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Aqua-mangrove integrated farming: shrimp and mud crab culture in coastal and inland tidal flats with existing reforested or natural growth of mangroves
Throughout the tropics, mangroves are being destroyed at an increasing rate for the development of aquaculture ponds. In the Philippines, for instance, mangroves were about 400,000 to 500,000 ha in 1918 but were reduced ...
Incidence and causes of mass fish kill in a shallow tropical eutrophic lake (Laguna de Bay, Philippines)
(Shiga Prefectural Government, 2001)
Mass fish kills in Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines, has been reported as early as in the 1930’s. With the introduction of and development of aquaculture in this lake, considerable attention and concern ...
Development of environment-friendly aquaculture technologies and practices
(Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences, 2002)
The significant role of aquaculture in providing food security has been recognized, not only through its contribution to food supply, but also through the promotion of economic and social well-being. Aquaculture is also ...
Studies on breeding and seed production of the new species of fish with high commercial value
(Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences, 2001)
Aquaculture contributes significantly to food production and provides the means to generate increased revenue for countries in Southeast Asia. As the catch from the capture fisheries stagnate and population growth rate in ...
Survey on the use of natural food and supplemental feed in commercial milkfish farms on Panay, Philippines
(Stuttgart University, 2000)
This study evaluated the feed intake of the milkfish (Chanos chanos Forsskål) in commercial brackishwater ponds under different management regimes. Feed intake and growth were compared between a rather intensive culture ...