Recommendation domains for pond aquaculture
AbstractThis publication introduces the methods and results of a research project that has developed a set of decision-support tools to identify places and sets of conditions for which a particular target aquaculture technology is considered feasible and therefore good to promote. The tools also identify the nature of constraints to aquaculture development and thereby shed light on appropriate interventions to realize the potential of the target areas. The project results will be useful for policy planners and decision makers in national, regional and local governments and development funding agencies, aquaculture extension workers in regional and local governments, and researchers in aquaculture systems and rural livelihoods.
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by The WorldFish Center in its series Working Papers with number 37791 and published in 2008.
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Pond culture; Freshwater aquaculture; GIS;
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