Development of fisheries in areas of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden
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Development of fisheries in areas of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden report prepared for the participating governments by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations acting as executing agency for the United Nations Development Programme. : Djibouti, Egypt, Jordan... : project findings and recommendations. by

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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome .
Written in English

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SeriesCopy from microfiche / Food and Agriculture Organization -- 86-61257, FI:DP/RAB/83/023
ContributionsFood and Agriculture Organization., United Nations. Development Programme.
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Open LibraryOL14322343M

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This book is the first comprehensive coverage of Red Sea fisheries to inform researchers and decision makers. The Red Sea is a geologically young sea, but also an area with the oldest record of. Yanbu Royal Commission Protected Area: This areas is protected by the Royal Commission through an agreement with the Meteorological and Environmental Protection Administration. It covers an area of ca. 5 km² and encompasses fringing reefs, mangroves, and seabird nesting sites. Umm al Qamari: Established in and covering an area of only 2 km², this small protected area in the southern Red. Areas of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. Article II: Geographical Coverage The present Convention shall apply to the entire sea area, taking into account integrated ecosystems of the Red Sea, Gulf of Aqaba, Gulf of Suez, Suez Canal to its end on the Mediterranean, and the Gulf of Aden as bounded by the following rhumb lines: Size: 2MB. The Centre did, however, complete a survey to identify areas suitable for the construction of shrimp farms along both the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden coasts of Yemen in in close cooperation with the National Egyptian Institute of Marine Science and Fisheries.

2. The Red Sea and Gulf of Aden region. The Red Sea and Gulf of Aden are globally renowned for their unique and beautiful marine and coastal environments, the diversity of species inhabiting them, the high degree of endemism, and the value of these resources for human development and as part of the region's cultural by: Table 6: Egyptian Red Sea Catches (mt), Table 7: Saudi Arabia Red Sea Fish Production (mt) Table 8: Species Composition of Saudi Arabian Red Sea Landings in and Table 9: Production of Sudanese Marine Products, (mt) Table Total Fish Production (mt) in Yemen, Red Sea and Gulf of Aden Coasts, File Size: 1MB. The Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea are known for their high degree of endemism of marine species; for example 6% of coral species and 17% of fishes present in the Gulf of Aden are endemic to the. Small-scale fisheries in Yemen are increasingly important, yet they struggle with access to infrastructure, markets, and credit. We identify significant differences in the development of the fisheries sector in the two main fishing regions: the Gulf of Aden and the Red by:

Review Of The Fisheries Resources Of The Red Sea And Gulf Of Aden Fao Fisheries Technical Paper by M J Sanders. Publication date Publisher Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Collection universallibrary Contributor FAO Language . The species list is drawn from an analysis of catches taken by Sumalian and Russian trawlers in the Gulf of Aden and the Arabian Sea between and The southern coastline of the Republic of Yemen has been divided into 7 areas, including waters around Socotra Island. The average depth of each trawl was recorded in 50 m increments. Non-appearance of the species in the area does not mean. Author: Ramón Bonfil,Mohamed Abdallah,Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org. ISBN: Category: Business & Economics Page: 71 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This volume presents a fully illustrated field guide for the identification of the sharks and rays most relevant to the fisheries of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. III Red Sea and Gulf of Aden main barriers to the sustainable development of the LME’s fisheries resources (PERSGA ecosystem scale and mollusc (Strombus), lobster and shrimp in the southern areas. Overexploitation of shark species is severe especially in Sudan, Djibouti and Yemen as a.