Management of Fisheries in the State of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

by Sergio Roberto P. Annibal, Univ Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Coastlines of Brazil


To improve the interdisciplinary knowledge and to subdivide the problem in bio-ecological sectors, international committees recommend the development of integrated evaluation groups. On the other hand, some regional management strategies have been developed with good results in some countries such as Japan and the Philippines. In Brazil, experience in this field shows the need for regionalism and multidisciplinarity. This study placed in the State of Rio de Janeiro, tries to illustrate a type of regional management. The main idea is to speed the solutions of the problems of the fisheries production as well as the aquatic environmental quality. The main objective is to bring forward the discussion of the subject 'management' analyzing some important aspect. Subjects covered include fisheries resources and conservation, ecosystem diversity, multiple uses, institutional responsibilities, regional management, and others.

Subject Headings: Fish management | Developing countries | Resource management | Water quality | Ecosystems | Agriculture | Aquatic habitats | Zoning | Brazil | South America | Asia | Japan | Philippines

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