1997
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Abstract: RESUMO -O presente artigo apresenta resultados sobre o consumo de pescado e outros alimentos pela população ribeirinha do Lago Grande de Monte Alegre, no Estado do Pará, Brasil. Os dados foram coletados mensalmente, por um período de dois anos juntos a 35 famílias de 17 comunidades, que praticam a pesca com fins comerciais e de subsistência, bem como as famílias que nào pescam. O consumo médio de pescado foi de 369 g/capita/dia, complementado com 6,lg/capita/dia de farinha de peixe (piracuí). As espécies mais … Show more

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“…In the indigenous Tukano communities of the blackwater upper Negro River, Chernela et al (1989) recorded an average fish consumption of 68 g per day. By contrast, Cerdeira et al (1997) recorded a mean daily rate of 369 g per person among families of the Lago Grande de Monte Alegre lake system in the Lower Amazon. In coastal fishing communities of southeastern Brazil, the frequency of fish on the diet -60-68% -is generally lower than that of the riverine communities of the Amazon basin (Begossi and Richerson 1992, 1993, Hanazaki et al 1996.…”
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“…In the indigenous Tukano communities of the blackwater upper Negro River, Chernela et al (1989) recorded an average fish consumption of 68 g per day. By contrast, Cerdeira et al (1997) recorded a mean daily rate of 369 g per person among families of the Lago Grande de Monte Alegre lake system in the Lower Amazon. In coastal fishing communities of southeastern Brazil, the frequency of fish on the diet -60-68% -is generally lower than that of the riverine communities of the Amazon basin (Begossi and Richerson 1992, 1993, Hanazaki et al 1996.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…A number of studies on the diet of rural inhabitants of the Amazon basin are available (Gross 1975, Shrimpton and Giugliano 1979, Giuliano et al 1978, Cerdeira et al 1997, Murrieta et al 1999, Murrieta 2001, Murrieta and Dufour 2004, Leite et al 2007). However, while most of these studies provide data on the composition of the diet and the frequency of different items, they do not provide consumption rates.…”
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“…One concern is the lack of information regarding the total production output generated by subsistence fishing, which is often excluded from official statistics of fisheries because it is intended for direct consumption of these families (Cerdeira et al 1997). It is possible that this fraction, which is not measured, can bring valuable information in understanding the real situation of the pressure exerted on fish stocks (Isaac et al 2008).…”
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“…Considerando que 40% do pescado destinado ao consumo equivalem a vísceras, ossos, pele e escamas, que na maioria das vezes não são utilizados na alimentação (SMITH 1979;CERDEIRA;RUFFINO, ISAAC, 1997), excluiu-se este percentual para obtenção do consumo per capita eviscerado.…”
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