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Transition from low-value fish to compound feeds in marine cage farming in Asia. Hasan, M.R. (2012) FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper. No. 573. Rome, FAO. 2012. 198 pp. This technical paper presents the findings of the FAO Regional Technical Cooperation Project TCP/RAS/3203 (D) 'Reducing the dependence on the utilization of trash fish/low-value fish as feed for aquaculture of marine finfish in the...
This document contains the report of the FAO/APFIC Workshop on Implementing the 2009 FAO Agreement on Port State Measures to Combat Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing (the Agreement), which was held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 23 to 27 April 2012. The workshop focused on the implementation of the Agreement from a legal and policy, institutional and capacity development, and...
The FAO International Guidelines on Bycatch Management and Reduction of Discards were developed through a participatory process involving fisheries experts, fishery managers from governments, the fishing industry, academia and non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations. The guidelines are designed to provide guidance on management factors ranging from an appropriate regulatory framework to the components of a good data collection programme, and include...
  Gillett, R. Bycatch in small-scale tuna fisheries: a global study. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper. No. 560. Rome, FAO. 2011. 116p. The aim of the study was to quantify catches of tuna and bycatch in small-scale pelagic fisheries. Additional goals were to identify on a global scale information gaps, major issues and management concerns associated with these fisheries and their bycatch. The...
Staples, D. (2009). Status and potential of offshore resources in South and Southeast Asia. Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission, FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. APFIC ad hoc publication, 29pp.Fishery development in both South and Southeast Asia can only be categorized as a 'bust and boom' activity, more akin to mining than to the development of a renewable...
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