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FAO Fisheries Department. Responsible fish utilization. FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries. No. 7. Rome, FAO. 1998. 33p.


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    负责任鱼品利用 2000
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    These guidelines have been produced to support the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries particularly with regard to the need for responsibility in the post-harvest sector of the fish producing industry. The industry that produces fish for food has three major areas of responsibility: to the consumer of the food to ensure that it is safe to eat, is of expected quality and nutritional value, to the resource to ensure that it is not wasted and to the envir onment to ensure that negative impacts are minimized. In addition the industry has a responsibility to itself to ensure the continued ability of many millions of people throughout the world to earn a gainful living from working within the industry. Article 11.1 of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries and other related parts of the Code are concerned particularly with these responsibilities. This publication provides annotation to and guidance on these articles to assist those c harged with implementation of the Code to identify possible courses of action necessary to ensure that the industry is conducted in a sustainable manner.
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    Aquaculture development. 1997
    Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food production systems in the world, with the bulk of its output currently being produced within developing countries, and with expectations for aquaculture to continue its contributions to food security and poverty alleviation. The vast majority of aquaculture practices around the world have been pursued with significant nutritional and social benefits, and generally with little or no environmental costs. However, it is essential for current efforts ai ming at the future success of aquaculture in both developing and developed countries, that potential social and environmental problems are duly addressed in order to ensure that aquaculture develops sustainably. This document provides annotations to the Principles of Article 9 of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries. These annotations are meant to serve as general guidance, and should be taken as suggestions or observations intended to assist those interested in identifying their o wn criteria and options for actions, as well as partners for collaboration, in support of sustainable aquaculture development. Given the diversity in aquaculture and the sometimes different perceptions of "sustainability", more balanced and informed approaches are required to address developmental and environmental issues at any given location. Commitment for collaboration, constructive dialogues among responsible partners, and participation of aquafarmers and their communities are importan t when assigning responsibilities for sustainable development of aquaculture. Providing an enabling environment for sustainable development in aquaculture is the responsibility of people in governments and their institutions, social and natural scientists, media, financial institutions, special interest groups, including social and private sector associations, as well as of aquaculture producers, manufacturers and suppliers of inputs, processors and traders of aquaculture products. Commitme nt to understanding, fairness and responsible attitudes in consultations and negotiations between countries or regions will also help sustainable aquaculture development.
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    1998 - Twenty-fourth IPFC Fisheries Symposium on post-harvest issues and utilization of low value products 1998
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    (1998) 24th IPFC Fisheries Symposium on post-harvest issues and utilization of low value products This is the report of the twenty-fourth Fisheries Symposium convened by the IPFC in 1998. The symposium focused post-harvest issues and utilization of low value products. Technological Approaches to using By-Catch in Low-Cost Products for human Consumption by Yu Swee Yean  Keywords: post-harvest; by-catch utilization; marketing; review Utilization of Bycatches in Low-Value Fish in India by K. Gopaku mar  Keywords: post-harvest; by-catch utilization; India; review Utilization of Trawl Bycatches in Southeast Asia by Tan Sen Min Keywords: post-harvest; by-catch utilization; Southeast Asia; review The Microbiology of Low-Salt Fermented Fish Products by Christine Paludan Muller Keywords: post-harvest; microbiology; fermented fish; review Traditiol Fermented Fish Products in Indonesia by Hari Eko Irianto Keywords: post-harvest; fermented fish; Indonesia; review Market Potential of Processed Tasma nian Jack Mackerel (Trachurus declivis) for Human