Editorial

  • Access and benefit sharing.
    Simon Wilkinson

Sustainable aquaculture

  • GLOBALG.A.P. standard in Thai shrimp farms: Mission (im)possible?
    Leepaisomboon, T., Chuchird, N., Limsuwan, C., Steenbruggen, E.R., and Mungkung, R.
  • The Victorian trout industry & the bushfires.
    Mosig, J.
  • Small-scale aquaculture in the Ayeyarwady Delta, Myanmar.
    Edwards, P.
  • The history, status, and future prospects of monosex tilapia culture in Thailand.
    Belton, B., Turongruang, D., Bhujel, R. and Little, D.C.
  • Mangroves of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province in southern Thailand: Species diversity, community structure and current status.
    Amarasinghe, M.D., Dulyapurk, V., Taparhudee, W., Yoonpundh, R. and Jumnongsong, S.

Research and farming techniques

  • Induced breeding of pacu (Piaractus brachypomus) in captivity with pituitary extract.
    Chattarjee, N.R. and Mazumdar, B.

Aquatic animal health

  • Fumonisins - mycotoxins of increasing importance in fish!
    Griessler, K. and Encarnação, P.

Genetics and biodiversity

  • Microsatellite DNA markers, a fisheries perspective. Part 1: The nature of microsatellites.
    Sekar, M., Suresh, E., Kumar, N.S., Nayak, S.K., Balakrishna, C.

Asia-Pacific Marine Finfish Aquaculture Magazine

  • Formulated feed for tiger grouper grow-out.
    Rachmansyah, Usman, Palinggi, N.N. and Williams, K.

NACA Newsletter

  • NORAD funded project on climate change initiated.
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  • Market chains and biosecurity of 'low-value' aquaculture commodities.
  • Extending information and technical services to aquaculture farmer groups in Aceh.
  • Global Conference on Aquaculture 2010.
  • Giant Prawn 2011, Quingdao, China.
  • New publications.

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