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Factors that drive Cambodia's inland fish catch: what role can community fisheries play?
This policy brief is based on an initiative being made at the IFReDI in Cambodia to model the crucial hydrological, bio-ecological and socioeconomic factors that deserve attention if the fish catch in Cambodia is to be sustained.
Fish migration triggers in the lower Mekong basin and other freshwater tropical systems
This report reviews the factors that trigger fish migration in the Mekong River and other tropical freshwater river systems. It aims to provide a basis for understanding the consequences of human intervention to the natural ...
Adaptive participator integrated assessment and agro-ecosystem analysis to support decision-making on water allocation for fisheries and agriculture in the Tonle Sap wetland system: fisheries component: Integrating fish resources to agro-ecosystem analyses
This project proposes to improve fisheries considerations in the CAEA (Commune Agro-Ecosystem Analysis) process used at the commune level. It is based on the adaptive participatory and integrated assessment methodology ...
Freshwater resources conservation: an action-oriented overview
Type: Book Chapter
Biodiversity in rivers and wetlands is very seriously at risk as evident from the fact that 63% of freshwater fish species in South Africa, 42% of those in Europe and 27% of those in North America have become extinct, ...
Have fish catches been declining in the Mekong River Basin?
Type: Book Chapter
This book chapter sets out to test the hypothesis that fisheries production has declined in the Mekong Basin. Despite the lack of clear evidence of a decline in the overall production of the Mekong fish catches in the past, ...
BayFish - Tonle Sap: a Bayesian model of the fish production in the Tonle Sap Great Lake, Cambodia.
Type: Conference Paper
Probabilistic Bayesian networks have been used as decision making tools mainly in medicine and economics, but recently they have also been utilized in natural resource management. In this study a Bayesian model is built ...
Balancing hydropower and biodiversity in the Amazon, Congo, and Mekong
Type: Journal Article
The worlds most biodiverse river basins (the Amazon, Congo, and Mekong) are experiencing an unprecedented boom in construction of hydropower dams. These projects address important energy needs, but advocates often overestimate ...
Influence of built structures on Tonle Sap fisheries : synthesis report
This document is a synthesis of the major findings and recommendation of a study on the influence of built structures on the fisheries of the Tonle Sap Lake. The multidisciplinary study analysed the influence and impact ...