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Workshop on bycatch management and low impact fishing

dc.contributor.authorGeneral Board for Fish Resource Development - Iraq
dc.descriptionIraq can be considered one of the marine countries, Situated at the head of the Arabian Gulf. The area of national territorial waters about 900 km 2, from FAW port . this area is characterized by lack of depth waters where the maximum depth is about 15 m and this waters are under effects of tidal currents, where the water levels rises and lowers about 2.40 m. regional coastal waters are directly continued with gulf waters and exchanging with marine waters by tidal movement, as the water flows from Gulf and Karun river to Shatt al-Arab and back, Therefore this area is characterized with high fertility water which attracts fishes for feeding or breeding purposes, few species of these fishes may continue to migrate to internal waters through Shatt al-Arab and marshes.
dc.publisherGeneral Board for Fish Resource Development - Iraq
dc.subjectcoast protection
dc.subjectcoastal area
dc.subjectcoastal ecosystem
dc.subjectcoastal environment
dc.subjectcoastal pollution
dc.subjectcoastal water
dc.subjectmarine conservation area
dc.subjectmarine ecosystem
dc.subjectsea resource
dc.subjectsea water protection
dc.subjectcoastal fishing
dc.subjectcoastal management
dc.subjectconservation policy
dc.subjectenvironmental conservation
dc.subject.classificationHarmful Substances
dc.subject.classificationEcosystem Management
dc.titleWorkshop on bycatch management and low impact fishing
dc.typeReports and Books
wd.identifier.sdgSDG 14 - Life Below Water

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