Management Documents

Why a Mekong Fisheries network Newsletter?  

Why a Mekong Fisheries network Newsletter?


Published by: MRC -
Uploaded on: Mar 2006
File size: 194 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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Mekong Giant Fish Species: on Their Management and Biology  

Mekong Giant Fish Species: on Their Management and Biology


Published by: Mekong River Commission -
Uploaded on: Mar 2006
File size: 749 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Biology , Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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Strengthening Capacities as a Major Element of Aquatic Resource Co managementA case from the Lower Mekong Basin  

Strengthening Capacities as a Major Element of Aquatic Resource Co-managementA case from the Lower Mekong Basin

Co-management of inland fisheries is now widely accepted as a promising strategy for inland fisheries development by all governments of the Lower Mekong Basin.

Published by: First Souteast Asian Water Forum -
Uploaded on: Jul 2005
File size: 64 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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Stock Enhancement as a Major Element of Reservoir Fisheries Management  

Stock Enhancement as a Major Element of Reservoir Fisheries Management

For poor local communities throughout the riparian countries, reservoir fisheries are an important source of food and family income.


Uploaded on: Jun 2006
File size: 868 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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Fisheries in the Lower Mekong Basin: Status and Perspectives  

Fisheries in the Lower Mekong Basin: Status and Perspectives


Published by: Mekong River Commission -
Uploaded on: Mar 2006
File size: 4.2 MB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Aquaculture , Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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Status of the Mekong Pangasianodon hypophthalmus resources, with special reference to the stock shared between Cambodia and Viet NamMekong Fisheries M  

Status of the Mekong Pangasianodon hypophthalmus resources, with special reference to the stock shared between Cambodia and Viet NamMekong Fisheries M

Reports that the average size of the Mekong catfish (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus) in the catches of some dai fisheries is declining has raised concerns that this valuable resource is at risk from overexploitation.1.At a conservative estimate, the annual catch in Cambodia alone exceeds 2,000 tonnes.


Uploaded on: Dec 2008
File size: 329 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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Giant Catfish in Cambodian Dai Fisheries  

Giant Catfish in Cambodian Dai Fisheries


Published by: MRC -
Uploaded on: Mar 2006
File size: 312 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Biology , Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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Ghost Fishing in Laos  

Ghost Fishing in Laos


Published by: MRC -
Uploaded on: Mar 2006
File size: 201 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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Report from Laos: Establishment of NARI  

Report from Laos: Establishment of NARI


Published by: MRC -
Uploaded on: Mar 2006
File size: 305 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries , Management , Socio-Economics
Category: Biota

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Inland Fisheries Co Management: What Next For Viet Nam?  

Inland Fisheries Co-Management: What Next For Viet Nam?

Natural resources co-management by local users, concerned local governments, and other stakeholders that pays particular attention to the role of the users in resource management has been strongly encouraged by many projects in Viet Nam in recent years.


Uploaded on: Jun 2006
File size: 180 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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