WorldFish Naga Journal Articles List

1. Impact evaluation of community-based coastal resource management projects in the Philippines. NAGA 19 (4): 9-12 1996 / Pomeroy, R.S. ; Pollnac, R.B. ; Predo, C.D. ; Katon, B.M.
2. Age- or length-based methods of growth estimation. What drives the choice?. NAGA 26(2): 4-7 2003 / Pilling, G.M. ; Halls, A.S.
3. Pawpaw seed as fertility control agent on male Nile tilapia. NAGA 26(2): 8-10 2003 / Ekanemm, S.B. ; Okoronkwo, T.E.
4. Length-weight relationship of some deep-sea fish inhabiting the continental slope beyond 250m depth along the west coast of India. NAGA 26(2): 17-21 2003 / Thomas, J. ; Venu, S. ; Kurup, B.M.
5. Incidence of human pathogenic bacteria in shrimp feeds - a study from India. NAGA 26(2): 22-24 2003 / Raghavan, R.P.
6. The cost of action: CRM investment in the Philippines. NAGA 26(2): 25-29 2003 / Salamanca, A.M.
7. Stock evaluation and development of a breeding program for common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in Karnataka, India: progress of a research project. NAGA 26(2): 30-32 2003 / Basavaraju, Y. ; Penman, D.J. ; Mair, G.C.
8. Investing in Africa: the WorldFish Center's African strategy in summary. NAGA 26(3): 4-8 2003 / Dugan, P.
9. Potential for the development of aquaculture in Africa. NAGA 26(3): 9-13 2003 / Jamu, D.M. ; Ayinla, O.A.
10. Local solutions to challenges of West Indian Ocean fisheries development. NAGA 26(3): 14-17 2003 / Elst, R. van der
11. Valuing Africa's inland fisheries: overview of current methodologies with an emphasis on livelihood analysis. NAGA 26(3): 18-21 2003 / Bene, C. ; Neiland, A.E.
12. River fisheries in Africa: their relationship to flow regimes. NAGA 26(3): 22-26 2003 / Welcomme, R.L.
13. FishBase species profile: Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822) North African catfish. NAGA 26(3): 27 2003 / WorldFish Center FishBase Project Team
14. Using ReefBase to create customized maps. NAGA 26(3): 28-30 2003 / ReefBase team
15. Potential of genetics for aquaculture development in Africa. NAGA 26(3): 31-35 2003 / Changadeya, W. ; Malekano, L.B. ; Ambali, A.J.D.
16. Genetic diversity in wild stocks of the giant freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii): implications for aquaculture and conservation. NAGA 26(4): 4-7 2003 / Mather, P.B. ; de Bruyn, M.
17. Indicators for the management of coral reefs and their applications to marine protected areas. NAGA (Vol. 27, No. 1 & 2) Jan-Jun 2004 2005 / Ablan, M.C.A. ; McManus, J.W. ; Viswanathan, K. WorldFish Center
18. A post-tsunami assessment of coastal living resources of Langkawi Archipelago, Peninsular Malaysia. NAGA 28(1/2):17-22 2005 / Lee, Y.L. ; Affendi, Y.A. ; Tajuddin, B.H. ; Yusuf, Y.B. ; Kee Alfan, A.A. ; Anuar, E.A.
19. Remote sensing and field assessment of tsunami effects on coastal pond aquaculture in northern Sumatra. NAGA 29(3/4) 2006 pp. 4-9 2006 / Kam S.P. ; Liew, S.C. ; Muchlisin, Z.A. ; Chen, P. WorldFish Center
20. Fisheries rehabilitation in post-tsunami Aceh: Status and needs from participatory appraisals. NAGA 29(3/4) 2006 pp. 19-30 2006 / Garces, L. ; Tewfik, A. ; Pido, M. ; Fatan, N. ; Adhuri, D. ; Andrew, N.L. ; Dey, M.
21. Perspectives from Agriculture: Advances in livestock breeding-Implications for aquaculture genetics. NAGA 29(3/4):39-45 2006 / Nguyen, N.H. ; Ponzoni, R.W. WorldFish Center
22. Relative Importance of Various Predators in Clarias gariepinus Fry Mortality in Cameroon. NAGA 29(3/4):74-77 2006 / Sulem S.Y. ; Brummett, R.E. WorldFish Center
23. Mangrove Rehabilitation in the West coast of Aceh - Issues and Perspectives. NAGA 29(3/4) 2006 pp. 10-18) 2006 / Kanagaratnam, U. ; Schwarz, A.M. ; Adhuri, D. ; Dey, M.M.
24. Ongoing rehabilitation of coastal communities in Aceh province : a new project. Naga 29(3/4) 2006 pp. 36-38 2006 / Garces, L. ; Dey, M.
25. Indicators for management of coral reefs and their applications to marine protected areas. Naga 27(1-2): 31-39 2004 / Ablan, M.C.A. ; McManus, J.W. ; Viswanathan, K.
26. The GCRMN - coordinating coral reef monitoring efforts for effective management. Naga 27(1-2): 40-41 2004 / Tun, K. ; Wilkinson, C.
27. Catching and rearing postlarval cleaner shrimp for the aquarium trade: results from a WorldFish Center project in Solomon Islands. Naga 27(1-2): 42-48 2004 / Hair, C. ; Warren, R. ; Tewaki, A. ; Haro, C. ; Phillips, W.
28. A global protocol for monitoring of coral bleaching. Naga 27(1-2): 49-53 2004 / Oliver, J. ; Setiasih, N. ; Marshall, P. ; Hansen, L.
29. SEACORM Net - Southeast Asia's coral reef monitoring network. Naga 27(1-2): 54 2004 / Tun, K. ; Chou, L.M.
30. Feasibility of fisheries co-management in Africa. Naga 27(1-2): 60-64 2004 / Khan, A.S. ; Mikkola, H. ; Brummett, R.
31. From drawing board to dining table: the success story of the GIFT project. Naga 27(3-4): 4-14 2004 / Gupta, M.V. ; Acosta, B.O.
32. Women in the December 26 Tsunami: how have they coped; how can we help?. NAGA 28(1/2): 13-16 2005 / Choo, P.S.
33. A Low-level Geographic Information System for coastal zone management, with applications to Brunei Darussalam: Part I: The concept and its design elements. NAGA 20 (2): 41-45 1997 / Pauly, D. ; Gayanilo, F.C., Jr. ; Silvestre, G.
34. Tropical stock assessment packages for programmable calculators and microcomputers. ICLARM Newsl. 4 (3): 10-13 1981 / Pauly, D.
35. Simple broodstock management to control indirect selection and inbreeding: Indian carp example. NAGA 14 (2): 13-14 1991 / Eknath, A.E.
36. Approaches to national fish breeding programs: pointers from a tilapia pilot study. NAGA 14 (2): 10-12 1991 / Eknath, A.E. ; Bentsen, H.B. ; Gjerde, B. ; Tayamen, M.M. ; Abella, T.A. ; Gjedrem, T. ; Pullin, R.S.V.
37. Biochemical and morphometric approaches to characterize farmed tilapias. NAGA 14 (2): 7-9 1991 / Eknath, A.E. ; Macaranas, J.M. ; Agustin, L.Q. ; Velasco, R.R. ; Ablan, M.C.A. ; Pante, M.J.R. ; Pullin, R.S.V.
38. The Genetic Improvement of Farmed Tilapias (GIFT) project: the story so far. NAGA 14 (2): 3-6 1991 / Pullin, R.S.V. ; Eknath, A.E. ; Gjedrem, T. ; Tayamen, M.M. ; Macaranas, J.M. ; Abella, T.A.
39. The South China Sea: analyzing fisheries catch data in an ecosystem context. NAGA 14 (4): 7-9 1991 / Christensen, V. ; Pauly, D.
40. FISHBASE: assembling information on fish. NAGA 14 (4): 10-11 1991 / Pauly, D. ; Froese, R.
41. Low external input sustainable aquaculture for Bangladesh: an operational framework. NAGA 15 (3): 9-12 1992 / Lightfoot, C. ; Gupta, M.V. ; Ahmed, M.
42. Fish marketing in the Philippines: is the "suki" symbiotic or parasitic?. NAGA 15 (3): 13-14 1992 / Pomeroy, R.S.
43. SUNLIGHT: a computer program for calculation of daily solar radiation. NAGA 15 (3): 30-31 1992 / Prein, M. ; Gayanilo, F.C., Jr.
44. Economic policies and the sustainable development of coastal resources in the Philippines. NAGA 15 (3): 36-38 1992 / Padilla, J.E. ; De los Angeles, M.S.
