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Infrastructure and tonle sap fisheries : how to balance infrastructure development and fisheries livelihoods? The challenge facing decision-makers in Cambodia
Cambodia's inland fisheries are the most intensive worldwide and the fourth largest overall after China, India, and Bangladesh. This brief helps decision-makers maximize the benefits of infrastructure development, while ...
Values of inland fisheries in the Mekong river basin
This report provides an overview of the biological, economical, social and cultural values of river fisheries in the Lower Mekong Basin (Yunan, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam). The report also identifies the main ...
Dams and fisheries in the Mekong Basin
Type: Journal Article
This paper draws on approaches in ecology, biology and policy analysis to examine the tensions between dams and fisheries in the Lower Mekong Basin. We review the exceptional importance of Mekong fisheries in terms of total ...
Fisheries research using digital tablets in Myanmar
Type: Book Chapter
The present paper introduces a new method for data gathering using digital tablets in the field. The method is part of a fisheries study aimed at identifying migration patterns and breeding sites of key commercial fish ...
Cambodian inland fisheries: fact, figures and context
Both the Cambodian and the wider Mekong inland fisheries are exceptionally important by global standards, withCambodian fisheries the most intensive worldwide in terms of catch per person. The aquatic resources are crucial ...
River fisheries: ecological bases for management and conservation
Large rivers and their floodplains support a significant proportion of the world’s biodiversity and provide important goods and ecological services to society, including fisheries. Riverine ecosystems and fisheries are ...
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 ...
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.
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 ...
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 ...