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Freshwater finfish, Health and welfare, Inland aquaculture, Livelihoods, gender and social issues, Marine finfish, Molluscs (shellfish and other), Shrimp, Environment and sustainability, Training and education, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Markets and trade, Governance, Freshwater prawns
Editorial A new member of NACA: Welcome Indonesia
Sustainable aquaculture Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Small-scale pond culture in Bangladesh.
People in aquaculture Community based aquaculture - issues and challenges.
H.K. De and G.S. Saha Aquaculture as an action programme: An exercise in building confidence and self-worth.
B. Shanthi, V.S. Chandrasekaran, M. Kailasam, M. Muralidar, T. Ravisankar, C. Saradad and M. Krishnan The STREAM Column: Transforming policy recommendations into pro-poor service provision.
Research and farming techniques Grow out of juvenile spotted Babylon to marketable sizes in earthen ponds II: Polyculture with seabass.
S. Kritsanapuntu, N. Chaitanawisuti, W. Santhaweesuk and Y. Natsukari
Asia-Pacific Marine Finfish Aquaculture Network Influence of economic conditions of importing nations and unforeseen global events on grouper markets.
Sih Yang Sim Present status of hatchery technology for cobia in Vietnam.
Nhu Van Can Report on grouper hatchery training course in Indonesia.
Nguyen Quoc Thai
Aquatic animal health Biosecured and improved penaeid shrimp production through organic nursery raceway system in India.
S. Felix and M. Samaya Kannan Management of monogenean parasites in brackishwater finfish.
K.P. Jithendran, M. Natarajan and I.S. Azad Vembanad Lake: A potential spawner bank of the giant freshwater prawn
Macrobrachium rosenbergii on the southwest coast of India. Paramaraj Balamurugan, Pitchaimuthu Mariappan and Chellam Balasundaram
Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.
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