Documents of category Biota

Incorporating Fisher's Local Knowledge into Geographical Information System for fisheries management in the Mekong River: a case study of Siphandon ar  

Incorporating Fisher's Local Knowledge into Geographical Information System for fisheries management in the Mekong River: a case study of Siphandon ar

There is little information available on application of GIS to inland fisheries.Most research of this type has been conducted in marine environments.Most indigenous knowledge, such as fish habitats, fish species, gear use and environmental change is descriptive.

Published by: Living Aquatic Resources Research Center (LARReC), Vientiane Lao PDR -
Uploaded on: Jan 2007
File size: 1.7 MB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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Tonle Sap Fisheries: A Case Study on Floodplain Gillnet Fisheries in Siem Reap, Cambodia  

Tonle Sap Fisheries: A Case Study on Floodplain Gillnet Fisheries in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Gillnet fishing makes up a substantial part of the inland fisheries in Cambodia, which are important to food security and to the national economy.The Tonle Sap ecosystem is one of the most productive in the world.


Uploaded on: Nov 2006
File size: 2.9 MB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries
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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Using Local Knowledge to Inventory Deep Pools, Important Fish Habitats in Cambodia  

Using Local Knowledge to Inventory Deep Pools, Important Fish Habitats in Cambodia

The Mekong River is the largest river in Southeast Asia and it supports a major inland fishery.The river flows through Cambodia for about 500 kms, traversing four provinces.Important fisheries habitats include deep pools, rapids, floodplains and associated wetlands.


Uploaded on: Jun 2006
File size: 1.5 MB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Assessment , Fisheries
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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Monitoring Sales of Fish and other Aquatic Animals at Retail Markets in Phnom Penh, Cambodia  

Monitoring Sales of Fish and other Aquatic Animals at Retail Markets in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital city has a population of over one million people, of which about 700,000 live in the main central urban area.Inland fish and other aquatic animals are sold at 29 main markets that are supplied from several landing sites and from other diverse sources.


Uploaded on: Jun 2006
File size: 516 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Assessment , Fisheries
Category: Biota

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The dai trey linh fishery on the Tonle Touch(Touch River), southeast Cambodia  

The dai trey linh fishery on the Tonle Touch(Touch River), southeast Cambodia

The dai trey linh fishery is a previously unstudied bag-net (or stationary trawl) fishery that has operated since 1981 on a distributary river system east of the Mekong near the border with Viet Nam.


Uploaded on: Jun 2006
File size: 403 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Assessment , Fisheries
Category: Biota

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Hydrology, Habitat and Livelihoods on the Floodplains of Southern Lao  

Hydrology, Habitat and Livelihoods on the Floodplains of Southern Lao

This paper examines the relationship between hydrology, floodplain habitat and livelihoods of people living in the catchment of the Xe Bang Hieng and Xe Kong rivers of southern Lao PDR.


Uploaded on: Jun 2006
File size: 485 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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Participation In Fisheries Co Management In Kandal Province, Cambodia  

Participation In Fisheries Co-Management In Kandal Province, Cambodia

Policy reform of fisheries management provides a good opportunity for local users to participate in the running of fisheries and to achieve the goals of protection, conservation, development and sustainable use of this resource.


Uploaded on: Jun 2006
File size: 377 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Fisheries , Management
Category: Biota

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