45. Coral reef management in Thailand. NAGA 15 (3): 40-42 1992 / Garces, L.R.
46. ReefBase - a global database of coral reef systems and their resources. NAGA 17 (1): 16 1994 / McManus, J.
47. Mapping point data in geographic information systems. NAGA 17 (1): 21 1994 / Paw, J.
48. Training in African aquaculture development. NAGA 17 (2): 4-6 1994 / Brummett, R.E.
49. Common property regimes. NAGA 17 (2): 37-38 1994 / Pomeroy, R.S.
50. How science serves fisheries management. NAGA 17 (3): 13-14 1994 / Williams, M.J.
51. How can research best serve the needs of aquaculture in subsaharan Africa?. NAGA 17 (3): 15-17 1994 / Brummett, R.E.
52. Integrated resources management, integrated agriculture-aquaculture and the African farmer. NAGA 18 (1): 12-14 1995 / Brummett, R.E.
53. Aquaculture potential of seahorses and pipefishes. NAGA 18(1): 20-21 1995 / Prein, M.
54. Weed control by adult and juvenile tilapia Tilapia rendalli in rainfed ponds. NAGA 18 (1): 25-28 1995 / Brummett, R.E.
55. Length-weight relationships of fishes from tributaries of the Volta River, Ghana Part 1: Analysis of pooled data sets. NAGA 18 (1): 36-38 1995 / Entsua-Mensah ; Osei-Abunyewa, A. ; Palomares, M.L.D.
56. Collaborative training program in coastal management in the Philippines: a local initiative with a global perspective. NAGA 18 (2): 10-11 1995 / Balgos, M.C.
57. Applying systems ecology to the analysis of integrated agriculture-aquaculture farms. NAGA 18 (2): 15-19 1995 / Dalsgaard, J.P.T.
58. Towards improved linkage between research and management in marine fisheries. NAGA 18 (3): 15-18 1995 / Pido, M.D.
59. Growth and sustainability of aquaculture. NAGA 18 (3): 19-20 1995 / Pullin, R.S.V.
60. Insights into the ecological performance of agroecosystems with ECOPATH II. NAGA 18 (3): 26-27 1995 / Dalsgaard, J.P.T. ; Oficial, R.T.
61. Fish production, catches and the carrying capacity of the world oceans. NAGA 18 (3): 34-40 1995 / Christensen, V. ; Pauly, D.
62. The context of smallholding integrated aquaculture in Malawi: a case study of SubSaharan Africa. NAGA 18 (4): 8-10 1995 / Brummett, R.E.
63. ReefBase 1.0: a global coral reef database on CD. NAGA 19 (2): 22 1996 / Kesner, K.P.N.
64. Announcing the release of FishBase 96. NAGA 19 (2): 23 1996 / Pauly, D. ; Froese, R.
65. Ecological modeling for all. NAGA 19 (2): 25-26 1996 / Christensen, V. ; Pauly, D.
66. Improving Shepherd's Length Composition Analysis (SLCA) method for growth parameter estimations. NAGA 18 (4): 31-33 1995 / Pauly, D. ; Arreguin-Sanchez, F.
67. Rehabilitating fished ecosystems: insights from the past. NAGA 19 (3): 13-14 1996 / Pauly, D. ; Christensen, V.
68. The Network of Tropical Aquaculture Scientists (NTAS) : 1987-1996. NAGA 19 (3): 27-31 1996 / Bimbao, M.A.P. ; Pullin, R.S.V.
69. On editing a newsletter (such as Fishbyte) . NAGA 19 (3): 34-36 1996 / Pauly, D.
70. Species selection for smallholder aquaculture. NAGA 19 (4): 19-22 1996 / Brummett, R.E.
71. Diet composition and daily ration estimates of selected trawl-caught fishes in San Miguel Bay, Philippines. NAGA 20 (2): 35-40 1997 / Palomares, M.L.D. ; Garces, L.R. ; Sia, Q.P. III ; Vega, M.J.M.
72. A Low-level Geographic Information System for coastal zone management, with application to Brunei Darussalam. Part II:: Economic analysis of trawling in Brunei Darussalam. NAGA 20 (3/4): 31-36 1997 / Cruz-Trinidad, A. ; Silvestre, G. ; Pauly, D.
73. Fish for the poor under a rising global demand and changing fishery regime. NAGA 20 (3/4): 73-76; 88-93 1997 / Ahmed, M.
74. A low-level geographic information system for coastal zone management with applications to Brunei Darussalam: Part III:: simulation and tracking oil spills. NAGA 21 (1): 41-43 1998 / Gayanilo, F.C., Jr. ; Silvestre, G.T. ; Pauly, D.
75. A process for community-based fisheries co-management. NAGA 21 (1): 71-75 1998 / Pomeroy, R.S.
76. Assessment of the impact of aquatic resources research by ICLARM: scope and methodologies. NAGA 22 (2): 4-10 1999 / Ahmed, M. ; Dey, M.M. ; Williams, M.J.
77. The coelacanth in FishBase. NAGA 22 (2): 22-25 1999 / Reyes, R.B., Jr.
78. Fish consumption pattern in major freshwater fisheries provinces of Cambodia. NAGA 22 (2): 27-31 1999 / Ahmed, M. ; Navy, H. ; Vuthy, L. ; Santos, R.A.V.
79. The eggs of marine crabs - an unexploited resource. NAGA 23 (3): 4-5 2000 / Radhakrishnan, C.K.
80. Conservation and management of marine fishery resources of Kerala State, India. NAGA 23 (3): 6-9 2000 / Vijayan, V. ; Edwin, L. ; Ravindran, K.
81. Aquaculture vis-a-vis agriculture. NAGA 23 (3): 10-12 2000 / Khan, S.A. ; Lyla, P. ; Veerappan, N. ; Rajagopal, S.
82. Involvement of rural women in aquaculture: an innovative approach. NAGA 23 (3): 13-16 2000 / Shaleesha, A. ; Stanley, V.A.
83. Development of giant freshwater prawn broodstock. NAGA 23 (3): 18-20 2000 / Mohanta, K.N.
84. Using eye lens diameter as age indicator of young Lithognathus mormyrus and Diplodus vulgaris. NAGA 23 (3): 21-22 2000 / Conides, A.J. ; Al-Hassan, L.A.J.
85. Length-weight relationships of demersal fishes from the upper continental slope off Colombia. NAGA 23 (3): 23-25 2000 / Diaz, L.S. ; Roa, A. ; Garcia, C.B. ; Acero, A. ; Navas, G.
86. Length-weight relationship of five serranids from Palawan Island, Philippines. NAGA 23 (3): 26-28 2000 / Gonzales, B.J. ; Palla, H.P. ; Mishina, H.
87. Fish farming through community partiicipation in Assam. NAGA 23 (3): 29-32 2000 / Goswami, M. ; Sathiadhas, R.
88. Monoclonal antibodies in fish and shellfish health management in India. NAGA 23 (4): 10-12 2000 / Shankar, K.M. ; Mohan, C.V. ; Anil, T.M. ; Vidhya, R.
89. Effect of substituting animal protein sources with soybean meal in diets of Oreochromis karongae (Trewavas 1941) . NAGA 23 (4): 13-15 2000 / Nyirenda, J. ; Mwabumba, M. ; Kaunda, E. ; Sales, J.
90. Physico-chemical factors and bacteria in fish ponds. NAGA 23 (4): 16-20 2000 / Jun, X. ; Xiuzheng, F. ; Tongbing, Y.
91. Population parameters of small pelagic fishes caught off Tawi-Tawi, Philippines. NAGA 23 (4): 21-26 2000 / Aripin, I.E. ; Showers, P.A.T.
92. Length-weight relationship of marine fish species off Sao Sebastiao system, Sao Paulo, Souteastern Brazil. NAGA 23 (4): 27-29 2000 / Muto, E.Y. ; Soares, L.S.H. ; Wongtschowski, C.L.D.B.R.
93. Length-weight relationship of small pelagic fish species of the southeast and South Brazilian Exclusive Economic Zone. NAGA 23 (4): 30-32 2000 / Bernardes, R.A. ; Wongtschowski, C.L.D.B.R.
94. Socioeconomic characteristics of payang seine (lampara) and driftnet fisheries in West Sumatra, Indonesia. NAGA 23 (4): 33-37 2000 / Zen, L.W. ; Tai, S.Y. ; Raja Abdullah, N.M.
95. Progress towards providing Fijian farmers with a better tilapia strain: evaluation of the GIFT fish in Fiji. NAGA 23 (4): 46-49 2000 / Mather, P.B. ; Nandlal, S.
96. Twenty sea cucumbers from seas around India. NAGA 24 (1/2): 4-8 2001 / James, D.B.
97. Community-based aquaculture in India- strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. NAGA 24 (1/2): 9-12 2001 / Radheyshyam
98. Factors determining spawning success in Penaeus monodon Fabricius. NAGA 24 (1/2): 13-15 2001 / Babu, M. ; Ravi, C. ; Marian, M.P. ; Kitto, M.R.