Consumption by Jaquie Edwards and Felicia Kow Keywords: post-harvest; marketing; Jack Mackerel; Trachurus declivis; Australia; Tasmania; review Maximizing Utilization of Low Value Fish for a Better Future – Using Black Tilapia as a model by Jamilah Bakar and Azemin Youzoff Keywords: post-harvest; marketing; Tilapia; Oreochromus mossambicus; Malaysia; review A Study on the Fish Price and Consumption of Fish in the Nine Cities of Fujian Province of Chi in 1997 by Qiu Chengyu Keywords: post-harvest; marketing; Chi; Fujian; review Preparation and Storage Studies on Squilla Pickle by R. Tanuja and M. Shahul Hameed Keywords: post-harvest; Squilla; Oratosquilla nepa; stomatopods; India; review Preparation and Properties of Functiol Protein Concentrate from Tu Euthynnus affinis by V. Muraleedharan and K. Gopakumar Keywords: post-harvest; tu; Euthynnus affinis; protein concentrate; India; review Use of Soybean Flour in Fish Sausage Processing by Yusro Nuri Fawzya, Sugiyono, Hari Eko Irianto and Suparno Keywords: post-harvest; soybean flour; fish sausage; Indonesia; review Studies on the Extraction of Fish Protein Concentrate (FPC) by Solvent Extraction by Li Laihao, Chen Peiji, Li Luidong and Wang Daogong Keywords: post-harvest; protein concentrate; solvent extraction; Chi; review Processing of Fish Flour from Croaker (Pseudocienia amoyensis by Yusro Nuri Fawzya, Dwiyitno, Hari Eko Irianto and Rosmawaty Perangingin Keywords: post-harve st; fish flour; croaker; Pseudocienia amoyensis; Indonesia; review The Utilization of Fish Protein and Oil from Anchovy (Angraulis japonicus by Changhue Xue, Y. Cao, Y. Lui, C. Wang and X. Chen Keywords: post-harvest; fish protein; fish oil; anchovy Angraulis japonicus ; Japan; review Utilization of Fish Waste for Fish Silage Powder and its Application as Feed for Chicken and Fish Culture[/i] by Nazory Djazuly, Surya and Dwi Budiyanto Keywords: post-harvest; fish waste; aquaculture; chicken feed ; Indonesia; review Utilization of Freshwater Catla (Catla catla) for Preparation of Myofibrillar Protein Concentrate[/i] by T.V. Sankar and A.Ramachandran Keywords: post-harvest; Catla; Catla catla; myofibrillar protein concentrate; India; review Control of Salting Schedule and its Effect on the Quality and Storage Life of Cured Fish by K.P. Antony, V. Muraleedharan, J. Joseph and K. Gopakumar Keywords: post-harvest; fish salting; India; study Changes in Fish Proteise Activity of Indian Mackere l upon Curing in Brine and Salt by Leema Jose, P. Seema Nair and M.R. Raghuth Keywords: post-harvest; fish salting; fish proteise activity; India; study Processing and Frozen Storage Characteristics of Ray Fillets by A. Ramachandran and T.V. Sankar Keywords: post-harvest; freezing; rays; India; study Effect of Indian Gooseberry (Phynthus emblica) on Fish Oil Antioxidation by E.M.R.K.B. Edirisinghe, W.M.K. Perera and A. Bamunuarachchi  Keywords: post-harvest; Indian Gooseberry; Phynthus emblica; fish oil antioxidation; Sri Lanka; study Fatty Acid Composition of some Small Pelagic Fish in Sri Lanka by E.M.R.K.B. Edirisinghe, W.M.K. Perera and A. Bamunuarachchi  Keywords: post-harvest; Indian Gooseberry; Phynthus emblica; fatty acid composition; Sri Lanka; study Influence of Extraction Methods on Quality of Shark Liver Oils by C.V.L. Jayasinghe, W.M.K. Perera and A. Bamunuarachchi  Keywords: post-harvest; extraction methods; shark liver oil; Sri Lanka; study Assessment of Nutritiol Value of Processed Shark Fins in Different Species by C.V.L. Jayasinghe, M.K. Perera, R. Samaradivakara and S.P. Jayasooriya  Keywords: post-harvest; nutritiol value; processed shark fins; Sri Lanka; study Studies on the Extraction of Phospholipids from Mussel by Hong Lin, Changhue Xue, Weifeng Lou and Xiubai Cheng  Keywords: post-harvest; phospolipids; mussels; Chi; study Regular Changes of Free Amino Acid and Taurine During Oyster Freshness Preservation by Wu Cheng-Ye and Liu Zhi-Yu  Keywords: post- harvest; free amino acids; taurine; oysters; Chi; study Fish Inspection and Control Systems in the Asia Pacific Region by Sirilak Suwanrangsi  Keywords: post-harvest; fish inspections; control systems; HACCP; review  Histamine in Tu in the Pacific Island Region by Tony Chamberlain Keywords: post-harvest; histamine; tu; Pacific Island Region; review Histamine producing micrococcus and flavobacterum spp. from fish by S. Guratne, U. Samarajeewa, T.S.G. Fonseka, I.V. Ranjani and K.S. Seetha Keywords : post-harvest; histamine; micrococcus; flavobacterum; Sri Lanka; study Incidence of Salmonella in Fishery Products by Sirilak Suwanrangsi, Kanokphan, Srimanobhas and Suwimon Keerativiryaporn  Keywords: post-harvest; Salmonella; review Distribution of Chlostridium Botulinum in Cured Fishery Products by K.V. Lalitha and K. Gopakumar  Keywords: post-harvest; Chlostridium Botulinum; Cured fishery products; India; Cochin; review Incidence of Listeria in Fish in Indonesia by Murtiningsih and Surya  K eywords: post-harvest; Listeria; Indonesia; review Alysis