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Better management practices, Climate change, Food security, safety and certification, Freshwater finfish, Genetics and biodiversity, Hatchery and nursery, Marine finfish, Shrimp, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Vietnam, Markets and trade, Freshwater prawns
Editorial Join us for the aquaculture event of the decade.
Sustainable aquaculture Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: The development of 'modern' aquaculture in Java, Indonesia.
Better Management Practices (BMPs) - gateway to ensuring sustainability of small scale aquaculture and meeting modern day market challenges and opportunities.
Mohan, C.V. and De Silva, S.S. An update on organic scampi aquaculture in Andhra Pradesh.
Unique and innovative cases of emerging domestic fish marketing arrangements in South India.
Kumaran, M., Ravisankar, T., Krishnan, M., Vimala, D.D., Mahalakshmi, P. and Ganeshkumar, B.
Research and farming techniques Management in seed rearing of Asian catfish,
Clarias batrachus in hatchery conditions. Sahoo, S.K., Giri, S.S., Chandra, S., Sahu, A.K. Supply and use of catfish (
Pangasianodon hypophthalmus) seed in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. Le Xuan Sinh & Le Le Hien
Genetics and biodiversity Risk analysis and sustainability of
Pangasianodon hypopthalmus culture in India. Lakra, W.S. and Singh, A.K. Life of a river in the Himalaya: An ecological study of Trisuli River system in Nepal.
Thapa, S., Yonzon, P.B., Rai, A.K.
Marine Finfish Aquaculture Network Induced spawning and larviculture of grey mullet,
Mugil cephalus in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Yousif, O.M., Fatah, A.A., Krishna, K., Minh, D.V., Hung, B.V.
Inception meeting on methodologies for aquaculture society certification. Meetings discuss impacts, adaptation to climate change of Vietnamese shrimp farmers.
Aquaclimate project: India case study.
In memory of Gagan Bahadur Nhuchhe Pradhan.
Version 2 of the draft better management practices for catfish farming released.
Technical course on federating digital library systems.
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