The working papers represent work-in-progress, forming a series of documents presenting research findings from the project. Readers are advised that the papers have not been subjected to academic quality control, nor edited for errors of fact or interpretation.
- Impacts of technological interventions on fish production and biodiversity of seasonal floodplains in Bangladesh
- Assessment of potential mare stocking impacts on resource access rights and livelihoods in Komio Village, Niger River Delta, Mali
- Contextual analysis in two villages of the Niger River Inner Delta
- Landscape level characterization of seasonal floodplains under community based aquaculture: illustrating a case of the Ganges and the Mekong Delta
- Institutional histories, seasonal floodplains (mares), and livelihood impacts of fish stocking in the Inner Niger River Delta of Mali
- Benefits and challenges of applying Outcome Mapping in an R4D project
- Werthmann, C and Mai Thi Truc, Chi. Community-Based Aquaculture for Poverty Reduction: Institutional and Technical Options for Sustainable Resource Use. Presented at IIFET 2008, Nha Trang, Vietnam
- Werthmann, C., Weingart. A., and M. Kirk. Common-pool resources - A challenge for local governance. Experimental research in eight villages in the Mekong Delta of Cambodia and Vietnam. Presented at the 12th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Commons, July 14-18, 2008, Cheltenham, England
- Proceedings of a consultation workshop on future effective and efficient fish refuge pond management and participation, Cambodia
- Haque, A.B.M.M, Barman, B. K., Dey, M. M. 2008. Development of institutional options for community based fish culture in seasonal floodplains in Bangladesh. Abstract p 98.
- Rahman, M.F., Barman, B. K., Khabir, A. 2008 Development of technological options for community based fish culture in seasonal floodplains in Bangladesh. Abstract p 102
- Haque, A.B.M.M., Barman, B. K. and M.M. Dey. 2008. Institutional Issues on management of seasonal floodplains under community-based aquaculture to benefit the poor in Bangladesh: Volume II, p 250-253.
- Rahman, M.F., Barman, B.K., Ahmed, M.K. and S. Dewan. 2008. Technical issues on management of seasonal floodplains under community-based fish culture in Bangladesh: Volume II, p 258-261.
- Sheriff, N., Arthur, R., Barman, B.K. and M.C. Hong. 2008. Community-based fish culture in seasonal floodplains and irrigation systems: Volume II, p 246-249.
- Nagabhatla, N and Sheriff, N. 2009. Community-based Approaches to Aquaculture in Seasonal Water Bodies: Lessons Learned presented at the Symposium on ‘Small-scale Aquaculture for Increasing Resilience of Rural Livelihoods, 5-6th February 2009 – Kathmandu, Nepal
- Valmonte-Santos, R.A., and Meinzen-Dick, R. 2008. Community Based Fish Culture Management in Poor Fishing Communities in Bangladesh and Vietnam: Incentives for Aquatic Resource Management and Impacts on Poverty Alleviation” presented during the 11th Anniversary of the School of Environmental Science and Management (SESAM), University of the Philippines Los Baños, College, Laguna, Philippines, December 12, 2008
- Chantrea, Bun. 2009. ‘Community Fish Refuges in Cambodia’ presented at the Cambodia Development Research Forum: 2009 Symposium on the Contribution of Research to National Development Strategies and Policies, 9-10 September 2009, Hotel Cambodiana, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- Joffre, O., Sheriff, N., and Weeratunge, N. (forthcoming) Understanding adoption and discontinuance for greater impact. 'Innovation and Sustainable Development in Agriculture and Food Symposium (ISDA) 2010' Montpellier, France. June 28-July 1 2010.
- Barman, B. (forthcoming) Community-based Fish Culture in Seasonal Floodplains in Bangladesh: Lessons Learned. 'Innovation and Sustainable Development in Agriculture and Food Symposium (ISDA) 2010' Montpellier, France. June 28-July 1 2010.