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Culture-based fisheries, Freshwater finfish, Health and welfare, Inland aquaculture, Livelihoods, gender and social issues, Nutrition and feeding, Aquatic plants, Shrimp, Environment and sustainability, Training and education, Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Lao PDR, Nepal, Thailand
Editorial Special session on regional cooperation for improved biosecurity.
Sustainable aquaculture Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Pond aquaculture taking off in Nepal.
Introduction of culture based fishery practices in small water bodies in Cambodia: issues and strategies.
Srun Limsong, Hort Sitha, Ou Sary, Ouch Vutha, C.V. Mohan, Sena S. De Silva
Research and farming techniques A case study on polycheate fishery by the Irular tribal fishing community on the Tamil Nadu Coast.
S. Velvizhi, A.Gopalakrishnan, P. Murugesan and D. Kannan Use of pangasius pond sediment for rooftop bag gardening: Potential for rural-urban integrated aquaculture-horticulture.
M. Mahfujul Haque, M. S. Monira, M. A. Salam, A. P. Shinn and D. C. Little
NACA Newsletter Culture-based fisheries exchanges between Lao PDR and Cambodia.
National aquatic animal disease surveillance programme launched in India.
Report on early mortality syndrome / acute hepatopancreatic necrosis syndrome of shrimp.
International Symposium on Small-scale Freshwater Aquaculture Extension, 2-5 December Bangkok.
'Perfect' food for 'perfect' prawns.
Aquaculture without Frontiers Special Session.
We asked CSIRO: Gold Coast Tiger Prawns.
Understanding the sex of salmon.
Overcoming smallholder challenges with biotechnology.
Coordinated efforts in aquaculture needed to meet global demand.
FAO e-book collection for tablets and e-readers.
Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.
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