The bongo net, then towing 30 minute sub-surface from each station. Figure 2: Bongo net (mesh size 500 µm, mouth diameter 0.3m and length 1.3m). v. Sukumaran et al., (2014) use a cast net measuring 2.5 m long, with a mesh size varying from 7 mm at the base and 15 mm at the apex was employed in the collection of fish throughout the period of study and the net was hauled 10 times during every collection at the sampling site. vi. Mwaluma (2010) studied community structure and spatio-temporal variability of ichtyoplankton in Kenyan Coastal waters method use the light trap fabrication and deployment.
By the year 1988 farmed shrimps were the 2nd largest export product of Panama. By 2000, the management of aquaculture increased with the strong support from farmers and collective support from the government as well as academics. It’s been growing ever
THE IMPACT OF EBOLA SCARE ON THE CONSUMPTION OF BUSHMEAT IN GHANA-EVIDENCE FROM KUMASI METROPOLIS INTRODUCTION 1.0 Introduction BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The term bush meat, also called wild meat and game meat, refers to meat from non-domesticated mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds hunted for food in tropical forest (Nasi et al 2008). They are basically meat that comes from wild animals captured in developing regions of the world such as Africa. Bush meat comes from avariety of wild animals, including bats, non-human primate (monkeys), cane rats (grasscutters), and duikers (antelopes). Bush meat is widely consumed in Africa since malnutrition is a major concern in the region mainly due to limited access to protein and the predominance of starchy diets.
Egypt is the Nile, and the Nile is Egypt. The river starts down south, fed by the runoff of the Ethiopian highlands, and heavy summer rains in the east African Lake District. These two headwaters are responsible for the formation of the White & Blue Nile Rivers, which join at Khartoum, Sudan. After that the Nile enters Egypt through the Nubian and Nasser lakes. The distance between these two lakes and the mouth of the Nile into the Mediterranean was of 938 miles.
The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the United States located between Maryland and Virginia lying inland from the Atlantic Ocean. It has more than 150 major rivers and streams covering parts of six states New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland Virginia and West Virginia. Nearly 17 million people live in the Chesapeake Bay watershed and affect the waters pollution. The Bay is very important to the economy of Maryland and Virginia providing economic resources, including crabs, oysters and rockfish, as well as recreational activities in and around the water. Due to the increase in the amount of pollution in the water, the wildlife and the recreational activities in the bay have slowly went down.
In graph C, chloride has a steady trend from 1960 to 1975, in 1976 the trend increased until 1994 and then decreased in 1995 forward. In graph D, sulfate has a constant increase from 1960 to 1990 as it reaches its peak then decreases forward on. In graph E, before 1973 phosphorus had a total less than 0.01 milligrams per liter, after 1973 it increased until 1985 then decreased to close to zero in 1990 and beyond. In graph F, sulfate does not start 0 but more like 0.5 and like phosphorus, it begins around 1973 and
Overfishing may help people to get food, but what of the future? The sea has a lot of fish but It is bound to run out of fish to feed humankind or and other living things. Overfishing has been around from 1970 to now. Then some of the fish are high priced that people want them more so the fish that they are becoming increasingly extinct. According to Roney, “calculating that forage fish generate nearly $17,000,000,000 per year in reported catch--$5,600,000,000 for the small fish themselves and $11,300,000,000 in landings of the fish that eat them.” That is how much Roney think all this fish will go for.
The fossils of Australopithecine were found decades ago. They were found in the Lake Turkana in Kenya to North Ethiopia. An anthropologist named Meave Leakers was responsible for officially naming the species. One of the fossils that were found in the caves was a Lucy fossil. Another species was The Taung child which was the first evidence that humans lived in Africa.
Nile water: According to a contract between Egypt and Sudan at 1959 the Nile water amount is 18.5’109 m^3 to Sudan and 55.5 ‘109 m^3for Egypt. Nile water have 97% of a renewable water viands in Egypt. The overall cultivated space in Egypt is lesser than 4%. The source of the Nile water in Egypt are in Ethiopia 83% and Equatorial Plateaus 18%. The output of the previous spilt into 13% from Subat, 58% of Blue Nile, and 12% from Otbara River respectively.