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Seafarming and community development in the Philippines
(Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific, 2002)
This paper provides information on the seafarming activities in the Philippines, which includes milkfish, seabass and grouper cage and pen culture. It also provides some other seafarming alternatives including mud crab, ...
Microbial diseases in aquaculture: issues and challenges
(Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, 2007)
Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms including fish, molluscs, crustaceans and aquatic plants where farming implies some intervention in the rearing process to enhance production, such as regular stocking, ...
Institutional capacity development for sustainable aquaculture and fisheries: Strategic partnership with local institutions
Many people living in the rural areas in the Philippines, as in other developing countries in Southeast Asia, depend on aquatic resources for their food and livelihood. For the past two decades, the Aquaculture Department ...
The Agusan Marsh - two years after Pakse
(UNESCO Office, 2008)
Antimicrobial resistance in bacteria isolated from aquaculture environments in the Philippines
Antibiotics have been used in aquaculture as feed additives to promote growth and added in water to prevent disease occurrence. Therapeutic doses are used to treat diseases. Long-term use and misuse of antibiotics may ...
Recirculating aquaculture systems: experiences, concepts, designs, and equipment
(Philippine Association for the Advancement of Science (PhilAAS), 2002)
In a general sense, recirculating aquaculture system are designed tp approximate the fundamental aspects of natural system in order to support aquatic life. They may involve tank, pund, and other culture system where water ...
Training needs and provision in developing countries of the Asia-Pacific region
Training has played a significant role in the development of capacity in aquatic animal health in the Asia-Pacific region where most specialists have fisheries or a background in biology rather than in veterinary medicine. ...