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Title:

REPORT OF FISH CULTURAL INVESTIGATIONS IN TAIWAN


Author(s):

Swingle, Homer, Donavan Moss


Date: 1969


Funding Agency: USAID


Keywords: taiwan, aquaculture, international, fisheries, fishculture


Category: International Country Report


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Summary/Recommendations/Objectives:

Fish cultured in brackish and fresh waters makes up only 16 percent of the
total annual fishery product of Taiwan–58, 511 metric tons from fish cultures as
compared to 366, 766 metric tons from deep-sea and coastal fisheries. Production
from fish cultures is quite important however, because the principal species cuitured
are carps and milkfish, which have long been favorite foods of the Chinese.

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