Fisheries and F Guide - Resources and Review

Set of links to journals relevant to hydrology, marine and freshwater science, aquaculture. Some have only subscription information online, others have tables of contents, abstracts or full text.
Founded in October 1945 with a mandate to raise levels of nutrition and standards of living, to improve agricultural productivity, and to better the condition of rural populations. Now works to alleviate poverty and hunger by promoting agricultural development, improve nutrition and the pursuit of food security. Includes access to FAOSTAT, a multilingual database of time
series statistics in agriculture, nutrition, fisheries, forestry and food control.
Offers information on legislation, ministers, policies and programs, and events relating to the Australian agricultural, food, fisheries, and forestry industries. Areas of interest include quarantine, economics, rural issues, international trade, and the environment.
A report by the World Wide Fund for Nature on the implications of distant water fishing for world fisheries.
Searchable index to resources in forestry, veterinary, agricultural, food and environmental sciences. Subjects include fisheries and aquaculture, pollution, plant protection, and human nutrition.
Official information from the UK Government department responsible for policy on the production and processing of food, food safety, and the environmental impact of farming.
Information about the New Zealand Fishing Industry Board, quota management systems, the history of the fishing industry in New Zealand, Maori fishing issues, fishing methods, export information and links to other pages with related fishing topics.
National organisation that works towards a competitive and sustainable agriculture, horticulture, forestry and fisheries, and an optimal development of rural areas. DLO
NL comprises 12 research institutes with 3200 personnel.
Information about the College, its research programmes and publications. There is also background and statistics for the local fishing industry and links to other fishery resources.
Alphabetical list of terms used by Aquatic Science and Fisheries Abstracts indexers to describe the content of publications. Provides broader, narrower, and related terms for each descriptor.
A hypertext guide to Internet resources in aquatic science. The emphasis is on aquaculture and fisheries.
Illustrated article on the role of fishing in the early Medieval period, including a discussion of fish catching methods, such as hook and line, nets, traps, spears and lures.
Details of naval and maritime related museums in the UK arranged by region.
Information service for the aquatic world. Subject areas covered include aquaculture, conservation, fisheries, limnology, marine science and oceanography, maritime heritage, ocean engineering, and seafood.
Conducts aquaculture and fisheries research with a view to disseminating results to relevant bodies such as state and federal agencies. Details projects into oyster farms, clam aquaculture, and genetic issues, and offers bibliographic records of recent publications.
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