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This dataset contains more than 60 indicators concerning various aspects of land use (such as Country area, Agricultural land, Arable land, Forest land, Agricultural area certified organic, etc...) as provided by the Statistics Division of FAO. Additional information are available on FAOSTAT, under the Land Use domain.
Aquaculture and Fisheries
Number of years
|Countries / Obs||Min / Max Value|
|Coastal waters used for aquac. or holding facilities|
|Coastal waters used for capture fisheries|
|EEZ used for aquac. or holding facilities|
|EEZ used for capture fisheries|
|Inland waters used for aquac. or holding facilities|
|Inland waters used for capture fisheries|
|Land used for aquaculture|
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