Regional guidelines for responsible fisheries in Southeast Asia: Responsible aquaculture
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This 43-page guidebook presents the code of conduct that has been re-written, expanded, clarified and annotated with definitions and examples to consider the fish farming industries in Southeast Asia. The source of the code is the Food and Agriculture Organization's technical guidelines ~ Articles 9.1 to 9.4 ~ which were discussed in regional consultation in 2001.
Bagarinao, T. U. (2005). Regional guidelines for responsible fisheries in Southeast Asia: Responsible aquaculture (2nd Ed.). Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Development Center.
Guidelines; Fisheries; Sustainable aquaculture; Aquaculture; Aquaculture development; Jurisdiction; Sustainable development; FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries; Fishery regulations; Ecosystems; Governments; Environmental impact; Risk management; Aquaculture regulations; Genetic diversity; Natural populations; Introduced species; Rare species; Brood stocks; Breeding; Diseases; Husbandry diseases; Harvesting; Aquaculture -- Asia, Southeastern; Fish culture -- Asia, Southeastern; Sustainable fisheries -- Asia, Southeastern; Fisheries -- Asia, Southeastern; Fishery management -- Asia, Southeastern
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