99. Length-weight relationships of Penaeus monodon reared in semi-intensive culture systems of Kerala, India. NAGA 24 (1/2): 16-17 2001 / Prasad, G.
100. In vitro comparison of zeolite (Clinoptilolite) and activated carbon as ammonia absorbants in fish culture. NAGA 24 (1/2): 18-20 2001 / Emadi, H. ; Nezhad, J.E. ; Pourbagher, H.
101. Low cost murrel seed production technique for fish farmers. NAGA 24 (1/2): 21-22 2001 / Marimuthu, K. ; Haniffa, M.A. ; Muruganandam, M. ; Arockia Raj, A.J.
102. A review of length-weight relationships of fishes from Greek marine waters. NAGA 24 (1/2): 23-39 2001 / Stergiou, K.I. ; Moutopoulos, D.K.
103. Growth studies of sciaenids from Mumbai waters using the Bhattacharya method. NAGA 24 (1/2): 40-41 2001 / Chakraborty, S.K.
104. Markets, marketing and production issues for aquaculture in East Africa: the case of Uganda. NAGA 24 (1/2): 42-51 2001 / Jagger, P. ; Pender, J.
105. Aquaculture genetics research and issues in INGA member countries/institutions. NAGA 24 (1/2): 61-65 2001 / Gupta, M.V. ; Acosta, B.O.
106. Management of wetland resources in the lower Mekong Basin: issues and future directions. NAGA 24 (3-4): 4-10 2001 / Torell, M ; Salamanca, A.M. ; Ahmed, M.
107. The half-lives of biological activity of some pesticides in water. NAGA 24 (3-4): 11-13 2001 / Kyaw, M.O.
108. A note on monoculture of Penaeus monodon in a hardwater seasonal pond. NAGA 24 (3-4): 14-15 2001 / Athithan, S. ; Francis, T. ; Ramanathan, N. ; Ramadhas, V.
109. White spot viral disease in penaeid shrimp-a review. NAGA 24 (3-4): 16-22 2001 / Sangamaheswaran, A.P. ; Jeyaseelan, M.J.P.
110. An annotated checklist of freshwater fishes of Armenia. NAGA 24 (3-4): 23-29 2001 / Gabrielyan, B.K.
111. Growth and emigration of white shimp, Litopenaeus vannamei, in the Mar Muerto Lagoon, Southern Mexico. NAGA 24 (3-4): 30-34 2001 / Medina-Reyna, C.E.
112. A database for the industrial trawl fishery of Cote d'Ivoire. NAGA 24 (3-4): 35-39 2001 / Menard, F. ; Hoepffner, J. ; Nordstrom, V. ; Joanny, T. ; Konan, J.
113. A fisheries co-management case study from The Gambia. NAGA 24 (3-4): 40-49 2001 / Njie, M. ; Mikkola, H.
114. Genetic diversity and selective breeding of red common carps in China. NAGA 24 (3-4): 56-61 2001 / Li, S.F. ; Wang, C.H.
115. On the way to management of west Sumatra's coastal ecosystem. NAGA 25(1): 1-10 2002 / Kunzmann, A.
116. Pig dung as pond manure: effect on water quality, pond productivity and growth of carps in polyculture system. NAGA 25(1): 11-14 2002 / Dhawan, A. ; Kaur, S.
117. Results of bottom trawl surveys carried out in Vietnamese waters (20-200 m) in 1996-1997. NAGA 25(1): 15-18 2002 / Dang, V.T. ; Tran, D. ; Nielsen, R. ; Riget, F.
118. Length-weight relationship of fishes caught by trawl off Alexandria, Egypt. NAGA 25(1): 19-20 2002 / Abdallah, M.
119. Length-weight relationships of bivalves from coastal waters of Korea. NAGA 25(1): 21-22 2002 / Park, K.Y. ; Oh, C.W.
120. Seasonality, labor and integration of aquaculture into southern African smallhold farming systems. NAGA 25(1): 23-27 2002 / Brummett, R.E.
121. Tilapia broodstock development for saline waters in the Philippines. NAGA 25(1): 32-36 2002 / Tayamen, M.M. ; Reyes, R.A. ; Danting, Ma.J. ; Mendoza, A.M. ; Marquez, E.B. ; Salguet, A.C. ; Gonzales, R.C. ; Abella, T.A. ; Vera-Cruz, E.M.
122. Low cost light traps for coral reef fishery research and sustainable ornamental fisheries. NAGA 25(2): 4-7 2002 / Watson, M. ; Power, R. ; Simpson, S. ; Munro, J.L.
123. Effect of diazinon 60 EC on Anabas testudineus, Channa punctatus and Barbodes gonionotus. NAGA 25(2): 8-12 2002 / Rahman, M.Z. ; Hossain, Z. ; Mollah, M.F.A. ; Ahmed, G.U.
124. Heterogeneous individual growth of Macrobrachium rosenbergii male morphotypes. NAGA 25(2): 13-18 2002 / Ranjeet, K. ; Kurup, B.M.
125. Consumption to biomass (Q/B) ratio and estimates of Q/B-predictor parameters for Caribbean fishes. NAGA 25(2): 19-31 2002 / Garcia, C.B. ; Duarte, L.O.
126. Signboards as an aquaculture extension tool in Bangladesh. NAGA 25(2): 32-34 2002 / Morrice, C. ; Karim, R.
127. Genetic analysis of immunological traits in tilapia. NAGA 25(2): 40-41 2002 / Cnaani, A. ; Ron, M. ; Seroussi, E. ; Hulata, G.
128. Reviving the Macrobrachium rosenbergii (de Man) fishery in Vembanad Lake, India. NAGA 23(2): 4-9 2000 / Kurup, B.M. ; Harikrishnan, M.
129. Evaluation of the carcass and commercial characteristics of carps. NAGA 23(2): 10-14 2000 / Sahu, B.B. ; Meher, P.K. ; Mohanty, S. ; Reddy, P.V.G.K. ; Ayyappan, S.
130. Influence of nutrient source on specific dynamic action of Pearl Spot, Etroplus suratensis (Bloch). NAGA 23(2): 15-17 2000 / Somanath, B. ; Palavesam, A. ; Lazarus, S. ; Ayyappan, M.
131. Effects of photoperiod on growth of larvae and juveniles of the anemonefish Amphiprion melanopus. NAGA 23(2): 18-23 2000 / Arvedlund, M. ; McCormick, M.I. ; Ainsworth, T.
132. Some reproductive aspects of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus (Lacépède) from Cross River, Nigeria. NAGA 23(2): 24-28 2000 / Ekanem, S.B.
133. Length-weight relationships for some important forage crustaceans from South Africa. NAGA 23(2): 29-33 2000 / Richardson, A.J. ; Lamberts, C. ; Isaacs, G. ; Moloney, C.L. ; Gibbons, M.J.
134. Length-weight relationship and relative condition of Heterobranchus longifilis (Valenciennes) from Idodo River, Nigeria. NAGA 23(2): 34-35 2000 / Anibeze, C.I.P.
135. Beel fisheries of Assam - community-based co-management imperative. NAGA 23(2): 36-38 2000 / Baruah, U.K. ; Bhagowati, A.K. ; Talukdar, R.K. ; Saharia, P.K.
136. Meso-scale transboundary units for the management of coral reefs in the South China Sea area. Naga 25(3/4): 4-9 2002 / Ablan, M.C.A. ; McManus, J.W. ; Chen, C.A. ; Shao, K.T. ; Bell, J. ; Cabanban, A.S. ; Tuan, V.S. ; Arthana, I.W.
137. Aquaculture in Jamaica. Naga 25(3/4): 10-15 2002 / Aiken, K.A. ; Morris, D. ; Hanley, F.C. ; Manning, R.
138. Integration of freshwater prawn culture with rice farming in Kuttanad, India. Naga 25(3/4): 16-19 2002 / Kurup, B.M. ; Ranjeet, K.
139. Length-weight relationship of mudskippers (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae) in the coastal areas of Selangor, Malaysia. Naga 25(3/4): 20-22 2002 / Khaironizam, M.Z. ; Norma-Rashid, Y.
140. Diet composition of fish species from the southern continental shelf of Colombia. Naga 25(3/4):23-29 2002 / Lopez-Peralta, R.H. ; Arcila, C.A.T.
141. Fisheries of the Farasan Islands (Red Sea). Naga 25(3/4): 30-34 2002 / Gladstone, W.
142. African freshwater fisheries: what needs to be managed?. Naga 25(3/4): 35-40 2002 / Jul-Larsen, E. ; Zwieten, P. van
143. Management of broodstock and quality control of fish seed in Hungary. Naga 25(3/4): 45-47 2002 / Varadi, L. ; Gorda, S. ; Bakos, J. ; Jeney, Z.
