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review of fisheries policy in Nigeria since 1950

Bernard Ladu

review of fisheries policy in Nigeria since 1950

(with special reference to the inland fisheries of north east Nigeria)

by Bernard Ladu

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Published by University of Portsmouth, Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources in Portsmouth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementB.M.B. Ladu and A.E. Neiland.
SeriesResearch paper / University of Portsmouth, Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources -- 126
ContributionsNeiland, Arthur E., University of Portsmouth. Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources.
The Physical Object
Pagination421p.
Number of Pages421
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18929154M

Oct 30,  · Standard Organization of Nigeria (SON) Invited FISON inputs for its review of standards in Commodities including Fish and Fisheries products. FISON submitted its input Prepared by some of our specialists in the relevant subject matter. Since the time the government of Nigeria made a tariff reduction on all fishery products from 25% to 5% in , Nigeria has become a major destination for imported seafood. There are various species of frozen fish being imported into Nigeria i.e., herring Mackerel (KOTE) and croaker are expensive compared to the other species.

Among these laws the Private Fisheries Protection Act, passed during the British colonial era. three acts, such as the Protection and Conservation of Fish Act , the Government Fisheries Protection Ordinance , and the Protection and Conservation of Fish (amendment) Act were enacted during the period of Pakistan frithwilliams.com by: Country Gender Profile. Nigeria. Final Report. March Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) based on a review of secondary data and a field survey in Nigeria. This report was Nigeria Gender Statistics Book (6) UNDP () Human Development Report Nigeria (7) National Bureau of Statistics ().

The resource base available to Nigeria can support the development both of offshore, inshore, brackish-water and inland capture fisheries, and of aquaculture. The offshore resources located between the 30 nautical mile territorial limit and the nautical mile exclusive economic zone consist mainly of tuna. Dec 22,  · Fisheries: The history of fisheries development in Nigeria is a comparatively recent one, although reports have shown that a fishing company operat ed from the coastal waters of Lagos long before Deliberate efforts at developing the country's fisheries can be said to date back to the Second World War when, because of the naval blockade of.


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