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    Aquaculture vis-a-vis agriculture

    Description
    This short article examines the effects aquaculture has on agriculture through a study on rice fields skirting three shrimp farms and finds that aquaculture and agriculture can coexist in coastal areas if there are buffer zones between them. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2000.
    Author
    S. A. Khan; P. Lyla; N. Veerappan; S. Rajagopal
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/aq1.pdf
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    Causes of fish depletion - a factor analysis approach

    Description
    This article summarizes the results a study conducted in 54 wetlands across 13 districts of Assam, India to evaluate the causes of fish depletion. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2005.
    Author
    T. K. Deka; M. M. Goswami; M. Kakati
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/na_2326.pdf
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    Community-based aquaculture in India - strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats

    Description
    This brief research article reviews the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT analysis) of aquaculture programs run by common interest groups working together in India. It also includes an overview of the principles of community-based aquaculture, its resource potential, problem identification for technology implementation and impact assessment. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2001.
    Author
    Radheyshyam
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/Naga24-1&2/pdf/aquabyte%201.pdf
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    Comparative study of quantitative and cartographic techniques of banana crop concentration in Raver Tehsil of Jalgaon District (M.S., India)

    Description
    This article examines banana crop concentration in the Jalgaon district of India using quantitative and cartographic methods and compares the two techniques. The article was published in the Journal of Geography and Geology; Vol. 4, No. 2; 2012.
    Author
    Misrilal B Chavan; Shri Kailas S Nile
    Publisher
    Canadian Center of Science and Education
    http://ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/17351
  5. Title

    Conservation tillage promises more profitable and sustainable farms Â…and lower greenhouse gas emissions

    Description
    This article discusses the use, challenges and benefits of conservation tillage and zero tillage with reference to increasing productivity and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Use of these technologies in India is mentioned briefly. The article was published in Development Outreach, a journal managed by the World Bank Institute, in October 2008.
    Author
    Irina Klytchnikova
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/4563
  6. Title

    Development of giant freshwater prawn broodstock

    Description
    This short article reports on a study which attempted to improve the success of a giant freshwater prawn hatchery through increasing the quality and quantity of broodstock by developing the broodstock near a hatchery to be used for seed production throughout the year. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2000.
    Author
    K. N. Mohanta
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/aq3.pdf
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    Diversification of aquaculture for empowerment to fisheries through Institution Village Linkage Programme (IVLP) in Kerala, India

    Description
    This article describes the implementation of the Institution Village Linking Programme (IVLP) in Elamkunnapuzha, India, which assessed and refined the technologies of the coastal agro ecosystems. It also discusses the resulting yield and benefits. Particular emphasis was put on marginal and small farmers and women for poverty alleviation and equity. This article was originally published in in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2006.
    Author
    R. Sathiadhas; J. Joseph; S. Jerson
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/na_2369.pdf
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    From drawing board to dining table: the success story of the GIFT project

    Description
    This article describes the Genetic Improvement of Farmed Tilapia (GIFT) project, which involved the development of methods for genetic enhancement of tropical finfish using Nile tilapia as a test species, and describes the impacts of the project on the adoption of these methods for other species and the dissemination of improved breeds in several countries in Asia and the Pacific. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2004.
    Author
    M. V. Gupta; B. O. Acosta
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/naga27-3n4/pdf/article01.pdf
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    Future for fish in the food and livelihoods of the poor in Asia

    Description
    This article describes the Fish Supply and Demand in Asia project which profiled key technologies in aquaculture and fisheries; analysed policies, the institutional environment and the support services to assess policy options; drew a socioeconomic profile of major stakeholders in the sectors; analysed projections for fish supply and demand in Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam; and formulated action plans based on the findings. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2004.
    Author
    M. Briones; M. M. Dey; M. Ahmed
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/na_2321.pdf
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    Genetic diversity in wild stocks of the giant freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii): implications for aquaculture and conservation

    Description
    This article discusses the potential use of wild stocks of giant freshwater prawns as a method of improving the genetics of culture stocks and studies the extent and patterns of genetic diversity in wild giant freshwater prawn stocks to assist decisions about the direction of future breeding programs. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2003.
    Author
    P. B. Mather; M. de Bruyn
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/naga26-4/pdf/naga-26-4-article1.pdf
  11. Title

    Impact of industrial shut down and land use change in Chaliyar Basin

    Description
    This article examines the impact of industrial shutdown on change in land use using as a case study the rayon industry in Mavoor, India. Land use change was examined both locally and regionally. The article was published in the Journal of Geography and Geology Vol. 3, No. 1; September 2011.
    Author
    Asima Nusrath; A M Shabeer
    Publisher
    Canadian Center of Science and Education
    http://ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/12000
  12. Title

    Industrial location in developing countries

    Description
    This article discusses the determinants of industry location in developing countries. It considers: factors that influence the location decisions of firms and policies used to influence relocation to achieve regional development objectives. Micro-data on the location of firms in India and Indonesia is examined. The article was published in The World Bank Research Observer, vol. 23, no. 2 (Fall 2008).
    Author
    Uwe Deichmann; Somik V Lall; Stephen J Redding; Anthony J Venables
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/4421
  13. Title

    Integrating fish into seasonally flooded rice fields: on-farm trials in Assam, India

    Description
    This article describes two on-farm experiments for integrating rice cultivation and fish production with the intent of contributing to the understanding of how raising fish can improve rice yields, rice-ecosystems and farm incomes. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2006.
    Author
    U. K. Baruah; B. Chetia Borah
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/na_2350.pdf
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    Integration of freshwater prawn culture with rice farming in Kuttanad, India

    Description
    This article discusses the potential integration of paddy cultivation with prawn/fish culture to effectively utilize the vast embanked coastal flood plains in Kuttanad, India. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2002.
    Author
    B. M. Kurup; K. Ranjeet
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/Naga25-3&4/pdf/NAGA_25no3n4_features_c.pdf
  15. Title

    Pen fish culture in reservoirs - an alternative to land based nurseries

    Description
    This article describes an experiment to rear carp seed that was carried out in Tamil Nadu, India which aimed to standardize pen fish rearing technology for production of stocking material of desired size at a lower cost as a cheaper alternative to expensive land-based nursery ponds. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2005.
    Author
    V. K. Murugesan; S. Manoharan; R. Palaniswamy
    Publisher
    The WorldBank Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/na_2328.pdf
  16. Title

    Rill hydraulics: an experimental study on gully basin in lateritic upland of Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, India

    Description
    This article reports a study of the relationship between the morphologic and hydraulic characteristics of rills. The study mapped a rill network in West Bengal, India. It examined the relative importance of roughness coefficients, slope gradients and width-depth ratios in controlling flow velocity. The article was published in the Journal of Geography and Geology; Vol. 4, No. 4; 2012.
    Author
    Pravat Kumar Shit; Ramkrishna Maiti
    Publisher
    Canadian Center of Science and Education
    http://ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/19448
  17. Title

    Small-scale rural aquaculture in Assam, India - a case study

    Description
    This article discusses a project carried out in Assam, India, with a group of resource poor tribal farmers that revealed that a production of about 1800 kg/ha/yr could be achieved from small seasonal homestead ponds through integrated use of locally available biological resources. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2006.
    Author
    S. K. Das
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/na_2349.pdf

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