of Paralytic Shellfish Poison (PSP) using Mouse Bio-Assay to Support the Indonesian Shellfish Programby Surya and Kukah S. Achmad Keywords: post-harvest; Paralytic Shellfish Poison (PSP); shellfish; Indonesia; study Study of a Hazard Alysis Critical Control Point System Related to the Processing of Fish and Meat Products by N.P. Edirisinghe, T.S.G. Fonseka and S. Jayaratne Keywords: post-harvest; processing; HACCP; Sri Lanka; study Qualit y Determition of Commercially Frozen Prawns Using Nucleotide-Based Products, Sensory Assessment and Texture Measurements by P.T. Lakshman, P.D. Antony and K. Gopakumar Keywords: post-harvest; frozen prawns; nucleotide-based products; sensory assessment; texture measurements; India; study Overview of a Simple, Systems Based Approach to the Reduction of Blowfly Infestation of Cured Fish by Clare Johnson and John Esser Keywords: post-harvest; cured fish; blowfly infestation; review Studies on the O rganizatiol Structure, Leadership Styles and Communication in the Seafood Industry in Kerala (India) with respect to their Applicability for Introducing Total Quality Magement by S. Shassi and A. Ramachandran Keywords: post-harvest; organizatiol structure; communication; total quality magement; India; Kerala; review Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture for Food Security in Sri Lanka by J.M.P.K. Jayasinghe Keywords: inland fisheries; aquaculture; food security; Sri Lanka; review
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    Book (stand-alone)
    负责任鱼品利用 2000
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    These guidelines have been produced to support the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries particularly with regard to the need for responsibility in the post-harvest sector of the fish producing industry. The industry that produces fish for food has three major areas of responsibility: to the consumer of the food to ensure that it is safe to eat, is of expected quality and nutritional value, to the resource to ensure that it is not wasted and to the envir onment to ensure that negative impacts are minimized. In addition the industry has a responsibility to itself to ensure the continued ability of many millions of people throughout the world to earn a gainful living from working within the industry. Article 11.1 of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries and other related parts of the Code are concerned particularly with these responsibilities. This publication provides annotation to and guidance on these articles to assist those c harged with implementation of the Code to identify possible courses of action necessary to ensure that the industry is conducted in a sustainable manner.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (series)
    Aquaculture development. 1997
    Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food production systems in the world, with the bulk of its output currently being produced within developing countries, and with expectations for aquaculture to continue its contributions to food security and poverty alleviation. The vast majority of aquaculture practices around the world have been pursued with significant nutritional and social benefits, and generally with little or no environmental costs. However, it is essential for current efforts ai ming at the future success of aquaculture in both developing and developed countries, that potential social and environmental problems are duly addressed in order to ensure that aquaculture develops sustainably. This document provides annotations to the Principles of Article 9 of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries. These annotations are meant to serve as general guidance, and should be taken as suggestions or observations intended to assist those interested in identifying their o wn criteria and options for actions, as well as partners for collaboration, in support of sustainable aquaculture development. Given the diversity in aquaculture and the sometimes different perceptions of "sustainability", more balanced and informed approaches are required to address developmental and environmental issues at any given location. Commitment for collaboration, constructive dialogues among responsible partners, and participation of aquafarmers and their communities are importan t when assigning responsibilities for sustainable development of aquaculture. Providing an enabling environment for sustainable development in aquaculture is the responsibility of people in governments and their institutions, social and natural scientists, media, financial institutions, special interest groups, including social and private sector associations, as well as of aquaculture producers, manufacturers and suppliers of inputs, processors and traders of aquaculture products. Commitme nt to understanding, fairness and responsible attitudes in consultations and negotiations between countries or regions will also help sustainable aquaculture development.
