Aquaculture Asia Magazine, January-March 2004


  • Online networking is now a reality. Try it.
    Simon Wilkinson

Sustainable Aquaculture

  • Aquaculture and food security in Iraq.
    M.R. Kitto and Mohd. Tabish
  • Genes and Fish: Natural breeding in captivity - a possibility for conservation of threatened freshwater featherback¬†Notopterus notopterus.
    M.A. Haniffa, A. Jesu Arockia Raj, M. Nagarajan, P. Perumalsamy, S. Seetharaman and S.P. Singh

Research and Farming Techniques

  • Pancham's tryst with¬†P. japonicus.
    Ajitsinha Patil and Renuka Prasad
  • Enzymes for sustainable aquaculture.
    N. Felix and S. Selvaraj
  • A review of global tilapia farming practices.
    Modadugu V. Gupta and Belen O. Acosta


  • Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Fish culture for the Maya in Yucatan, Mexico.
  • Farmers as Scientists: Women in aquaculture and their innovative contributions.
    M.C. Nandeesha


  • Entrepreneurship problems of shrimp farmers in planning, project preparation and project implementation stages.
    K. Ponnusamy

Aquatic Animal Health

  • Advice on Aquatic Animal Healthcare: Strategy for shrimp culture during price crisis.
    Pornlerd Chanratchakool

Marine Finfish Section

  • Efficiencies in barramundi technology.
    Dave Field

What's New in Aquaculture

  • Aquaculture calendar.
  • What's New on the Web: NACA website - a guide to member services.


Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific

Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.


Aquaculture Asia Magazine

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