World Fishery Production


World Fishery Production
▪ 1999

(million metric tons)

  1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996
   Capture 6.588 6.382 6.253 6.661 6.908 7.379 7.553
   Aquaculture 8.172 8.422 9.391 10.592 12.109 13.860 15.607
Total inland 14.760 14.804 15.644 17.253 19.017 21.240 23.159
   Capture 79.292 78.706 79.955 80.618 85.775 85.622 87.073
   Aquaculture 4.956 5.345 6.129 7.334 8.666 10.416 10.778
Total marine 84.249 84.051 86.084 87.953 94.441 96.038 97.851
 
Total aquaculture 13.129 13.767 15.520 17.927 20.775 24.276 26.385
Total capture 85.880 85.088 86.209 87.279 92.683 93.001 94.625
 
Total world production 99.009 98.855 101.728 105.206 113.458 117.277 121.010
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        Source: UN Food and Agriculture Organization.

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