NACA Newsletter Volume XXI, No. 4, October-December 2006
1 October 2006 | 359 Downloads | .pdf | 755.05 KB | Freshwater finfish, Genetics and biodiversity, Health and welfare, Shrimp, Environment and sustainability, Training and education, India, Thailand
- International shrimp farming principles welcomed by countries.
- Discussions on the establishment of a "Mahseer R&D Centre".
- Microsatellite DNA markers for mahseer are now available.
- First study on genetic variation of the critically endangered Mekong giant catfish.
- IMNV found in Asia-Pacific.
- Thailand and US to jointly install tsunami wave sensors.
- Co-management in aquaculture explored at APFIC Forum.
- Virus may control Australia's feral carp problem.
- A milestone in India's sustainable shrimp farming efforts.
- Fish introduction in India: Status, challenges and potentials.
- 8th Asian Fisheries Forum.
- STREAM Update.
- Website management training to support Thai Post-tsunami Rehabilitation website.
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