Pelagic Fisheries of Senegal: State of Stocks, Management Options, Policy Constraints and the Role of Subsidies
After a global presentation of the Senegalese pelagic distribution of the fish stocks, this article analyzes the effects of financial support programs in the industry. The suitability...

Anthropogenic Activities Affecting Sediment Load Balance Along the West African Coastline
The west African coastline stretches from Senegal in the west-to Cameroon in the east. This coastline had naturally over time received most of its sediments through the numerous rivers...

Coastal Erosion in Senegal—The Case of Rufisque
Studies conducted in Rufisque (Senegal) have contributed to the understanding of coastal erosion processes. The historical evolution of the coastline between 1959 and 1980 shows different...

Coastal and Sand Spit Evolution from 1958 to 1992: Saloum River Mouth (Senegal, West Africa)
From the bathymetric map made in 1958 with the Marine Hydrographical Service in France (Number 6147), the 1976 Landsat imagery, the 1981 SPOT simulations, the 1991 SPOT data and the field...

Vulnerability of West Africa to Accelerated Sea-Level Rise
Studies of Senegal and Nigeria are reviewed in the context of regional vulnerability to accelerated sea-level rise. They suggest that West Africa is particularly vulnerable for a number...

Sea-Level Rise in Senegal: Impacts and Responses
The potential impacts and responses of sea-level rise on the coastline of Senegal are analyzed with an emphasis on regional distribution. Impacts include loss of land and the economic...

Pelagic Fisheries of Senegal: State of Stocks, Management Options, Policy Constraints and the Role of Subsidies

Growth of the Cockle Anadara Senilis L. in a Senegalese Lagoon, West Africa
Along the Senegalese coasts, A. senilis, which recently disappeared from the Senegal estuary is still abundant southward from Dakar, in the estuarine and coastal lagoons where it is harvested...

First Effects of the Diama's Dam on the Hydrological Evolution in Senegal Estuary, West Africa

Coastal Erosion Processes and Evolution of the Morphology: Two Examples in Africa, The Small Coast in Senegal and the Gabonese Coast

A Prospective Study of the Oyster-Farming in Senegal, West Africa
Various coastal lagoons and estuaries of the region have become oversaline as a consequence of the persistant drought across Sahel. We have monitored the possible consequences of hight...

Organization Design of a Water Resources Institution
An overview of the field of organization design is presented along with a brief description of major macro-organization design theories. Utilizing this information, four water resources...

 

 

 

 

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