International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2015, Vol. 2, Issue 4, Part E
An overview of marine fisheries infrastructure and fish utilization pattern in Karnataka, IndiaAuthor(s):
B.S. Viswanatha, R. Senthiladeban, M. Rajakumar, J. Amali InfantinaAbstract:
The paper examines the status of marine fisheries infrastructure and changes in the marine fish utilization patterns in the state of Karnataka. Major chunk of the marine fish production of Karnataka has been reported from the major fishing harbours and hence both State and Central governments give due importance for the development of infrastructure in the foresaid major fishing harbours. The study has been reliant on Secondary data and the same has been considered and analyzed by using percentage analysis and graphical method. The marine fisheries sector in the state has experienced remarkable developments in terms of infrastructure and marine fish utilization patterns. The results reveals that the progress of fresh fish marketing, freezing facilities and canning industry with chief emphasis on cold chain management in marine fisheries sector; so as to enable the fishers to harvest fishery resources in an efficient and sustainable manner and to meet the inimitable consumer needs.Pages: 233-238 | 894 Views 12 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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B.S. Viswanatha, R. Senthiladeban, M. Rajakumar, J. Amali Infantina. An overview of marine fisheries infrastructure and fish utilization pattern in Karnataka, India. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 2015; 2(4): 233-238.