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  1. Use of Property Rights in Fisheries Management: Mini-Course Lectures and Core Co Fisheries Technical Papers (Fao Fisheries Technical Paper) by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2001-03
  2. Inland Aquaculture Engineering/F2729: Lectures Presented at the Adcp Inter-Regional Training Course in Inland Aquaculture Engineering, Budapest, 6 June-3 ... Programme (Series), Adcp/Rep/84/21.) by Adcp Inter-Regional Training Course in Inland Aquaculture Engineering, 1985-08
  3. Training course on the management of small-scale fisheries in the inland waters of Africa: Conceptual framework and approaches for the acquisition of key resource information (FAO fisheries circular) by Henry A Regier, 1982
  4. The Two Lakes Third Fishery Management Training Course report, Two Lakes, Romsey, Hampshire, 1st-3rd October 1971
  5. Report on the South Pacific fisheries training course conducted by the South Pacific Commission and the Food and Agriculture Organization at Noumea, New ... / Expanded Technical Assistance Program) by H. van Pel, 1957
  6. Outline of a course in fisheries biology and management for commercial fisheries trainees (FAO fisheries circular) by David B Thomson, 1976
  7. Conservation, stay the course: Fisheries Resource Conservation Council report to the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans : 1995 conservation measures for Atlantic groundfish by Fisheries Resource Conservation Council (Canada), 1994
  8. Fishery science and related courses in North American colleges and universities, 1969 by Robert G Martin, 1969
  9. A treatise of the law of waters and of sewers: Including the law relating to rights in the sea, and rights in rivers, canals, dock companies, fisheries, mills, water-courses, &c by Humphry W Woolrych, 1830
  10. Substance of fish disease "long course" at Leetown, West Virginia, 1972-73 (Fisheries research report) by Warren G Yoder, 1973
  11. Seafood industry stays course in storm-tossed European marketplace. (Industry Overview): An article from: Quick Frozen Foods International
  12. Dutch, Belgian fish sector stay course notwithstanding shortage of Dover sole. (includes related article) (Industry Overview): An article from: Quick Frozen Foods International
  13. Fish feed technology: Lectures presented at the FAO/UNDP Training Course in Fish Feed Technology, held at the College of Fisheries, University of Washington, ... U.S.A., 9 October-15 December 1978
  14. 1986 catalogue of training courses available to the Atlantic fishing industry (General educational series / Department of Fisheries and Oceans) by George Lee, 1986

1. Fisheries Courses
fisheries courses. 528. Marine Fisheries Science. Fall, even years (3) Dr of stocks, catch statistics, description of world fisheries, goals and problems in managing a common
Fisheries Courses
528. Marine Fisheries Science. Fall, even years (3) Dr. Austin. Principles and techniques, including the theory of fishing, age and growth, definition of stocks, catch statistics, description of world fisheries, goals and problems in managing a common property resource. Six lecture, laboratory and field hours. 571. Culture and Physiology of Aquatic Organisms. Spring 1997 (3) Dr. Mann. History and principles of culture of aquatic organisms. Physical and biological system requirements, water quality, feeding and nutrition, manipulation of reproductive biology, selection of cultured species, quarantine and disease control, current practices in finfish and shellfish culture, physiological and biochemical methods to assess condition of cultured organisms. 582. Applied Methods of Fisheries. Fall (3-4) Dr. Chittenden. Practice, principles, and theory of applied methods in fisheries. Sampling and data collection tools, practice, and theory. Principles and theory of age determination, estimation of abundance, reproductive biology, marking and tagging, and mark-recapture. Special topics as necessary. 657. The Early Life History of Marine Fishes. Fall, odd years (3) Dr. Olney.

2. Links: Courses In Fisheries And Aquaculture
Links to Further Education Courses in Fisheries and Aquaculture Comprehensive listing of all the Aquaculture and fisheries courses available in the UK
Links to Further Education Courses in Fisheries and Aquaculture This list is still being compiled. If you know of a course which is not listed here, please email UK:
British Universities and Colleges
Comprehensive listing of all the Aquaculture and Fisheries courses available in the UK
Stirling University, Institute of Aquaculture
Visit Fishing for Information which provides a wealth of links to internet resources in aquatic sciences.
Auburn University Aquaculture and Fisheries Home Page
Information about the Aquaculture Training Program and Fisheries Programs offered at the University
Mote Marine Laboratory
College level intern programs are available in aspects of marine ecology
Purdue University Animal Sciences Department
Includes information on Aquaculture
University of California, Davis
Aquaculture and Fisheries Program
University of Alaska, Fairbanks (UAF)
School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
Rest of the World:
Asian Institute of Technology
The School of Environment, Resources and Development offers courses in Aquaculture
Deakin University, Australia

