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An overview of environmental issues in developing-country aquaculture.

Aquaculture, like all interventions by humans to exploit or manage natural resources for food production, has the potential for causing environmental harm as well as for improving livelihood and nutrition. Aquaculture development must be undertaken in a ...

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The Don Sahong dam and Mekong fisheries

A science brief on the effects of the construction of Don Sahong dam on fisheries in the Mekong estuary. Environmental impact Fisheries Hydropower Vietnam Baran, E. Ratner, B. 766 Download WorldFish Center Monday, September 24, 2007 Monday, January 1, ...

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Environment and aquaculture in developing countries.

Contains 15 reviews on the environmental impact of aquaculture including inland and coastal ecosystems, integration of agriculture and aquaculture, shrimp culture, antibiotics and other trace environmental contaminants, toxic algal blooms, socioeconomic ...

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Environment and aquaculture in developing countries: summary report of the Bellagio Conference on Environment and Aquaculture in Developing Countries, 17-22 September 1990, Bellagio, Italy.

Recommendations from the 1990 international conference on environment and aquaculture in developing countries. Aquaculture Development Environmental impact Pullin, R.S.V. Rosenthal, H. Maclean, J.L. (eds.) 78 Download Wednesday, September 5, 2007 ...

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Environmental impact of the golden snail (Pomacea sp.) on rice farming systems in the Philippines.

A summary report of the workshop held at the Freshwater Aquaculture Center, Central Luzon State University, Nueva Ecija, Philippines, on 9-10 November 1989. It discusses the effects wrought by the golden snail since its introduction to the Philippines, ...

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Nairobi declaration: conservation of aquatic biodiversity and use of genetically improved and alien species for aquaculture in Africa

An Expert Consultation on Biosafety and Environmental Impact of Genetic Enhancement and Introduction of Improved Tilapia strains/ Alien species in Africa, was convened in Nairobi, Kenya from 20-23 February 2002 to discuss and develop guidelines that will ...

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Integrated agriculture-aquaculture: a way for food security for small farmers and better resource management and environment

Traditionally fish have been a natural component of rice-ecosystems. Intensive agriculture has led to degradation offish habitats, resulting in disappearance of fish from rice fields. The economic viability and impact on the environment of integrating ...

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Mekong fisheries and mainstream dams: fisheries sections

Twelve hydropower schemes have been proposed for the Lao, Lao-Thai and Cambodian reaches of the Mekong mainstream. Implementation of any or all of the proposed mainstream projects in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) could have profound and wide-ranging socio ...

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Blue frontiers: managing the environmental costs of aquaculture

The report begins with an overview of the current status of world aquaculture. It then goes on to describe an approach for estimating the current combined biophysical resource demands of aquaculture for producer countries and regions. Following a ...

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Enabling alternative livelihoods for aquatic resource dependent communities of the Tonle Sap: summary note

This research note is provided as a supplement to the technical report, “Influence of Built Structures on Livelihoods: Case Studies of Road Development, Irrigation, and Fishing Lots," as part of the livelihoods component of the “Study of the ...

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