An overview of socio-economic and ecological perspectives of Fiji's inshore reef fisheries
AbstractThis paper reviews the socio-economic and ecological context of Fijian reef fisheries. This review is deemed necessary because improved understanding of the state and trends of Fiji's coral reef fisheries on a national level is required for designing an effective management plan for Fiji's inshore reef fisheries. The most important point that emerges from our review is that despite numerous studies of Fiji's reef fisheries, the current status of reef-associated fisheries at the national level is still uncertain due, mainly, to the lack of dependable data on the subsistence fisheries. This in turn leads to uncertainty about how the continuation of fishing, in particular, fishing focused on target species for the coral reef resources trade, will affect fishing communities and the ecosystem.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Elsevier in its journal Marine Policy.
Volume (Year): 33 (2009)
Issue (Month): 5 (September)
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Fiji Coral reef fisheries Artisanal fisheries Subsistence fisheries;
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