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Utilizing different aquatic resources for livelihoods in Asia: a resource book
The search for sustainable livelihood approaches to reduce poverty continues to pose a challenge to rural development planners and practitioners. Many fishers and farmers have developed methods of aquaculture that use ...
Navigating the institutional landscape: introduction and overview
Southeast Asia is one of the world's most productive areas in terms of fisheries and other coastal resources. These resources are important to the local, regional and national economies. Coastal areas are also the focus ...
Community-based approaches to marine and coastal resources management in the Philippines: a policy perspective
This is a study undertaken to ascertain the elements and trends at the local and national levels, which define therights and rules that provide the management framework for the implementation of different types of locally ...
Public and private partnerships in aquaculture : a case study on tilapia research and development
The book presents the findings of a study undertaken in Philippines during 2002-2004 to enhance the understanding of the evolving public and private partnerships and to determine their effects on sustainability and achievement ...
Fish, sediment and dams in the Mekong
The Mekong River is home to the largest inland fishery in the world, which is due in part to its exceptional sediment and nutrient loads. The number of dams in the Basin is expected to increase from 16 in the year 2000 to ...
Some population parameters of commercially-important fishes in the Philippines
The estimates of the von Bertalanffy Growth Function (VBGF) parameters and mortality parameters (Z and M) for some of the commercially-important species caught in the Philippine waters are presented using the FAO-ICLARM ...