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FAO Aquaculture Websites and Information Sources

Cultured Aquatic Species Information Programme (CASIP)
The Cultured Aquatic Species Fact Sheet collection, is directed at those wishing to gain an understanding of the steps that should be followed to start to raise aquatic species (fish, mollusc, seaweeds and frogs) and learn about current techniques at the global level, provides a general overview of various cultural aspects.

National Aquaculture Sector Overview (NASO)
The National Aquaculture Sector Overview (NASO) collection consists of concise and comprehensive products, providing a general overview of the aquaculture and culture based fisheries aspects at the national level.

National Aquaculture Legislation Overview (NALO) 
The National Aquaculture Legislation Overview (NALO) consist of a series of comparative national overviews of aquaculture laws and regulations from the top 40 aquaculture producing countries, and have been prepared in collaboration with the FAO Development Law Service.

GISFish is a "one stop" site from which to obtain the global experience on Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Remote Sensing and Mapping as applied to Fisheries and Aquaculture.

NASO aquaculture maps collection
The National Aquaculture Sector Overview (NASO) maps collection consists of Google maps showing the location of aquaculture sites and their characteristics at an administrative level.

FAO Aquaculture Photo Library
The FAO Aquaculture Photo Library is published to store the photographs which are taken by FAO aquaculture officers and consultants working in the field.

Glossary of Aquaculture
The online glossary is designed to 1) provide a reference to research scientists, aquaculturists and managers; 2) facilitate the communication among them.

CD-ROM - Simple Methods for Aquaculture - Version 2
CD-ROM ON SIMPLE METHODS FOR AQUACULTURE includes all the books of the entire series together with the Handbook on small-scale freshwater fish farming.

FAO Fisheries Websites and Information Sources

Fishery and Aquaculture Country Profiles
The FAO Fishery and Aquaculture Country Profiles provide a comprehensive overview of the fisheries and aquaculture sector for each country (or areas/territories recognized by the Organization and with important fishery sector).

Database on Introductions of Aquatic Species (DIAS)
The database on Introductions of Aquatic Species includes records of species introduced or transferred from one country to another.

FAO FishFinder Aquatic Species
FAO FishFinder is dedicated to improving fish identification for fisheries and biodiversity purposes.

Glossary of Fisheries
The online glossary is established to provide a reference on fisheries field to those who are using it. All definitions in the Glossary have an FAO "owner" who maintains and updates those definitions in his/her area of expertise.

FAO Regional Networks and Other International/Regional Networks and Information Sources

Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific (NACA)
The objective of NACA is to improve rural income, increase food production and foreign exchange earnings through sustainable aquaculture.

Network of Aquaculture Centres in Central-Eastern Europe (NACEE)
The main mandate of NACEE was to facilitate that the R&D sphere in Central-Eastern Europe be an integral part of the European Research Area.

Aquaculture Network for Africa (ANAF)
The ANAF Network is composed by nine African countries which have decided to lead the establishment of a web-based information system to facilitate the exchange of aquaculture information in the Sub-Saharan Africa area.

Aquaculture Network for the Americas (RAA)
The Aquaculture Network for the Americas (RAA) was established in 2012 to contribute to the sustainable development of aquaculture in Latin America and the Caribbean through improving understanding and cooperation among member countries.

Information System for the Promotion of Aquaculture in the Mediterranean (SIPAM)
The objective of SIPAM is to promote the development of Mediterranean aquaculture through improving the exchange of aquaculture information among the member countries.

Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission (APFIC)
APFIC is an FAO regional network that works to improve understanding awareness and cooperation in fisheries issues in the Asia-Pacific region.

Commission for Inland Fisheries of Latin America - (COPESCAL)
COPESCAL works to promote the understanding of sustainable development and management of inland fisheries and aquaculture in Latin America.

Committee for Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture of Africa (CIFAA)
The mission of the Committee for Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture of Africa (CIFAA) is to promote the development of inland fisheries and aquaculture in Africa.

European Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture Advisory Commission (EIFAAC)
The mission of European Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture Advisory Commission (EIFAAC) is to promote the sustainable development and cooperation of European inland fisheries and aquaculture.

Regional Aquaculture Information System (RAIS)
RAIS is established to facilitate the exchange of aquaculture information in the Gulf area and to develop an informal, flexible and functional network of regional experts to promote and develop the sector in the region.

Central Asian and Caucasus Regional Fisheries and Aquaculture Commission (CACFish)
The objectives of CACFish are to promote the development, conservation, rational management and best utilization of living aquatic resources, as well as the sustainable development of aquaculture in Central Asia and the Caucasus.

GLOBEFISH is the unit in the FAO Fisheries Department responsible for information on international fish trade. The core of GLOBEFISH is the GLOBEFISH Databank. GLOBEFISH produces a number of publications including fish price reports (European Fish Price Report), market studies (GLOBEFISH Research Programme) and trend analysis (GLOBEFISH Highlights).

FishBase provides the information related with fishes to cater the need from different professional such as research scientists, fisheries managers, zoologists and many more.

The long-term goal of this project is to create and maintain a information system for all aquatic living organisms (marine and freshwater), ca. 400,000 spp.

World Aquaculture Society (WAS)
As an international organization, the main aim of WAS is to improve communication and information exchange within over 3000 members in 94 countries.

European Aquaculture Society (EAS)
The European Aquaculture society is dedicated to 1) promote contacts between all involved or interested in marine and freshwater aquaculture; 2) facilitate the circulation of aquaculture related information; 3) promote the sponsorship of multi-disciplinary research concerning aquaculture; 4) enhance cooperation among governmental, industry and individuals.

External Aquaculture Websites and Information Sources

Aqua feed which based in Hawaii works as the leading provider of sector-specific information through internet, magazine, newsletter and conference.

Aquaculture Directory
Aquaculture Directory provides latest news and suppliers in the aquaculture industry and facilitates the exchange of aquaculture information.

The Aquafind is an aquatic fish database which brings wholesale seafood suppliers, aquatic suppliers, equipment suppliers, and service suppliers together for searchable directories, industry news and trading platform.

Aquatic Network
Aquatic Network is an information service for the aquatic world. Its main objective is to promote sustainable commerce by providing aquatic information on a wide range.

Engormix was founded in 1999 by current CEO, who saw the need for creating a community catering to the agricultural industry.

The Growfish website is an initiative of the Gippsland Aquaculture Industry Network and provides information service on a wide range of aquatic topics.