Aquaculture Asia Magazine, April-June 2010


  • Cooperatives: The future of small-scale farming?
    Simon Wilkinson

Sustainable aquaculture

  • Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: The Dedanaw Project
  • The changing face of women for small-scale aquaculture development in rural Bangladesh
    Samina Shirajee, S., Salehin, M.M. and Ahmed, N.
  • Strengthening capacity of small holder ASEAN aquaculture farmers for competitive and sustainable aquaculture

Research and farming techniques

  • Carp seed production at rural front in Orissa, India
  • Sustainable mountain paddy-fish farming of the Apatani tribes of Arunachal Pradesh, India
    Nimachow, G., Rawat, J.S., Dai, O. and Loder, T.

Aquatic animal health

  • The economic impacts of WSSV on shrimp farming production and export in Iran
    Salehi, H.

Marine Finfish Aquaculture Network

  • Current practices of marine finfish cage culture in China, Indonesia, Thailand and Viet Nam
    Kongkeo, H., Wayne, C., Murdjani, M., Bunliptanon, P. and Chien, T.
  • Effects of different trash fish with alginate binding on growth and body composition of juvenile cobia (Rachycentron canadum)
    Hung, P.D. and Mao, N.D.

NACA Newsletter

  • Expert Workshop on Inland Fisheries Resource Enhancement and Conservation in Asia
  • Reviews in Aquaculture: Special issue on the Use and Exchange of Aquatic Genetic Resources
  • Dr Ayyappan becomes the Director General of ICAR
  • CIBA training course - capacity building on entrepreneurship development in coastal aquaculture
  • Success Stories in Asian Aquaculture - now available for free download!
  • Giant Prawn 2011
  • Peer reviewed publications
  • Meetings address climate change impacts on small scale milkfish farmers in the Philippines


Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific

Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.


Aquaculture Asia Magazine

Aquaculture Asia Magazine is an autonomous publication that gives farmers and scientists in developing countries a voice. Stories concern the small-scale aquaculture prevalent in the region and the circumstances of farmers trying to make ends meet in an increasingly globalised world. We accept articles on any aspect of aquaculture and the related processing, marketing, economic, environmental and social issues. An RSS feed is available if you wish to stay informed of new issues.