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    • An assessment of the Ponape Dory Project 

      Ritterbush, S. (1975)
      Type: Report
      The Ponape Dory Project has been in existence for almost three years. It was begun in August 1972 with a Federal Office of Economic Opportunity grant of US $150,000. The initial grant was for a two-year period during which ...
    • Management of multispecies stocks: a review of the theory 

      Pauly, D. (1978)
      Type: Journal Article
      The multitude of species contributing to the catch of the demersal fisheries of Southeast Asia, combined with an acute lack of knowledge on the biology of these species and the scarcity of good statistical data on the ...
    • Sumilon Island: Philippine marine park pilot site enjoys early success 

      White, A. (1979)
      Type: Journal Article
      Since 1974, Sumilon, a 23-ha island near the southeastern tip of Cebu, Philippines, has been managed by Silliman University as a natural reserve in cooperation with the municipality of Oslob, Cebu. The use of the island ...
    • Review of knowledge on mangroves in Southeast Asia and the Southwest Pacific, with emphasis on management applications 

      Chansang, H. (1979)
      Type: Journal Article
      The author gives an account of mangroves ecosystem in the region and how it relates to fisheries.
    • Marine research at the University of San Carlos, Cebu City 

      Rau, N. (1979)
      Type: Journal Article
      An account is given on the history and establishment of the Biological research program at the University of San Carlos, Cebu, Philippines
    • Tropical man-made lakes, African fish and cheap protein 

      Fernando, C.H. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      Tropical reservoirs (man-made lakes) have evened out somewhat the distribution of standing waters on a global scale. Natural lakes are well represented in the North Temperate and Arctic regions. In the tropics, the only ...
    • ICLARM's Resource Development and Management Program: the Tropical Stock Assessment Research Project 

      Pauly, D. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      The project was conceived to identify and overcome the major constraints preventing the development of stock assessment techniques appropriate to tropical stocks. These constraints are listed and the project's programme of ...
    • ICLARM: a catalyst to accelerate applied research on aquatic resources 

      Shehadeh, Z.H. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      This article is based on an interview with Dr Shehadeh by Bernie Quimpo, editor and publisher of Farming Today. The interview appeared in the November 1979 issue of that journal.
    • A selection of simple methods for the assessment of tropical fish stocks 

      Pauly, D. (1980)
      Type: Report
      This selection of methods is based on lecture notes used at a FAO/DANIDA training course held in Mombasa, Kenya, in May-June 1980. The methods presented are: regression and correlation, estimation of growth parameters from ...
    • Food potential of aquatic macrophytes 

      Edwards, P. (1980)
      Type: Report
      Presents a review of the pathways in which aquatic macrophytes may be involved in the food production process, directly as human food, as livestock fodder, as fertilizer (mulch and manure, ash, green manure, compost, biogas ...
    • The commercial harvesting of tuna-attracting payaos: a possible boon for small-scale fishermen 

      Murdy, E.O. (1980)
      Type: Journal Article
      A report is presented of a 2 day payao harvest aboard a commercial tuna catching vessel. The design of the payao (anchored floating, bamboo raft) is outlined, the most important feature of which is hanging line with coconut ...
    • The International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM): its role and interests 

      Roedel, P.M. (1981)
      Type: Conference Paper
      ICLARM, the International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, is a relative newcomer to the small group of mission-oriented research organizations concerned with international fisheries. It was organized in ...
    • Tropical stock assessment packages for programmable calculators and microcomputers 

      Pauly, D. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      Fishery biology, particularly the applied aspect of stock assessment, became a truly quantitative science in the mid-1950s, when the Beverton & Holt and Schaefer "workhorse" models for stock assessment were produced. The ...
    • Village integrated energy systems 

      Roy, R.N. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      The primary factors that have caused the predicament of small-scale fishermen in India are discussed and recommendations are given.
    • Management of Philippine marine parks 

      White, A. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      The author gives an overview of the situation and legislation on the management of the Philippines marine parks
    • Oil, fish and the sun and the wind 

      Bardach, J.E. (1981)
      Type: Journal Article
      The energy sources of importance in the fishing industry are discussed in detail. An account is given of fish catching,fish growing and fish saving and the role energy plays in each. Wind, sun and biogas are all considered ...
    • The ICLARM Network of Tropical Fisheries Scientists 

      Munro, J.L.; Pauly, D. (1982)
      Type: Journal Article
      ICLARM is initiating the creation of an international Network of Tropical Fisheries Scientists to enhance communication between fisheries scientists working on aspects of management-oriented research. Basically, this would ...
    • Economic aspects of processing and marketing 

      Yater, F.; Esporlas, A.E.; Smith, I.R. (1982)
      Type: Book Chapter
      This paper examines the pricing efficiency and related economic aspects of fish processing and marketing in two communities of San Miguel Bay, Philippines. Salting, dried fish processing and marketing and fresh fish marketing ...
    • Systems of sharing and patterns of ownership 

      Villafuerte, E.D.; Bailey, C. (1982)
      Type: Book Chapter
      Sharing systems and patterns of ownerships of several common small scale gears are analysed and compared with those of the small and medium trawlers operating in San Miguel Bay, Philippines. Significant differences between ...
    • Costs and returns of stationary gears 

      Supanga, N.C.; Smith, I.R. (1982)
      Type: Book Chapter
      Costs and returns of three major stationary gears of Cabusao, San Miguel Bay, Philippines, are analysed. The gears discussed include fish corrals, liftnets and filter nets. Systems for allocation of fishing rights are ...