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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 = Education

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  1. Is aquaculture the career for you?

    Paniza, J.R.

  2. Characterization of the fisheries of the major and minor lakes of Uganda and the socio-economic factors influencing fishery exploitation

    Kamanyi, R.J.
    There is growing recognition that the performance of the fisheries sector depends on the communities responsible for activities within it. These communities include fishers, processors, fish mongers, traders, local leaders, fishery administrators etc. On the basis of this, characterisation and diagnostic studies were conducted in 1995 focussing on mainly the fishers and opinion leaders on the major and some minor water bodies in Uganda. The study revealed that the desire to earn income is the driving force behind the malfishing practices experienced on Uganda fisheries. The destructive fishing gears and fishing methods as responses advanced by the fishers and opinion...

  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. Feasibility study: the methods and approaches to implementing a SEREAD teacher training programme in BOBLME countries

    Wicks, L.
    Objectives included a desk-top feasibility study to explore opportunities to adapt the Scientific Educational Resources and Experience Associated with the Deployment of Argo profiling floats in the South Pacific Ocean (SEREAD) to BOBLME country schools.The programme included teacher resources on climate change and facilitating interactions between scientists, students and teachers.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. Education and awareness programme on marine protected area management, Bar Reef Marine Sanctuary, Sri Lanka


    The objectives of the education programme included: making the fishing community and the younger generation aware of the importance of conserving marine resources; to obtain their suggestions and opinions; and to identify gaps and needs to strengthen local participation.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. The Gulf of Mannar and it's surroundings: a resource book for teachers in the Mannar District


    A resource book for teachers in the Mannar District.

  11. Report of the training course on integrated coastal management in the Bay of Bengal, Chonburi, Thailand, 20-24 October, 2014


    Participants consisted of 25 middle and junior level personnel from BOBLME countries. Modules included: Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) concept and principles; ICM development and implementation; indicators of good practice; and action planning.

  12. Report of the training in database and spatial analysis for Marine Protected Areas staff in Indonesia's BOBLME region, Medan, Indonesia, 30 June-4 July, 2015


    Training included: Geographic Information System (GIS)concept and software; Global Positioning System (GPS); Ecological Gap Analysis and Marine Protected Area (MPA) design using Marine Reserve Design using Spatially Explicit Annealing (MARXAN); and cartography.

  13. Report of the pilot Essential EAFM course, Samut Prakan, Thailand, 20-25 January, 2014

    Capezzuoli, Silvia; Cabungcal, Romy; Geronimo, Rollan; Kamal, M.M.
    This course, co-hosted by South East Asian Fisheries Development Centre (SEAFDEC), was a refined version of the pilot course held in Malaysia in June 2013. Participants were exposed to concepts and information about Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) using a structured, participatory method of delivery. The learning strategy involved specifically designed exercises, using real examples, to consolidate learning. Daily monitoring and reviews were conducted together with pre-and post-course assessment.

  14. Report of the training programme on Essential Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM): developing capacity in the EAFM, Chennai, India, 11-16 August, 2014


    Participants were exposed to concepts and information about EAFM using a structured, participatory method of delivery. The learning strategy involved specifically designed exercises, using real examples, to consolidate learning. Daily monitoring and reviews were conducted together with pre-and post-course assessment.

  15. Report of the essential EAFM training course, Chittagong, Bangladesh, 12-20 November, 2014


    Participants were exposed to concepts and information about Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) using a structured, participatory method of delivery. The learning strategy involved specifically designed exercises, using real examples, to consolidate learning. Daily monitoring and reviews were conducted together with pre-and post-course assessment.

  16. Report of the postgraduate certificate course on integrated coastal management, Bangkok, Thailand, 21 January - 1 March, 2013


    Student projects included: conservation and protection of critical coral habitats in Phuket; assessing the carrying capacity on conservation and protection strategies; proactive stakeholder strategy to tackle an environmental threat; improving the environmental management through participation and sustainable freshwater management. All of these projects were conducted on Racha Yai Island in Phuket.

  17. Report of the training course on seagrass conservation and monitoring in Myanmar Coastal Zone, Mawlamyine University, Myanmar, 26 April-3 May, 2013

    Htun, U-Soe; Prathep, Anchana; Lunn, Zau
    A training course on seagrass conservation and monitoring was conducted at Mawlamyine University and Ngapali Beach government department and Non-Government Organizations (NGO) trainees.

  18. Training of Trainers (ToT) in essential EAFM, 30 June - 3 July, 2013, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

    Capezzuoli, Silvia; Grose, Chris
    This built upon the previous Essential EAFM course. Participants were exposed to concepts about adult learning, course preparation,, participation engagement and how to deliver and manage interactive training sessions.

  19. Report of the pilot EAFM course, 23-28 June, 2013, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

    Capezzuoli, Silvia; Grose, Chris
    Participants were exposed to concepts and information about EAFM using a structured, participatory method of delivery. The learning strategy involved pre- and post-course assessment as well as 4-6 month follow up at outcome level to assess improves EAFM practices. The report outlines methodology details of content and the daily feedback process.

  20. Report of the multi-stakeholder consultation workshop for developing a draft plan for the implementation of "Ecosystem Health Card approach for Chilika Lake", 13 September, [2013], Odisha, India


    The Chilika Health report Card is based on three categories: water quality, fisheries and biodiversity.

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