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Aquatic Commons (34,754 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 = Conservation

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1. Final report of the targeted research on Indian mackerel and sharks and national plan of action for conservation and management of shark resources, Thailand
Research included: population structure of Indian mackerel (Rastrelliger kanagurta); a National Plan of Action for the conservation and management of sharks; levels of heavy metals in shark products; and a database on rays.

2. Connectivity of coral reefs between marine park and non-marine park islands in the Malacca Straits - Hwai, A.T.S.
This study investigates the genetic population and gene flow in the clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris), across the Langkawi and Payar Archipelago by analysis of molecular markers in the mitochondrial region.

3. Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (Essential EAFM) training and TOT in Sri Lanka - Jayakody, S.; Vivekananandan, E.; Muralidharan, C.M.; Grose, C.
This report presents presentations from representatives of 12 countries, key outcomes and recommendations for the future.

4. Report on Saint Martin's Island ecosystem boundary, Bangladesh: final report
This report seeks to strengthen national capacity on managing Marine Protected Area (MPAs) in Bangladesh. St Martin's Island was used as the pilot ecosystem boundary delineation.

5. Report of the MPA exposure visit to Malaysia, 29 March-02 April, 2015
The main objective of the visit was to share the success of Marine Protected Area (MPA) management in Malaysia with Bangladeshi counterparts, representatives of donor organizations, NGOs and researchers.

6. Report of the Training Workshop on MPA Management Effectiveness Assessment Tool, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 27 and 29 April, 2015
Objectives of the workshop included; introduction to various Marine Protected Area (MPA) tools with a focus on Management Effectiveness Assessment Tool (MEAT); report on selected MPAs in Bangladesh; undertake initial assessments using MEAT; and develop workplans for other MPAs

7. Report of the final workshop on education, capacity development and monitoring in support of Bar Reef Marine Sanctuary (BRMS) management, Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka, 23 May, 2015
Objectives of the workshop included: presentation of research to stakeholders; briefing of stakeholders on project objectives, contents and activities; to get stakeholder perceptions and suggestions.

8. Socio-economic impact assessment of the shark fishing ban in Maldives - Ali, K.
Three years after a shark ban was imposed this study assesses the socio-economic impact on the former fisherfolk.

9. Seagrass conservation and monitoring in Myanmar: the biodiversity, distribution and coverage of seagrasses in the Tanintharyi and Rakhine - Soe-Htun, U.; Maung, A.; Mon, S.; Ha, S.T.; Aung, S.T.; Lwin, A.M.; Lunn, Z.
Surveys on seagrass taxonomy, distribution and extent were carried out in 14 locations within Myeik Archipelago and along the Rakhine Coast.

10. Report of the technical exchange between Thailand and Myanmar fisheries scientists on hilsa
Collaboration between Thailand and Myanmar fisheries scientists with the goal of developing an artificial breeding program to promote a sustainable Hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) fishery. This report was prepared in Thai by Mr Suttichai Rittitum and translated into English and Burmese by the SEAFDEC Secretariat.

11. Some marine toxins
The article presents some toxins of marine origin. These are tetrodotoxin from pufferfish, saxitoxins from red microalgae that mussels and shellfish ingest, and palitoxin the most toxic marine product isolated from zoonthurian Palythoa toxica.

12. Management of mangrove areas
The article discusses the management of mangrove areas in the Philippines to prevent further negative effects of mangrove depletion on the income of coastal fishers. The article suggests that the conversion of mangrove areas should be regulated by means of land lease.

13. SEAFDEC appeals - Save mangroves!
The article presents action plans that could be done to stop and prevent further degradation of the mangrove ecosystem. These action plans are: conservation, mangrove reforestation and the practice of ecologically sound aquaculture.

14. Report of the training on seagrass conservation and monitoring, Myanmar, 26 April -3 May, 2015 - Oo, U-Min; Prathep, A.; Lunn, Z.
Trainers from the region contributed theory and practical training to trainees from government departments, universities and NGOs relevant to conservation of seagrasses and monitoring methods.

15. Socio-economic monitoring report for St Martin's Island, Bangladesh
This report was based on fieldwork conducted by trainees at the Socio-economic Monitoring (SocMon) workshop held at St Martin's Island. Topics included: community infrastructure; educational services; health services; water and sewerage; coastal and marine activities; material style of life; status of women; governance; and perceptions

16. Assessment of the efficacy of Myanmar's shark reserves
A formal evaluation of the reserves efficacy was undertaken using an adapted version of the Philippines Marine Protected Area (MPA) Management Effectiveness Assessment Tool (MEAT). This report details the results and major findings of the evaluation

17. Guide to the development of Myanmar's National Plan of Action for the conservation and management of sharks
The priorities for the revised National Plan of Action include: strengthening current regulations; improved data collection of landings; identifying breeding and nursery grounds; study of ecology and biology of sharks; improved data acquisition of shark products and trade; and active enforcement at sea, landing sites and markets.

18. Ecosystem characterisation of Indian coast with special focus on the west coast - Kumar, S.P.; Ramaiah, N.; Sreepada, R.A.
CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography (CSIR-NIO), Goa, India in collaboration with CSIRO, Australia organised a 2 day national experts workshop to: pool information between fisheries and oceanography experts; verify a draft ecosystem characterisation for the east coast of India; and develop a draft ecosystem characterisation for the west coast of India.

19. An ecosystem characterisation of the Bay of Bengal - Brewer, D.; Hayes, D.; Lyne, V.; Donovan, A.; Skewes, T.; Milton, D.; Murphy, N.
This study summarises the high level drivers on ecological systems of the BOBLME. The ecological characterisation resulted in the identification of 29 subsystems. The report recommends the development of fully integrated approaches that considers human needs and the ecological system, involving stakeholders in a transparent way.

20. Strategies for sustainable use of living aquatic resources
Recommendations of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (Philippines) to conserve biodiversity, maintain the integrity of the environment, protect fishery stocks, involve fishing communities in the management, and use environment-friendly technologies for enhancing fishery production.

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