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Fisheries development in the Middle Mahakam area

I. G. Dunn

Fisheries development in the Middle Mahakam area

by I. G. Dunn

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Published by East Kalimantan Transmigration Area Development Project in Jakarta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Kutai Region.,
  • Mahakam River Watershed.
    • Subjects:
    • Fisheries -- Indonesia -- Kutai Region.,
    • Fisheries -- Indonesia -- Mahakam River Watershed.,
    • Freshwater fishes -- Indonesia -- Mahakam River Watershed.,
    • Fishes -- Indonesia -- Mahakam River Watershed.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementI.G. Dunn, G. Otte.
      SeriesTAD-Materialien ;, 13
      ContributionsOtte, G., East Kalimantan Transmigration Area Development Project., Indonesia. Departemen Tenaga Kerja dan Transmigrasi.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSH307.I64 D86 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 121 p. :
      Number of Pages121
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2622940M
      LC Control Number85190421

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      occur. The soils in this area are very poor in organic material and the main vegetation type is heath forest. Therefore, development of the area has remained limited and human population density is low. West Kalimantan. Few reports were collected in this area, as relatively little time was spent here.   Cambodia’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries recently declared a square mile region of the Koh Rong Archipelago the nation’s first marine protected area. The Marine Fisheries Management Area (MFMA), located by the islands of Koh Rong and Koh Rong Sanloem, houses diverse species of sea turtles and seahorses and protects.

      and conch fisheries in Belize (Huitric ), the incorporation of scientific knowledge into land-use policy on a local scale (Francis et al. ), the contribution of local knowledge about migratory birds to management (Gilchrist et al. ), and socioeconomic factors shaping customary marine tenure in the Indo-Pacific (Cinner ). A consolidated reply of experiences and examples shared by various members of the Solution Exchange Water Community Compiled by Gopi Ghosh and Nitya Jacob, Resource Persons, Raj Ganguly, Consultant and T. N. Anuradha and Sunetra Lala, Research Associates Issue Date: 29 December Query: From Jeevan Kumar, Institute of Environment and Eco-Development, .


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Transmigration and rural development have become the primary fields of activity of the TAD-project. The Middle Mahakam Area (MMA) was selected in early for practical testing and application of measures.

The study presents some data on the situation of the inland fishery of East Kalimantan on the basis of preliminary limnological, biological and socioeconomic Author: H. Rosenthal, G. Baum. Arifin, O. and Z. Arifin, Fisheries on the floodplain area of south Sumatra, a case study of the Lubuk Lampam in Paper presented at IPFC Symposium on the development and utilisation of inland fishery resources, Colombo, 27 October-5 November IPFC/76/SYM/10 (mimeo) Attwell, R.I., The degradation of Indonesia’s wetlands is continuing at a rapid pace.

People living in the Middle Mahakam Lakes (MML) region, part of a major wetland area in Indonesia, have observed various. Against `Green Development Fantasies': Resource Degradation and the Lack of Community Resistance in the Middle Mahakam Wetlands, East Kalimantan, Indonesia March Asian Journal of Social.

In some tropical fisheries too, particularly those at an early stage of development, only the larger species are captured and in such restricted fisheries the range of gear in use is quite limited.

In many other fisheries, however, the fishery exploits all species that are catchable and so a great number of fishing methods have evolved. The Irrawaddy dolphin is similar to the beluga in appearance, though most closely related to the killer has a large melon and a blunt, rounded head, and the beak is indistinct.

The dorsal fin, located about two-thirds posterior along the back, is short, blunt, and flippers are long and broad. It is lightly colored all over, but slightly more white on the underside than Class: Mammalia. Sustainable development of continental fisheries: a regional study of policy options and policy formation mechanisms for the Lake Chad Basin Context and Objectives The starting point for this project was the recognition that sustainable fisheries development must be founded upon a good understanding of the design and implementation of.

The expansion in the Mahakam delta in Indonesia was related to: a ban on trawl fisheries, availability of cold storage, affordability of mechanical pond construction, a comparative currency advantage, and ease of access to communal forests (Bourgeois et al., ).

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We conducted this study with the aim of assessing the extent to which direct and indirect (tangible) benefits of mangrove forest contribute to local livelihoods in the Ayeyarwaddy Region, Cited by: 2. Fisheries have changed the structure and dynamics of many fish and other prey populations.

Competition between marine mammals and fisheries would seem inevitable, but the complexities of marine food webs mean that impacts of one on the other may be substantially dampened and have proved very difficult to demonstrate. River dolphins are a polyphyletic group of fully aquatic mammals that reside exclusively in freshwater or brackish are an informal grouping of dolphins, which itself is a paraphyletic group within the infraorder river dolphins comprise the extant families Platanistidae (the Indian dolphins) (Old World family), Iniidae (the Amazonian dolphins) and Families considered river dolphins:.

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Cambridge Core - Oceanography and Marine Science - The Geomorphology of the Great Barrier Reef - by David HopleyCited by:   (Giesen et al, ). The largest mangrove area in East Kalimantan occurs in the delta of Mahakam River, which is the study site of MANGROVE project in Indonesia.

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Bibliography. Link/Page Citation. Abdul Aziz bin Juned, YB Pehin Datu Seri Maharaja DPSS (Dr.) UHA Qanun Jenaya Syar 'iah: Satu Pengenalan.Although peat forest has not been considered inflammable (Mueller-Dombois, ), under extreme conditions as inthe water level in the rivers surrounding the peat swamp in the middle Mahakam area was 6 metres below normal; much of the surface layer may already have been dry before fire began.

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