Now showing items 1165-1184 of 1997

    • Maintaining diversity of integrated rice and fish production confers adaptability of food systems to global change 

      Freed, S.; Barman, B.K.; Dubois, M.; Flor, R.B.; Smith, S.F.; Gregory, R.; Hadi, B.; Halwart, M.; Haque, A.M.; Jagadish, K.; Joffre, O.M.; Karim, M.; Kura, Y.; McCartney, M.; Mondal, M.; Nguyen, V.; Sinclair, F.; Stuart, A.; Tezzo, X.S.; Yadav, S.; Cohen, P.J.; Sarah Freed: 0000-0001-8574-8218; Benoy Kumar Barman: 0000-0003-0554-2207; Mark Dubois: 0000-0002-8092-6465; A.B.M. Mahfuzul Haque: 0000-0002-5334-5630; Olivier M. Joffre: 0000-0002-7857-5766; Manjurul Karim: 0000-0003-4280-3568; Yumiko Kura: 0000-0002-1774-1943; Matthew McCartney: 0000-0001-6342-2815; Xavier Simon Andre Tezzo: 0000-0002-4509-2901; Philippa Jane Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943 (2020)
      Type: Journal Article
      Rice and fish are preferred foods, critical for healthy and nutritious diets, and provide the foundations of local and national economies across Asia. Although transformations, or “revolutions,” in agriculture and aquaculture ...
    • Maintaining the "public good" nature of improved fish strains: dissemination of knowledge and materials 

      Henson-Apollonio, V. (2006)
      Type: Conference Paper
      Many sources of information that discuss currents problems of food security point to the importance of farmed fish as an ideal food source that can be grown by poor farmers, (Asian Development Bank 2004). Furthermore, the ...
    • Making a Difference 

      Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems (2013)
      Type: Brochure
      Early program achievements: In 2012 improved technologies enhanced productivity of Bangladesh fish ponds and generated: 2) $92m increase in combined annual income 3) $300 per household income from homestead ponds 3) $6000 ...
    • Making a difference in Bangladesh 

      The WorldFish Center (2005)
      Type: Brochure
      For nearly 30 years, WorldFish Center scientists have been working in Bangladesh developing innovative ways for its poorest people to improve their livelihoods through sustainable, equitable and participatory fisheries ...
    • Making experiment station results more useful to African fish farmers 

      Brummett, R.E. (1998)
      Type: Journal Article
      Rather than using more or less ideal conditions for setting experimental controls, the use of conditions similar to those likely to be encountered by farmers should produce research results which are realistically achievable ...
    • Making land-based aquaculture in Timor-Leste nutrition-sensitive 

      Pant, J.; Thilsted, S.; Teoh, S.; Gomes, S.; Byrd, K.A.; De Jesus, L.; Duarte, A.; Kam, S.; Shwu Jiau Teoh: 0000-0001-7676-8583; Kendra A Byrd: 0000-0003-4528-752X (2020)
      Type: Brief
      This nutrition brief outlines the rationale and focus of the Partnership for Aquaculture Development in Timor-Leste Phase 2 (PADTL2) project for enhancing the nutritional benefits of scaling out tilapia farming for targeted ...
    • Management of broodstock and quality control of fish seed in Hungary 

      Varadi, L.; Gorda, S.; Bakos, J.; Jeney, Z. (2002)
      Type: Journal Article
      Common carp (Cyprinus carpio) breeding has a long tradition in Hungary. However, recent economic changes in Eastern Europe and new developments in aquaculture necessitated the need for ensuring quality of the brood stock ...
    • Management of coastal fisheries in Vietnam 

      Dao, M.S.; Pham, T. (2003)
      Type: Book Chapter
      The fisheries sector of Vietnam plays an important role in the social and economic development of the country. The sector contributes about 3% of the GDP and fish contributes about 40% of animal protein consumption in the ...
    • 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 ...
    • Managing a database pond research data: the CRSP experience 

