Sustainable aquaculture and aquatic resources management

Aquaculture Asia Magazine, Vol. XX No. 4, October-December 2015

Published: 27/1/2017 | 613 views

In this issue:

Aquaculture feed supply chain attracting scrutiny. Pond beauty contest, Ram Kumar and social development. Culture modes of giant freshwater prawn in Yangtze River Delta for early harvest. Fish marketing in Kashmir, India - a case study of Srinagar. Community-based integrated fish-duck farming: A boon for rural development in agro-climatic conditions of Assam, India. Gastropod and bivalve fishery of Kakinada Bay, Andhra Pradesh, India: Management and conservation issues.

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q1 2014

Published: 11/11/2014 | 1911 views

The regional Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease (QAAD) reporting system has been implemented since the second quarter of 1998 and continues to provide a useful mechanism for aquatic animal disease information sharing amongst 21 participating governments in the Asia-Pacific region. The QAAD reporting system is a joint activity between NACA, FAO and OIE Regional Representation (Tokyo). The 2014/2 QAAD report, 63rd in the series, includes disease information from 15 governments. This issue's foreword contains a new PCR method for the detection of AHPHND bacteria.

Aquaculture Asia Magazine, Vol. XIX No. 1, January-March 2014

Published: 25/7/2014 | 3362 views

Sustainable aquaculture
Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Towards meeting future demand for fish: Aquaculture in inland or marine land or water-based systems?

Status of carp farming in India
R. Laxmappa

Research and farming techniques
Recent trends in mariculture in S.E. Sulawesi, Indonesia: General considerations
Wa Iba Sahrir, La Ode M. Aslan, La Ode Ridwan Bolu, Geoff J. Gooley, Brett A. Ingram, Sena S. De Silva

Murrel culture in backyard cement tanks: A breakthrough and a success story
M. A. Haniffa and S. Jafar Sathik

Mobile telephony – ICT enabled fisheries extension service for sustainable shrimp farming
D. Deboral Vimala, K. Ramkumar, M. Kumaran, T. Ravisankar, P. Mahalakshmi, P. Ravichandran and A.G. Ponniah

NACA Newsletter

  • International Symposium on Small-scale Freshwater Aquaculture Extension, 2-5 December, Bangkok
  • 12th Meeting of the Asia Regional Advisory Group on Aquatic Animal Health
  • National Workshop on EMS/AHPND of Cultured Shrimp held in India
  • Report on early mortality syndrome / acute hepatopancreatic necrosis syndrome of shrimp
  • Sustaining Ethical Aquaculture Trade Newsletter
  • India and the AFSPAN Project
  • Report on AFSPAN Chilean survey
  • Feeding and feed management of Indian major carps in Andhra Pradesh

Aquaculture Asia Magazine, Vol. XVIII No. 4, October-December 2013

Published: 20/3/2014 | 3686 views

Sustainable aquaculture
Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Pond aquaculture taking off in Nepal

Introduction of culture based fishery practices in small water bodies in Cambodia: issues and strategies
Srun Limsong, Hort Sitha, Ou Sary, Ouch Vutha, C.V. Mohan, Sena S. De Silva

Research and farming techniques
A case study on polycheate fishery by the Irular tribal fishing community on the Tamil Nadu Coast
S. Velvizhi, A.Gopalakrishnan, P. Murugesan and D. Kannan

Use of pangasius pond sediment for rooftop bag gardening: Potential for rural-urban integrated aquaculture-horticulture
M. Mahfujul Haque, M. S. Monira, M. A. Salam, A. P. Shinn and D. C. Little

NACA Newsletter

  • Culture-based fisheries exchanges between Lao PDR and Cambodia
  • National aquatic animal disease surveillance programme launched in India
  • Report on early mortality syndrome / acute hepatopancreatic necrosis syndrome of shrimp
  • International Symposium on Small-scale Freshwater Aquaculture Extension, 2-5 December Bangkok
  • 'Perfect' food for 'perfect' prawns
  • Aquaculture without Frontiers Special Session
  • We asked CSIRO: Gold Coast Tiger Prawns
  • Understanding the sex of salmon
  • Overcoming smallholder challenges with biotechnology
  • Coordinated efforts in aquaculture needed to meet global demand
  • FAO e-book collection for tablets and e-readers

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q3 2013

Published: 16/2/2014 | 2458 views

The regional Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease (QAAD) reporting system has been implemented since the second quarter of 1998 and continues to provide a useful mechanism for aquatic animal disease information sharing amongst 21 participating governments in the Asia-Pacific region. The QAAD reporting system is a joint activity between NACA, FAO and OIE Regional Representation (Tokyo). The 2013/3 QAAD report, 61st in the series, includes disease information from 15 governments. This issue's foreword discusses an OIE tool for the evaluation of performance of aquatic veterinary services.

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