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Major fishing nation of the world, major fishing region,
present trend of marine capture fisheries
World fisheries statistics
India fisheries statistics
Present trend of marine capture fisheries
• Total capture fisheries production:
 According to final data, total global ca...
World marine capture production
• Global fishery production in marine waters was 82.6
million tonnes in 2011 and 79.7 mill...
Major fishing area
• FAO Major Fishing Areas For statistical purposes, 27 major fishing
areas have been internationally es...
• The fishing area 07 ("Former USSR area Inland
waters") referred to the area that was formerly the
Union of Soviet Social...
Indian marine capture fisheries
 India has a coastal length of 8118 km (some authors mention as 8129 km)
spread over nine...
Major marine fish producing state/union territory (in 000 tonn)
Marine fish landing by spp. Coastal state and union
territories, 2012 in india (in tonn)
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Major fishing nation of the world

  1. 1. Major fishing nation of the world, major fishing region, present trend of marine capture fisheries
  2. 2. World fisheries statistics
  3. 3. India fisheries statistics
  4. 4. Present trend of marine capture fisheries • Total capture fisheries production:  According to final data, total global capture production of 91.3 million tonnes in 2012 is, slightly below the 93.7million tonnes of 2011. when the highly variable anchoveta (Engraulis ringens) catches are excluded.  However, these recent results should not raise expectations of significant catch increases. Rather, they represent a continuation of the generally stable situation reported previously. Variations in production by country, fishing area and species are buffered at the global level through compensatory developments in different fisheries.  In 1998, extremely low anchoveta catches reduced the total catch to 85.7 million tonnes. Thereafter, the widest deviations from the annual average of 91.1 million tonnes in the best and worst years (2011 and 2003 at 93.7 and 88.3 million tonnes, respectively) have been only about 3 percent.
  5. 5. World marine capture production • Global fishery production in marine waters was 82.6 million tonnes in 2011 and 79.7 million tonnes in 2012 (74.3 and 75.0 million tonnes excluding anchoveta). • In these two years, 18 countries caught more than an average of one million tonnes per year, accounting for more than 76 percent of global marine catches . • Eleven of these countries are in Asia (including also the Russian Federation, which fishes much more in the Pacific than in the Atlantic).
  6. 6. Major fishing area • FAO Major Fishing Areas For statistical purposes, 27 major fishing areas have been internationally established to date. • These comprise eight major inland fishing areas covering the inland waters of the continents, nineteen major marine fishing areas covering the waters of the Atlantic, Indian, Pacific and Southern Oceans, with their adjacent seas. • The major fishing areas, inland and marine, are listed below by two digit codes and their names.
  7. 7. • The fishing area 07 ("Former USSR area Inland waters") referred to the area that was formerly the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Starting with the data for 1988, information for each new independent Republic is shown separately. • The new independent Republics are: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan (statistics assigned to the fishing area "Asia Inland waters") and Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Republic of Moldova, Russian Federation, Ukraine (statistics assigned to the fishing area "Europe Inland waters").
  8. 8. Indian marine capture fisheries  India has a coastal length of 8118 km (some authors mention as 8129 km) spread over nine Coastal States and four Union Territories.  The Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of India extending up to 200 Nautical Miles (372 km) has an extent of 2.02 million km2, of which 0.86 million km2 are on the west coast, 0.56 million km2 on the east coast and 0.60 million km2 around the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The continental shelf of India has a spread of approximately 0.53 million km2.  Marine capture fisheries production has been around 2.5 million tonnes annually. The rate of expansion of marine fisheries in India has been slow due to continued adherence to traditional fishing methods and delay in extending fishing activities to deep waters.  India contributes more than one fourth of the landings of the Indian Ocean and more than half of the landings of the Western Indian Ocean.  Coastal Length, Continental Shelf Area, Number of Landing Centres & Fishing Villages. The following table shows the details of coastal length, continental shelf, number of landing centres and number of fishing villages of maritime states and union territories of India.
  9. 9. Major marine fish producing state/union territory (in 000 tonn)
  10. 10. Marine fish landing by spp. Coastal state and union territories, 2012 in india (in tonn) 404289 277484 187821 177228 163913 114839 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 300000 350000 400000 450000
  11. 11. Marine fish landing by spp. Coastal state and union territories, 2012 in india(in tonn) 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 andhra pradesh odisha tamilnadu west bengal A & N island puducherry
  12. 12. 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 140000 160000 180000 200000 0 186998 99172 8789 40867 13649 93107 2807 4144 10474 8710 149659 8620 45089 1664 29376 46197 18138 75437 42046 58493 283 32315 1629 8968 29087 2955 505 460 139 1285 gujarat karnataka kerala maharashtra goa lakshadweep daman & diu

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