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1157. Fisheries--Quantity and Value of Domestic Catch



 
Quantity (mil. lb. 1)
Value Average
YEAR For (mil. price
For indus- dol.) per lb.
Total human trial (cents)
food products 2
 
1970 4,917 2,537 2,380 613 12.5
1971 5,018 2,441 2,577 651 13.0
1972 4,806 2,435 2,371 748 15.6
1973 4,858 2,398 2,460 937 19.3
1974 4,967 2,496 2,471 932 18.7
1975 4,877 2,465 2,412 977 20.0
1976 5,388 2,775 2,613 1,349 25.0
1977 5,271 2,952 2,319 1,554 29.5
1978 6,028 3,177 2,851 1,854 30.7
1979 6,267 3,318 2,949 2,234 35.6
1980 6,482 3,654 2,828 2,237 34.5
1981 5,977 3,547 2,430 2,388 40.0
1982 6,367 3,285 3,082 2,390 37.5
1983 6,439 3,238 3,201 2,355 36.6
1984 6,438 3,320 3,118 2,350 36.5
1985 6,258 3,294 2,964 2,326 37.2
1986 6,031 3,393 2,638 2,763 45.8
1987 6,896 3,946 2,950 3,115 45.2
1988 7,192 4,588 2,604 3,520 48.9
1989 8,463 6,204 2,259 3,238 38.3
1990 9,404 7,041 2,363 3,522 37.5
1991 9,484 7,031 2,453 3,308 34.9
1992 9,637 7,618 2,019 3,678 38.2
1993 10,467 8,214 2,253 3,471 33.2
1994 10,461 7,936 2,525 3,807 36.8
1995 9,788 7,667 2,121 3,770 38.5
1996 9,565 7,474 2,091 3,487 36.5
1997 9,842 7,244 2,598 3,448 35.0
1998 9,194 7,173 2,021 3,128 34.0





1 Live weight.
2 Meal, oil, fish solubles, homogenized condensed fish, shell products, bait, and animal food.
3 Represents record year.

Source: U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,National Marine Fisheries Service, Fishery Statistics of the United States, annual; andFisheries of the United States, annual.

http://www.st.nmfs.gov/st1****************************************************************************************The collection of U.S. commercial fisheries landings data is a joint state and federal responsibility. Thecooperative State-Federal fishery data collection systems obtain landings data from state-mandated fisheryor mollusk trip-tickets, landing weighout reports provided by seafood dealers, federal logbooks of fisherycatch and effort, and shipboard and portside interview and biological sampling of catches. State fisheryagencies are usually the primary collectors of landings data, but in some states NMFS and state personnelcooperatively collect the data. Survey methodology differs by state, but NMFS makes supplementalsurveys to ensure that the data from different states and years are comparable.

Statistics for each state represent a census of the volume and value of finfish and shellfish landed andsold at the dock rather than an expanded estimate of landings based on sampling data. Principal landingstatistics that are collected consists of the pounds and ex-vessel dollar value of landings identified byspecies, year, month, state, county, port, water and fishing gear. Most states get their landings data fromseafood dealers who submit monthly reports of the weight and value of landings by vessel. Increasingly,however, states are switching to mandatory trip-tickets to gather landings data. At the conclusion of everyfishing trip, seafood dealers and fishermen indicate their landings by species on trip-tickets and may berequired to record other data such as fishing effort and area fished.

Landings are reported in pounds of round (live) weight for all species or groups except univalve andbivalve mollusks, such as clams, mussels, oysters and scallops, which are reported as pounds of meats(excludes shell weight). Our landings data may sometimes differ from state-reported landings due to ourreporting of mollusks in meat weights rather than gallons, shellweight, or bushels. Also, we include somespecies such as kelp and oysters that are sometimes reported by state agricultural agencies and may not beincluded with state fishery agency landings data.

Landings do not include aquaculture products except for clams, mussels and oysters.****************************************************************************************

https://allcountries.org/uscensus/1157_fisheries_quantity_and_value_of_domestic.html

These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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