Responsible aquaculture development in Southeast Asia : proceedings of the seminar-workshop on aquaculture development in Southeast Asia
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This publication documents the proceedings and outputs of the tri-annual seminar-workshop on Aquaculture Development in Southeast Asia (ADSEA). This seminar, ADSEA 99, reviewed the recent developments in aquaculture and provided a forum to discuss strategies to ensure further development of responsible aquaculture in the region. It specifically covered the following: 1) assessment of the progress and development of aquaculture technologies in the region, and research and development in the Department since 1995; 2) review of recent advances in sustainable and responsible aquaculture elsewhere in the world; and, 3) identification of strategies for sustainable and responsible aquaculture in the region. The contributions of selected participants during ADSEA '99 appear in this present volume.
Garcia, L. M. B. (Ed.). (2001). Responsible aquaculture development in Southeast Asia : proceedings of the seminar-workshop on aquaculture development in Southeast Asia. Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines: Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center. http://hdl.handle.net/10862/1814
- Responsible aquaculture development for the next millennium
A. G.J. Tacon & U. C. Barg
- Developments in sustainable shrimp farming in Southeast Asia
H. Kongkeo, H. & M. Phillips
- Developments in marine and brackishwater fish culture in Southeast Asia
W. G. Yap
- Developments in freshwater fish culture in Southeast Asia
- Developments in integrated aquaculture in Southeast Asia
C. K. Lin & Y. Yi
- Socioeconomics of responsible aquaculture in Asia
K. Viswanathan & E. Genio
- Developments in seaweed farming in Southeast Asia
R. S. Simbajon & M. A. Ricohermoso
- Developments in mollusc farming in Southeast Asia
D. M. Nair
- Health management for sustainable aquaculture
- Markets and marketing trends for aquaculture products in Southeast Asia
- Community-based coral farming for reef rehabilitation, biodiversity conservation and as a livelihood option for fisherfolk
T. Heeger, F. B. Sotto, J. Ll. Gatus & C. Laron
- Biological hazard possibly produced by aquaculture and its control
- Environmental impacts of marine fish farming and their mitigation.
R. S. S. Wu
- REVIEW OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES AT SEAFDEC/AQD
- Research on marine fishes
J. D. Toledo
- Research on freshwater fishes
C. B. Santiago, Z. U. Basiao & J. D. Tan-Fermin
- Research on crustaceans
O. M. Millamena
- Research on molluscs and seaweeds
A. C. Fermin & A. Q. Hurtado
- Community-based Fishery Resources Management Project in Malalison Island: institutional arrangements for fisheries co-management
R. F. Agbayani & A. S. Babol
- Mangrove-friendly aquaculture studies at the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department
J. H. Primavera & A. T. Triño
- Technology Verification and Extension Program of SEAFDEC AQD
- Research on marine fishes
- ADSEA ‘99 Priorities and Recommendations
- LIST OF PARTICIPANTS AND OBSERVERS
PublisherAquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center
TypeBook; Conference publication
Format274 p. : ill. (some col.)
The Government of the Philippines and Japan provided financial support for the conduct of the Seminar-Workshop on Responsible Aquaculture Development in Southeast Asia (ADSEA '99). Led by the Organizing Committee Chairperson, Dr. Rolando Platon, and the Scientific Program Committee Chairperson, Dr. Clarissa L. Marte, the various working committees of ADSEA '99 spent a significant number of man-hours in planning the plenary and workshop sessions. All the participants and guests shared their experience and expertise to enliven the discussions, which eventually provided the material for formulating prioritized and specific areas for research and training to be undertaken by the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department in the next three years. Mr. Augusto Surtida and the staff of the Training and Information Division prepared the layout of these proceedings.
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