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1. Integrated mariculture. A global review.

Author(s) : Soto, D.

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Bulletin : FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper 2009 No.No. 529 pp.183 pp.

2. Livelihood assessment tools.

This chapter presents livelihood analysis concepts, and provides an operational model for livelihood analysis in the context of wetland systems. It recommends a generic nested sampling approach, and gives guidance on a range of data collection methods.

Author(s) : Allison, E.; Springate-Baginski, O.

Publisher : IUCN, Gland, Switzerland

Book chapter : An integrated wetland assessment toolkit: a guide to good practice 2009 pp.57-74

3. Handbook of alien species in Europe.

This book summarises the major research findings and addresses the invasion trends, pathways, and both economic as well as ecological impact, for eight major taxonomic groups. Approximately 11, 000 alien species recorded in Europe are listed. Fact sheets for 100 of the most invasive species are...

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Book : Handbook of alien species in Europe 2009 pp.xxviii + 400 pp.

4. Producing tilapia feed locally: a low-cost option from small-scale farmers.

Identifying locally available ingredients to formulate tilapia feed that is nutritious but cheaper than existing commercial feeds promises productivity, livelihood, health and environmental benefits, especially by enabling local feed manufacturers.

Publisher : WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia

Miscellaneous : Producing tilapia feed locally: a low-cost option from small-scale farmers 2009 pp.8 pp.

8. Problems and opportunities managing invasive bullfrogs: is there any hope?

Invasive species have come to dominate 3% of the Earth’s ice-free surface, constituting one of the most serious ecological and economic threats of the new millennium, and freshwater systems are particularly vulnerable. This book examines the identity, distribution, and impact of freshwater...

Author(s) : Adams, M. J.; Pearl, C. A.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Book chapter : Biological Invaders in Inland Waters: Profiles, Distribution, and Threats 2007 pp.679-693

14. The modern state of fisheries in the Republic of Uzbekistan and its perspectives.

Author(s) : Bakhtiyar, K.; Bakhtiyor, K.; Keyser, D.

Publisher : World Aquaculture Society (WAS),

Miscellaneous : World Aquaculture magazine 2004 pp.7 pp.

15. Invasion by alien invasive plants in an oceanic island: Ecological impact on Reunion and the heritage of native ecosystems invaded.

Foreign Title :Invasion par les plantes exotiques envahissantes dans une île océanique: Impact écologique à la Réunion et valeur patrimoniale des écosystèmes indigènes envahis.

Author(s) : Lavergne, C.

Publisher : Conservatoire Botanique National de Mascarin et Université de la Réunion, Reunion

Miscellaneous : Résumé, Programme de Recherche sur les Invasions Biologiques INVABIO, Conservatoire Botanique National de Mascarin et Université de la Réunion 2005 pp.12 pp.

16. Decentralization and participation: the governance of common pool resources in Nepal's Terai.

Decentralization has emerged as an important instrument of environmental and development policy in the last 2 decades. Presumed benefits of environmental policy decentralization depend in significant measure on broad participation in the programmes that governments create to decentralize...

Author(s) : Agrawal, A.; Gupta, K.

Journal article : World Development 2005 Vol.33 No.7 pp.1101-1114

17. HACCP & the Shrimp Farm: food safety from pond to plate.

Author(s) : Moore, W. R.

Publisher : Aquaculture Certification Council, Inc., Washington, USA

Miscellaneous : HACCP & the Shrimp Farm: food safety from pond to plate. 2004 pp.50 pp.

18. The sustainable seafood movement.

Author(s) : Stickney, R. R.; Shumway, S.; Costa-Pierce, B.

Publisher : World Aquaculture Society (WAS),

Miscellaneous : World Aquaculture magazine 2004 pp.2 pp.

22. Deleterious effects of non-native species introduced into Lake Victoria, East Africa.

Lake Victoria, in East Africa, has suffered from introductions and invasions of non-native species such as Lates niloticus, various tilapiine species, and Eichornia crassipes since the 1950s. These have had a devastating effect on the natural biological communities. This paper reviews the effects...

Author(s) : Shoko, A. P. A.; Ngowo, R. R.; Waya, R. K.

Publisher : WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia

Journal article : NAGA 2005 Vol.28 No.3/4 pp.27-32

25. Fish as food: aquaculture's contribution.

Author(s) : Tidwell, J. H.; Allan, G. L.

Publisher : World Aquaculture Society (WAS),

Miscellaneous : World Aquaculture magazine 2002 pp.5 pp.