The layout, construction and management of brackishwater fishponds in the Philippines
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With the advent of new research and studies into aquaculture practices there is a need to improve the size and shape of brackishwater ponds in the Philippines and to make their management more efficient. This article discusses the survey and layout of the project and the engineering aspects of pond management. Milkfish pond management is also considered.
Esguerra, R. S. (1977). The layout, construction and management of brackishwater fishponds in the Philippines. In R. H. Gedney & H. R. Rabanal (Eds.), Joint SCSP/SEAFDEC Workshop on Aquaculture Engineering (with emphasis on small-scale aquaculture projects) held at the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department Facility in Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines on 27 November—3 December 1977 (Vol. 2-Technical Report, pp. 197–206). South China Sea Fisheries Development and Coordinating Programme.
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