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    • Preliminary bibliography of rice-fish culture 

      Temprosa, R.M.; Shehadeh, Z.H. (1980)
      Type: Book
      Over 300 references to research and development of the combined farming of rice and fish are listed.
    • Philippine tilapia broodstock project 

      Pullin, R.S.V. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      The background to the setting up of the project is summarized and an outline of the project given. The 4 tilapiaspecies currently available are Sarotherodon mossambicus, S. niloticus, S. aureus and Tilapia zillii . The ...
    • Unconventional fishing methods in the Anambra and Imo River Basins, Nigeria 

      Ojike, N.A. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      The Anambra and Imo River basins are richly endowed with fishery resources. The use of unconventional fishing methods, such as local poisonous herbs and chemicals and various explosives, threatens to destroy their aquatic ...
    • Integrated agriculture-aquaculture farming systems 

      Pullin, R.S.V.; Shehadeh, Z.H. (eds.) (1980)
      Type: Conference Proceedings
      Proceedings of a 1979 conference held jointly in Manila by ICLARM and the Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture. The conference sought to provide an overview of integrated ...
    • Successful introduction of mussels to Padre Burgos, Philippines 

      Walter, T.C. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      The introduction of green mussels (Perna viridis ) is Padre viridis) in Padre Burgos, Philippines, is described. Spat settlement, although small so far, is a strong positive indication that mussel culture is feasible in ...
    • Summary report of the ICLARM Conference on the Biology and Culture of Tilapias, Bellagio, Italy, 2-5 September 1980 

      Pullin, R.S.V. (1981)
      Type: Conference Proceedings
      A summary report of the 15 major sessions – Biology, Physiology and Culture - of the conference which brought together 19 eminent tilapia biologists and experimental culturists from 10 countries.
    • Wind energy, hydropower and heat pumps for aquaculture 

      McGuigan, D. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      Wind and water power have a significant contribution to make to aquaculture and fish processing. Wind energy can provide mechanical power to operate pumps and aerators and can clso be used to generate electricity. ...
    • Salmon ranching in Chile: the Japanese project 

      Nagasawa, A. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      In 1969 and 1970, Japanese experts commissioned by the Japan Fisheries Association and biologists of the Chilean Division Pesca y Caza undertook ecological and physiochemical surveys of the water resources in Chile which ...
    • Salmon ranching in Chile: ICLARM's role 

      Nash, C. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      In 1976, ICLARM, in cooperation with the Oceanic Institute (Hawaii) and with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation and the Tinker Foundation, developed a proposal based on a hypo-thesis by Dr. Timothy Joyner ...
    • The economics of the milkfish fry and fingerling industry of the Philippines 

      Smith, I.R. (1981)
      Type: Report
      An in-depth report on all aspects of this important industry.
    • Developments in the breeding of cultured fishes 

      Pullin, R.S.V.; Kuo, C.M. (1981)
      Type: Book Chapter
      The controlled breeding of finfish for culture is reviewed with special refer-ence to recent developments and persistent problems. Freshwater species are at present cultured on a much larger scale than brackishwater and ...
    • Fish pens of Laguna de Bay, Philippines 

      Pullin, R.S.V. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines, has a catchment of about 290,000 ha, a surface area of about 90,000 ha, an average depth of 2.8 m and temperatures of 22-34°C, with little or no thermal stratification. ...
    • The Japanese restocking program 

      Cowan, L. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      In scale of operations, variety of species produced, amount of financial backing, and degree of popular and official support, the Japanese fisheries restocking program (saibai gyogyo) is unique. From its birth in 1962 when ...
    • An annotated bibliography of slipmouths (Pisces: Leiognathidae) 

      Pauly, D.; Wade-Pauly, S. (1981)
      Type: Book
      A bibliography of the fishes of the Leiognathidae family (slipmouth, pony-fishes, silver-bellies, etc.) is presented. A total of 941 references, most of which are annotated, are listed, covering all aspects of their biology, ...
    • The Mexican tapos shrimp fishery 

      Pedini, M. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      Mexico has a considerable number of coastal lagoons which have supported a large shrimp fishery for many years. The lagoons on the Pacific side, covering 597,500 ha, where the tapos fishery is practiced, have been studied ...
    • The ICLARM-CLSU integrated animal-fish farming project: poultry-fish and pig-fish trials 

      International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (1981)
      Type: Report
      The two papers in this report contain the progressive results of experiments in integrated animal-fish farming at the Freshwater Aquaculture Center of the Central Luzon State University (CLSU), Philippines, a collaborative ...
    • Salmon ranching in Chile: the private sector 

      Lindbergh, J.M.; Noble, R.E.; Blackburn, K.M. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      Domsea Pesquera Chile, Ltda., operated by Fundacion Chile of Santiago, picked the island of Chiloe for their first effort to introduce Pacific salmon in the southern hemisphere. Chloe, at 42°S, is somewhat more northerly ...
    • Low energy fishing vessels: the use of sail power 

      Fyson, J.Y. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      This paper discusses briefly the theory of sail power and its application to fishing vessels, and examines theoperational requirements of a variety of fishing methods and the conditions under which sail power can be used ...
    • Applied genetics of tilapias 

      Wohlfarth, G.W.; Hulata, G.I. (1981)
      Type: Report
      This paper reviews the successes and failures of genetic experiments on tilapias and points to various characteristics of tilapias, which require improvement for increased yields.
    • The relationships between gill surface area and growth performance in fish: a generalization of von Bertalanffy's theory of growth 

      Pauly, D. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      This paper is an attempt to interpret some of the data on fish growth available in the literature, emphasis is being given to a reassessment of von Bertalanffy's theory of growth as applied to fishes.