3. Fisheries Courses
s. FISH 150 (36 CLHR) OPERATION OF COMPUTERS II Coursewill train students to operate computers in Fisheries related occupations.......Fisheries. Course
Course Descriptions
FISH 100 (18 CLHR)

Proper safety precautions in the workplace will be emphasized. Safety is taught in all courses as it applies to the task or work area.
Prerequisite: Admission. FISH 105 (18 CLHR)

Course looks at the importance of water quality and how it is monitored. Students will monitor water quality at the hatchery and net pens to gain experience in this course.
Prerequisite: Admission. FISH 111 (36 CLHR)

Identification of salmon and trout, life cycles and the characteristics of each of the species will be examined in this course.
Prerequisite: Admission. FISH 116 (18 CLHR) OPERATION OF COMPUTERS I Introduction of skills needed to operate computers in Fisheries related occupations will be covered. Prerequisite: Admission.

4. UAF SFOS Graduate Fisheries Course Of Study
Courses of study include undgraduate fisheries, and graduate programs infisheries, marine sciences and limnology. Graduate fisheries courses.
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Graduate Fisheries Course of Study
With research locations throughout the state, students spend most of their time on the same campus as their research advisor in Fairbanks or at the Juneau Center on the University of Alaska Southeast campus. Interior Alaska aquatic habitats are easily accessible for study from Fairbanks. Marine and freshwater studies in fisheries and fish biology can be pursued at the Juneau Center, near the Auke Bay National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Laboratory with its large staff of research scientists. Faculty and students often work with NMFS and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Facilities include computer labs and freshwater and seawater wet labs.
Faculty and graduate student research topics
  • Variation in mitochondrial DNA in relation to population identification of Alaska salmon Feeding habits of larval walleye pollock in the Bering Sea Effect of the Exxon Valdez oil spill on subtidal and intertidal algal, invertebrate, and fish communities

5. UAF SFOS Undergraduate Fisheries Course Of Study
Academic Programs. Undergraduate Fisheries Course of Study. UAF offers a broad selectionof fisheries courses for undergraduates Undergraduate fisheries courses.
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Undergraduate Fisheries Course of Study
UAF offers a broad selection of Fisheries courses for undergraduates:
Undergraduate Fisheries Courses
Course # Title Credits Instructor MSL 111* The Oceans Henrichs FISH 388 Haas FISH 400 Fisheries Science Hughes FISH 401 Fisheries Management Hughes MSL 411* Current Topics in Oceanographic Research Kelley FISH 421 Fish Population Dynamics Adkison FISH 427 Ichthyology Haas/Hillgruber FISH 436 Salmon Culture Smoker *Marine Sciences and Limnology
Sample 4-year program
During their first two years, undergraduate students take basic science and mathematics courses along with university core courses. During their third and fourth years students take fisheries and more advanced science courses as well as electives in courses such as business, economics and journalism. The following tables illustrate an example of a 4-year course sequence for completing a total of 130 credit hours to earn an undergraduate degree in the Fisheries program. There is no guarantee that the courses listed will be offered in the semester indicated. Be sure to contract your advisor to discuss courses.

6. SFR - Wildlife Fisheries Courses
Wildlife fisheries courses. Effective Fall 2001. WF Resource Links Admissions. Advising. WF Curriculum. WF Courses. WF 2year Program. WF Minor. WF Career Opportunities. Employment/Career Opportunities. Extension Outreach. Faculty. Study Skills WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES CONSERVATION (3) Survey of wildlife and fisheries conservation issues; emphasis on vertebrate

7. Post-Harvest Fisheries Courses
POST HARVEST fisheries courses. MS204 Tropical Seafood. MS313 SeafoodScience. MS204 Tropical Seafood. Semester 1. Prerequisite none.

