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Title: Avaliação e comparação de projetos comunitários de ostreicultura localizados no nordeste paraense
metadata.dc.creator: HOSHINO, Priscila
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: MCGRATH, David Gibbs
Keywords: Aquicultura
Extrativismo animal
Augusto Corrêa - PA
Curuçá - PA
Maracanã - PA
Pará - Estado
Amazônia brasileira
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Citation: HOSHINO, Priscila. Avaliação e comparação de projetos comunitários de ostreicultura localizados no nordeste paraense. 2009. 99 f. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Universidade Federal do Pará, Centro de Ciências Biológicas, Belém, 2009. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ecologia Aquática e Pesca.
Abstract: The aquaculture is being characterized as strategy to minimize the reduction of the fish. At Pará, the oyster farming was implanted in 2003 as an opportunity regarding to occupation and profits generation at Northeastern of this state. In 2005 this initiative was expanded to other communities with different levels of familiarity with the mollusk, regarding to the support either on the researches in this sector or on the extractive activity. This research evaluated the communitarian oyster farming performance in the state of Pará. It was studied three projects with at least two years of implementation and with either different levels of preservation and oyster harvest activity. The implementation of the firsts cultivations occurred simultaneously and in a similar way regarding to institutional support, however with different performances. The main producer issues are to obtain the license to develop this activity and also the necessity to take care about the tide. It is necessary to provide more detailed feasibility studies, with more commitment from the side of the interested institutions in order to perform the actions they are supposed to work out, providing events where it will be possible to spread the information and discuss the aquaculture bottlenecks at the state of Pará, as well to provide a consolidated partners network to prepare the groups regarding to organization, activity management and helping in the market access. The most part of the oyster famers are small producers, artisanal fishermen that found a way to manage their families via oyster farming. However, the oyster farming is a secondary activity to them, once it is still not enough to support their necessities. Nevertheless, several farmers already declared once they manage how to increase the oyster production they will be exclusively dedicated to this activity.
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