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Distribution, Growth, Instability and Trend Analysis of Marine Fish Production in the Coastal States of India

Farejiya M. K.,Dixit A. K, Raut. B. M, Ashish Kumar, Vinod Kumar. M, Rama Rao. K*, Kiran S.
Fishery Survey of  India Facility Research Centre, Plot 2A, Unit no. 12, Sassoon Dock, Colaba, Mumbai- 4000051. Asst. Professor, Dept. of Zoology, Govt. Degree and PG College, Jammikunta, Karimnagar Dt. Telangana State*
Online First: September 03, 2017
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The fish production in India from inland and marine ecosystems is estimated as 10.07 million tonnes. Percentage contribution of marine fish production has shown declining trend from 44.08% (2005) to 34.66% (2015) whereas, the inland fish production indicated the increasing trend from 55.92% (2005) to 65.34% (2015). The Compound Growth Rate (CGR), Coppock’s instability of marine fish production for coastal states have been analysed in the present study. The states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh have shown high growth and high instability, while the state of Kerala indicated slow down growth and medium range of instability. The states of West Bengal, Maharashtra and Odisha are showing low growth and low instability, whereas, the state of Gujarat and Goa are at medium range of growth and instability. Tamil Nadu state is at the low growth and high instability. Predicted trends of marine fish production have also been analysed based on the data for the period 2005 to 2015.

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