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Recommendation domains for pond aquaculture
The contents of this brief are drawn from the results of the project "Determination of high-potential aquaculture development areas and impact in Africa and Asia. Recommendation domains for pond aquaculture is a suite of ...
Genetic improvement of freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii (de Man) in India. Phase two
Macrobrachiurn rosenbergii is one of the widely cultured freshwater prawn species globally. India was the third largest producer of this species in 2007 and its aquaculture production rose to 43,000 metric tons (t) in 2005 ...
Fish supply and food security for Africa
Type: Other (Factsheet)
Fish is an important food for over 400 million Africans, contributing essential proteins, minerals and micronutrients to their diets. Paradoxically, despite the high dependence on fish as a source of animal protein, fish ...
AsiaFish: the best can become better
AsiaFish is the most comprehensive analytical model available for Asia’s seafood markets, and additional funding and collaboration can extend it to enable more complex analyses and projections or to serve other regions.
Annual report 2006
This brouchure captures the essence of the work and projects with key partners by WorldFish in 2006. A balance sheet is also provided for reference.
The WorldFish Center: publications and selected abstracts. 2004
This volume contains a list of papers published by WorldFish Center scientists in 2004 together with their abstracts. It is a reflection of the results of the research carried out through the Center in collaboration with ...
Genetic improvement of farmed aquatic animals at the WorldFish Center
Aquaculture is the fastest growing food production sector in the world today, supplying half of global fish consumption. Production from capture fisheries has stagnated and is unable to meet the anticipated growth in demand. ...
Fish supply and demand scenarios in Cambodia and perspectives on the future role of aquaculture
Fish is vital to the well-being and livelihoods to millions of people in the Lower Mekong Basin, many of whom are poor, relying on fish as a major source of animal protein, sometimes the only source. The supply of ‘free’ ...
Strategies and options for increasing and sustaining fisheries and aquaculture production to benefit poorer households in Asia, ADB-RETA 5945: project completion report (progress report)
This Project Report highlights the progress of activities and accomplishment of the project on "Strategies and Options for Increasing and Sustaining Fisheries and Aquaculture Production to Benefit Poor Households in Asia" ...