The purpose of this thesis is to clarify present conditions, problems, and essential factors that prompt extensive resource management to secure sustainable production in marine capture fisheries, by way of a case study of the Small-scale Trawling Fishery and Boat Seine Fishery in Western Seto Inland Sea.
It is from this point of view that I shall consider the characteristics of organization, the support of the administrative organ and the continuance factors involved in managing a comprehensive use of the fishing grounds.
The conclusion of this thesis found that five factors are absolutery necessary in order to maintain a sustainable pace of development and extensive resource management in marine capture fisheries, i.e: 1)organaization of young male, 2)support of the administrative organ for young male activity, 3)the promotion of friendship among the fishermen for the systematization on the resource management of marine capture fisheries, 4)the training a young male to be the leader of organization, 5)the improvement of resource management make full use of fishries regulation and TAE(Total Allowable Effort).
Fishing production development after reform opening policy from 1979, especially marine aquaculture products stand at 64%. However some problems bring about development of aquaculture. Aquaculture has complicated to wide sea area from subarctic zone to sub-tropical zone and growing many variety of shell and fish.
This paper was considered about development of marine aquaculture and some problems of aquaculture ground utilization in Fuzhou city, Fujian province. Aquaculture of Fujian province is Characteristics of low labor productively though high land productively compare with LiaoNing province, ShanDong province, and GuangDong province.
The amount of fisheries products 178.8 billion gen as prosperous fisheries in Fuzhou city and getting 51.6% of the amount agriculture and forestry products.
Aquaculture is getting 72.5% of fisheries products such as many kinds of shell and fish in sanshan-town.
Peoples government have authorized to make permit and sanction for utilization of fishing ground by fishery low in china (the low has been in force since 1986).
And maintained public to utilization sea area provided by sea area management utilization regulation(the regulation has been in force since 2006) in Fujian province was based on sea area utilization management low was enacted in 2002.
But aquaculture control by sea area management utilization regulation take new measure build up to environment and preserve of fishing ground as get worse coused for over cultivated under compound utilization became fisheries ground and unstable management of aquaculture.
In Banate area of Iloilo state, Philippine, majority of people are engaged in fishery. People earn as much as 70% of their income from fishery sector in our research fields, namely Barangay Aracaygan and San Francisco. It’s hard for them to manage in proper way both resource management and livelihood strategy due to small income of household. Therefore, particularly in San Francisco, they have made much effort to set up some community-based organizations and have done some activities to improve their income. The organizations are founded upon their network and their trust ship. In this paper, the argument will be put forward to discuss their improvement of the livelihood strategy by comparing their activities of community-based organizations and characteristic of their social network.
This paper describes a relationship between marine products as local resources in Saloum Delta, Senegal and roles of women’s labor in local communities with recognizing roles of women’s gender in the village communities through disclosing the actual situation of women’s production activities to shoulder their roles.
The most important economic activity for women in Saloum Delta is gathering, processing and sales of shellfish. They are engaged in their economic activity with accessing to shellfish gathering sites by either walk or rowing boat from their village. Managing actors of the shellfish as their local resources should not be men who spend most of their life out of Saloum Delta as migrant workers, but should be women who stay most of their life in the delta.
Women’s groups whose members possess wisdom jointly obtained by seeing, hearing and experiencing in their daily life, can become managing actors for the local resources only if the women’s groups acquire an ability to unify the stakeholder’s will. A policy to promote capacity building of such women’s groups in Saloum Delta is required to make them managing actors for local resources such as shellfish through fermenting their consciousness by providing the rights and obligations to them.