MS204 Tropical Seafood MS313 Seafood Science MS204: Tropical Seafood
Semester: Prerequisite: none Contact Hours per Week: 3 lectures, 1 x 2 Hour Tutorial or a Field Trip Coordinator: Mr. Anthony Chamberlain Text: Tropical Seafood Manual, Chamberlain, A. I
MS204 is principally about the seafood industry in the South Pacific. The industry is seen in the international context of fisheries and the sustainable exploitation of marine resources.
The first part of the course looks briefly at fisheries resources in general and the particular aspects of Pacific marine exploitation. It also includes a review of seafood production and harvest methods, and the importance of seafood regionally and internationally. The value of fish as a food source is examined, as well as its potential dangers as a food product if improperly handled.
This course is applied in the sense that parts 2 and 3 of the course deal with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required in running a seafood business. Part 2 describes in detail the various post-harvest technologies of handling, preserving and processing seafood. Part 3 explains the various aspects of developing and managing a business. This includes economic, safety and quality considerations.
An important part of the course is a special project for which you must construct a realistic development and management plan for a seafood business. This is covered in Unit 8, Economic Engineering.

8. RWFM Courses On-line
RANGE WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES COURSE PAGES. UNDERGRADUATE COURSES. courses with course and title Introductory Courses. Wildlife Courses. Range Courses. fisheries courses. RWFM 2301
courses with course # and title hyperlink have substantial web page support Introductory Courses Wildlife Courses Range Courses Fisheries Courses RWFM 2301
Introductory Wildlife
RWFM 4100
... RWFM 3201 F only
Vegetation Inventory and
Analysis RWFM 4330
F, odd years only RWFM 2302
The Ecology and Conservation

of Natural Resources
RWFM 4305
Big Game Ecology Sp, Even years only RWFM 3302 F only Range Plant Ecology RWFM 4335 Fisheries Science S only RWFM 2305 Freshwater Ecology and Management RWFM 4306 Upland Game Ecology Sp, Odd years only RWFM 3303 Range Management Principles and Practices RWFM 4401 Fisheries Management F, Even years only RWFM 4309 Management RWFM 3304 Sp only Principles of Range Management RWFM 4407 Wildlife Investigational Techniques RWFM 3501 Range/Forest/Wetland Plant ID RWFM 4310 Principles of Waterfowl Management F, even years

9. Directory: University Courses
fisheries courses Internet Guide to International Fisheries Law. IntFish Directory. University Courses Nonlaw Internet Guide to International Fisheries Law. Created by Chris Hedley
Internet Guide to International Fisheries Law IntFish Directory
Internet Guide to International Fisheries Law HOME TEXTS CASES ORGANIZATIONS ... SEARCH Internet Guide to International Fisheries Law
Created by Chris Hedley
© IGIFL and Chris Hedley 2000-2001

10. Malaspina University-College Fisheries And Aquaculture Extension Program
Malaspina UniversityCollege. fisheries courses. Fisheries Field TechnicianCertificate Program (FFTCP); At Sea Fisheries Observer Course (ASFO);
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Fisheries Courses The Fisheries and Aquaculture Extension Program (FAEP) offers both short (1-2 days) and long-term (up to 2 years) fisheries courses and programs covering a wide variety of specialties and topics. Courses offered include: Courses Certificate Programs For ease of reference, individual topics and skills are cross-referenced as follows:

11. Aquaculture/Fisheries Courses By Subject Matter
Other Requirements (7 hours). Natural Science and Math (42 hours). SocialSciences (6 hours). Aquaculture/Fisheries Core (32 hours). More Courses.
Home Page Search Index E-Mail ... Master Plan
English/Communication Skills (15 hours)
Fine Arts and Humanities (6 hours)
Other Requirements (7 hours)
Natural Science and Math (42 hours)
Social Sciences (6 hours)
Aquaculture/Fisheries Core (32 hours)

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12. Courses -- IQRA
The list of universities which offer fisheries courses at all the three levels is given institutions also offer Masters degree courses in fisheries some specialized in nature
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Chapter 16: Agricultural and Animal Sciences
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Agriculture is the mainstay of the Indian economy. The agricultural sector today provides livelihood to about 64 percent of the labour force, contributes nearly 26% of Gross Domestic Product and accounts for abut 18% share of the total value of the country’s exports. It supplies bulk of wage goods required by the non-agricultural sector and raw materials for large sections of industry. It is but natural, therefore, that facilities for agricultural education are expanding at various levels. The Government had also created a Department of Agricultural Research and education (DARE) in the Ministry of Agriculture to coordinate educational and research activities. As an apex body of the National Agricultural Research System (NARS), the Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR) located in this Department is entrusted with national agricultural research agenda. Education in the area of Agricultural and Animal Sciences covers Agricultural Sciences, Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry (which along with Animal Product Technology such as Dairying is now known as Animal Science), Fisheries, Horticulture, Sericulture, and Forestry and Wild Life. Home Science is also considered a part of agricultural education and, therefore, most of the Home Science Colleges are affiliated to Agricultural Universities (See

