14 December 2012

Angola: Studies Indicate Recovery of Biomass

Luanda — Studies conducted by the National Institute of Fishing Research (INIP) indicate for the recovery of the biomass of the main fishing resources.

This was said to Angop on Friday here by the incumbent Minister, Victória de Barros Neto, during the opening act of the 16th scientific activities of INIP.

In addition, the minister said that the indicator of recovery is a positive one, as it enables to continue to materialise the recommended conservation measures.

According to her, despite the aquatic biological resources are renewable they are still limited and need an adjusted amount, meant to keep a sustainable exploitation at long time.

"The fishing sciences that include the study of biology and oceanography enable to learn about the processes that affects the fishing resources", she said.

The fishing activities are debating themes such as fishing resources and bio-diversity, control of fishing products quality and environment.

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