Aquaculture Asia Magazine, January-March 2005


  • Lessons in organisational action from a natural force
    Pedro Bueno

Sustainable Aquaculture

  • Freshwater prawn culture in China and its market prospects.
    Miao Weimin
  • Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Demise of wastewater-fed duckweed-based aquaculture in Bangladesh.
  • Freshwater finfish biodiversity: An Asian perspective I: Current status.
    Thuy T.T. Nguyen and Sena S. De Silva

People in Aquaculture

  • The STREAM Column.
  • Her farm is destroyed, how can we help?
    Sih Yang Sim
  • Women oyster vendors in Eastern Thailand.
    Brian Szuster and Mark Flaherty

Asia-Pacific Marine Finfish Aquaculture Network Magazine

  • Feed and feeding practices at farm level for marine finfish aquaculture in Asia-Pacific.
    Sih Yang Sim and Kevin Williams
  • ACIAR grouper grow-out feeds program and related CSIRO research.
    Kevin C. Williams, David M. Smith, Ian H. Williams, Simon J. Irvin and Margaret Barclay
  • Feed development and application for juvenile grouper.
    Ketut Suwirya and Nyoman Adiasmara Giri
  • Present status in the development of culture technology for the silver pomfret¬†Pampus argenteus.
    Sulaiman M. Almatar adn Charles M. James
  • Best practices for using trash fish in the culture of juvenile Malabar grouper,¬†Epinephelus malabaricus.
    Le Anh Tuan
  • Grouper grow-out feeds research at Maros Research Institute for coastal Aquaculture, South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
    Usman, Rachmansyah, Asda Laining and Taufik Ahmad


Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific

Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.


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