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Seafood landings Jan-Dec 09 by region. (Graph: Subpesca)

Seafood landings dip through December

CHILE
Monday, January 25, 2010, 15:40 (GMT + 9)


Total fish and shellfish landings through December 2009 totalled 4,409,950 tonnes – 8 per cent less than the 4,760,730 million tonnes accumulated in the same period the year before, the Fisheries Subsecretariat (SUBPESCA) reveals.

According to the latest Fisheries and Aquaculture Sector Report, the wild capture fisheries and aquaculture sectors contributed some 3.8 million tonnes and 630,000 tonnes, respectively, to the total harvest through December 2009.

An estimated 61.7 per cent of wild fish landings consisted of pelagic resources, a slightly higher percentage than the 59.4 per cent registered the previous year.

Anchovy, common sardine, and jack mackerel constituted 24.8 per cent, 21.9 per cent and 21.8 per cent, respectively, of total wild capture landings through December 2009.

Regions V-X received the largest share of these landings in receiving 1.9 million tonnes or 71.5 per cent of the total. Regions XV and II received 686,000 tonnes – 25.2 per cent of the total – while Regions III and IV registered 90,000 tonnes – representing 3.3 per cent of the total.

Southern hake accounted for 24,300 tonnes of demersal fish landings in the year through December - a 7.4 per cent decline from the 26,300 tonnes received in the same period of 2008. The industrial fleet contributed the most, with 13,000 tonnes, followed closely by the artisanal fleet with 11,300 tonnes.

Common hake landings through December totalled 43,800 tonnes, an 8.3 per cent decrease in volume over the 47,800 tonnes registered in the same period last year, SUBPESCA found.

Yellow shrimp landings reached 5,200 tonnes through December 2009.The industrial sector contributed 81.3 per cent of total landings, whereas the artisanal sector produced 18.7 per cent.

An estimated 3,000 tonnes of golden kingclip were landed through the twelfth month of the year, 9.3 per cent less than the same period of 2008.

Meanwhile, the aquaculture harvest totalled 549,100 tonnes through November, a 28.7 per cent decrease from the 770,000 tonnes harvested in the same period of 2008, the Servicio National Fisheries Service (SERNAPESCA) discloses.

The main products harvested were Atlantic salmon, mussels and rainbow trout, which each accounted for 30.8 per cent, 28.5 per cent, and 18.8 per cent of the total harvest at the national level, respectively.

Regions X and XI harvested the highest total output: 355,900 tonnes and 156,900 tonnes, respectively.

The Atlantic salmon harvest totalled 168,900 tonnes through last November – 50.6 per cent less than the volume accumulated in the same period of 2008 (341,900 tonnes). Most of the production came from Regions X (61,500 tonnes) and XI (99,200 tonnes).

The mussel harvest, almost entirely produced by Region X, fell by 11.4 per cent from a total of 176,600 tonnes through November 2008 to 156,400 tonnes through November 2009.

Meanwhile, rainbow trout harvests totalled 103,100 tonnes – 23.8 per cent less than the total volume reported through November 2008 (135,330 tonnes). The greater part of production originated from Regions X and XI, with, 62,000 and 36,700 tonnes, respectively.

By Analia Murias
editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com 


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