Ramamurthy, S (1989) General Account on the Problems of Marine Fisheries Research and Development in Maharashtra. Marine Fisheries Information Service, Technical and Extension Series, 93. pp. 11-12.
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Maharashtra with a coastline of 720 km has a shelf area of about 90,000 sq.km. The EEZ confers an additional 20,000 sq.km approximately for exploitation. At present only 30% of the shelf area upto a depth of about 50 m is intensively exploited. The strategy to boost marine fish production in Maharashtra will be to increase production from the currently exploited groimds through increased effort in a phased manner, effective utilisation of the EEZ resources through offshore fishing, improvement of infrastructure facilities such as berthing, cold storage, etc.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Pelagic Trawls ; Horse mackerel; Black pomfret; Marine fishing regulation Act; Bombay duck; Penaeid prawn; Molluscs|
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