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The ecological impact of tilapia cage culture in Sampaloc Lake, Philippines
(Asian Fisheries Society, 1994)
Sampaloc lake showed imminent biological death as a consequence of intensive tilapia farming in floating net cages. The progressive disappearance of dissolved oxygen in the entire water column may be an irreversible trend ...
Viewpoint on formulating policies for sustainable shrimp culture
(Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1999)
An examination is made of all the negative impacts attributed to shrimp culture, particularly to intensive culture, considering also remedial measures recommended to ameliorate their ill-effects and discussing the implications ...
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 ...
Recent technical developments in aquaculture and training needs
(Asian Productivity Organization, 1995)
This paper attempts to present recent developments and techniques in breeding, seed production, genetics, feed development, and fish health management. Most of the innovative findings come from work done on well-studied ...