2 edition of review of fisheries policy in Nigeria since 1950 found in the catalog.
review of fisheries policy in Nigeria since 1950
1997 by University of Portsmouth, Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources in Portsmouth .
Written in English
|Statement||B.M.B. Ladu and A.E. Neiland.|
|Series||Research paper / University of Portsmouth, Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources -- 126|
|Contributions||Neiland, Arthur E., University of Portsmouth. Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||421|
Please note that corrections may take a couple of weeks to filter through the various RePEc services. The Sea Fisheries Licensing Regulations These contain six regulations and two schedules on the licensing of motor fishing boats. By the s, the fishery organization had metamorphosed tremendously and soon, its name was changed to Federal Fisheries Services. Currently there is low activity because of low investment in craft and gear. It identifies prevention of unintended pregnancy as potential common ground for government policy-makers, environmentalists and family planning advocates.
Application form for a license or renewal of a license to operate or to navigate a motor fishing boat within the territorial waters of Nigeria and the particulars that must be stated in such application as contained in Form A of Schedule I are prescribed in these regulations [ 43 ]. Inmarine fisheries decreased to Tuna is mainly found in the off-shore tuna fishery and forms part of the large Gulf of Guinea stocks. Natural productivity is being enhanced by re-stocking with high quality, hatchery-produced fingerlings, and fishing effort is under some sort of control. No shrimp trawling is permitted in the inshore water of the Lagos-West fishing grounds. According to Onyema [ 44 ], nine of the 36 federal states in Nigeria have a coastline with the Atlantic Ocean.
One of the reasons is its neglect as a result of the expensive nature of aquaculture to most poor households. Yet in many poor countries, the persistence of high birth rates resulted in rapid population growth. Potential effects in other States, Local Governments or in foreign territories. This situation is particular in Nigeria since the discovery of oil in the s and consequent neglect of the agriculture by the government and citizens that fuelled rural-urban migration in the country.
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From the early s to the mid s, there was a resurgence of activities and this period has been called the "Faulkner Strip Layout" era in honour of the Director of Agriculture, Mr. The period also saw a considerable increase in the artisanal fisheries. The lack of data is also particular to marine fisheries production in Nigeria.
Otherwise, it may authorize its commencement. The Federal Department of Agricultural Research was retained since constitutional provisions placed review of fisheries policy in Nigeria since 1950 book research on the concurrent legislative list, while extension work remained a regional responsibility.
InFederal initiative and control of the nation's agriculture were set in motion. This allows to link your profile to this item. Importantly, the rise of the numeracy was higher in the regions which were less hierarchical and had less dependent from the slavery trade e.
High interest rates on investment loans have prevented prospective investors in the marine fisheries industry from taking loans from commercial, merchant, development, and even microfinance banks [ 21 ].
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The need for con certed effort at pasture and grassland management and improvement was adequately documented and a call for more co-operation between the livestock farmers and the traditional agriculturists was made.
With these figures, Nigeria has been considered as the largest importer of fish in developing world [ 716171819 ]. Those Nigerian companies have fleet sizes of less than four while larger companies, with fleet sizes of four or more are owned in partnership with foreign investors [ 1 ].
Application form for a license or renewal of a license to operate or to navigate a motor fishing boat within the territorial waters of Nigeria and the particulars that must be stated in such application as contained in Form A of Schedule I are prescribed in these regulations [ 43 ].
The Sea Fisheries Decree also extended the restriction placed on industrial vessels from competing with local fishers to 5 nautical miles.
Each of them is discussed below. The United Nations UN medium-variant population projection suggests that between andthe world will have to accommodate 2.
The trend in imports will, however, depend on the actual rate of growth of domestic production. Other activities undertaken included tests of rice growing in tidal mangrove swamps, where such an activity could be combined with fish farming, and improvements in the social conditions of the wholly fishermen populations of two small villages in Lagos.
The marine resources in these waters include demersal, pelagic, and shellfish resources, mainly shrimps, prawns, and crabs, that exist in commercial quantities. Furthermore welcome and Barthey discovered that catches from in-land fisheries are Indic line state due to deteriorating quality of aquatic environment and poor management.
According to Ejiola and Yinka [ 38 ], aquaculture is the least exploited fishery subsector with the vast brackish water fishing grounds almost unexploited. The problem of invasion of exotic fish species is linked to ballast water from ships.nigeria: the evolution of foreign policy and civilian rule subject: nigeria: the evolution of foreign policy and civilian rule keywords.
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With its coastline of kilometres and its abundance of freshwater, Nigeria has many fisheries in both coastal and inland waters.
According to the FAO, in fisheries contributed % to the GDP, and in total seafood export value was equivalent to % of the GDP. Fish imports into Nigeria vastly exceed fish exports.The resource base available pdf Nigeria can support the development both of offshore, inshore, brackish-water and inland capture fisheries, and of aquaculture.
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