Inland Fish Marketing in India covers all aspects of this important subject. Fish seed requirements a?c analysed exhaustively and a number of recommendations provided. Following this the study examines the present status of fish ponds, culture practices and infrastructure facilities for fresh water culture fisheries with suggestions for further development. Reservoir fisheries are then dealt with in two separate parts; in one the current situation is reviewed and the various sub-systems analysed; the second part gives case studies of selected reservoirs and offers recommendations in each area. Riverine capture fishery is considered next in respect of the economics of fish production and marketing along with infrastructural facilities. Suggestions cover pollution control and artificial breeding grounds. The study on brackish water culture examines, among other things, the level of technology, the economics of such fisheries, market flows, infrastructure and investment opportunities. Case studies on lakes and swamps are given with a number of recommendations. The last two volumes analyse markets of different kinds along with a review of the specific roles of cooperatives and corporations relating to the sample centres studied. Availability of data for planning and control tasks in various fishery sub-systems arc looked at and assessed. Finally, the recommendations on data base highlight the need for strengthening it and for standardization of terminologies. This set of volumes is part of a series of studies undertaken by the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad which is intended to comprehensively cover all aspects of fish marketing in India. Users of the earlier studies will find it useful to acquire this set of volumes too.