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  1. Multiple Resource Utilisation Developments in Mondi Forests

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    Defined as the use of available resources other than the planted trees on Mondi's landholdings, the development of various MRU projects is described from 1975 onwards. Projects are differentiated into those that are directly dependant on the presence of planted...
  2. Changes in abundance of the northern Benguela sardine stock during the decade 1990–2000, with comments on the relative importance of fishing and the environment

    Changes in abundance of the northern Benguela sardine stock during the decade 1990–2000, with comments on the relative importance of fishing and the environment

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Marine Science
    The northern Benguela stock of sardine Sardinops sagax used to be considered one of the major clupeoid stocks of the world; it supported an average annual catch of >700 000 tons throughout the 1960s. The stock has been in a...
  3. Changes to regulations and the gear used in the South African commercial fishery for <em>Jasus lalandii</em>

    Changes to regulations and the gear used in the South African commercial fishery for <em>Jasus lalandii</em>

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Marine Science
    Alterations to the operational fishing gear used in the South African west coast rock lobster Jasus lalandii fishery and their resultant impacts are investigated. The most important developments have been: (i) a change during the 1960s from hand-hauled hoopnets to...
  4. CATCH AND EFFORT IN THE LAKE KARIBA SARDINE FISHERY

    CATCH AND EFFORT IN THE LAKE KARIBA SARDINE FISHERY

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Limnological Society of Southern Africa
    The fishery for Limnothrissa on Lake Kariba, which produced nearly 25 000 t in 1985, is backed by a comprehensive statistical system which increases the chance of using catch and effort models to manage it. The way in which effort...
  5. IMPLICATIONS OF WATER RELEASE FROM THE PONGOLAPOORT DAM FOR THE FISH AND FISHERY OF THE PHONGOLO FLOODPLAIN, ZULULAND

    IMPLICATIONS OF WATER RELEASE FROM THE PONGOLAPOORT DAM FOR THE FISH AND FISHERY OF THE PHONGOLO FLOODPLAIN, ZULULAND

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Journal of Aquatic Sciences
    Wetland fish stocks can usually be sustained as long as the natural flood regime is maintained, but unnatural disruption of the flooding pattern can interfere with fish spawning and feeding. The dynamics of the Phongolo floodplain fish community are determined...
  6. The ‘Fish Trader+’ model: reducing female fish traders’ vulnerability to HIV

    The ‘Fish Trader+’ model: reducing female fish traders’ vulnerability to HIV

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    Analysis from research and practice in Africa shows that fishing communities are hardly reached by HIV-related services, education, and business services, partly because of the efforts and costs involved and a lack of good practice in reaching out to these...
  7. Transactional sex in the fishing communities along Lake Victoria, Kenya: a catalyst for the spread of HIV

    Transactional sex in the fishing communities along Lake Victoria, Kenya: a catalyst for the spread of HIV

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    The study describes the nature, context and implications of a unique form of transactional sexual relationships in the fishing communities along Lake Victoria in Kisumu County, Kenya. We conducted 12 focus group discussions and 17 key informant interviews among fishermen,...
  8. Some aspects of the ecology of the Groot Letaba River in the Northern Province, South Africa

    Some aspects of the ecology of the Groot Letaba River in the Northern Province, South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    The aim of this pilot study was to evaluate the current ecological status of the Groot Letaba River and to compare this information with historical data. The objective was to determine the effects of various impacts on the fish populations...
  9. Fish as a resource in a rural river catchment in the Northern Province, South Africa

    Fish as a resource in a rural river catchment in the Northern Province, South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    The rural population in the Mutshindudi River valley, in the north-eastern corner of the Northern Province, accept locally-caught freshwater fish as food (85%), but tinned pilchards are the most commonly eaten fish. Fishing gear was recorded in 70% of the...
  10. Indigenous names of fish and fishing gear in the Cuvelai, Kavango and Caprivi regions of Namibia

    Indigenous names of fish and fishing gear in the Cuvelai, Kavango and Caprivi regions of Namibia

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    This study discusses the local names of the inland fresh water fish species of the Cuvelai, Kavango and Caprivi regions of Namibia, in five indigenous languages: OshiWambo/OshiNdonga, RuKwangali, RuGciriku, SiLosi and SiSubia. It also discusses local names of the indigenous...