Fishery resources and some economic aspects of four fishing villages on lake George and Edward in the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
The fisheries resources of Lake George and Ugandan waters of Lake Edward are described. The main fish species currently observed in the commercial catches were determined and the reasons of changes in species composition of the catches, that occurred in the recent years, are explained. The fishing activity and some economic and nutritional aspects of four fishing villages, selected among the ten present within the Queen Elizabeth National Park boundaries, are analyzed. In the end some suggestions are given for management of the fishery resources of these Lakes.
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