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Handling and rearing of hatchery-produced shrimp postlarvae from small-scale hatchery
(South China Sea Fisheries Development and Coordinating Programme, 1982)
This paper discusses the handling and rearing of hatchery-produced Penaeus post larvae. The survival and growth of hatchery produced fry and wild caught fry are discussed.
Sustaining aquaculture by developing human capacity and enhancing opportunities for women
(FAO; NACA, 2012)
People are at the heart of sustaining aquaculture. Development of human capacity and gender, therefore, is an important human dimension. Human capacity development (HCD) was a major thrust of the 2000 Bangkok Declaration ...
Resiliency of small-holder fishfarmers to climate change and market prices in selected communities in the Philippines
A rapid assessment of the resiliency of small-holder fishfarmers in selected communities in the Philippines was conducted to gather the fishfarmers’ observations and insights about climate change and market prices, and the ...
Bridging traditional knowledge with mainstream technology to sustain cultural and biological diversity in the product development of wild honey: Focus on the indigenous peoples of the Palawan Biosphere Reserve, Philippines
(UNESCO Office, 2008)
Declared a Man and Biosphere Reserve in 1991, the Palawan Biosphere Reserve in the Philippines is a biologically diverse province and home to a number of Indigenous Peoples particularly the Pala’wan, Tagbanua and Batak ...
Influence of fishing gears on excessive use of fishing grounds in Batan Estuary, Aklan, central Philippines
(Asian Rural Sociology Association, 2010)
The excessive fishing activities have led to the depletion of many coastal fisheries resources in most of the countries in Southeast Asia. It is therefore necessary to find out the causal factors of excessive fishing in ...
Evaluation of nutritional condition of juvenile sandfish (Holothuria scabra)
(Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 2012)
It is important to accurately evaluate the wellbeing or nutritional condition of organisms when monitoring the wild stock conditions and improvement in aquaculture techniques; however, reliable nutritional condition indexes ...
Fish biodiversity and incidence of invasive fish species in an aquaculture and non-aquaculture site in Laguna de Bay, Philippines
Laguna de Bay is the Philippines' largest inland water with 900 km2 surface area. The lake has been assessed as hypereutrophic (Rohani and Roblo, 1984) to dystrophic (Barril and Tumlos, 2002). To make use of the lake's ...
Using mangroves for aquaculture - Why should we?
(Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA), 2011)
Although brackishwater ponds have been a major factor in mangrove loss in Southeast Asia where aquaculture is centuries-old, the “No Touch option” for mangroves is a luxury that most countries in the region cannot afford. ...
The Agusan Marsh - two years after Pakse
(UNESCO Office, 2008)