Aquaculture Asia Magazine, July-September 2010


  • Bottom of the food chain.
    Simon Wilkinson

Sustainable aquaculture

  • Relative efficacies of lobsters (Panulirus ornatus and P. homarus) cultured using pellet feeds and “trash” fish at Binh Ba Bay, Vietnam.
    Hung, L.V., Khuong, D.V., Phuoc, T.V., Thao, M.D.
  • Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Tilapia in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand.
  • Marketing of low-valued cultured fish in Bangladesh: An evaluation of value chain.
    Ahmed, N.
  • Low-value freshwater fish market in the south central Vietnam, a case study from Khanh Hoa Province.
    Hung, P.Q.

Research and farming techniques

  • Current practices of rice field eel Monopterus albus culture in Viet Nam.
    Khanh, N.H., Ngan, H.T.B.

People in aquaculture

  • Self help group makes fisherwomen self-reliant: A story of success.
    Vimala, D.D., Ravisankar, T., Kumaran, M., Rengarajan, S. and Krishnan, M.

Genetics and biodiversity

  • Small indigenous freshwater fish species of India: Significance, conservation and utilisation.
    Sarkar, U.K. and Lakra, W.S.

NACA Newsletter

  • Vietnamese catfish - better management practices update.
  • Is this the perfect prawn?
  • Fish Oil Replacement and Alternative Lipid Sources in Aquaculture Feeds.
  • Multilingual CD-ROM of FAO cultured aquatic species fact sheets.
  • Aquaclimate Annual Progress Report 2010.
  • Training course on application of business management principles in small-scale aquaculture.


Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific

Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.


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