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Abstract Commercial aquaculture which, for this paper, is defined as the rearing of aquatic organisms that is profit oriented and primarily by the private sector, contributes to food security, directly by producing food fish, and indirectly by generating employment, and thus, income for the...
Abstract This paper studies the problem of regulating the use of common resources in pearl culture, with special reference to Tahitian black pearl culture. Section one presents historical evidence on abnormal oyster mortality related to overexploitation of the lagoon, and describes the negative...
Abstract We evaluate the profitability and technical efficiency of aquaculture in the Philippines. Farm‐level data are used to compare two production systems corresponding to the intensive monoculture of tilapia in freshwater ponds and the extensive polyculture of shrimps and fish in brackish...
Abstract This study tested the Kuwaiti new indoor tilapia hatchery using the recirculating system, and compared its production costs with those in the flow‐through system. Breeders were stocked at 4 fish/m2 at 1: 3 male: female sex ratio. Seeds were harvested every two weeks for a period of 1.5...
Abstract This study assessed the potential to increase sales of farm‐raised tilapia through domestic restaurants in Nicaragua. Direct personal interviews were conducted with 118 restaurant managers. Information was collected on tilapia and other seafood sales, restaurant and market...
Abstract Shellfish have been farmed in Thailand for over 100 years, and during this time, traditional culture techniques have gradually given way to more sophisticated and capital intensive methods. Farmed shellfish production increased from 73,976 to 138,202 metric tonnes between 1988 and 2000....
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