Рыболовство во внутренних водоемах

Ответственное пополнение рыбных запасов, репопуляция и интродукция

South, southeast and east Asia
Year: 2015
This document provides an overview and guidance to inform responsible stocking and enhancement of inland waters in Asia. It comprises three technical papers prepared for and presented to the APFIC/FAO regional consultation “Improving the contribution of culture-based fisheries and fishery [...]
South, southeast and east Asia
Year: 2015
Enhancement to improve the performance of inland capture fisheries beyond a level sustainable by natural processes may entail stocking with seed originating from aquaculture installations or the wild, or from modification of the fishery habitat. In Asia, the most typical [...]
Central and western Asia
Year: 2013
Although the Kyrgyz Republic is rich in water resources, water has a low productivity and the indigenous fish fauna is relatively poor, with a limited number of commercially-valuable species amongst them. The waters are suitable to grow valuable cold water [...]
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Year: 2011
Sturgeon hatcheries play an important role in the rehabilitation of the sturgeon stocks in the Caspian Sea and elsewhere. Since the demise of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1991, a large part of the experience, expertise and specifi [...]
Central and western Asia
Year: 2011
Culture-based fisheries have been successfully developed across the world in order to increase productivity of capture fisheries. Unfortunately, political upheaval, the disruption of historic fish supply chains and limited state budgets combined halted many of the stocking and culture-based fisheries [...]
South, southeast and east Asia
Year: 2007
Fisheries policy in Bangladesh is still trying to get to grips with the major (universal) dilemmas of maximizing benefits from natural resources while, at the same time, ensuring an acceptable degree of equity in distribution of benefits and protecting the [...]
South, southeast and east Asia
Year: 2005
Inland fisheries contribute only about ten percent to global fish production. Asia is the leading producer of inland fish, accounting for over 80 percent of the total production. Until recently, the inland fisheries sector had taken back stage in fisheries [...]
Year: 2005
The use of alien species is a proven means to increase production and value from aquatic ecosystems. In the Mekong/Lanchang Basin, alien species such as tilapia (Oreochromis spp.) play an important role in providing cheap and readily available protein to [...]
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Year: 2004
Tilapias are not native to Asia but have been a significant component of inland fisheries and aquaculture in the region for over half a century. They have been introduced into over 90 countries worldwide, with a global distribution second only [...]
Global
Year: 2004
Rice today is grown in 113 countries in the world in a wide range of ecological conditions and water regimes. The cultivation of most rice crops in irrigated, rainfed and deepwater systems offers a suitable environment for fi sh and [...]
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