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Title: Status and Trends in Integrated Agriculture-Aquaculture in Ghana
Authors: Ofori, J.K.
ASFA Terms: Aquaculture
Issue Date: 2000
Citation: E. K. Abban, C.M.V. Casal, T.M. Falk and R.S.V. Pullin (eds.) Biodiversity and sustainable use offish in the coastal zone. ICLARM Conference Proceedings, 63, p. 36-37
Abstract: Ghana had an estimated per caput fishconsumption of 20 kg in 1993. The country'smain local sources of fish are marine catchesand, to some extent, inland fisheries from theVolta lake and rivers. Pond production formsan insignificant proportion of the national fishsupply, contributing only about 5 t.yearl.Catches from marine and inland capturefisheries have stagnated or declined in recentyears. Consequently, given high populationgrowth, fish availability will decline.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/724
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