Recent Submissions

  • Tilapia Disease Outbreak Investigation: reporting template 

    Delamare-Deboutteville, J.; Chadag, V.; Debnath, P.P.; Ali, S.E.; Jensen, M.; Jerome Delamare-Deboutteville: 0000-0003-4169-2456; Vishnumurthy Mohan Chadag: 0000-0002-2574-284X; Shimaa El Sayed Mohamed Ali: 0000-0002-0227-8124 (2019)
    Type: Manual
    Tilapia Disease Outbreak Investigation: Model template for gathering preliminary information about any reported case of unusual mortalities of farmed and/or wild tilapia in WorldFish program/partner/scaling countries
  • Productivity and the promise of integrated rice-fish systems: How gender will shape success or failure in an era of rural transformation in Myanmar 

    Scott, J.; McDougall, C.; Akester, M.J.; Jessica Scott: 0000-0002-5106-1335; Cynthia McDougall: 0000-0002-5606-6813; Michael Joseph Akester: 0000-0001-6526-1613 (2019)
    Type: Poster
    On the heels of its historic political-economic opening in 2015, agricultural production in Myanmar is on the brink of substantive transformation. Poverty in Myanmar’s rural areas is substantially higher than urban areas: ...
  • Management of inbreeding in carp hatcheries in Myanmar 

    Hamilton, M.G.; Matthew Gray Hamilton: 0000-0001-8098-8845 (2019)
    Type: Report
    Rohu is the most important aquaculture species in Myanmar and most rohu seed in the country is sourced from hatcheries (FAO 2010). Accordingly, the production of ‘quality seed’ in hatcheries is integral to the productivity ...
  • Pond nursing of carp fish species (Burmese version) 

    Ali, M.S.; Khin, M.; Griffiths, D.; Win, N.M.; Htoo, K. (2019)
    Type: Brochure
    This leaflet in Myanmar language details how to nurse carp fish species in earthen nursery ponds.
  • Partial harvesting of small indigenous fish species (Burmese version) 

    Rizaldo, Q.; Scott, J.; Htoo, K.; Win, N.M.; Than Oo, H.; Griffiths, D.; Jessica Scott: 0000-0002-5106-1335 (2019)
    Type: Brochure
    This leaflet in Myanmar language details how to commence partial harvesting of small indigenous fish species beginning six weeks after stocking and to continue partial harvesting every two weeks thereafter for both nutritional ...
  • Breeding and seed production of climbing perch (Burmese version) 

    Griffiths, D.; Htoo, K.; Win, N.M.; Trinh, T.Q.; Trong Quoc Trinh: 0000-0001-7769-2250 (2019)
    Type: Brochure
    This leaflet in Myanmar language details how to breed climbing perch and how to nurse climbing perch seed.
  • Setting the foundation for sustainable aquaculture in Timor-Leste: Ten years (2010–2019) and beyond 

    Pant, J.; Teoh, S.; Gomes, S.; Pereira, M.; Shwu Jiau Teoh: 0000-0001-7676-8583 (2019)
    Type: Presentation
    Presentation made at 2nd Timor-Leste National Aquaculture Forum 2019
  • Nursing fish seed in hapas (Burmese version) 

    Griffiths, D.; Ali, M.S.; Karim, M.; Khin, M.; Manjurul Karim: 0000-0003-4280-3568 (2019)
    Type: Brochure
    This single side leaflet describes in Myanmar language how to nurse fish seed in a hapa within a grow-out pond until the fish are healthy and big enough for release, with greater chance of survival
  • Hilsa: Status of fishery and potential for aquaculture 

    Abdul, W.M.; Phillips, M.J.; Beveridge, M. (2019)
    Type: Conference Proceedings
    Hilsa: Status of Fishery and Potential for Aquaculture is a proceedings book, which is edited by an international team of experts and authored by 10 international expert teams working on different disciplines of the hilsa ...
  • Vulnerabilities in aquatic animal production 

    Chadag, V.; Subasinghe, R.; Delamare-Deboutteville, J.; Phillips, M.J.; Vishnumurthy Mohan Chadag: 0000-0002-2574-284X; Jerome Delamare-Deboutteville: 0000-0003-4169-2456 (2019)
    Type: Journal Article
    The role of aquatic animals in global food and nutrition security is increasingly recognised. The global demand for fish is increasing, leading to a need to significantly increase its supply. Securing future fish supplies ...
  • A systematic literature review of the major factors causing yield gap by affecting growth, feed conversion ratio and survival in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) 