13. Humboldt: Fisheries Courses
s....... studies in fisheries, terminating in tangible evidence of academic accomplishment.Rep. Prereq grad standing. Abbreviations for Course
Fisheries Biology
FISH 110. Introduction to Fisheries FS Fishery biology field: its breadth, career opportunities, and scientific principles on which it is founded. CR/NC. FISH 165. Small Aquarium Management (2). Construction, operation, maintenance, and management of small aquaria for home, commercial, or public display of marine and freshwater fishes. CR/NC FISH 200. Sport Fishing USA (2). History and development of sport fishing industry. Modern methods and modern gear construction. Fish and fishing in literature and the arts.

FISH 300. Introduction to Fishery Biology FS Identification, life histories, and ecology of important freshwater and marine fishes. Principles of fisheries management and its relationships with management of other resources. FISH 310. Ichthyology FS Biology of fishes and fishlike vertebrates. Anatomy and concepts of systematics of fishes; classifying fishes, particularly commercial, game, and forage species. Prereq: ZOOL 110. Weekly: 2 hrs lect, 1 hr disc, 3 hr lab. FISH 311. Fish Physiology

14. The Freshwater Fish And Fisheries Courses:
The Freshwater Fish and fisheries courses Introduction (A generalintroduction to the courses including the Aims); Lecture Outline;
School of Biological Sciences
Freshwater Fish and Fisheries
FISHWEB Home Course Files Fish Info Links The Freshwater Fish and Fisheries Courses:
  • Introduction (A general introduction to the courses including the Aims) Lecture Outline Course Notes directly related to individual lectures Extra material related to Fish, Fisheries and their Management Course Noticeboard
  • Main Staff Contact: Dr R T Leah ( (Jones Building, School of Biological Sciences, 0151 794 5293 (mobile: 07710 781147) Dr Richard Nash (Marine Biology, Port Erin, isle of Man) 01624 831009 ( (Dr Andrew Gill (Jones Building, School of Biological Sciences) 0151 794 5297 ( Click here to return to the This page is maintained by an 'amateur webmaster': Dr Rick Leah, Jones Building, School of Biological Sciences
    Any feed back or comment would be welcome, but please be gentle!
    NB: The HTML has not yet been 'verified' - apologies to any disabled users - I will try to attend to this during this academic year For problems or questions regarding this web contact Rick Leah.

    15. Freshwater Fisheries Web -- Home
    These web pages were originally designed to give access to the course materials associatedwith the Freshwater Fish and fisheries courses presented by Rick Leah
    School of Biological Sciences
    Freshwater Fish and Fisheries
    FISHWEB Home Course Files Fish Info Links These web pages were originally designed to give access to the course materials associated with the Freshwater Fish and Fisheries courses presented by Rick Leah, Andrew Gill and Richard Nash from the School of Biological Sciences. They are being maintained for now as sources of extra information for other Aquatic Biology Related Courses at Liverpool General Navigation of this Site:
    • Background information on the evolutionary relationships in the Teleosts Background information on the Biology of some British Freshwater Fish Current Problems in Fisheries Management which are newsworthy at the moment Information on some groups of fish from around the world with very interesting biology (strange body shape, electroreception etc) The problem of fish contaminated by persistent pollutants eg Mercury Exotic introductions Salmonid Fish - Spawning videos of various spp
    Other Sources of Information on Fish: Other Relevant Information which may be useful for widening your background knowledge:
  • Fish and Fishery Sites on the Internet General Internet Sites likely to be of interest to Fisheries students
  • See the Course Index This page was last updated or reviewed on
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    17. National Fisheries Authority Template
    context CHANGES IN THE NATIONAL FISHERIES COLLEGE The National Fisheries College,since February, has been offering dynamic fisheries courses that are
    Home Edication...
    The National Fisheries College of PNG
    The National Fisheries College (NFC), located in Kavieng, New Ireland Provence. It is now the only branch of the Authority to be operational out side of Port Moresby.
    -Provide high quality technical and practical training opportunities in support of skill development in fisheries and seafood
    -Coordinate the provision of technical training opportunities designed to enhance food production and food quality in the artisanal fisheries sector
    -Ensure the cost effective utilisation of technical, human and physical resources at the Kavieng campus of the National Fisheries CollegeCLIENTS:- Commercial fisheries operators
    -Seafood processing companies
    -Small scale fisheries groups
    -Provincial and National government(s)MAJOR ACTIVITIES:- Develop and deliver a range of fisheries and seafood technical course
    -Seek employment opportunities for course graduates -Develop and deliver pre-employment short courses for fishing vessel crew -Develop and implement competency based national standards appropriate to fisheries and seafood industry applications -Liaise with provincial and national government(s) and fisheries administration as to the delivery of fisheries and seafood technical training in a provincial context CHANGES IN THE NATIONAL FISHERIES COLLEGE New Fisheries Courses

