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“Which Fishes Do I Catch?” Predicting the Artisanal Fishers’ Local Knowledge About Target-Species in Brazil

  • André Bastos da SilvaEmail author
  • Roseli Farias Melo de Barros
  • Wedson Medeiros Silva Souto
  • Romildo Ribeiro Soares
  • Nelson Leal Alencar
  • Clarissa Gomes Reis Lopes
Article

Introduction

Inland fisheries are the main source of socioeconomic and food security for millions of families living in riverside communities around the world (Welcomme et al.2010; Alves and Minte-Vera 2013; Youn et al.2014; Gurung 2016; Lynch et al.2017). These fisheries involve small ponds and reservoirs, as well as major rivers (Beard et al.2016). It is not surprising that local fisheries involve the capture of a great variety of fish species (Lopes et al.2019). In 2016, inland fisheries’ global production reached 11.6 million tonnes, about 13% of all marine and inland catches (FAO 2018). However, this number is likely underestimated because it does not include catches intended for domestic consumption (Hallwass et al.2011; Lopes et al.2019).

Human population growth, economic crises, and local vulnerabilities threaten inland fisheries stock, especially where there is direct exploitation of water resources by other dependent sectors (e.g., hydroelectric power) (Baran and Myschowoda 2009...

Keywords

Small-scale fisheries Inland fisheries Ethnoichthyology Sustainable management Local knowledge Local participation Parnaíba River Brazilian Northeast 

Notes

Acknowledgements

We thank CNPq for the master’s degree fellowship granted to A. B. Silva through Development and Environment Graduated Program (PRODEMA/UFPI), Helena de Sousa Veloso Ribeiro for logistical support in surveyed area, and Nathalie Reis Monteiro for her aid in the translation of this paper. Our special gratitude goes to all fishers who took part in this study.

Compliance with Ethical Standards

The research was approved by the Ethics Committee of the Federal University of Piauí in the Campus Ministro Petrônio Portella (assent number 1,890,962), registered in the Authorization and Information System in Biodiversity of the Chico Mendes Conservation Institute (protocol number 57063–1), and in the National System of Genetic Heritage and Associated Traditional Knowledge Management (registration number AE4C576).

Conflict of Interest

The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • André Bastos da Silva
    • 1
    Email author
  • Roseli Farias Melo de Barros
    • 1
    • 2
  • Wedson Medeiros Silva Souto
    • 1
    • 2
  • Romildo Ribeiro Soares
    • 2
  • Nelson Leal Alencar
    • 2
  • Clarissa Gomes Reis Lopes
    • 1
    • 3
  1. 1.Programa de Pós-graduação em Desenvolvimento e Meio Ambiente (PRODEMA), Universidade Federal do Piauí (UFPI)TeresinaBrazil
  2. 2.Centro de Ciências da Natureza, Departamento de Biologia, UFPITeresinaBrazil
  3. 3.Centro de Ciências da Natureza, Curso de Licenciatura em Ciências da Natureza, UFPITeresinaBrazil

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