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Aquatic Commons (37.154 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.

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  1. Yemaya, No.53, February 2017


  2. Yemaya, No.52, September 2016


  3. Traditional knowledge use for the sustainable management of marine and fishing resources


    The use of traditional knowledge can be a powerful conservation tool, providing community support for conservation plans and enabling the inclusion of customary ecological management practices in their design. This study documents three experiences in Central America where traditional knowledge has been used to improve marine spatial planning and frame a new policy oriented toward shuman rights approaches to fisheries and has given better tools for the governance of community managed protected areas. With the support of the International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF), CoopeSoliDar R.L. selected the case studies (two in Costa Rica, one in Honduras) based on...

  4. SAMUDRA Report No.75, January 2017


  5. SAMUDRA Report No.74, August 2016


  6. The Journal of Diving History, Volume 23, Issue 2 (Number 83), 2015


  7. Chronic turbidity and stress in juvenile coho salmon and steelhead trout

    Redding, Joseph M.; Schreck, C.B.
    The goal of this project was to assess the general physiological responses of stress in coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch, and steelhead trout, Salmo gairdneri, with respect to suspended solids in the aquatic environment and to relate these responses to the fish's capacity to survive and perform necessary physiological functions.

  8. Review of the problem of birds contaminated by oil and their rehabilitation

    Aldrich, John W.

  9. The Journal of Diving History, Volume 23, Issue 1 (Number 82), 2015


  10. The Journal of Diving History, Volume 22, Issue 4 (Number 81), 2014


  11. The Journal of Diving History, Volume 22, Issue 3 (Number 80), 2014


  12. The Journal of Diving History, Volume 22, Issue 2 (Number 79), 2014


  13. The Journal of Diving History, Volume 22, Issue 1 (Number 78), 2014


  14. The Journal of Diving History, Volume 21, Issue 4 (Number 77), 2013


  15. Observations biologiques sur les Stomatopodes

    Serene, Raoul
    The present study deals with a systemic revision of Stomatopods belonging to the collection of the Institut Oceanographique de Nhatrang (Vietnam).

  16. Sea otter predation and the distribution of bivalve prey in the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve

    Anderson, Brian S.; Kvitek, Rikk G.
    The California sea otter population is gradually expanding in size and geographic range and is consequently invading new feeding grounds, including bays and estuaries that are home to extensive populations of bivalve prey. One such area is the Elkhorn Slough, where otters have apparently established a spring and summer communal feeding and resting area. In anticipation of future otter foraging in the slough, an extensive baseline database on bivalve densities, size distributions, biomasses, and burrow depths has been established for three potential bivalve prey species, Saxidomus nuttalli, Tresus nutallii, and Zirphaea pilsbryi. In 1986, the Elkhorn Slough otters were foraging predominately...

  17. A manual for improving fish production in Northern Zambia through integrated farming systems

    Nsonga, A.; Imelda, K.M.
    This manual was written as part of the Integrated Research in Development for Improved Livelihoods Programme in Northern Province, Zambia (IRDLP) and is primarily intended for extension agents to use with smallholder farmers engaged in semi-intensive fish farming in Northern Zambia. The IRDLP is an Irish Aid-funded project implemented by WorldFish, Harvest Plus and the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR). The goal of the IRDLP is to help improve the livelihoods, health status, and food and nutrition security of resource-poor households in the Mbala and Luwingu districts in Northern Zambia, especially women and vulnerable groups. This is achieved through...

  18. Les hapalocarcinidés du Viet-Nam

    Fize, Antoinette; Serene, Raoul
    Serene (1936) and Dawydoff (1952) reported several species of Hapalocarcinids on Indochina corals. This study does not aim to a revision of known species, but a preparatory work for next revisions. A great part of their work was dedicated to the description of species; two preliminary notes had already described 12 new species. This work interested 22 species, 6 already known, 12 already described briefly and 4 new.

  19. Les batraciens de l'Indochine

    Bourret, René
    This study on batrachians follows two previous works on Indochinese fauna, "Snakes of Indochina" and "Marine turtles of Indochina" by the same author. Hand drawings with all relevant details of every species have been included.

  20. La pêche dans le eaux douces du Cambodge

    Chevey, P.; Le Poulain, F.
    The importance of water in Cambodia's economy has always greatly impressed scientists and their work. This trend is spread over a period of more than 70 years. There were three distinct phases in the history of fishing and fish research in Cambodia. The phase of isolated workers (1865-1923), the phase of the first gathered researches, corresponding to the beginning of the work of the Oceanographic Institute of Indochina (1923-1936), and finally close cooperation phase between the Institute Oceanographic and Protectorate, inaugurated in 1936. The purpose of this 5th Memoire is exposing the knowledge on fishing activities in Cambodia in 1936.

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