Cuba - Capture fisheries production (metric tons)

The value for Capture fisheries production (metric tons) in Cuba was 24,034 as of 2015. As the graph below shows, over the past 55 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 239,932 in 1986 and a minimum value of 22,103 in 2013.

Definition: Capture fisheries production measures the volume of fish catches landed by a country for all commercial, industrial, recreational and subsistence purposes.

Source: Food and Agriculture Organization.

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Year Value
1960 31,200
1961 30,600
1962 35,000
1963 35,612
1964 37,165
1965 41,080
1966 43,826
1967 65,955
1968 66,170
1969 78,699
1970 104,150
1971 126,650
1972 139,141
1973 149,707
1974 163,819
1975 143,013
1976 193,180
1977 183,439
1978 211,486
1979 151,711
1980 184,141
1981 161,857
1982 191,517
1983 194,349
1984 195,475
1985 215,226
1986 239,932
1987 209,196
1988 225,323
1989 185,847
1990 179,894
1991 162,801
1992 100,967
1993 84,934
1994 77,701
1995 80,066
1996 84,207
1997 76,802
1998 58,738
1999 60,645
2000 68,486
2001 54,708
2002 32,586
2003 34,088
2004 32,194
2005 28,234
2006 27,587
2007 29,485
2008 28,714
2009 28,892
2010 23,996
2011 24,106
2012 22,320
2013 22,103
2014 24,788
2015 24,034

Statistical Concept and Methodology: In 2008, China revised its 2006 production statistics to reduce about 13 percent based on its Second National Agriculture Census conducted in 2007. This implied the downward adjustment of global capture production about 2 percent. Historical statistics of China for the period 1997-2005 were subsequently revised by FAO.

Aggregation method: Sum

Periodicity: Annual

Classification

Topic: Environment Indicators

Sub-Topic: Agricultural production