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Profile for Aquatic Resources Management: Kdol Chrum, Bourei Cholsar and Sangkum Mean Chey Villages Kampong Krasaing Commune, Bourei Cholsar District, Takeo Province, Cambodia


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  • Israel, D.C.
  • Ahmed, M.
  • Thuok, N.
  • Heng, E.
  • The WorldFish Center
  • Dept of Fisheries. Cambodia


This publication is part of a collection of three profiles covering nine aquatic resources-dependent villages in the provinces of Stung Treng, Takeo and Siem Reap. The profiles are important because in most, if not all, of the aquatic-resources villages of Cambodia, critical data and information useful for planning and management are not available in a documented form. The development of the village profiles is viewed as a basic requirement for planning and overall management. It is only an initial step to identify future programs and projects related to aquatic resources. The profiles depict the present state of the villages and their aquatic resources. In general, the villages have limited infrastructure and other physical resources. In the villages of Takeo and Siem Reap, total flooding occurs in the wet season and villagers must rely on transportation by boat. In Stung Treng villages, partial flooding is also a problem as it makes the few existing roads significantly impassable during the wet season.

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This book is provided by The WorldFish Center in its series Working Papers with number 37098 and published in 2005.

ISBN: 983-2346-45-0
Handle: RePEc:wfi:wfbook:37098

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Keywords: Botanical resources; Resource management; Fishery management; Cambodia;

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  1. Israel, D.C. & Ahmed, M. & Yeo, B.H. & Hong, M.C., 2005. "Aquatic resources valuation and policies for poverty elimination in the lower Mekong basin: final report volume 1 project implementation and outcomes," Working Papers, The WorldFish Center, The WorldFish Center, number 38626.
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