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Aquaculture

The publication is an important outputs of regional activity under the regional initiative on sustainable intensification of aquaculture for blue growth in Asia-Pacific. This publication is a very important information and knowledge product on sustainable intensification of aquaculture. The publication will greatly raise the awareness of stakeholders to existing good practices of sustainable intensification of aquaculture and their potential in...
Miao W., Wilkinson S., Ellis W. (eds.) (2014) Proceedings of the Regional Consultation on Sustainable Intensification of Aquaculture in Asia and the Pacific. FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand. RAP Publication 2014/20, 76 pp.  Fish has now become an important source of diet protein for the world’s population. The world’s per capita food fish supply reached 19.2...
Miao W., Mohan C.V., Ellis W., Brian D. (eds.) (2013) Adoption of Aquaculture Assessment Tools for Improving the Planning and Management of Aquaculture in Asia and the Pacific. FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand. RAP Publication 2013/11, 136 pp. Global capture fish production has been stagnant since the 1990s. The major part of increased fish production during...
RFLP engaged WorldFish to undertake an assessment of the current aquaculture situation in Timor-Leste and thereafter to facilitate the development of a national strategy for aquaculture development for Timor-Leste by the NDFA with input from other key stakeholders. This document is the Portuguese version of the strategy.
  Tacon, A.G.J.; Hasan, M.R.; Metian, M. Demand and supply of feed ingredients for farmed fish and crustaceans: trends and prospects. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper No. 564. FAO, 2011. 87 pp.   The rise into global prominence and rapid growth of finfish and crustacean aquaculture has been due, in part, to the availability and on-farm provision of feed inputs...
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