at Tuticorin. 8. Deep sea prawn fishery along the coromandel coast. 9. Management of the deep sea prawn fishery. VII. Deep sea lobster fishery of the Southwest coast 1. Surveys by INP during 1967 and 1968. 2. INP surveys during 1969 71. 3. Surveys by fishery survey of India. 4. Exploratory surveys by Sagar Sampada. 5. Commercial operations. 6. Estimation of resource potential. 7. Management measures. Vol. 2. VIII. Deep sea lobster fishery of the Andamans 1. Geographical distribution. 2. Distinctive characteristics. 3. Exploratory surveys. 4. Commercial operations. 5. Processing. 6. Marketing. IX. Operations of charter fishing fleets 1. Advantages of chartering. 2. Monitoring of charter operations. 3. Types of vessels and techniques. 4. Closure of charter scheme. X. Joint ventures with foreign companies 1. Joint ventures benefits to host country. 2. The problems and prospects of joint ventures. 3. Joint ventures in deep sea fishing. XI. Poaching by foreign fishing vessels in the Indian EEZ 1. Poaching fleets and their operations. 2. Evidence of poaching. 3. Surveillance by coast guard. 4. Poaching by chartered vessels. XII. The High seas tuna longline fishing by Indian fishing fleets 1. Development of longlining in Indian Ocean. 2. Exploratory longline fishing by Indian vessels. 3. Joint ventures in tuna longlining. 4. Longlining by medium shrimp trawlers. XIII. Squid jigging explorations 1. Squid jigging in neretic waters. 2. Jigging experiments in oceanic waters. 3. Squid jigging operations off Gujarat coast. 4. Jigging operations during 1988 98. 5. General remarks. XIV. By catch and discards 1. Discarding of by catch. 2. By catch of prawn fisheries. 3. By catch reduction devices. 4. By catch in groundfish fisheries. 5. By catch in tuna fisheries. 6. Suggestions to reduce by catch. XV. The deep sea fishery policy 1. Coastal fishing policy. 2. Deep sea fishing policy. 3. Draft national fisheries policy. 4. Comprehensive marine fishing policy. 5. General remarks. XVI. Conservation and management of marine fishery resources 1. Management objectives. 2. Physical assets. 3. Development of the fishery. 4. Biological studies. 5. Methods of stock assessment. 6. Studies on stock estimates. 7. Management strategies. 8. Over capacity and overcapitalization. 9. Management of shared fish stocks. 10. By catch and discards. 11. Code of conduct for responsible fisheries. 12. General remarks/conclusions. XVII. Co. Bookseller Inventory # 73945

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Title: Deep Sea Fisheries of India (2 Vols-Set)

Publisher: B R Pub, Delhi

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Hardbound

Book Condition:As New

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