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Fisheries of the Pacific Islands: Regional and national - FAO

Fisheries of the Pacific Islands: Regional and national - FAO

Fisheries of the Pacific Islands: Regional and national -

Fisheries of the Pacific Islands Regional and national information RAP PUBLICATION 2011/03

  • Page 3 and 4: Fisheries of the Pacific Islands Re
  • Page 5 and 6: FOREWORD The Pacific Island region
  • Page 7: Table of Contents Foreword ........
  • Page 11 and 12: The Pacific Islands region Regional
  • Page 13 and 14: Fishery statistics in the region Wi
  • Page 15 and 16: In 2008 the Asian Development Bank
  • Page 17 and 18: Coastal fishery resources Sources o
  • Page 19 and 20: - Export invertebrates have histori
  • Page 21 and 22: Shallow water reef fish: In most of
  • Page 23 and 24: Tonnes per year 450 400 350 300 250
  • Page 25 and 26: Deepwater bottomfish: The target of
  • Page 27 and 28: Status of coastal resources In gene
  • Page 29 and 30: It is ironic that, although the fis
  • Page 31 and 32: international agencies and a number
  • Page 33 and 34: SPC (2008b) points out an issue tha
  • Page 35 and 36: Another important target of offshor
  • Page 37 and 38: Figure 8: Industrial tuna fishing i
  • Page 39 and 40: Information in OFP (2008) can be gr
  • Page 41 and 42: effort and size composition data fo
  • Page 43 and 44: As an example of a TMP, Box 11 give
  • Page 45 and 46: Box 13: Western and Central Pacific
  • Page 47 and 48: Many of the interesting issues asso
  • Page 49 and 50: 2. FISHERIES DATA Estimated employm
  • Page 51 and 52: 3.2.1 Marine catch profile Oceanogr
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    Coastal fishing is often carried ou

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    FFA (1993) 23 gives the names of im

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    Coastal fisheries management In acc

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    - A total of 3 058 live giant clams

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    5.3 Supply The government has sever

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    A report by the Forum Fisheries Age

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    7. FISHERY SECTOR INSTITUTIONS Succ

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    interest; and (b) require managemen

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    Estimated employment (2007) (i) Pri

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    The catch by both local and foreign

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    A survey 45 in the 1990s found that

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    management issues related to over-e

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    - Taiwanese and Korean seiners (and

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    5.5 Food security Fish, both local

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    In another sense, a de facto nation

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    citizens to come. The Authority wor

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    2. The Authority is authorized to e

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    2. FISHERIES DATA 2005 Production I

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    spearfishing. Some of the commercia

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    Measures for the management of the

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    - Exports of fishery products are a

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    5.7 Rural development An important

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    - Practical aspects of fisheries an

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    KIRIBATI 1. GENERAL GEOGRAPHIC AND

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    The main trends and important issue

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    3.2.2 Marine landing sites Catches

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    In the early 2000s Kiribati Tuna De

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    3.2.6 Fishermen communities The con

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    4.2 Fish markets Catches taken by s

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    15 years and older. The proportion

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    - in the longer term, there will be

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    7. FISHERY SECTOR INSTITUTIONS 97 T

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    MARSHALL ISLANDS 1. GENERAL GEOGRAP

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    Main trends and important issues in

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    The Arno Atoll Fisheries Developmen

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    marine reserve, was essentially a s

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    4. POST-HARVEST USE Offshore fishin

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    5.7 Rural development An important

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    6.3 Research The latest annual repo

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    communities in development and mana

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    NAURU 1. GENERAL GEOGRAPHIC AND ECO

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    Main trends and important issues in

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    Country Fishing vessels licensed to

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    The PNA 133 In February 1982 the Na

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    transshipping in the zones of Pacif

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    to most of the tuna resources in th

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    - The Authority is responsible for

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    NIUE 1. GENERAL GEOGRAPHIC AND ECON

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    The main trends and important issue

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    Fishing for scads in Niue Fish of t

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    - Eliminate illegal fishing activit

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    4. POST-HARVEST USE 4.1 Fish utiliz

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    0.9 percent of all income in Niue f

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    7. FISHERY SECTOR INSTITUTIONS Resp

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    PALAU 1. GENERAL GEOGRAPHIC AND ECO

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    The above estimates include landing

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    The Palao Conservation Society (PCS

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    Management measures and institution

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    3.2.6 Fishermen communities The con

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    5.3 Supply The government has sever

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    In late 2009 the Secretariat of the

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    The mission of the Bureau of Marine

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    Some recent events related to the M

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    2. FISHERIES DATA 2007 Production I

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    Catch volume (tonnes) Number of ves

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    The production means coastal subsis

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    of producing maximum sustainable yi

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    - Even in highland areas of Papua N

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    - Facilitate and undertake research

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    - Exports of fishery products are a

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    6. FISHERY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT 6.1 C

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    The National Fisheries College is a

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    The other main body involved in PNG

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    Estimated employment (2003) (i) Pri

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    Estimates of the coastal marine cat

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    villages in Samoa, the number of ma

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    Another review of aquaculture in Sa

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    - An Asia Development Bank study228

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    - Courses and workshops are also gi

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    SOLOMON ISLANDS 1. GENERAL GEOGRAPH

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    - Over-exploitation and decline of

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    2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2009 Longl

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    In the decade that the plan was in

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    3.4 Recreational sub-sector Althoug

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    5. FISHERY SECTOR PERFORMANCE 5.1 E

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    - Although the government-owned can

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    A recent study 253 summarises the a

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    TONGA 1. GENERAL GEOGRAPHIC AND ECO

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    Volume of production (metric tonnes

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    are usually 5 to 10 days in length

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    In a World Bank study, residents of

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    - The Snapper and Grouper Fisheries

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    3.5 Aquaculture sub-sector Aquacult

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    5. FISHERY SECTOR PERFORMANCE 5.1 E

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    - Aquaculture is, to some degree, s

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    The largest donor initiative in Ton

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    - Codes of practice: The Minister m

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    Estimated employment (2002) (i) Pri

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    high costs of doing business, limit

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    3.2.1 Marine catch profile Estimate

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    Common species in the Tuvalu spearf

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    The tuna management objectives are

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    5. FISHERY SECTOR PERFORMANCE Box:

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    - Of those households that engaged

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    An important aspect of fisheries de

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    to upgrade their skills through ove

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    Estimated employment (2007) (i) Pri

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    3.2.2 Marine landing sites The fore

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    (longnose emperor), Sargocentron ti

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    Subsistence fisheries management Th

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    In the coastal fisheries: - Inshore

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    5.7 Rural development The Fisheries

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    - Ni Vanuatu crewing requirements:

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    According to the most recent annual

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    References Abbott, D. 2004. The Fed

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    FFA. 2007. Nauru Fisheries and Mari

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    Gillett. 2009. The Contribution of

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    Nordoff, C. 1930. Notes on the Offs

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    Tonga Fisheries Project. 2005. Tong

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