To complete production sta s cs by type of fishing gear, the regional classification of fishing gear developed in accordance with CWP-Interna onal Standard Sta cal Classification of Fishing Gear (ISS-CFG) is shown as Annex 4. Sta s cs on fishing boats will be used for to clarify the size of the capital invested in a fishery corresponding to the size of the fishing boat. The regional classification of fishing boats is then developed separately from the Coordinating Working Group for Fishing Status (CWP) to present the specific fishing situation in the region.
In preparing the sta s cers for fishing boats and fishing units for sea capture fisheries in the region, the regional classification of fishing boats by boat type has been developed as shown in Appendix 5. Although the measurement method for the tonnage of fishing boats varies from country to country, the sta s cs should be based on national measurement standards. Sta s cs on the fishing unit is mainly used to consider the limitation of the number of fishing units for fisheries management.
The sta s cs must include annual data from fishing units operating in marine and coastal areas. The type of fishing gear is based on national classifications.
- Inland Capture Fishery
ProducƟ on in value
ProducƟ on by type of water bodies
ProducƟ on by type of fi sheries
ProducƟ on by culture environment
ProducƟ on by species
ProducƟ on by methods of culture
Pens refer to areas of water bounded by nets, mesh and other barriers that allow an uncontrolled water column between substrate and surface; where pens and fences will generally enclose a relatively large amount of water. These structures can be floating, suspended or attached to the substrate, but still allow water exchange from below.
Sta s cs on fish prices cover only aquatic organisms in the form of fresh fish, which includes marine and freshwater species, but excludes processed fish.
CLASSIFICATION OF FISHING AREAS
Inland Fishing Areas
Marine Fishing Areas
Indian Ocean, Eastern)
Subarea 57c: Malaysian Marine Fish Area (West Coast of Peninsular Malaysia) Subarea 57d: Indonesian Marine Fish Area (Straits of Malacca). Subarea 57e: Indonesian marine fish area (West Sumatra and South Java) Subarea 57f: Indonesian marine fish area (Bali-Nusa Tenggara).
Boundary between Area 57 and 71
- At the Strait of Malacca, the areas bounded by a line commencing from East Sumatra and across the strait at 2° 30’ N la tude to meet the West Coast of Peninsular Malaysia
- At marine waters between Sumatra and Java, the areas bounded by a line commencing on the coast of Sumatra at the boundary between the District of Lampung Utara and the District of Lampung Se-
- Pacifi c, Western Central)
- Pacifi c, Northwest)
- CLASSIFICATION OF SMALL-SCALE AND COMMERCIAL FISHERIES
Under fishing area 61 are the marine fishing sta s such as production, species, fishing gear, fishing vessel, fishing units, etc. There is only one country identified under fishing area 61, which is Vietnam. Subarea 61a: Marine fishing area of Vietnam (Northern Vietnam) Subarea 61b: Marine fishing area of Vietnam (Central Vietnam).
Due to different legal definitions used by each country, the following table shows the classification of small-scale and commercial fisheries in the countries of the region.
Countries Small-scale Fisheries Commercial Fisheries Brunei Darussalam Small-scale/ar sanal fi sheries
Countries Fishing Zone 1 Fishing Zone 2 Fishing Zone 3 Fishing Zone 4 Brunei Darussalam From the coast to.
Countries Fishing Zone1 Fishing Zone2 Fishing Zone 3 Fishing Zone 4 Brunei Darussalam From shore line to
- nm to EEZ limit
- m depth to EEX limit
- nm to EEZ limit
- km to EEZ limit
- nm to EEZ limit
- to 50 m depth to the EEZ
- LIST OF AQUATIC ANIMALS AND PLANTS
For the statistics on production for capture fisheries and aquaculture in the Southeast Asian region, broken down by species, the International Standard Classifi ca on of Aqua c Animals and Plants (ISSCAAP) developed by CWP will be used as a basis for the development of the regional standard list of aquatic species, which focused on the available species and their distribution in the region. For catch production, sta s cs will be reported in two parts of the catch fishery, as some aquatic animals, especially diadromous species, can be caught in both marine and inland waters. Regarding aquaculture production, since some aquatic species can be grown in more than one farming environment, production can then be reported based on where the species is grown.
