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Title:How diverse a fishery can be!: structure of the Mweru-Luapula fishery based on an analysis of the frame survey 1992 and a characterisation of the present management strategies
Authors:Zwieten, P.A.M. vanISNI
Aarnink, B.H.M.ISNI
Kapasa, C.K.
Year:1995
Issue:25
Pages:91
Language:English
Series:Report
City of publisher:Nchelenge
Publisher:Department of Fisheries
Geographic term:Zambia
Subjects:lakes
inland fisheries
Abstract:This report on the structure of the fishery in Lake Mweru/Luapula River in northern Zambia is based on a survey held from June to August 1992 among some 9,000 fishers, half of whom operate from the lake, the other half from the riverine area. The report deals with the physical environment, fishing methods, fish species, the fishers, workers and boats, female fishers, and the ethnic composition of the fishing population, as well as with the distribution of fishing activities and gear and with the management of the Mweru-Luapula fishery.
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