144. Genetic enhancement and conservation of aquatic biodiversity in Africa. Naga 25(3/4): 48-49 2002 / Gupta, M.V.
145. A preliminary study on the feasibility of using fenced brushparks for fish production in Lake Chilwa, Malawi. Naga 26(1): 1-5 2003 / Jamu, D.M. ; Chaula, K. ; Hunga, H.
146. Length-weight relationship of fishes from coral reefs along the coastline of Jordan (Gulf of Aqaba). Naga 26(1): 9-10 2003 / Odat, N.
147. Shrimp disease management using bioactive marine secondary metabolites: an eco-friendly approach. Naga 26(1): 11-13 2003 / Selvin, J. ; Lipton, A.P.
148. Length-weight relationships of coral reef fishes from the Alacran Reef, Yucatan, Mexico. Naga 26(1): 14-16 2003 / Gonzalez-Gandara, C. ; Perez-Diaz, E. ; Santos-Rodriguez, L. ; Arias-Gonzalez, J.E.
149. An approach to estimate the natural mortality rate in fish stocks. Naga 26(1): 17-19 2003 / Cubillos, L.A.
150. Genetic improvement of the herbivorous blunt snout bream (Megalobrama amblycephala). Naga 26(1): 20-23 2003 / Li, S.F. ; Cai, W.Q.
151. Growth, mortality and recruitment of Nile perch Lates niloticus (L. Centropomidae) in the Nyanza Gulf of Lake Victoria: an evaluation update. NAGA 26(4): 8-12 2003 / Rabour, C.O. ; Gichuki, J. ; Moreau, J.
152. Spawning and hatching performance of the silvery black porgy Sparidentex hasta under hypersaline conditions. NAGA 26(4): 13-15 2003 / Yousif, O.M. ; Ali, A.A. ; Kumar, K.K.
153. Assessment of the fishing effort level in the shrimp fisheries of the central and southern Gulf of California. NAGA 26(4): 16-20 2003 / Medina, A.S. ; Soto, L.A.
154. Food and feeding habits of Synodontis nigrita from the Osun River, SW Nigeria. NAGA 26(4): 21-24 2003 / Olojo, E.A.A. ; Olurin, K.B. ; Osikoya, O.J.
155. Influence of music on the growth of koi carp, Cyprinus carpio (Pisces: Cyprindae). NAGA 26(4): 25-26 2003 / Vasantha, L. ; Jeyakumar, A. ; Pitchai, M.A.
156. FishBase species profile: Rhincodon typus (Smith, 1828) whale shark. NAGA 26(4): 27 2003 / FishBase Team
157. Coral spawning information. NAGA 26(4): 28-29 2003 / Yusuf, Y. ; Noordeloos, M. ; Oliver, J.
158. WorldFish Center bids farewell to longest serving director general. NAGA 26(4): 30-32 2003 / Anon
159. Community-based marine protected areas in the Bohol (Mindanao) Sea, Philippines. Naga 27(1-2): 4-8 2004 / Indab, J.D. ; Suarez-Aspilla
160. Length-weight relationships of commercially important marine fishes and shellfishes of the southern coast of Karnataka, India. Naga 27(1-2): 9-14 2004 / Abdulrahiman, K.P. ; Harishnayak, T. ; Zacharia, P.U. ; Mohamed, K.S.
161. Corals, fishermen and tourists. Naga 27(1-2): 15-19 2004 / Kunzmann, A.
162. Length-weight relationships of marine fishes from the central Brazilian coast. Naga 27(1-2): 20-26 2004 / Frota, L.O. ; Costa, P.A.S. ; Braga, A.C.
163. Use of a fishery independant index to predict recruitment and catches of the spiny lobster. Naga 27(1-2): 27-30 2004 / Cruz, R. ; Adriano, R.
164. Use of enriched live prey in promoting growth and maturation of tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon). Naga 27(1-2): 55-59 2004 / Yong, S.K.A. ; Mustafa, S. ; Rahman, R.A.
165. High level of hybridisation in three species of Indian major carps. Naga 27(1-2): 65-69 2004 / Simonsen, V. ; Hansen, M.M. ; Sarder, M.R.I. ; Alam, M.S.
166. Length weight relationships of Nigerian freshwater fishes. Naga 19(3):49-53 1996 1996 / King, R.P.
167. Length-weight relationships of Nigerian coastal water fishes. Naga 19(4):53-58 1996 1996 / King, R.P.
168. Bioeconomic modeling and the management of capture and culture fisheries. NAGA Jan: 18-20 1994 / Padilla, J.E. ; Charles, A.T.
169. Wastewater use in aquaculture: research in Peru. NAGA 18(4):11-13 1995 / Prein, M.
170. Economic incentives for water resource management in the Pak Phanang river basin of southern Thailand. NAGA 18 (4): 50-52 1995 / Janekarnkij, P.
171. Stock assessment of the anchovy Cetengraulis mysticetus (Pisces: Engraulidae) in the inner part of the Gulf of Nicoya, Puntarenas, Costa Rica. NAGA 18 (4): 46-48 1995 / Tabash, F.A. ; Viquez, R. ; Rodriguez, J.A.
172. Coral reef resources of East Africa, Kenya, Tanzania and the Seychelles. NAGA 18 (4): 4-7 1995 / Kimani, E.N.
173. Snail control by fish: an explanation for its failure. NAGA 18 (4): 16-19 1995 / Slootweg, R.
174. Aquaculture in the mountains of the northern Lao PDR and northern Vietnam. NAGA 18 (4): 20-22 1995 / Le Thanh Luu ; Nguyen Huy Dien ; Innes-Taylor, N. ; Edwards, P.
175. Fishpen culture as a new production system in dammed valleys in the mid-Casamance, Senegal. NAGA 18 (4): 23-24 1995 / Diallo, A.
176. Monoculture of silver barb (Puntius gonionotus Bleeker) in rice floodwaters in Bangladesh. NAGA 18 (4): 25 1995 / Alam, M. ; Haroon, A.K.Y. ; Haldar, G.C.
177. Transgenic fish research. NAGA 18 (4): 26-28 1995 / Sulaiman, Z.H.
178. Life cycle and biological parameters of several Brazilian Amazon fish species. NAGA 18 (4): 41-45 1995 / Ruffino, M.L. ; Isaac, V.J.
179. FISHSIM: a generalized fishery simulation model. NAGA 18 (4): 34-37 1995 / King, M.
180. Exploring the use of neural networks for biomass forecasts in the Peruvian upwelling ecosystem. NAGA 18 (4): 38-40 1995 / Jarre-Teichmann, A. ; Brey, T. ; Haltof, H.
181. Economic seaweed resources and their management in eastern Indonesia. NAGA 17 (2): 10-12 1994 / Hatta, A.M. ; Purnomo, A.H.
182. The Marine Fishery Resources Development and Management Department of SEAFDEC. NAGA 17 (2): 13 1994 /
183. Commercial production and marketing of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fry in Chonburi and Chachoengsao provinces, Thailand. NAGA 17 (2): 14-17 1994 / Little, D.C. ; Sikawa, D. ; Juntana, J.
184. Pig-duck-fish-azolla integration in La Union, Philippines. NAGA 17 (2): 18-20 1994 / Gavina, L.D.
185. Improvement of traditional shrimp culture in the Mekong Delta. NAGA 17 (2): 20-22 1994 / Truong Trong Nghia ; Vu Ngoc Ut ; Nguyen Kim Quang ; Rothuis, A.J.
186. Aquaculture of a high-value freshwater fish in [Malaysia] : the marble or sand goby (Oxyeleotris marmoratus, Bleeker) . NAGA 17 (2): 22-25 1994 / Cheah, S.H. ; Senoo, S. ; Lam, S.Y. ; Ang, K.J.
187. Age determination in tropical fish. NAGA 17 (2): 27-30 1994 / Mohr, E.W.
188. An account of fisheries development in the Republic of Djibouti with notes on the growth and mortality of three species of groupers. NAGA 17 (2): 30-32 1994 / Darar, A.
189. Comparative growth performance of jack mackerels of the genus Trachurus with emphasis on T. symmetricus murphyi in Chile. NAGA 17 (2): 32-35 1994 / Cubillos, L.S. ; Arancibia, H.F.
190. The EEC fisheries training program. NAGA 9 (4): 11-12 1986 / Nauen, C.E. ; Van Bilzen, G.
191. Fisheries and aquaculture training opportunities on the ICLARM database as of November 1986. NAGA 9 (4): 18-29 1986 / Anon.
