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Agriculture, Animal Wealth, Water Resources, and Fisheries of Oman

a bibliography

by Alam E. Hammad

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  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Gateway Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oman
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture -- Oman -- Bibliography.,
    • Water resources development -- Oman -- Bibliography.,
    • Livestock -- Oman -- Bibliography.,
    • Fisheries -- Oman -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAlam E. Hammad
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ5075.O53 H35 1987, S47.O53 H35 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 113 p. ;
      Number of Pages113
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2415500M
      ISBN 100961865202
      LC Control Number87081115
      OCLC/WorldCa17616698

      6. Agriculture & Fisheries Briefings from Oman. 7. Over one billion people worldwide depend on fish as a source of animal protein in their diets. Global per capita fish consumption has undergone. MUSCAT: Dr Hamad bin Said bin Sulaiman al Aufi, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, has underscored the importance of the aquaculture sector as it plays a major role in the exploitation of fisheries wealth and provision of job opportunities for nationals and helps in economic diversification.

      Airport Road, Riyadh ; Tel: 1 Fax: 1 ; Tel: (Jeddah) 2 ; The function of the Ministry of Agriculture is to implement government economic plans and programs concerned with agriculture in the Kingdom.. This Ministry is also responsible for animal resources, fisheries, grain silos and locust control. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Wealth, Muscat, Oman. 57 likes. The Ministry of Agriculture and Fishers is the governmental body in the Sultanate 5/5.

      The 4th Oman AgroFood Exhibition and Conference, under the patronage of the Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries Wealth, will be held from 7 to 9 December at the Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre. This key annual gathering will bring together key government decision-makers, international thought-leaders, regional trail-blazers.   Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries - Oman (MAF), Oman - Company Information. Get up-to-date business information, contact details, latest news and press releases and people contacts on ZAWYA MENA Edition.


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Agriculture, Animal Wealth, Water Resources, and Fisheries of Oman by Alam E. Hammad Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Ministry of Agriculture and Fishers is the governmental body in the Sultanate of Oman responsible for all matters relating to agriculture and fisheries.

Function. The competences of MOAAF are as follows: Setting and implementing the policies for the development and exploitation of agricultural, livestock, and living water arters: Muscat, Coordinates: 23°35′54″N. Source: Agricultural and Fisheries Statistical Year Book Management applied to main fisheries The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAFW) is the responsible management authority in the Sultanate of Oman.

In order to ensure responsible fishing it employs precautionary management and conservation measures. This review offers a summary of the collaborative efforts involving the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Wealth (MAFW), the World Bank (WB), and fishery stakeholders.

Collaborative work laid rigorous groundwork for the development and implementation of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Vision "To create a profitable world-class sector.

Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Oman Soil and Water Research Centre. Jasim Alshihhi Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Oman Animal Health research center. Ministry of Regional Municipalities & Water Resources is the Competent Authority for management of water resources.

Wastewater is regulated by MD No. /93 for wastewater re-use and discharge. There are no specific references to water quality and pollution in relation to aquaculture activities as it is still in infancy stage in Oman.

Current fisheries and species information relating to the Sea of Oman are summarized in Fisheries Statistics Book. Combined industrial and traditional landings for the Sea of Oman and Arabian Sea were tones, of which (~ 33%) were produced by Sea of Oman fishery.

The Mesopelagic resources are not currently harvested in Oman. Agriculture and fisheries are Oman's main non-oil exports. This sector accounts for around 30% of the non-oil exports.

Over half of Oman's population is still involved in the agriculture and fisheries sectors of the economy, accounting related activities such as wholesale, retail, transport and other services. A large percentage of the population live in rural areas and many others own land.

A basic bibliography of books and articles on Oman, prepared by Joachim Duester, Oman Studies Centre. Alam E.: Agriculture, animal wealth, water resources and fisheries of Oman: a bibliography.

- Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, - vi, pp. Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Administration, National Botanic Garden of. A list of general and specialized bibliographies dealing with Oman, prepared by Joachim Duester, Oman Studies Centre.

If you wish to buy books on Oman, have a look at our list of Specialized Bookshops. Agriculture, animal wealth, water resources and fisheries of Oman: a bibliography. - Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, - vi, p. The Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF), in cooperation with other organisations is implementing Agricultural Development Projects.

These projects arise from the need to implement the Ministry’s comprehensive plan to operationalize the Agriculture Sector Development Strategy and Investment Plan.

2 Agro-Ecological Regions of Oman 2 3 Agriculture Land and Water Resources 4 4 Animal Resources 7 5 Development of Agriculture in the Sultanate 8 6 Development Stages of Agriculture and Livestock Research 11 7 Achievements of Agricultural and Livestock Research in the Previous Plans 11 8 Success Stories Oman national action plan is providing a road map to all stakeholders in the country to combat the The Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agriculture and fisheries will provide all the animals, through food, water and the environment.

Resistant bacteria can be found in food animals and. Fishery and aquaculture are among the most ancient and important sectors of Oman economy, with deep cultural and social significance.

Before oil was discovered in the s, 80 percent of the population lived from agriculture and fishing. Bold plans to improve food security and production in Oman are being driven by investment in agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture and sea fishing as the country looks for sustainable solutions that will enable it to support a growing population.

The sultanate’s long coastline and diverse landscapes support a rich variety of fish, livestock, crops, fruit and vegetables.

OMANS FISHERIES LEGACY The Sultanate of Oman’s fisheries and aquaculture resources are a source of considerable prosperity for all Omanis. Before oil was discovered in the s, 80 percent of the population lived from agriculture and fishing. The current fisheries industry is not economically productive and the aquaculture.

Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Oman. Muscat, Oman; Join institution Little is known about the genetic diversity and public health significance of E. granulosus s.l. among animals and. Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries Wealth P.C.: P.O.

Box: Tel: Website: Switchboard: Fax: Oman. This Data set reviews the statistical data of the fisheries sector. The main indicators contained in this Data set include the quantitative production of fish by traditional,Costal, commercial fishing and Industrial Fishers.

It also includes the fishing licenses,boats licenses and Outboaed Engines. This Data set also includes exports of fish by importing country.

sustainable sectors, and thus funded several fisheries development and research (e.g., Oman projects Fisheries Development and Management Project) (Metz ).

Inthe Ministry of Fisheries Wealth was formed Alhabsi(et al. ); Oman is also member of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission and the Regional Fisheries Commission (Morgan ).

Fisheries are Oman’s second largest natural resource; before the discovery of oil in the s, Omanis relied on agriculture and fishing. Its oil reserves finite, Oman is food secure to this day. Oman’s small, relatively wealthy population of about 4 million consume, per capita, almost double the global average quantities of fish.

Director General of Agriculture, Animal Wealth & Fisheries: Department of Agriculture, Animal & Fisheries Resources - Barka. Directorate General of Agriculture, Animal & Fisheries Resources: Director General of Agriculture, Animal & Fisheries Resources Dept.

Business Oman Sub Domains Accounts-Oman.disbursement of amounts from the Agriculture and Fisheries Development Fund and SANAD Fund loans Apart from its operations at head office in Ruwi, Muscat, ODB has 14 branches and 2 regional branches spread in different geographical area of the Sultanate.Oman Fisheries Company SAOG, Oman Fisheries Company FZE and Al Ameen Stores and Refrigeration LLC.

is the second year of new three year strategy plan ( to ). The key strategic pillars to the three year strategic plan were as follows: • Sustainable profitability • Controlling costs • Breakeven point identification.