Mexico - Capture fisheries production (metric tons)

The value for Capture fisheries production (metric tons) in Mexico was 1,479,499 as of 2015. As the graph below shows, over the past 55 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 1,629,058 in 1981 and a minimum value of 196,413 in 1960.

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 196,413
1961 224,801
1962 220,180
1963 245,480
1964 250,020
1965 259,620
1966 291,500
1967 356,550
1968 366,650
1969 354,250
1970 384,528
1971 422,925
1972 458,147
1973 477,730
1974 441,879
1975 497,173
1976 538,670
1977 578,289
1978 826,585
1979 1,018,607
1980 1,276,487
1981 1,629,058
1982 1,422,637
1983 1,062,999
1984 1,127,539
1985 1,245,082
1986 1,343,934
1987 1,449,655
1988 1,377,859
1989 1,502,266
1990 1,424,799
1991 1,428,317
1992 1,219,952
1993 1,164,898
1994 1,230,375
1995 1,380,514
1996 1,500,082
1997 1,532,954
1998 1,193,289
1999 1,238,928
2000 1,349,763
2001 1,445,867
2002 1,481,137
2003 1,386,469
2004 1,289,156
2005 1,325,084
2006 1,368,538
2007 1,475,195
2008 1,586,976
2009 1,619,390
2010 1,528,280
2011 1,571,658
2012 1,581,198
2013 1,626,417
2014 1,529,375
2015 1,479,499

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