Editorial Sustainable intensification of aquaculture.
Sustainable aquaculture Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Aquaculture in Hubei Province, Central China.
Ornamental fish farming - a successfull cottage industry.
N. Felix, J.D. Jameson and R. Alan Brindo
People in aquaculture Measuring empowerment of women through self-help groups in Aquaculture.
Nirupama Panda, K.B. Dutta and G.S. Saha
Research and farming techniques Success Story: Pigeon pea (
Cajanus cajan) cultivation over fish pond dykes - an economically viable farming approach. Suresh Chandra and S.D. Gupta Culture of freshwater climbing perch,
Anabas testudineus. K uldeep Kumar, U,. Mohanty, R. Kumar, D. Damle, Noor Jahan, J.K. Jena and A.E. Eknath Augmentation of fish production from small reservoir of Vidarbha: A success story.
Rathod, R.H., Joshi. S.A., Belsare, S.S., Shelke, S.T., Kamble. S.C., Markad S.S. and Nakhwa, A.D.
NACA Newsletter Aquaclimate Project gets thumbs up from regional workshop on climate change.
Developing climate resilient aquaculture: The Aquaclimate Project.
Regional framework for cooperation on climate change.
Emergency regional consultation on shrimp early mortality syndrome, 9-10 August, Bangkok.
Regional study/workshop on adoption of aquaculture assessment tools for sustainability.
Regional proficiency testing for aquatic animal disease diagnostic laboratories.
Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.
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