27 May 2012 | Rohana P. Subasinghe, J. Richard Arthur, Devin M. Bartley, Sena S. De Silva, Matthias Halwart, Nathanael Hishamunda, C.V. Mohan and Patrick Sorgeloos (Eds.) | 1851 Downloads | .pdf | 12 MB | Better management practices, Climate change, Culture-based fisheries, Food security, safety and certification, Freshwater finfish, Gender, Genetics and biodiversity, Hatchery and nursery, Health and welfare, Inland aquaculture, Livelihoods, gender and social issues, Marine finfish, Nutrition and feeding, Aquatic plants, Molluscs (shellfish and other), Shrimp, Stock enhancement, Environment and sustainability, Training and education, Markets and trade, Governance, Water quality
The Global Conference on Aquaculture 2010 brought together a wide-range of experts and important stakeholders and reviewed the present status and trends in aquaculture development, evaluated the progress made in the implementation of the 2000 Bangkok Declaration and Strategy, addressed emerging issues relevant to aquaculture development, assessed opportunities and challenges for future aquaculture development and built consensus on advancing aquaculture as a global, sustainable and competitive food production sector. This volume, a yet another joint effort of FAO and NACA, brings you the outcome of the Global Conference on Aquaculture 2010, the much needed clear and comprehensive technical information on how aquaculture could be mobilized to alleviate global poverty and improve food and nutrition security in the coming decades.
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