192. Fisheries economics at Portsmouth Polytechnic, UK. NAGA 9 (4): 5 1986 / Whitmarsh, D.
193. Fifty years of change. NAGA 9 (4): 6 1986 / Kesteven, G.L.
194. ICOD: training and scholarships for integrated ocean development. NAGA 9 (4): 11-12 1986 / Szpakowska, Z.
195. Training for fisheries management in developing countries. NAGA 9 (4): 14-15 1986 / Aguero, M.N.
196. Fisheries education in India. NAGA 9 (4): 4-5 1986 / Shetty, H.P.C.
197. Fisheries education in China. NAGA 9 (4): 3 1986 / Meng, Q. ; Wang, T.
198. Rice-fish-vegetable integrated farming: towards a sustainable ecosystem. NAGA 13 (4): 17-18 1990 / Roy, B. ; Das, D.N. ; Mukhopadhyay, P.K.
199. Aquaculture technology transfer to smallholder farmers in Malawi, Southern Africa. NAGA 13 (4): 14-16 1990 / Noble, R.P. ; Rashidi, B.
200. A fish crop may improve rice yields and ricefields. NAGA 13 (4): 12-13 1990 / Lightfoot, C. ; Roger, P.A. ; Cagauan, A.G. ; Dela Cruz, C.R.
201. International research collaboration in rice-fish research. NAGA 13 (4): 10-11 1990 / Lightfoot, C. ; Dela Cruz, C.R. ; Carangal, V.R.
202. Who's working on fishing gear design and construction for small-scale fisheries?. NAGA 14 (1): 12 1991 / Vega, M.J.M.
203. Who's working on freshwater cage culture? (An update) . NAGA 14 (1): 11 1991 / Vega, M.J.M.
204. On China's lake fisheries development. NAGA 14 (1): 8-10 1991 / Wu, W. ; Yang, N. ; Jin, L.
205. The predicament of the freshwater fisheries and aquaculture of Sri Lanka. NAGA 14 (1): 6-7 1991 / De Silva, K.G.H.M.
206. Small water bodies for sustainable fisheries production. NAGA 14 (1): 3-5 1991 / Costa-Pierce, B.A.
207. Who's working on Mugil culture. NAGA 14 (2): 15 1991 / Vega, M.J.M.
208. Traditional institutions and their role in the contemporary coastal resource management in the Pacific Islands. NAGA 14 (4): 3-6 1991 / Hviding, E.
209. Integrated farming: a new approach in the Basse Casamance, Sénégal. NAGA 15 (3): 21-24 1992 / Diallo, A.
210. Selection properties of the baited hooks used in the Cuban longline fishery of Campeche Bank, Gulf of Mexico. NAGA 15 (3): 28-29 1992 / Moreno, S. ; Pol, S. ; Gonzalez, C.
211. Estimation of deepwater snapper yield from Tongan seamounts. NAGA 15 (3): 32-35 1992 / Langi, V.A. ; Langi, S.A. ; Polovina, J.J.
212. Resources ecology of the Bolinao coral reef system. NAGA 15 (3): 43-45 1992 / McManus, J.W. ; Nañola, C.L. ; Reyes, R.B., Jr. ; Kesner, K.N.
213. The Spratly Islands: a marine park alternative. NAGA 15 (3): 4-8 1992 / McManus, J.W.
214. Oyster and mussel farming in Western Visayas, Philippines. NAGA 15 (3): 46-48 1992 / Samonte, G.P.B.
215. The remarkable giant loach of Taiwan. Naga 15(3):17 1992 / Chang, S.L.
216. Computer graphics for co-management. Naga 15(3):18 1992 / Sluczanowski, P.R.W.
217. Co-management of beach seine fisheries in Mozambique: a case study. NAGA 19 (4): 5-9 1996 / Kristiansen, A. ; Poiosse, E.
218. Damage schedule: an alternative approach for evaluation of coastal resources. NAGA 19 (4): 13-15 1996 / Chuenpagdee, R.
219. Role of women in Indian shrimp farming. NAGA 19 (4): 16-18 1996 / Gopalakrishnan, A.
220. Effect of planting pattern on shading and phytoplankton photosynthesis in Bangladesh rice-fish farms. NAGA 19 (4): 23-26 1996 / Mustow, S.E. ; Nath, A. ; Tollervey, A.G. ; Sannarm, G.
221. Breeding and propagation of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in a floating hatchery, Gabon. NAGA 19 (4): 26-33 1996 / Gilbert, P.
222. Food consumption/biomass ratios of the pelagic fish community of Lake Malawi/Niassa. NAGA 19 (4): 36-42 1996 / Ngatunga, B.P. ; Allison, E.H.
223. Comparative growth performance for species of the Family Clupeidae of Sierra Leone. NAGA 19 (4): 42-45 1996 / Showers, P.A.T.
224. On modelling and management of capture fisheries: one view. NAGA 19 (4): 45-47 1996 / Enin, U.I.
225. Assessment of Lutjanus vivanus and Lutjanus buccanella in the north Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. NAGA 19 (4): 48-51 1996 / Tabash, F.A. ; Sierra, L.M.
226. Growth of spiny lobster (Panulirus penicillatus) caught off San Vicente, Cagayan, Philippines. NAGA 19 (4): 51-53 1996 / Arellano, R.V.
227. Clam farming in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. NAGA 19 (4): 60-62 1996 / Phu, T.Q.
228. Community fisheries management of freshwater lakes in Bangladesh. NAGA 19 (2): 4-8 1996 / Middendorp, H.A.J. ; Hasan, M.R. ; Apu, N.A.
229. Video technology applied to the management of Bahrain's marine resources. NAGA 19 (2): 9-11 1996 / Uwate, K.R. ; Shams, A.
230. A global experiment on tilapia aquaculture: impacts of the Pond Dynamics/Aquaculture CRSP in Rwanda, Honduras, Philippines and Thailand. NAGA 19 (2): 12-17 1996 / Molnar, J.J. ; Hanson, T.R. ; Lovshin, L.L. ; Circa, A.V.
231. Seaweed-based economic activities in Lombok and Bali, Indonesia. NAGA 19 (2): 18-21 1996 / Hatta, A.M. ; Dahoklory, G.M.B.K.
232. Length-weight relationships of the mudskipper Periopthalmus barbarus in the Imo River estuary, Nigeria. NAGA 19 (2): 27 1996 / King, R.P. ; Udo, M.T.
233. Length-weight relationships of major carps in Kaptai Lake, Bangladesh. NAGA 19 (2): 28 1996 / Ahmed, K.K. ; Saha, S.B.
234. A comparison of monofilament gillnet and small hook longline selectivity in a multispecies artisanal fishery in the Algarve, southern Portugal. NAGA 19 (2): 29-32 1996 / Erzini, K. Santos, M.N. ; Monteiro, C.C. ; Goncalves, J. ; Bentes, L. ; Lino, P.
235. Simulating fisheries for the assessment of optimum harvesting strategies. NAGA 19 (2): 33-35 1996 / Chavez, E.A.
236. The ecosystem of Broa reservoir, Sao Paulo State, Brazil, as described using ECOPATH. NAGA 19 (2): 36-41 1996 / Angelini, R. ; Petrere, M., Jr.
237. How to analyze fish community responses to coral mining. NAGA 17 (1): 4-6 1994 / Dawson-Shepherd, A.C. ; Brown, B.E. ; Warwick, R.M. ; Clarke, R.
238. Environment on trial. NAGA 17 (1): 8-10 1994 / Hillman, S.
239. The biodiversity issue takes to the water. NAGA 17 (1): 11-13 1994 /
240. Ecosystem function and biodiversity on coral reefs. NAGA 17 (1): 13 1994 / Ogden, J. ; Done, T. ; Salvat, B.
241. Biodiversity research and ICLARM. NAGA 17 (1): 14-15 1994 /
242. Carp seed production in Karnataka, souther India, with special reference to rearing larvae in reservoir-based pens. NAGA 17 (1): 22-24 1994 / Basavaraja, N.
243. Portable canvas tanks for culture of hybrid catfish (Clarias gariepinus x Clarias macrocephalus) by small-scale farmers in Malaysia. NAGA 17 (1): 25-28 1994 / Yaakob, W.A.A. ; Ali, A.B.
244. Present status of mangrove crab (Scylla serrata (Forskal) culture in China. NAGA 17 (1): 28-29 1994 / Shen, Y. ; Lai, Q.
245. A reassessment of equations for predicting natural mortality in Mediterranean telosts. NAGA 17 (1): 33-34 1994 / Djabali, F. ; Mechailia, A. ; Koudil, M. ; Brahmi, B.
246. Length-based estimates of vital statistics in threadfin bream (Nemipterus japonicus) from Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh. NAGA 17 (1): 34-37 1994 / Mustafa, M.G.
247. Food habits of two sciaenid fish species (Pseudotolithus typus and Pseudotolithus senegalensis) off Cameroon. NAGA 17 (1): 40-41 1994 / Tientcheu, J.Y. ; Djama, T.