    18. FSM Fisheries And Maritime Institute
    The fisheries courses offered at the Institute are taken from the materials developedand provided by the Fisheries Training Section of the SPC, and other
    SPC Coastal

    Publications ... Search / Recherche FSM Fisheries and Maritime Institute (FMI) The FSM Fisheries and Maritime Institute came into existence on 10 August 1999, when the College of Micronesia signed an agreement with the national government of the Federated States of Micronesia to establish a national fisheries and maritime training center for the country. The permanent site for the Institute is on Yap Island, the former site of Micronesia Maritime and Fisheries Academy which was run by the Protestant Mission in Micronesia. The FSM Fisheries and Maritime Institute (FMI) became the sixth campus of the College of Micronesia, and the only campus to offer fisheries and maritime courses. The Institute is open to men and women of every nationality. Although students who have completed grade 9th can enroll, high school graduates are preferred. Return to Contents SPC homepage SPC Coastal Fisheries Programme homepage Contact us ... Contactez nous

    19. Careers In Fisheries By Bruno Broughton
    The colleges that offer fisheries courses are. Brooksby College, Brooksby,Nr. Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire LE14 2LJ. Tel 01664 850850.
    Careers In Fisheries
    Guidance notes prepared by
    Dr Bruno Broughton, Fisheries Management Consultant Angling-Based Opportunities
    There are virtually no full-time jobs in angling itself, although there are occasionally some openings in industries that depend on the sport. For example, there may be some employment opportunities because:-
    • Fishing tackle shops require staff to help serve customers Angling magazines need reporters and other staff Tackle manufacturers, wholesalers and importers recruit warehouse personnel, drivers, and other personnel Commercial fishery owners employ bailiffs (full and part-time) Fish farmers employ manual workers
    The qualifications and qualities required would be somewhat different in each case, although it would be fair to say that in these areas of employment academic qualifications would not need to be particularly high. An extremely useful and increasingly popular means of developing a career based around angling is within the fields of fisheries and aquatics. Although several Universities offer academic qualifications in these and associated subject areas, vocational courses are delivered currently by just three colleges. The courses offered are at 1 st The colleges that offer fisheries courses are:-
    • Brooksby College, Brooksby, Nr. Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire LE14 2LJ.

    20. Wildlife And Fisheries Resources Undergraduate Major
    Thereafter, in order to enroll in any required upper level ( 300 level) wildlifeand fisheries courses, students must complete eight credit hours of
    The Wildlife and Fisheries Resources Program prepares students for careers as biologists, managers, planners, communicators, and researchers in natural resource management. Through the courses offered, students develop the necessary skills and training in wildlife and fisheries biology, natural resource management, data collection and analysis, written and oral communication, and other related areas. The Wildlife and Fisheries Resources Program at West Virginia University has a tradition of excellence. A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Cooperative Research Unit is housed within the program, providing a federal contact for employment opportunities, including summer positions. Providing social, as well as educational, benefits to students, the student chapter of the Wildlife and Fisheries Society is open to students in the Wildlife and Fisheries Resources Program. The Society brings students together with people who are already established in the field. Admission
    All majors must complete 136 credit hours to earn a bachelor of science. To complement their area of specialization, students are allowed to take a number of restricted and free electives that enable them to concentrate in related natural resource areas and to have the opportunity to enhance career goals.

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