Now showing items 1-3 of 3
Bottom shrimp trawling impacts on species distribution and fishery dynamics; Ungwana Bay fishery Kenya before and after the 2006 trawl ban
(The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2012)
The Malindi-Ungwana Bay fishery Kenya is one of the most important marine fisheries of the Western Indian Ocean. There are two fishing grounds: Formosa and Malindi, with a designated 5-nMno-trawl zone offshore. However, ...
Resource Users’ Perceptions on Continued Existence of the Mombasa Marine Park and Reserve, Kenya
(Western Indian Journal of Marine Science, 2010)
The Mombasa Marine Park and Reserve (MMP&R) in Kenya continues to attract increasing direct and indirect resource use due to its location near an urban area. Opinions on the continued existence of this Marine Protected ...
Status of Coral Reef Fish Communities within the Mombasa Marine Protected Area, Kenya, more than a Decade after Establishment
(western indian journal of marine science, 2011)
The abundance, trophic composition and diversity of fish were investigated in the Mombasa Marine Protected Area (MPA) on the Kenya coast over a period of four years (2004-2007) sixteen years after its establishment to ...