Aquaculture Asia Magazine, July-September 2012


  • Sustainable intensification of aquaculture.
    Simon Wilkinson

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.
    Kuldeep 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.


Aquaculture Asia Magazine

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