248. Estimating the girth of fish by applying an elliptic model. NAGA 17 (1): 41-44 1994 / Ragonese, S. ; Bertolino, F.
249. Determinants of women's economic participation in the small-scale fisheries sector, Peninsular Malaysia. NAGA 17 (1): 46-48 1994 / Yahaya, J.
250. Food conversion efficiency and the von Bertalanffy growth function 1: a modification of Pauly's model. NAGA 17 (1): 38-39 1994 / Temming, A.
251. Culture of tropical sea cucumbers for stock restoration and enhancement. NAGA 22(4):4-11 1999 / Battaglene, S.C.
252. Hatchery and culture technology for the sea cucumber Holothuria scabra Jaeger, in India. NAGA 22(4):12-16 1999 / James, D.B.
253. Volunteer sports divers: a valuable resource in the management of Bahrain's fisheries. NAGA 22(4):17-19 1999 / Uwate, K.R. ; Al-Meshkhas, J.
254. Brush shelter: a recently introduced fishing method in the Kaptai reservoir fisheries in Bangladesh. NAGA 22(4):20-23 1999 / Uwate, K.R. ; Al-Meshkhas, J.
255. Broodstock management status and some suggestions to control negative selection and inbreeding in hatchery stocks in Bangladesh. NAGA 22(4):24-27 1999 / Hussain, M.G. ; Mazid, M.A.
256. The von Bertalanffy growth curve: when a good fit is not good enough. NAGA 22(4):28-29 1999 / Craig, P.C.
257. An overview of goby-fry fisheries. NAGA 22(4):30-36 1999 / Bell, K.N.I.
258. Length-weight relationships of freshwater fishes in Greece. NAGA 22(4):37-40 1999 / Kleanthidis, P.K. ; Sinis, A.I. ; Stergiou, K.I.
259. Length-weight relationships of tuna baitfish from the Lakshadweep islands, India. NAGA 22(4):42-44 1999 / Nasser, A.K.V.
260. Measuring transaction costs of fisheries co-management in San Salvador Island, Philippines. NAGA 22(4):45-48 1999 / Kuperan, K. ; Abdullah, N.M.R. ; Pomeroy, R.S. ; Genio, E.L. ; Salamanca, A.M.
261. The introduction of exotic fish in Sri Lanka with special reference to tilapia. NAGA 22 (3): 4-8 1999 / de Zylva, E.R.A
262. Impact of the introduction of apple snails and their control in Japan. NAGA 22 (3): 9-13 1999 / Yusa, Y. ; Wada, T.
263. The impacts of El Nino on Philippine fisheries. NAGA 22(3): 14-15 1999 / Guerrero III, R.D.
264. Conservation of the Nilgiri rainbow trout in India. NAGA 22 (3): 16-19 1999 / Gopalakrishnan, A. ; Lal, K.K. ; Ponniah, A.G.
265. Developing aquaculture of Small Native Species (SNS) in Bangladesh: village level agroecological change and the availability of SNS. NAGA 22 (3): 20-23 1999 / Mazumder, D. ; Lorenzen, K.
266. A collection of empirical relations for use in ecological modelling. NAGA 22 (3): 24-28 1999 / Brey, T.
267. Escalation in shrimp production in the Sierra Leone industrial fishery. NAGA 22 (3): 29-31 1999 / Showers, P.A.T.
268. Growth and length-weight parameters of Pacific mackerel (Scomber japonicus) in the Gulf of Guayaquil, Ecuador. NAGA 22 (3): 32-36 1999 / Zenck, E.C.
269. Checklist of the shore fishes of the Mentawai Islands, Nias Island and the Padang Region of West Sumatra. NAGA 22 (1): 4-10 1999 / Kunzmann, A. ; Randall, J.E. ; Suprihanto, I.
270. Seaweed industry in India. NAGA 22 (1): 11-14 1999 / Kaladharan, P. ; Kaliaperumal, N.
271. Is epizootic ulcerative syndrome (EUS) specific fungus of fishes a primary pathogen?: an opinion. NAGA 22 (1): 15-18 1999 / Mohan, C.V. ; Shankar, K.M. ; Ramesh, K.S.
272. Potential of grouper hybrid (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus x E. polyphekadion) for aquaculture. NAGA 22 (1): 19-23 1999 / James, C.M. ; Al-Thobaiti, S.A. ; Rasem, B.M. ; Carlos, M.H.
273. Study on feeding habits of Piaractus mesopotamicus (Pacu) larvae in fish ponds. NAGA 22 (1): 24-30 1999 / Sipauba-Tavares, L.H. ; de S. Braga, F.M.
274. Preliminary observation on culture of Penaeus monodon in low-saline waters. NAGA 22 (1): 30-33 1999 / Saha, S.B. ; Bhattacharyya, S.B. ; Choudhury, A.
275. Length-weight relationships of demersal fishes from the Gulf of Salamanca, Colombia. NAGA 22 (1): 34-36 1999 / Duarte, L.O. ; Garcia, C.B. ; Sandoval, N. ; von Schiller, D. ; Melo, G. ; Navajas, P.
276. Beverton and Holt equations: spreadsheet functions and uncertainty. NAGA 22 (1): 37-41 1999 / Pitcher, T.J.
277. Length-weight relationship of fishes from Yemen waters (Gulf of Aden and Red Sea) . NAGA 22 (1): 41-42 1999 / al Sakaff, H. ; Esseen, M.
278. Occurrence and distribution of fish species off Yemen (Gulf of Aden and Arabian Sea) . NAGA 22 (1): 43-47 1999 / al Sakaff, H. ; Esseen, M.
279. Rice field fisheries: a resource for Cambodia. NAGA 22 (2): 11-15 1999 / Guttman, H.
280. Culture of mola (Amblypharyngodon mola) in polyculture with carps: experience from a field trial in Bangladesh. NAGA 22 (2): 16-19 1999 / Roos, N. ; Islam, M.M. ; Thilsted, S.H. ; Ashrafuddin, M. ; Mursheduzzaman, M. ; Mohsin, D.M. ; Shamsuddin, A.B.M.
281. Chemoreception studies in relation to feeding responses in the marine shrimps H. Milne Edwards (Penaeus indicus) and Miers (Metapenaeus dobsonii) . NAGA 22 (2): 20-21 1999 / Fernandez, C.H.
282. Marine reserves: they enhance fisheries, reduce conflicts, and protect resources. NAGA 17 (3): 4-7 1994 / Bohnsack, J.A.
283. Sumilon Island reserve: 20 years of hopes and frustrations. NAGA 17 (3): 8-12 1994 / Russ, G.R. ; Alcala, A.C.
284. Strategy on International Fisheries Research: an update. NAGA 17 (3): 18-19 1994 /
285. A personal perspective on literature searches in remote areas. NAGA 17 (3): 24-25 1994 / Uwate, K.R.
286. Mono-and polyculture of silver barb (Puntius gonionotus) in deepwater rice systems in Bangladesh. NAGA 17 (3): 26-27 1994 / Miah, M.N.I. ; Ali, M.H. ; Ahmed, N.U.
287. Common carp (Cyprinus carpio) breeding in Nigeria. NAGA 17 (3): 28-29 1994 / Barker, J.
288. Quantifying gregarine infestation of Penaeus vannamei on a commercial shrimp farm and some attempts at treatment. NAGA 17 (3): 30-31 1994 / Miller, D.J. ; Criollo, F. ; Mora, O.
289. Economic assessment of shrimp (Penaeus monodon) hatchery industry in Panay Island, Philippines. NAGA 17 (3): 37-38 1994 / Agbayani, R.F.
290. Anticipated impacts of recent political changes on fisheries management in South Africa. NAGA 18 (1): 4-8 1995 / Cochrane, K.L.
291. The Programme for Integrated Development of Artisanal Fisheries in West Africa. NAGA 18 (1): 9-11 1995 / Satia, B.
292. Fisheries potential of village dams in northern Ghana. NAGA 18 (1): 15-16 1995 / Abban, E.K. ; Ofori-Danson, P.K. ; Biney, C.A.
293. Answering the needs of users of the Centre de Recherches Oceanographiques de Dakar-Thiaroye Documentation Center. NAGA 18 (1): 16-17 1995 / Diouf, F.
294. Exploitation of seahorses and pipefishes. NAGA 18 (1): 18-19 1995 / Vincent, A.C.J.
295. Status of the world's capture fisheries. NAGA 18 (1): 22 1995 / Anon.
296. Twenty per cent of the world fisheries catch is discarded. NAGA 18 (1): 23-24 1995 / Anon.
297. USA rethinks fisheries management. NAGA 18 (1): 24 1995 / Anon.
298. Age and growth of three species of Lake Victoria fish determined by means of otolith daily growth rings. NAGA 18 (1): 39-41 1995 / Morales-Nin, B.
