Code of practice for sustainable use of mangrove ecosystems for aquaculture in Southeast Asia.
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This 47-page guidebook presents the 22 concepts, principles or policy statements that prescribe the preferred ways of doing and acting to ensure the sustainable use of mangroves for fish farming. It is annotated with definitions, explanations and many examples. Published jointly by ASEAN and SEAFDEC, this guidebook is a result of a Southeast Asian-wide consultation with core experts and country representatives in 2004 to 2005.
Bagarinao, T. U., & Primavera, J. H. (2005). Code of practice for sustainable use of mangrove ecosystems for aquaculture in Southeast Asia. Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines: SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department.
Mangroves; Aquaculture; Sustainable aquaculture; Guidelines; FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries; Fishery regulations; Coastal zone management; Marine parks; Milkfish culture; Shrimp culture; Water quality; Pollution; Introduced species; Livelihoods; Mangrove swamps; Aquaculture; Aquaculture -- Asia, Southeastern; Mangrove ecology -- Asia, Southeastern; Rhizophora; Bruguiera; Ceriops; Avicennia; Sonneratia; Xylocarpus; Heritiera; Excoecaria; Penaeus vannamei; Nypa fruticans; Raphia; Penaeus monodon; Penaeus merguiensis
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