      Hopkins, K.D.; Lannan, J.E.; Bowman, J.R. (1988)
      Type: Journal Article
      Details are given of the current database system used by the Collaborative Research Support Programme in PondDynamics/Aquaculture and Its Management. Suggestions are made regarding the design of a database.
    • Managing water for fisheries and aquaculture 

      Dugan, P. (2003)
      Type: Book Chapter
      For the people of Africa. Asia and Latin America the fisheries of inland lakes, rivers and other freshwater ecosystems provide an important source of food and income, and for many these are the principal source of animal ...
    • Mangrove forests and shrimp culture in Ngoc Hien District, Minh Hai Province, Vietnam 

      Le Xuan Sinh (1994)
      Type: Journal Article
      As a result of increased population growth, the attraction of high profits from shrimp culture and ineffective mangrove forest management, a number of serious environmental problems exist in Ngoc Hien District, Minh Hai ...
    • Manila Resolution: strengthening partnerships to advance the science of fish breeding and genetics and development of national fish breeding programs 

      International Network on Genetics in Aquaculture (1997)
      Type: Conference Proceedings
      An agreement on the need for concerted international efforts for advancing the science of fish breeding and genetics through networking.
    • Manual on genetic improvement of farmed tilapia (GIFT) research methodologies 

      Acosta, B.O.; Eknath, A.E. (eds.) (1998)
      Type: Manual
      Gathering and recording of biological data vital to experiments in a genetic improvement program should be carried out with efficiency, precision and accuracy. This is important in order to avoid marking erroneous conclusion ...
    • Mapping of Digital Service Providers in Bangladesh for the Aquaculture: increasing income, diversifying diets, and empowering women in Bangladesh and Nigeria project 

      Rabbani, K.Z. (2020)
      Type: Report
      In a recent survey conducted by the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC), none of the mobile operators were found able to maintain the required 4G speed of a minimum seven megabytes per second in any ...
    • Mariculture development and livelihood diversification in the Philippines 

      Salayo, N.D.; Perez, M.L.; Garces, L.R.; Pido, M.D. (2012)
      Type: Journal Article
      This paper aims to evaluate mariculture as sustainable livelihood diversification option for coastal fishers in the Philippines and guide policy development in this direction. Mariculture in the Philippines refers to the ...
    • Marine fishes recorded from the Anambas and Natuna Islands, South China Sea 

      Adrim, M.; Chen, I.S.; Chen, Z.P.; Lim, K.K.P.; Tan, H.H.; Yusuf, Y.; Jaafar, Z. (2004)
      Type: Journal Article
      Four hundred and thirty species of fish from marine localities in the Anambas and Natuna groups of islands in the South China Sea were recorded between 11th and 22nd Mar 2002. Two hundreds and seventy three species are ...
    • Market Assessment and Business Analysis of Carp Feed in Northwest Bangladesh 

      Sarwer, R.H.; Rashid, M.U.; Mohammad Mamun Ur Rashid: 0000-0002-4385-0211 (2021)
      Type: Internal Report
      This study is undertaken for an in-depth assessment of the existing market system of fish feeds and ingredients with focus on recent advancement of intensification of carp aquaculture in the northwest region Bangladesh. ...
    • Market potential and challenges for expanding the production of sea cucumber in South-East Asia 

      Perez, M.L.; Brown, E.O. (2012)
      Type: Conference Paper
      The marketing system for sea cucumber in South-East Asia is generally inefficient, and marketing channels are multilayered. Information asymmetry encourages proliferation of redundant players in the distribution system, ...
    • Market System and Consumer Dynamic Analysis of the Fish Sector in Bangladesh 

      Nazrul, S. (2020)
      Type: Report
      Over the last few decades Bangladesh has witnessed population growth and rapid economic growth that has resulted in higher disposable incomes. This has been driving demand for fish.According to statistics from the Department ...