The International Standard Classification of Aquatic Animals and Plants (ISSCAAP) applied to the region is as follows:
1 Freshwater fi shes
56 Cuttlefish, culefish, octopuses 57 Various marine molluscs 7 Various aquatic animals 71 Frogs and other amphibians. 76 Sea urchins and other echinoderms 77 Various aquaƟc invertebrates 8 Various aquaƟc animal products 81 Pearls, mother of pearl, shells.
9 AquaƟ c plants
CLASSIFICATION OF FISHING GEARS
For data on fishing units and marine production, breakdown by type of fishing gear, standard abbreviation of the main group of the minor group on the ISSCFG code.
Types of Fishing Gears and Defi niƟ ons 1. Purse seine
- Seine net
- Boat seine
- O er board trawl
- LiŌ net
- Gill net
- Sta onary trap
- Hook and lines
- Push/Scoop net
- Shellfi sh and seaweed collecƟ ng gear
They are operated from a boat and are usually used on the side where they are towed by two lines, usually very long, stretched into the water to ensure that as many fish as possible run or rush towards the opening in the cave. network. A shore seine is a simple fishing tool; one end of the wing is held by a group of fishermen on the shore, the net is first set perpendicular to the seashore, and the direction of the net gradually turns toward the shore. A buoy and sinker line is then pulled from both ends of the wings to catch the fish.
In pair trawling, the net mouth is kept open by dragging the two boats outwards, always trying to keep the same distance between them during opera. The otter boards are not necessary, the arrangement of equipment is simplified, the casing is connected directly to the sweeping lines, the other is connected to a triangular iron frame at the end of Gridles of each wing of the net. Catch referred to a gear that is set or set in the water for a certain period of time, regardless of the type of material used to manufacture them. The fish are naturally confined in a collection unit from which escape is prevented by labyrinths and/or retardation devices such as gullies, funnels, etc. without any active fishing opera taking place.
All manual gear and complex equipment used for collecting shell and seaweed, regardless of the type of materials used in their construction. While manual gears are operated by an individual, some of the more complex devices such as dredging, clam dredging, etc.
CLASSIFICATION OF FISHING BOATS
Size of Boat First level Second level
Out-board powered boat
In-board powered boat Less than 5 tons 5-9.9 tons
CLASSIFICATION OF FISHERS AND FARMERS
- Marine capture fi sheries Full- me fi shers Part- me fi shers
- Brackishwater culture 2.3Freshwater culture
AN OVERVIEW OF THE FISHERY SECTOR OF SOUTHEAST ASIA IN 2008
- The Fisheries Sector
- Marine Fisheries ProducƟ on (in quanƟ ty and value)
- Inland Fisheries ProducƟ on (in quanƟ ty and value)
- of the region’s total
- Brackishwater culture
- Freshwater culture
- Fishing gear analysis
- Number of Fishing Boats by Type and Tonnage
- Number of Fishers by Working Status
- Fishery Production 2004-2008
- Fishery Production by Country 2004-2008
- Fishery Production by Sub-sector : 2008
- Production by Sub-sector and by Country : 2008
- Aquaculture by Sub-sector : 2008
- Number of Fishing Boats by Type (Marine fi shery only)
- Number of Fishermen by Working Status
- Major 20 Marine Species Caught in the Region : 2004 (1) In quantity (MT)
- Inland Fishery Production in Quantity and Value by Country
However, production from inland fisheries in the MT region) accounted for about 8.7% of the region's total fisheries production in 2008. However, the country's production in the report was not classified by species, similarly for Indonesia's production at 497,740 MT (20.9% of the total production of inland fisheries in the region). Of the total aquaculture fish production of MT in 2008 (which accounts for about 40% of the total fishery production of the region), the contribution of mariculture.
