Open Access at WorldFish
WorldFish research is regarded as international public goods, and we are committed to the widespread dissemination of all our information products. One of the organizational objectives of WorldFish is to make all of its products open. This is in line with both the Center’s Research Data Management and Open Access Policy and the CGIAR Open Access and Data Management Policy. Opening our research, including publications, data and tools, ensures that more people can read and apply our research findings, thereby increasing the efficiency, reach and impact of our work.
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(2012)Type: Magazine ArticleEgypte is op het Afrikaanse continent het land met veruit de grootste visteeltproductie. Het grootste deel van de aquacultuurproductie bestaat uit zoetwatervissoorten. Dat deze groei kon plaatsvinden in een land waar ...
(2020)Type: ManualWith the onset of Tilapia Lake Virus (TiLV) outbreaks in several Asian countries, WorldFish, in collaboration with Bangladesh’s Department of Fisheries, has developed a program to improve biosecurity in the tilapia industry ...
Type: Internal ReportA quarterly review of progress is imperative in our operations. The MEL and Data team is leading this initiative to ensure that projects and activities are adopting best practices in achieving high-quality research. This ...
CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-Food Systems (FISH CRP) quarterly newsletter: January to June 2020 (2020)Type: NewsletterIntroducing this newsletter to strengthen the exchange and sharing of information on the status of the FISH CRP and bilateral projects in the context of results-based management (RBM) approaches. This newsletter also seeks ...
Interaction between calcium and some heavy metals in fish ponds that receive different water sources (2009)Type: Journal ArticleThe current study was carried out to investigate the effect of interaction between calcium and some heavy metals in fish reared in two different water sources (agricultural drainage water and irrigation Nile water).