L'exploitation mondiale des crustaces: Bilan et perspectives
Since nearly twenty years, world exploitation of crustaceans increases from 1,263,000 tons in 1968 to 3,419,000 tons in 1985, overcoming the predictions of 1970 by more than one million tons. Penaeid prawns fisheries experienced a very fast development. The krill resource proved to be practically commercially unworkable. By now, the major crustaceans stocks appear fully exploited. During the same period, penaeid aquaculture experienced a fast growth, which should continue in the near future.
Auteurs du document :
Laubier, A, Laubier, Lucien
Obtenir le document :
Actes de colloques. Ifremer. Brest [ACTES COLLOQ. IFREMER.]. 1988
Mots clés :
Statistics, Shrimp culture, Crustacean fisheries, Commercial species