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    This paper presents the results, analysis, and discussion of four experimental trials conducted in Aden, comparing sun drying and solar dome drying of three species of fish. Solar dome drying is shown to be a realistic proposition compared with sun drying principally due to the very low losses achievable with solar dome drying. Technical feasibility of this methodology has been effectively demonstrated and should be supplemented by an economic feasibility evaluation. A description of the solar d ome dryer is also presented.
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    Prefeasibility study for a shark and fish utilization enterprise in Quseir area, Egypt 1983
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    Fisheries development mainly lies in the possibilities of identifying new investment opportunities in the fisheries sector. Thus, the development of fisheries along the Egyptian Red Sea Coast could only be achieved and maintained through integrated development/investment oriented projects. Preparing pre-feasibility and feasibility studies on such investments opportunities is one of the main objectives for the Project for Development of Fisheries in Areas of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden (RAB/81/0 02). This report is one of these studies. The report includes four main sections: technical background; fishing enterprise; shark and fish processing enterprise; financial and economic evaluation.
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    Technical feasibility of processing sharks in Djibouti 1983
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    This paper deals with the technical feasibility of shark utilization in Djibouti, providing information on the species of sharks that are usually caught, handling, preparation and processing of the various parts of the carcass, to meet the requirements of markets both in Djibouti and in other countries. A description and list of equipment required for a shark processing unit is given.

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