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Proceedings of the collaborative research and training on genetic improvement of carp species in Asia
Type: Conference Proceedings
With financial support from Asian Development Bank, a carp genetic research project initiative was set up in 1995 assist the six major carp producing countries (Bangladesh, People's Republic of China, India, Indonesia, ...
Current trends in the Asian tilapia industry and the significance of genetically improved tilapia breeds
Type: Book Chapter
Tilapia production is increasing rapidly in Asia, and is one of the most popular aquaculture activities in PR China, Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan and Thailand. The most popular farmed tilapia species is still the Nile ...
Integrating aquaculture with rice farming in Bangladesh: feasibility and economic viability, its adoption and impact
Studies were undertaken on 256 farms in Bangladesh from 1992-1994 to assess the feasibility and economic viability of integrating fish culture with rice farming during aman (wet) and boro (dry) seasons in medium highlands. ...
Assessment of the impact of aquatic resources research by ICLARM: scope and methodologies
Type: Journal Article
The importance of quantifying the economic returns to investments in aquatic resources research together with the social, environmental and institutional impacts of such investments is widely recognized among ICLARM's ...
Policy imperatives for sustainable aquaculture development in Asia: lessons from Bangladesh, the Philippines and Thailand
Type: Conference Paper
The main objective of this paper is to identify an appropriate policy framework for the development of aquaculture and its contribution to overall economic development. The second section of this paper examines the performance ...