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    1998 - Twenty-fourth IPFC Fisheries Symposium on post-harvest issues and utilization of low value products 1998
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    (1998) 24th IPFC Fisheries Symposium on post-harvest issues and utilization of low value products This is the report of the twenty-fourth Fisheries Symposium convened by the IPFC in 1998. The symposium focused post-harvest issues and utilization of low value products. Technological Approaches to using By-Catch in Low-Cost Products for human Consumption by Yu Swee Yean  Keywords: post-harvest; by-catch utilization; marketing; review Utilization of Bycatches in Low-Value Fish in India by K. Gopaku mar  Keywords: post-harvest; by-catch utilization; India; review Utilization of Trawl Bycatches in Southeast Asia by Tan Sen Min Keywords: post-harvest; by-catch utilization; Southeast Asia; review The Microbiology of Low-Salt Fermented Fish Products by Christine Paludan Muller Keywords: post-harvest; microbiology; fermented fish; review Traditiol Fermented Fish Products in Indonesia by Hari Eko Irianto Keywords: post-harvest; fermented fish; Indonesia; review Market Potential of Processed Tasma nian Jack Mackerel (Trachurus declivis) for Human Consumption by Jaquie Edwards and Felicia Kow Keywords: post-harvest; marketing; Jack Mackerel; Trachurus declivis; Australia; Tasmania; review Maximizing Utilization of Low Value Fish for a Better Future – Using Black Tilapia as a model by Jamilah Bakar and Azemin Youzoff Keywords: post-harvest; marketing; Tilapia; Oreochromus mossambicus; Malaysia; review A Study on the Fish Price and Consumption of Fish in the Nine Cities of Fujian Province of Chi in 1997 by Qiu Chengyu Keywords: post-harvest; marketing; Chi; Fujian; review Preparation and Storage Studies on Squilla Pickle by R. Tanuja and M. Shahul Hameed Keywords: post-harvest; Squilla; Oratosquilla nepa; stomatopods; India; review Preparation and Properties of Functiol Protein Concentrate from Tu Euthynnus affinis by V. Muraleedharan and K. Gopakumar Keywords: post-harvest; tu; Euthynnus affinis; protein concentrate; India; review Use of Soybean Flour in Fish Sausage Processing by Yusro Nuri Fawzya, Sugiyono, Hari Eko Irianto and Suparno Keywords: post-harvest; soybean flour; fish sausage; Indonesia; review Studies on the Extraction of Fish Protein Concentrate (FPC) by Solvent Extraction by Li Laihao, Chen Peiji, Li Luidong and Wang Daogong Keywords: post-harvest; protein concentrate; solvent extraction; Chi; review Processing of Fish Flour from Croaker (Pseudocienia amoyensis by Yusro Nuri Fawzya, Dwiyitno, Hari Eko Irianto and Rosmawaty Perangingin Keywords: post-harve st; fish flour; croaker; Pseudocienia amoyensis; Indonesia; review The Utilization of Fish Protein and Oil from Anchovy (Angraulis japonicus by Changhue Xue, Y. Cao, Y. Lui, C. Wang and X. Chen Keywords: post-harvest; fish protein; fish oil; anchovy Angraulis japonicus ; Japan; review Utilization of Fish Waste for Fish Silage Powder and its Application as Feed for Chicken and Fish Culture[/i] by Nazory Djazuly, Surya and Dwi Budiyanto Keywords: post-harvest; fish waste; aquaculture; chicken feed ; Indonesia; review Utilization of Freshwater Catla (Catla catla) for Preparation of Myofibrillar Protein Concentrate[/i] by T.V. Sankar and A.Ramachandran Keywords: post-harvest; Catla; Catla catla; myofibrillar protein concentrate; India; review Control of Salting Schedule and its Effect on the Quality and Storage Life of Cured Fish by K.P. Antony, V. Muraleedharan, J. Joseph and K. Gopakumar Keywords: post-harvest; fish salting; India; study Changes in Fish Proteise Activity of Indian Mackere l upon Curing in Brine and Salt by Leema Jose, P. Seema Nair and M.R. Raghuth Keywords: post-harvest; fish salting; fish proteise activity; India; study Processing