Statistical Annual of Aquaculture and Fisheries
- Data Manager
- Date Issued
- Date Collected
- 1980 to 2013
- Cite This Work
Jimenez-Esquivel, Victoria M.; Mendez-Espinoza, Alondra (2018). Statistical Annual of Aquaculture and Fisheries. In dataMares: Fisheries. UC San Diego Library Digital Collections. http://doi.org/10.6075/J0CJ8BPH
Dataset collected by CONAPESCA, this database integrates basic statistics related to the main economic and social aspects of national aquaculture and fisheries. The Statistical Annual of Aquaculture and Fisheries main objective is to disseminate general information of national fisheries and aquaculture resources and is aimed at all types of users, such as decision makers; academics and researchers; media; institutions of the public and social sectors. The Statistical Annual of Aquaculture and Fisheries is a useful and important tool for the management of fisheries and evaluation of fisheries policy, by expanding the thematic coverage of sectoral statistics. Between the period from 1980 to 2014.
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- Scope And Content
Inquiries should be directed to Victoria Jimenez-Esquivel (email@example.com)
- Technical Details
Software used: Microsoft Excel.
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- Spanish; Castilian
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