    Mengistu, S.; Mulder, H.; Benzie, J.; Komen, H.; John Benzie: 0000-0001-9599-8683 (2019)
    Type: Journal Article
    Productivity among small‐ and medium‐scale tilapia farms varies considerably. The difference between the best performers and lower ones (yield gap), is affected by differences in growth rate and feed conversion ratio (FCR). ...
  • Feed the Future Bangladesh Aquaculture and Nutrition Activity: Handbook on Environmental Compliance 

    Rahman, M.H.M. (2019)
    Type: Manual
    The purpose of this Handbook is to facilitate sound environmental compliance practices. It was created by translating the Feed the Future Bangladesh Aquaculture and Nutrition Activity’s Environmental Mitigation and Monitoring ...
  • Feed the Future Bangladesh Aquaculture and Nutrition Activity: Environmental mitigation and monitoring plan 

    Rahman, M.H.M. (2018)
    Type: Report
    The five-year assistance activity, Feed the Future Bangladesh Aquaculture and Nutrition Activity, was awarded by the USAID to the Grantee, International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM), doing business ...
  • FEEDING BOTH POND AND FISH: A PATHWAY TO ECOLOGICAL INTENSIFICATION OF AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS 

    Joffre, O.M.; Verdegem, M.; Olivier M. Joffre: 0000-0002-7857-5766; Marc Verdegem: 0000-0002-2058-3894
    Type: News Item/Press Item
    The nutritious pond concept is a novel approach that enables the pond itself to contribute significantly to the diet of the farmed fish/shrimp. Our research shows that feeding the pond by balancing the carbon-to-nitrogen ...
  • Tilapia epidemiology and health economics online survey tool 

    Delamare-Deboutteville, J.; Debnath, P.P.; Ali, S.E.; Jensen, M.; Chadag, V.; Jerome Delamare-Deboutteville: 0000-0003-4169-2456; Shimaa El Sayed Mohamed Ali: 0000-0002-0227-8124; Vishnumurthy Mohan Chadag: 0000-0002-2574-284X (2019)
    Type: Conference Paper
    According to figures from the FAO, Egypt and Bangladesh are the third and fourth largest tilapia producers, respectively, after China and Indonesia. Absence of accurate baseline data relating to fish health, disease ...
  • Rice-fish culture (Burmese version) 

    Griffiths, D.; Khin, M.; Htoo, K.; Win, N.M. (2019)
    Type: Brochure
    This single page leaflet in Myanmar language, details how farmers can grow fish simultaneously with rice to increase household income and nutrition from the same land area, in environmentally friendly manner.
  • Tilapia major clinical signs (Odia version) 

    Panemangalore, A.P.; Arun Padiyar Panemangalore: 0000-0002-5271-8642 (2019)
    Type: Poster
    The purpose of this poster is to enhance the capacity of hatcheries, nurseries, grow-out farmers and extension service providers to recognize and report tilapia diseases. Prevention, early recognition, diagnosis and rapid ...
  • Fish culture in household pond and dike cropping management (Khmer version) 

    Karim, M.; Manjurul Karim: 0000-0003-4280-3568 (2019)
    Type: Manual
    With the support of the Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund (LIFT), the project 'Promoting sustainable growth of aquaculture in Myanmar to improve food security and income for communities in the Ayeyarwady Delta and ...
  • Impacts of epizootic ulcerative syndrome on subsistence fisheries and wildlife 

    Herbert, B.; Jones, J.B.; Mohan, C.V.; Perera, R.P.; Vishnumurthy Mohan Chadag: 0000-0002-2574-284X (2019)
    Type: Journal Article
    Epizootic ulcerative syndrome (EUS), caused by the water mould (Oomycota) Aphanomyces invadans, has spread throughout the world’s major continents over the last 50 years, with the apparent exception of South and Central ...
  • Fisheries and aquaculure futures in Africa 

    Chan, C.; Van Tran, N.; Sulser, T.; Phillips, M.J.; Chimatiro, S.; Dickson, M.W.; Chin Yee Chan: 0000-0001-8615-2678; Nhuong Van Tran: 0000-0002-1813-4571; Michael John Phillips: 0000-0002-0282-0286; Malcolm William Dickson: 0000-0003-2181-2625 (2017)
    Type: Presentation
    Fish, as a source of "rich food for poor people", can play an important role in improving Africa's food security and nutritional status. Despite the high dependence on fish as a source of animal protein, Africa has the ...

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