Economic in Commercial Fisheries


 Shweta Desai


            Fisheries conduct a wide range of commercial fisheries economic analyses. These analyses include: Estimating harvest to target species and marketable bycatch species; Predicting bycatch of protected species; Assessing fishing capacity and the cost of reducing over-capacity; Predicting entry/exit into fisheries; and determining the contribution of commercial fishing to local, state and national economies Commercial fishing is the activity of catching fish and other seafood for commercial profit, mostly from wild fisheries. It provides a large quantity of food to many countries around the world, but those who practice it as an industry must often pursue fish far into the ocean under adverse conditions. Large-scale commercial fishing is also known as industrial fishing. This profession has gained in popularity with the development of shows such as Deadliest Catch, Swords, and Wicked Tuna. The major fishing industries are not only owned by major corporations but by small families as well. The industry has had to adapt through the years in order to keep earning a profit. A study taken on some small family-owned commercial fishing companies showed that they adapted to continue to earn a living but not necessarily make a large profit. It is the adaptability of the fisherman and their methods that cause some concern for fishery managers and researchers; they say that for those reasons, the sustainability of the marine ecosystems could be in danger of being ruined. Commercial fisherman harvest a wide variety of animals, ranging from tuna, cod, carp, and salmon to shrimp, krill, lobster, clams, squid, and carb, in various fisheries for these in various fisheries for these species. Commercial fisheries economic analyses enable fisheries to assess both the magnitude and distribution of the costs and benefits associated with each management decision. This research book directly supports fisheries stewardship goal of maximizing benefits to the nation while ensuring the long-term sustainability of all living marine resources.      


1 – The Economic of Fishing and Fisheries Economics

2 – Fisheries Economics and Management

3 – What is Economics? Definitions and Scope

4 – Fish and Fishery: Current Issue

5 – Fat-Soluble Vitamins in Fish

6 – Distribution in Time and Migration

7 – Characteristics of Undrainable and Drainable Ponds

8 – Integrated Farming – Rationale and Scope

9 – Sustainability of Fisheries System

10 – Accessing Fish Farming Biotechnology in Emerging

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  Prep. / Ayman Ashry

Manage. / Mona Mahmoud

المصدر: Venus Books Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi (India)

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