FAO Aquaculture Newsletter No. 32

FAO Aquaculture Newsletter No. 32

Inland Water Resources and Aquaculture Service
Fisheries Department


Rome, 2004

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FAN 32  (Download pdf 132 kb)

Editorial  (Download pdf 77 kb)

Contents  (Download pdf 78 kb)

The use of local knowledge in
river fisheries research
  (Download pdf 328 kb)

FAO fact sheets on aquaculture  (Download pdf 222 kb)

First Meeting of Directors of the Network of Aquaculture Centres
in Central-Eastern Europe (NACEE)
  (Download pdf 218 kb)

Gender roles in aquaculture: some findings from the aquaculture
development in the northern uplands of Viet Nam project
  (Download pdf 307 kb)

Stocking of oxbow lakes in southwest Bangladesh and
its impact on biodiversity and environment
  (Download pdf 526 kb)

Aquaculture extension in sub-Saharan Africa   (Download pdf 191 kb)

The Limbé workshop on small-scale aquaculture
and the Limbé Declaration
  (Download pdf 221 kb)

Building capacity to combat impacts of aquatic invasive alien species
and associated transboundary pathogens in ASEAN countries
  (Download pdf 176 kb)

Large Rivers provide sustainable social and economics benefits  (Download pdf 208 kb)

Project news: TCP/LAT/3001   (Download pdf 136 kb)

Winner of the Sustainable Fishing Award   (Download pdf 153 kb)

New staff profiles   (Download pdf 158 kb)

New FAO publications   (Download pdf 761 kb)

Farewell to Mr Benedict Satia   (Download pdf 218 kb)