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Aquatic Commons (37.071 recursos)

The Aquatic Commons is a thematic digital repository covering the natural marine, estuarine /brackish and fresh water environments . It includes all aspects of the science, technology, management and conservation of these environments, their organisms and resources, and the economic, sociological and legal aspects.

Subject = Information Management

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  1. Roundup: news, events, briefings and more


  2. ICT: extending the ripples

    Raemaekers, Serge; Sunde, Jackie
    The use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) can help promote equitable and sustainable small-scale fisheries, a workshop in Cape Town, South Africa, stressed.

  3. Aquatic Commons Search Guide, May 2016


  4. Catalogue of EAFFRO scientific archives

    Mann, M.J.
    Besides the formal publications held in the library (books, annual reports. Journals and reprints) a considerable quantity of unpublished Information on subjects relevant to freshwater fisheries in East Africa is held on various departmental files, etc.in Jinja. This material is extremely valuable: firstly because it is usually of immediate reference to current research work at EAFFRO, and secondly because it usually exists only as original material: no other copies are available elsewhere.

  5. Organizing the Malalison community

    Aldon, Eva T.

  6. The tungog (Ceriops tagal) industry and prospects for mangrove rehabilitation

    Primavera, Jurgenne H.; Pena, Lilian de la

  7. Sustainable aquaculture and coastal resource management

    Gapasin, Febe Lou C.; Agbayani, Renato F.; Corre, Kaylin G.

  8. Are we doing enough? The moral responsibility of a scientist

    Rabanal, Herminio R.

  9. Producing agricultural television programs

    Daffon, Philip

  10. Reporting agriculture for radio

    Tabing, Lucio

  11. Agriculture journalism: The craft and issues

    Sarian, Zacarias

  12. The development concept as a framework for information dissemination

    Librero, Felix

  13. The extension-communication process

    Cadiz, Maria Celeste

  14. Dr. Hiralal Chaudhuri: Father of induced breeding

    Primavera, Jurgenne H.

  15. Workshop on assessing governance in the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem, Bangkok, Thailand, October 28-30, 2014: workshop summary and messages for Bay of Bengal marine resource policy-makers and other stakeholders

    Mahon, Robin; Fanning, Lucia
    This brochure suggests casting a wider net when dealing with governance assessment to include other players.

  16. Strengthening the log book recording system for fishing vessels: Sri Lanka


    Activities of the project included: preparation of awareness materials on data reporting; organizing stakeholder awareness programmes; setting and maintaining an electronic database; inputs from participants and recommendations

  17. Report of the BOBLME fishing capacity workshop, Phuket, Thailand, 12-13 January, 2015

    Pascoe, Sean
    The workshop focused on capacity utilisation estimation using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) to assess the fishing capacity of fleets.

  18. An exploratory ecosystem model of the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem

    Guenette, Sylvie
    The study's aim was to develop and ecosystem model of the Bay of Bengal built with Ecopath and Ecoism software.The Ecopath model was built to represent 1978 and synthesise available population dynamics and fisheries data. A preliminary Ecoism was set up to explore interactions between functional groups and the impact of fishing.

  19. Report of the MPA Atlas and the interactive online database portal of the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem

    Jiau, T.S.; Fatan, N.; Lay, S.T.S; Benedict, J.J.; Beare, D.
    This report describes the process and details of developing an interactive online database portal for the BOBLME region.The MPA (Marine Protected Area) Atlas website, created by WorldFish was designed to provide public access to the latest information relevant to marine scientists, managers and conservationists. The main features include; BOBLME MPA database;interactive geospatial maps;and information about important habitats such as coral reefs,BOBLME boundaries and bathymetry.

  20. An exploratory ecosystem model of the Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem

    Guenette, Sylvie
    The study's aim was to develop and ecosystem model of the Bay of Bengal built with Ecopath and Ecoism software.The Ecopath model was built to represent 1978 and synthesise available population dynamics and fisheries data. A preliminary Ecoism was set up to explore interactions between functional groups and the impact of fishing.

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