Aquaculture Asia Magazine, July-September 2003


  • Collapse of WTO talks nothing to celebrate.
    Simon Wilkinson

Sustainable Aquaculture

  • Ornamental fish farming: Successful small scale aqua business in India.
    Abalika Ghosh, B.K. Mahapatra and N.C. Datta
  • Genes and Fish: Tilapia - a species for Indian Aquaculture?
    Graham Mair
  • Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Peri-urban food production in Southeast Asia.
  • Shrimp farming practices and its socio-economic consequences in East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India - a case study.
    M. Kumaran, P. Ravichandran, B.P. Gupta and A. Nagavel

Research and Farming Techniques

  • Breeding technique of Malaysian golden arowana, Scleropages formosus in concrete tanks.
    Mohamad Zaini Suleiman
  • Captive breeding of peacock eel, Macrognathus aculeatus.
  • Farmers as Scientists: Substrate based aquaculture systems.
    M.C. Nandeesha

Aquatic Animal Health

  • Extension in shrimp health management: experiences from an MPEDA/NACA program in Andhra Pradesh, India.
    P.A. Padiyar, M.J. Phillips, M. Primphon, C.V. Mohan, G. Ravi Babu, A.B.C.H. Mohan, B.V. Bhat, V.S. Rao, G.N. Murthy and P. Chanratchakool
  • The status and treatment of serious diseases of freshwater prawns and crabs in China.
    Yang Xianle and Huang Yanping
  • Advice on Aquatic Animal Health Care.
    Pornlerd Chanratchakool

Marine Finfish Section

  • Improvement of larval rearing technique for humpback grouper, Cromileptes altivelis.
    Ketut Sugama, Suko Ismi, Shogo Kawahara and Mike Rimmer

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Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific

Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.


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