299. Growth and mortality of dagaa (Rastrineobola argentea, Fam. Cyprinidae) in Lake Victoria. NAGA 18 (1): 42-45 1995 / Wandera, S.B. ; Wanink, J.H.
300. Collection of fish lengths for stock assessment in developing countries. NAGA 18 (1): 46-49 1995 / Murray, P.A.
301. Estimating input demand and output supply elasticities in gillnet and seine fishing in Guimaras Strait and adjacent waters. NAGA 18 (1): 53-55 1995 / Tarrosa-Pestano, M.C. ; Subade, R.F.
302. Expansion of improved-extensive shrimp culture in the Mekong Delta. NAGA 18 (2): 22-23 1995 / Vu Ngoc Ut ; Nguyen Kim Quang ; Truong Trong Nghia ; Bosteels, T. ; Rothius, A.J.
303. Surveying bacterial human pathogens in shrimp culture in Thailand. NAGA 18 (2): 24 1995 / Dalsgaard, A.
304. An ABC guide to coral reef fisheries in southwest Sulawesi, Indonesia. NAGA 18 (2): 4-6 1995 / Erdmann, M.
305. Participatory management of a reservoir fishery in northeastern Brazil. NAGA 18 (2): 7-9 1995 / Christensen, M.S. ; Soares, W.J.M. ; Bezerra, F.C.S. ; Barros, G.M.L.
306. Mafia marine resources in peril. NAGA 18 (2): 12-13 1995 / Mndeme, Y.E.S.
307. The durability of different fish cage materials and the pros and cons of cage rotation. NAGA 18 (2): 20-21 1995 / Christensen, M.S.
308. Socioeconomic factors that influence the adoption of small-scale rural fish farming at household level in Zimbabwe. NAGA 18 (2): 25-29 1995 / Mandima, J.J.
309. An analysis of the multigear, multispecies fishery in the Kenya waters of Lake Victoria. NAGA 18 (2): 34-37 1995 / Rabuor, C.O. ; Polovina, J.J.
310. Population dynamics and exploitation of Metapenaeus affinis in Kuwaiti waters. NAGA 18 (2): 38-41 1995 / Mohammed, H.M.
311. Biological parameters, body length-weight and length-height relationships for various species in Greek waters. NAGA 18 (2): 42-45 1995 / Stergiou, K.I. ; Politou, C.Y.
312. The fisheries of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States. NAGA 18 (2): 46-48 1995 / Murray, P.A.
313. Is it deforestation or desertification when we do it to the ocean?. NAGA 18 (3): 4-6 1995 / MacIntyre, F. ; Estep, K.W. ; Noji, T.T.
314. Lanternfish heaven: the future of world fisheries?. NAGA 18 (3): 7-9 1995 / Parrish, R.H.
315. CGIAR aquatic research priorities revisited: a case for a higher priority for reservoir-lake system research. NAGA 18 (3): 10-14 1995 / De Silva, S.S.
316. Problems for the conservation of freshwater fish genetic resources in India and some possible solutions. NAGA 18 (3): 21-25 1995 / Dubey, G.P. ; Ahmad, A.
317. Experimental culture of Acartia plumosa: a copepod for use in marine fish hatcheries. NAGA 18 (3): 27-28 1995 / Sunyoto, P. ; Diani, S. ; Supriatna, A.
318. Problems in culturing black tiger shrimp (Peneaus monodon) the semi-intensive way: an India experience. NAGA 18 (3): 29-30 1995 / Rajagopal, S. ; Srinivasan, M. ; Khan, S.A.
319. A simulation model of the dynamics of Peruvian anchoveta (Engraulis ringens) . NAGA 18 (3): 41-46 1995 / Hertlein, W.
320. Tarpon atlanticus in Colombia: a big fish in trouble. NAGA 18 (3): 47-49 1995 / Garcia, C.B. ; Solano, O.D.
321. Safety net or debt net?: ties between marketing and credit in coastal Bangladesh. NAGA 18 (3): 51-53 1995 / Blowfield, M.E. ; Haque, N.
322. Fisheries management: what chance on coral reefs?. NAGA 19 (3): 5-9 1996 / Russ, G.R.
323. The Marine Stewardship Council: new hope for marine fisheries. NAGA 19 (3): 10-12 1996 / Sutton, M.
324. Reinventing fisheries management. NAGA 19 (3): 15-17 1996 / Pitcher, A.
325. Aspects of phosphorus pollution from aquaculture. NAGA 19 (3): 20-24 1996 / Kibria, G. ; Nugegoda, D. ; Lam, P. ; Fairclough, R.
326. Fish farming: the smallholder information needs in Kenya. NAGA 19 (3): 25-26 1996 / Shibanda, G.G.
327. The lagoon fisheries of French Polynesia. NAGA 19 (3): 37-40 1996 / Chauvet, C. ; Galzin, R.
328. A list of commercial fish species from Santarem, state of Para, Brazil. NAGA 19 (3): 41-44 1996 / Ferreira, E.J.G. ; Zuanon, J. ; dos Santos, G.M.
329. Decision analysis applied to the fishery of the sea snail Concholepas concholepas from central northern coast of Chile. NAGA 19 (3): 45-48 1996 / Tam, J. ; Palma, W. ; Riofrio, M. ; Aracena, O. ; Lepez, M.I.
330. Economic evaluation of marine fisheries in India for sustainable production and coastal zone development. NAGA 19 (3): 54-56 1996 / Sathiadhas, R.
331. Training in fisheries planning and management: the case of the Southern African Development Community nations. NAGA 20 (2): 4-7 1997 / Msiska, O.V. ; Hersoug, B.
332. Zooplankton: its biochemistry and significance in aquaculture. NAGA 20 (2): 8-14 1997 / Kibria, G. ; Nugegoda, D. ; Fairclough, R. ; Lam, P. ; Bradly, A.
333. An epizootic of infectious hepatopancreatic and lymphoid organ necrosis disease in cultured Penaeus monodon: a case study. NAGA 20 (2): 15-18 1997 / Vijayan, K.K. ; Rajendran, K.V. ; Alavandi, S.V. ; Alagarswami, K.
334. Collection of juvenile mullet species from a brackishwater tidal farm in Nigeria. NAGA 20 (2): 19-20 1997 / Nlewadim, A.A. ; Deekae, S.N.
335. Effect of different salinity levels on the fertilization and hatching of Heterobranchus bidorsalis. NAGA 20 (2): 21-22 1997 / Orji, R.C.A. ; Nnadi, C.N. ; Onyike, G. ; Ogbona, J.
336. Can the age of the tropical species be determined by otolith measurement?: a study using Pristipomoides filamentosus (Pisces: Lutjanidae) from the Mahe Plateau, Seychelles. NAGA 20 (2): 27-31 1997 / Hardman-Mountford, N.J. ; Polunin, N.V.C. ; Boulle, D.
337. Growth performance of Nigerian fish stocks. NAGA 20 (2): 31-35 1997 / King, R.P.
338. Population parameters of Pennahia anea and Nibea maculata in the Palk Bay/Gulf of Mannar area, India. NAGA 20 (2): 46-48 1997 / Jayasankar, P.
339. Community-based coastal resource management in Orion (Bataan, Philippines) : building community property rights in a fishing community. NAGA 20 (2): 51-55 1997 / Van Mulekom, L. ; Tria, E.C.
340. ReefBase 2.0: a contribution to environmental conservation on a global scale. NAGA 20 (3/4): 4-8 1997 / Halmarick, L.
341. A relational database of post-harvest fish losses. NAGA 20 (3/4): 8-11 1997 / Smith, M.C. ; Venn, J. ; Cheke, R.A. ; Ward, A.R.
342. Freshwater pearl culture in India. NAGA 20 (3/4): 12-17 1997 / Janaki Ram, K.
343. Trends in the farming of the snakeskin gourami (Trichogaster pectoralis) in Thailand. NAGA 20 (3/4): 18-20 1997 / Yoonpundh, R. ; Little, D.
344. Stocking of eggs versus hatchlings in rice fields: a comparison of survival and growth of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) fingerlings. NAGA 20 (3/4): 20-24 1997 / Ireland, M. ; Furuque, G.
345. Fish seed production and marketing in northeast Thailand. NAGA 20 (3/4): 24-27 1997 / Ingthamjitr, S. ; Phromtong, P. ; Little, D.
346. Multidisciplinary research and management: fisheries in the Central Delta of the Niger River (Mali) . NAGA 20 (3/4): 37-41 1997 / Quensiere, J.
347. An approach to the assessment of the finfish fisheries of the Caribbean Community. NAGA 20 (3/4): 42-45 1997 / Murray, P.A.
348. Evaluating mortality using length-frequency data when growth parameters are poorly known. NAGA 20 (3/4): 46-51 1997 / Gobert, B.
