Improving inland fisheries management in Cambodia
Since the inland fishery is the backbone of the Cambodian fishery sector a study on how to improve inland fisheries management and development is required. The study is divided into four aspects: A description of the present status of the fishery sector; an examination of environmental considerations, in terms of natural and man made impacts on inland fisheries; education, training, and extension in the fisheries sector; and an evaluation of the current state of fisheries management including fisheries legislation, policies, administration, and human resources development. Monitoring, control, and surveillance, vital elements of fisheries management and development are also considered in the context of inland commercial fisheries management.
Major fisheries policies, constraints, and strategies are indicated and conclusions drawn with respect to the improvement of inland fishery management and development in Cambodia. (Abstract shortened by UMI.)
0792: Fish production
0617: Public administration
0517: Agricultural education
0503: Agricultural economics