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Title: The Namibian Fisheries Experience
Authors: Goodisan, P.
ASFA Terms: Fishery industry
Issue Date: 1991
Citation: Samudra n° 5&6. p.16-20
Abstract: As a consequence of the upwelling of the nutrient rich Benguela current the fishing grounds off the coast of Namibia were once the most productive in the world. Fishing activities off the coast of Namibia have always been organized into two quite separate in-shore and off-shore industries. In shore pilchard and anchovy dominate, whilst off shore hake and Horse Mackerel dominate. A highly integrated fish processing industry based on the in-shore pilchard has been built up at Walvis Bay, whilst of- shore long distance foreign fleets with few links to Walvis Bay have dominated the fishery.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/828
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