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Aquatic Commons (36,032 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. Annual Report of the Game Department for the year ended 31st December, 1947
) General (2) Legislation (3) Nets (4) Imports and Exports of Dried Fish (B) Economic:- (I) Lake Victoria (2) Lake Albert (including the Albert Nile (3) Lake Edward and Associated Fisheries (4) Lake Kyoga (5) Minor Lakes, Dams and the Victoria Nile (6) Introductions (7) Fish Transfers (8) Crocodiles:- (C) Angling Trout Nile Perch Barbel Tilapia Variabilis

2. The potential of Nakivubo swamp (papyrus wetland) in maintaining water quality of inner Murchison bay - Lake Victoria - Kansiime, F.; Nalubega, M.; Tukahirwa, E.M.; Bugenyi, F.W.B.
Nakivubo swamp (papyrus wetland) is located in the south east of the city of Kampala, Uganda. This swamp has been receiving waste water from Nakivubo channel for more than two decades. This investigation was aimed at monitoring the level of pollutants (nutrients and faecal coliforms) as the waste water filtrates through the swamp and the flow patterns of waste water through the swamp. From this preliminary investigation it was found out that the waste water is not evenly distributed over the swamp. Also high levels of pollutants seem to filtrate through the swamp and enter Inner Murchison Bay - Lake Victoria....

3. Methodology for valuing wetlands in Uganda - Luthiger, B.
The wetlands in Uganda are undergoing rapid degradation. Swamps provide a habitat for birds, fishes and other animals. They have many ecological functions and, furthermore, supply people with multiple resources, such as reeds, herbs, fish and agricultural products. Although some'uses of wetland are sustainable, others lead to rapid deterioration. The main threat to swamps are human activities. One reason for the progressive destruction of wetlands is that the people may not appreciate the existence of and the treasures represented by wetlands even if they live in arm long distance from them. Another reason is that the two most important user...

4. Marine Vertebrates and Low Frequency Sound: Technical Report for LFA EIS - Croll, Donald A.; Tershy, Bernie R.; Acevedo, Alejandro; Levin, Phil
Over the past 50 years, economic and technological developments have dramatically increased the human contribution to ambient noise in the ocean. The dominant frequencies of most human-made noise in the ocean is in the low-frequency range (defined as sound energy below 1000Hz), and low-frequency sound (LFS) may travel great distances in the ocean due to the unique propagation characteristics of the deep ocean (Munk et al. 1989). For example, in the Northern Hemisphere oceans low-frequency ambient noise levels have increased by as much as 10 dB during the period from 1950 to 1975 (Urick 1986; review by NRC 1994). Shipping...

5. Attack of the coral eaters - Surtida, Augusto P.; Ledesma, Edgar T.

6. SAMUDRA Report No.72, January 2016

7. Museums, gardens, zoos, and wildlife breeding centers in the Philippines - Bagarinao, Teodora Uy

8. Nature parks for environment education and biodiversity in the Philippines - Bagarinao, Teodora Uy

9. Nature matters: The AQD Museum and Biodiversity Garden, and the Environment Action Group - Bagarinao, Teodora Uy

10. The tungog (Ceriops tagal) industry and prospects for mangrove rehabilitation - Primavera, Jurgenne H.; Pena, Lilian de la

11. Mollusc: The public health issue - Dagoon, N. J.

12. Food safety through HACCP - Adan, R. I. Y.

13. Farming the giant clam - Surtida, Marilyn B.; Buendia, Romeo Y.

14. 'No' to cyanide fishing! - Dagoon, N.J.

15. Mangroves and aquaculture development - Dagoon, N.J.

16. Co-management and marine reserves - Surtida, Marilyn B.; Adan, R. I. Y.; Surtida, Augusto P.

17. Crocodile farming: a multi-million dollar industry - Adan, R.I.Y.
Crocodiles have a long breeding life, which ranges from 25-30 years. There are 27 species and subspecies of crocodiles throughout the world, 18 of which are in danger of extinction, the rest being threatened with declining population due to overhunting and habitat destruction. Two known crocodile species exist in the Philippines: Crocodylus mindorensis (freshwater crocodile) and C. porosus (saltwater crocodile). Killing adult crocodiles, as is being done now, drastically reduces the potential population. Moreover, toxic wastes from mines, destruction of marshes and riverine habitats, and the conversion of their natural habitats for fishponds additionally threaten their populations. Estimates indicate that...

18. Technology for the community: SEAFDEC-designed artificial reefs
An account is given of the fabrication and deployment of artificial reefs used in the SEAFDEC/AQD's Community Fishery Resource Management project, which focused on Malalison Island located in west Central Philippines. The project aimed to apply community-based techniques of fishery resource management through the collaboration of community organizations, biologists and social scientists. The 3 types of reefs (building blocks, concrete pipe culvert, and modified concrete pipe culvert) were deployed at Gui-ob reef covering an area of less than 1 ha.

19. Stock enhancement in Japan and Taiwan - Adan, R.I.Y.
Stock enhancement has been recognized as one of the essential strategies that can sustain and increase the resources of coastal fisheries. It has been practiced for over a century, with more than 100 species released to date in worldwide programs. Among the countries in Asia, Japan and Taiwan have already established the practice of stock enhancement. Details are given of the main species, number or seedstock produced and released in 1996 in Japan. The species released by the Taiwan Fisheries Research Institute 1976-1995 are also described.

20. Establishing a mangrove nursery - Sinohin, Veronica; Baconguis, Santiago
Mangroves play an important role in creating habitats for a diverse community of organisms ranging from bacteria and fungi to fishes and mammals. They grow in intertidal flats, estuaries and offshore islands. In the Philippines, mangrove forests have dramatically decreased in area since the start of the century, and therefore there is a need to reforest. However, first mangrove nurseries must be established since they serve as sources of planting materials for different mangrove species. Furthermore, nurseries would mean a sustainable source of livelihood for coastal communities because of continuous demand for propagules. A brief account is given of procedures...

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