Çıldır Gölü'ndeki̇ Kerevi̇t (Astacus leptodactylus Eschscholtz, 1823) Avcılığının Sosyal, Yapısal Ve Ekonomi̇k Yönden Değerlendi̇ri̇lmesi

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  • Ahmet KOÇYİĞİT
  • Önder AKSU


Crayfish, Çıldır Lake, fishery, socio-economic analysis, survey


This study was carried out to investigate the socio-economic analysis of fishermen of Çıldır Lake (Ardahan/Kars) cooperative. It has been
determined that all fishermen are members of these cooperatives and that they are not members of any other nongovernmental organization. It
has been determined that the ages of fishermen vary between 34 and 74, 100% are married and their spouses are between 20 and 70 years old.
They were found to be primary school graduates with a rate of 74%. 65.21% of fishermen received a special training on their professions. It
was found that 17.4% of fishermen had no sources of income other than fishing, and the remaining 82.6% were active in agriculture, animal
husbandry or other fields. It is generally determined that they have 1 boat, the majority of the boats are 6 m in length and made of iron. It was
seen that 43.47% of family members participated in hunting activities. Ownership of all of the boats belonged to the fishermen themselves and
30.4% of them were informed that they were receiving them with the help of their boat families. It was found that fishermen used pinters in
crayfish hunting and fennel nets in fish hunting. Although Çıldır Lake fishermen 's professions are found to be economically inadequate, it has
been determined that 14 fishermen with 60.87% of their income are happy to do this job due to their presence in one or more of the reasons for
additional income, habit, passion / hobby.




How to Cite

KOÇYİĞİT, A., & AKSU, Önder. (2019). Çıldır Gölü’ndeki̇ Kerevi̇t (Astacus leptodactylus Eschscholtz, 1823) Avcılığının Sosyal, Yapısal Ve Ekonomi̇k Yönden Değerlendi̇ri̇lmesi. International Journal of Veterinary and Animal Research (IJVAR), 1(3), 8–12. Retrieved from https://ijvar.org/index.php/ijvar/article/view/47



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