The lowest output was reported by Singapore at USD 62 million or 0.4% of the region's total. The third highest production came from Indian white shrimp (Penaeus indicus) at 217,470 MT or 10.5% of the region's total production from brackish water culture with Indonesia contributing the highest production at 207,470 MT or 95, 4% of the total production of the species group. -. Vietnam contributed the highest production with 1,918,300 MT or 44.3% of the region's total freshwater crop production.
The second highest produced species was freshwater fish (Osteichthyes) with 620,456 MT or 14.3% of the region's total production from freshwater culture with the Philippines contributing the highest production of 311,059 MT or 7.2% of the total group of species. . Roho labeo (Labeo rohita) followed with production of 435,505 MT or 10.0% of the region's total freshwater crop production, of which Myanmar had the highest production.
STATISTICAL TABLES 2008
ANNUAL SERIES OF FISHERY PRODUCTION
- Total Production .1 In Quantity
- In Value
- Marine Fishery Production .1 In Quantity
- In Value
- Inland Fishery Production
- In Value
- Aquaculture Production .1 In Quantity
- In Value
FISHERY PRODUCTION BY SUB-SECTOR
- In Quantity
- In Quantity (Cont’d)
- In Value
- In Value (cont’d)
MARINE FISHERY STATISTIC 1 Number of Fishing Boats by Type and Tonnage
- Number of Fishing Units by Size of Boat .1 Brunei Darussalam (2008)
- Indonesia (2008)
- Malysia (2008)
- Myanmar (2008)
- Singapore (2008)
- Thailand (2008)
- Marine Capture Fishery Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008 .1 In Quantity
- Marine Capture Fishery Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008 .1 In Quantity (Cont’d)
- Marine Capture Fishery Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008 .2 In Value
- Marine Capture Fishery Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008 .2 In Value (Cont’d)
- Capture Production by Type of Fishing Gesr and by Species, 2008 .1 Malaysia
- Capture Production by Type of Fishing Gesr and by Species, 2008 .1 Malaysia (Cond’t)
- Capture Production by Type of Fishing Gesr and by Species, 2008 .1 Myanmar
- Capture Production by Type of Fishing Gesr and by Species, 2008 .1 Myanmar (Condn’t)
- Capture Production by Type of Fishing Gesr and by Species, 2008 .1 Singapore
- Capture Production by Type of Fishing Gesr and by Species, 2008 .1 Singapore (Condn’t)
INLAND CAPTURE FISHERY STATISTICS 1 Inland Capture Fishery Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008
- Inland Capture Fishery Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008 .1 In Quantity (Cont’d)
- Inland Fishery Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008 .2 In Value
- Inland Capture Fishery Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008 .1 In Value (Cont’d)
- In Value
AQUACULTURE STATISTICS 1 Aquaculture Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008
- Aquaculture Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008 .1 In Quantity (Cont’d)
- Aquaculture Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008 .1 In Value
- Aquaculture Production by Species and Fishing Area, 2008 .1 In Value (Cont’d)
- Aquaculture Production by Species of Ornamental Fishes, 2008 .1 In Quantity
- In Value
- Seed Production from Aquaculture, 2008 .1 Cambodia
- Seed Production from Aquaculture, 2008 .2 Malaysia
- Seed Production from Aquaculture, 2008 .3 Myanmar
- Seed Production from Aquaculture, 2008 .4 Singapore
Trichogaster pectoralis Slangenhuidgoerami Anabas testudineus Klimbaars Channa striata Slangenkop gemurid Pangasianodon hypophthalmus Sutchi meerval Clarias macrocephalus Broadhead meerval Clarias garieppinus.
PRICE OF FRESH FISH
- Producer Price for Capture Production by Species, 2008
- Producer Price for Capture Production by Species, 2008 (Cond’t)
- Number of Fishermen by Working Status, 2008