and Frozen Storage Characteristics of Ray Fillets by A. Ramachandran and T.V. Sankar Keywords: post-harvest; freezing; rays; India; study Effect of Indian Gooseberry (Phynthus emblica) on Fish Oil Antioxidation by E.M.R.K.B. Edirisinghe, W.M.K. Perera and A. Bamunuarachchi  Keywords: post-harvest; Indian Gooseberry; Phynthus emblica; fish oil antioxidation; Sri Lanka; study Fatty Acid Composition of some Small Pelagic Fish in Sri Lanka by E.M.R.K.B. Edirisinghe, W.M.K. Perera and A. Bamunuarachchi  Keywords: post-harvest; Indian Gooseberry; Phynthus emblica; fatty acid composition; Sri Lanka; study Influence of Extraction Methods on Quality of Shark Liver Oils by C.V.L. Jayasinghe, W.M.K. Perera and A. Bamunuarachchi  Keywords: post-harvest; extraction methods; shark liver oil; Sri Lanka; study Assessment of Nutritiol Value of Processed Shark Fins in Different Species by C.V.L. Jayasinghe, M.K. Perera, R. Samaradivakara and S.P. Jayasooriya  Keywords: post-harvest; nutritiol value; processed shark fins; Sri Lanka; study Studies on the Extraction of Phospholipids from Mussel by Hong Lin, Changhue Xue, Weifeng Lou and Xiubai Cheng  Keywords: post-harvest; phospolipids; mussels; Chi; study Regular Changes of Free Amino Acid and Taurine During Oyster Freshness Preservation by Wu Cheng-Ye and Liu Zhi-Yu  Keywords: post- harvest; free amino acids; taurine; oysters; Chi; study Fish Inspection and Control Systems in the Asia Pacific Region by Sirilak Suwanrangsi  Keywords: post-harvest; fish inspections; control systems; HACCP; review  Histamine in Tu in the Pacific Island Region by Tony Chamberlain Keywords: post-harvest; histamine; tu; Pacific Island Region; review Histamine producing micrococcus and flavobacterum spp. from fish by S. Guratne, U. Samarajeewa, T.S.G. Fonseka, I.V. Ranjani and K.S. Seetha Keywords : post-harvest; histamine; micrococcus; flavobacterum; Sri Lanka; study Incidence of Salmonella in Fishery Products by Sirilak Suwanrangsi, Kanokphan, Srimanobhas and Suwimon Keerativiryaporn  Keywords: post-harvest; Salmonella; review Distribution of Chlostridium Botulinum in Cured Fishery Products by K.V. Lalitha and K. Gopakumar  Keywords: post-harvest; Chlostridium Botulinum; Cured fishery products; India; Cochin; review Incidence of Listeria in Fish in Indonesia by Murtiningsih and Surya  K eywords: post-harvest; Listeria; Indonesia; review Alysis of Paralytic Shellfish Poison (PSP) using Mouse Bio-Assay to Support the Indonesian Shellfish Programby Surya and Kukah S. Achmad Keywords: post-harvest; Paralytic Shellfish Poison (PSP); shellfish; Indonesia; study Study of a Hazard Alysis Critical Control Point System Related to the Processing of Fish and Meat Products by N.P. Edirisinghe, T.S.G. Fonseka and S. Jayaratne Keywords: post-harvest; processing; HACCP; Sri Lanka; study Qualit y Determition of Commercially Frozen Prawns Using Nucleotide-Based Products, Sensory Assessment and Texture Measurements by P.T. Lakshman, P.D. Antony and K. Gopakumar Keywords: post-harvest; frozen prawns; nucleotide-based products; sensory assessment; texture measurements; India; study Overview of a Simple, Systems Based Approach to the Reduction of Blowfly Infestation of Cured Fish by Clare Johnson and John Esser Keywords: post-harvest; cured fish; blowfly infestation; review Studies on the O rganizatiol Structure, Leadership Styles and Communication in the Seafood Industry in Kerala (India) with respect to their Applicability for Introducing Total Quality Magement by S. Shassi and A. Ramachandran Keywords: post-harvest; organizatiol structure; communication; total quality magement; India; Kerala; review Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture for Food Security in Sri Lanka by J.M.P.K. Jayasinghe Keywords: inland fisheries; aquaculture; food security; Sri Lanka; review

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