Published: 22/7/2015 | 2322 views
- 26th NACA Governing Council Meeting, Bali, Indonesia
- Regional Workshop on the Status of Aquatic Genetic Resources
- Developing an environmental monitoring system to strengthen fisheries and aquaculture in the Lower Mekong basin
- Regional workshop documents sustainable intensification practices in aquaculture
- Perspectives on culture-based fisheries developments in Asia
- SUPERSEAS PhD opportunities
Published: 3/4/2015 | 1704 views
- 12th Technical Advisory Committee held in Cha-am, Thailand.
- Audio recordings: WAS special session on regional cooperation for improved biosecurity.
- AFSPAN Final Technical Report now available!
- Pillay Aquaculture Foundation Awards for Scientists in Least Developed Countries.
- Gender seminar conducted and ASEAN Gender Network launched.
- A two-tube, nested PCR detection method for AHPND bacteria.
- 9th Regional Grouper Hatchery Production Training Course.
- Developing an environmental monitoring system to strengthen fisheries and aquaculture in the Lower Mekong Basin.
- Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop on the Status of Aquatic Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture.
Published: 3/10/2013 | 2880 views
- Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Cultivation of spirulina in India
- Fish Farmer Field School: Towards healthier milkfish / shrimp polyculture and fish farmer empowerment in South Sulawesi
Ben Brown and Ratna Fadillah
- A success story of Maa Tarini Self Healp Group Ornamental Fish Unit, Purunia Village, Keonjhar District, Odisha, India
Swain, S.K., Baliarsing, B.K,, Sahoo, S.K., Meher, P.K., Patro, B., Rajesh, N., Dash, P.C., Jayasankar, P. and Jena, J.K.
- Use of lactic acid bacteria in fish farming
Sukanta Kumar Nayak
- NACA Newsletter
Author(s): Perera, R.P. | Published: 4/9/2013 | 2417 views
This document presents a tool, in the form of an audit table that can be used to broadly screen and identify gaps in the management systems of government agencies responsible for regulating aquaculture. These gaps, once identified, can be a first step toward building regulatory frameworks that can better deliver on jurisdictional ecologically sustainable development (ESD) and ecosystems approach to aquaculture (EAA) objectives. The end product of an assessment is a report for consideration by decision makers that lists the identified systems deficiencies and recommends aspects of aquaculture regulatory systems that should be developed, improved or subject to closer investigation. The audit tool is intended for self-assessment by interested government jurisdictions and should ideally be conducted by a small team comprising individuals with relevant expertise taken from within government agencies, external consultants or a combination thereof.