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Tonle Sap pulsing system and fisheries productivity
Cambodian inland fisheries have a remarkably high importance as a source of food and animal protein for the country's population. Cambodian inland fisheries amounted to 360 000 tons in 2002 according to the Department of ...
Hydro-biological models for water management in the Mekong River
Type: Conference Proceedings
Among users of the water resource are fishes and fishermen. Given the importance of fisheries in the Lower Mekong River Basin, water management schemes must take the fish resource into consideration. Therefore hydrological ...
Integrating fish resources to agro-ecosystem analyses
Type: Working Paper
In October 2005, a consortium of partners led by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) proposed a project aimed at integrating fish resources management in agricultural management in the Tonle Sap area. This ...
The Don Sahong dam and Mekong fisheries
A science brief on the effects of the construction of Don Sahong dam on fisheries in the Mekong estuary.
Biodiversity of estuarine fish faunas in West Africa
Type: Journal Article
In West Africa (between Ivory Coast and Sénégal), estuarine environments vary from lagoons to high discharge rivers to inverse hypersaline estuaries. This results in a high diversity of estuarine fish species, with an ...
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, 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 ...
A review of quantified relationships between mangroves and coastal resources
Type: Journal Article
This paper focuses on relationships between mangroves and coastal resources (fish and shrimps). A review of the literature highlights the lack of quantified relationships in this field. This leads to a definition of ...
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 ...