|UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME||No. TA 2547|
First and Second Group Fellowship Study Tours on Inland Fisheries Research, Management and Fish Culture in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
|C O N T E N T S|
15 July – 15 August 1965 and 31 May – 2 July 1966
L E C T U R E S
FAO/UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE) REPORTS ON FISHERIES
This document is Report No. 2547 in the series of FAO Reports produced under the United Nations Development Programme. Since 1 January 1966, reports produced under the former Expanded Programme of Technical Assistance (EPTA) have appeared in the UNDP (TA) series. The numbering of reports in the UNDP (TA) series is unbroken and follows consecutively the numbering of the former EPTA series.
Since 1 January, 1962, those reports which concerned FAO technical assistance in fisheries have been numbered consecutively in a subseries within the general series.
The present report is the one hundred and fifty second report in the fishery subseries: FAO Fish. UNDP(TA) Rep., FRi/UNDP(TA) 152.
For bibliographic purposes, this document may be cited as follows:
FAO. 1968 First and Second Group Fellowship Study Tours on Inland Fisheries Research, Management and Fish Culture in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 15 July – 15 August 1965 and 31 May – 2 July 1966. Lectures. Rep. FAO/UNDP(TA), (2547): 183 p.
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THE PRESENT APPROACH TO THE PROBLEM OF NEUROHORMONAL CONTROL OF THE FISH SEXUAL CYCLE AND TECHNIQUES OF HORMONAL INFLUENCE APPLIED IN FISH CULTURE, by N.L. Guerbilsky
POND FISH SELECTION, by V.S. Kirpichnikov
DISEASE CONTROL OF POND CULTURED FISH - BASIC PRINCIPLES, by O.N. Bauer
ON TROUT HUSBANDRY MANAGEMENT IN THE U.S.S.R., by V.V. Lavorvsky
INTRODUCTION OF PLANT-EATING FISH INTO THE FISH FAUNA OF THE EUROPEAN PART OF THE U.S.S.R. AND MEANS OF REPRODUCING THEM, by A.G. Konradt
SHAPING THE HYDROBIOLOGICAL CONDITIONS FOR LARGE RESERVOIRS, by P.L. Pirozhnikov and M.P. Miroshnichenko
THEORETICAL BASES FOR FERTILIZING PONDS, by V.P. Lahnovitch
FISH PASSAGE AND FISH PROTECTION FACILITIES - BIOLOGICAL AND TECHNICAL ASPECTS, by L.M. Nusenbaum
THE CHEMICAL METHODS OF LAKE REHABILITATION AND PROPAGATION OF NEW FISH FAUNA IN LAKES, by E.V. Burmakin
DEVELOPMENT OF FISHERIES AND THE WAYS OF RAISING FISH PRODUCTIVITY OF BIG RESERVOIRS, by I.I. Lapitsky
MAIN METHODS OF WARM WATER POND FARMING IN THE U.S.S.R., by L.A. Erman
THE BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF REPRODUCTION OF MIGRATORY FISH WHEN THE RIVER IS CONTROLLED, by F.I. Vovk
ORGANIZATION OF FISHERIES RESEARCH IN THE U.S.S.R., by P.A. Moiseev
This report presents the lectures given at the first and second Group Fellowship Study Tours on Inland Fisheries Research, Management and Fish Culture in the U.S.S.R., 15 July – 15 August 1965 and 31 May – 2 July 1966 respectively.
These study tours were organized by FAO under the UNDP (Technical Assistance Sector) in cooperation with the U.S.S.R. Government. FAO/TA reports No. 2117 and 2443 give the details of the tours.
Participants were provided, in advance, with draft English translations of the Soviet lectures which were delivered in the Russian language and interpreted into English. The lectures, as they appear in this volume, have been edited by Mr. D.D. Venables, of the Fishery Intelligence and Reports Office, FAO Department of Fisheries. The bibliographic citations were not checked as most of the reference papers were not available to the editor.
This present report is being distributed to the participants in the Study Tours, and, on request, is available to other persons and institutions interested in the subject matter.