349. Analysis of RAPD polymorphisms in Rastrelliger kanagurta off India. NAGA 20 (3/4): 52-56 1997 / Jayasankar, P. ; Dharmalingam, K.
350. Length-weight relationship of fishes caught in the Itaipu Reservoir, Parana, Brazil. NAGA 20 (3/4): 57-61 1997 / Benedito-Cecilio, E. ; Agostinho, A.A. ; Carnelos-Machado Velho, R.C.
351. Length-weight relationships of soft-bottom demersal fishes from Jalisco and Colima states, Mexico. NAGA 20 (3/4): 62-63 1997 / Ruiz-Ramirez, S. ; Lucano-Ramirez, G. ; Mariscal-Romero, J.
352. Length-weight relationship of fishes from a seagrass meadow in Negros Oriental, Philippines. NAGA 20 (3/4): 64-65 1997 / Kochzius, M.
353. Length-weight relationship of fishes and cephalopods from the Balearic Islands (Western Mediterranean) . NAGA 20 (3/4): 66-68 1997 / Merella, P. ; Quetglas, A. ; Alemany, F. ; Carbonell, A.
354. Fish demand and supply projections. NAGA 20 (3/4): 77-78; 94-96 1997 / Svendrup-Jensen, S.
355. Demand for fish in Sub-Saharan Africa: the past and the future. NAGA 20 (3/4): 79-82; 97-101 1997 / Delgado, C.L. ; McKenna, A.A.
356. The role of small indigenous fish species in food and nutrition security in Bangladesh. NAGA 20 (3/4): 82-84; 102-104 1997 / Thilsted, S.H. ; Roos, N. ; Hassan, N.
357. Rice-fish farming systems research in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta: identification of constraints. NAGA 20 (3/4): 107-111 1997 / Nhan, D.K. ; Duong, L.T. ; Rothuis, A.
358. Aquaculture distance education in Lao PDR. NAGA 20 (3/4): 112-113 1997 / Korn, M. ; Jones, M.E.
359. A history of fishing with explosives and poisons in Hong Kong waters. NAGA 21 (3): 4-9 1998 / Cornish, A.S. ; McKellar, D.
360. Efforts to save the marine environment in Tanzania. NAGA 21 (3): 10-12 1998 / Mndeme, Y.E.S.
361. Diet and feeding ecology of two sizes of Barbodes gonionotus (=Puntius gonionotus) and Oreochromis sp. in ricefields in Bangladesh. NAGA 21 (3): 13-19 1998 / Haroon, A.K.Y.
362. Effect of transportation stress on hepatic glycogen of Oreochromis niloticus (L.) . NAGA 21 (3): 20-22 1998 / Orji, R.C.A.
363. Farming experiments and transfer of technology of bivalve culture along the southwest coast of India. NAGA 21 (3): 23-26 1998 / Appukuttan, K.K. ; Velayudhan, T.S. ; Kuraikose, P.S. ; Laxmilatha, P. ; Kripa, V. ; Narasimham, K.A.
364. Vital statistics of marine fishes of Vanuatu. NAGA 21 (3): 27-29 1998 / Pakoa, K.
365. Weight-fecundity relationships of Nigerian fish populations. NAGA 21 (3): 33-36 1998 / King, R.P.
366. Fisheries co-management and transaction costs. NAGA 21 (3): 40-42 1998 / Abdullah, N.M.R. ; Viswanathan, K.K. ; Pomeroy, R.S.
367. Length-weight relationships of demersal fishes from the Gulf of Salamanca, Colombia. [second part]. NAGA 21 (3): 30-32 1999 / Duarte, L.O. ; Garcia, C.B. ; Sandoval, N. ; von Schiller, D. ; Melo, G. ; Navajas, P.
368. Fifty years of reservoir fisheries. NAGA 21 (4): 4-7 1998 / Sreenivasan, A.
369. Marine fisheries, genetic effects and biodiversity. NAGA 21 (4): 7-14 1998 / Perez, J.F. ; Mendoza, J.J.
370. Low cost breeding and hatching techniques for the catfish (Heteropneustes fossilis) for small-scale farmers. NAGA 21 (4): 15-17 1998 / Vijaykumar, S. ; Sridhar, S. ; Haniffa, M.A.
371. Promotion of substrate based microbial biofilm in ponds: a low cost technology to boost fish production. NAGA 21 (4): 18-22 1998 / Shankar, K.M. ; Mohan, C.V. ; Nandeesha, M.C.
372. The potential for crop rotation in controlling diseases in shrimp culture. NAGA 21 (4): 22-24 1998 / Paclibare, J.O. ; Verdegem, M.C.J. ; van Muiswinkel, W.B. ; Huisman, B.E.A.
373. Quantitative model of trophic interactions in the Ubatuba Shelf system (southeastern Brazil) . NAGA 21 (4): 25-32 1998 / Rocha, G.R.A. ; Gasalla, M.A. ; Rossi-Wongtschowski, C.L.D.B. ; Soares, L.S.H. ; Pires-Vanin, A.M.S. ; Muto, E.Y. ; Cergole, M.C. ; Aidar, E. ; Mesquita, H.S.L. ; Gianesella-Galvao, S.M.F. ; Vega-Perez, L.A. ; Jarre-Teichmann, A.
374. Biological reference points for managing kingfish, Scomberomorus commerson, in Oman. NAGA 21 (4): 32-36 1998 / Siddeek, M.S.M. ; Al-Hosni, A.H.S.
375. Length-weight relationship of some marine fish species in Reunion Island, Indian Ocean. NAGA 21 (4): 37-39 1998 / Letourneur, Y.
376. Length-weight relationship of fishes from coral reefs and lagoons of New Caledonia: an update. NAGA 21 (4): 39-46 1998 / Letourneur, Y. ; Kulbicki, M. ; Labrosse, P.
377. Blast fishing in southwest Sulawesi, Indonesia. NAGA 21 (2): 4-9 1998 / Pet-Soede, L. ; Erdmann, M.V.
378. Marine fisheries of Karnataka State, India. NAGA 21 (2): 10-15 1998 / Mohamed, K.S. ; Muthiah, C. ; Zacharia, P.U. ; Sukumaran, K.K. ; Rohit, P. ; Krishnakumar, P.K.
379. Transgene expressions in seabass (Lates calcarifer) following muscular injection of plasmid DNA: a strategy for vaccine development?. NAGA 21 (2): 16-18 1998 / Sulaiman, Z.H.
380. Making experiment station results more useful to African fish farmers. NAGA 21 (2): 19-24 1998 / Brummett, R.E.
381. The evolution of body muscle composition of the African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) (Burchell 1822) . NAGA 21 (2): 24-26 1998 / Maithya, J.
382. The marine fisheries of Trinidad and Tobago. NAGA 21 (2): 28-33 1998 / De L. Sturm, M.G. ; Manickchand-Heileman, S.C.
383. Village fisheries management and community-owned marine protected areas in Samoa. NAGA 21 (2): 34-38 1998 / King, M. ; Faasili, U.
384. A taste for live fish: Hong Kong's live reef fish market. NAGA 21 (2): 38-42 1998 / Lee, C. ; Sadovy, Y.
385. Population parameters of 'corvina' (Plagioscion squamosissimus) in the Barra Bonita Reservoir, Brazil. NAGA 21 (2): 43-45 1998 / De Souza Braga, F.M.
386. Mangrove rehabilitation and coastal resource management: a case study of Cogtong Bay, Philippines. NAGA 21 (2): 46-52 1998 / Katon, B.M. ; Pomeroy, R.S. ; Ring, M. ; Garces, L.R.
387. A traditional floodplain fishery of the lower Amazon River, Brasil. NAGA 21 (1): 4-11 1998 / McGrath, D.G. ; da Silva, U.L. ; Crossa, N.M.M.
388. A computer software package for assessing and managing risks posed by experiments with genetically modified fish and shellfish. NAGA 21 (1): 12-17 1998 / Hallerman, E. ; King, D. ; Kapuscinski, A.
389. Can nitrogen pollution from aquaculture be reduced?. NAGA 21 (1): 17-25 1998 / Kibria, G. ; Nugegoda, D. ; Fairclough, R. ; Lam, P.
390. Molecular probes and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) -based kits for diagnosis of shrimp diseases. NAGA 21 (1): 26-30 1998 / Karunasagar, I. ; Karunasagar, I.
391. Preliminary studies of locomotion and burrowing by juvenile boring clam, Tridacna crocea. NAGA 21 (1): 31-35 1998 / Suzuki, Y.
392. Prospects for fish culture in char areas of Bangladesh. NAGA 21 (1): 36-38 1998 / Wahra, N.G. ; Noble, F.U.
393. Updating names, distribution and ecology of riverine fish of Kenya in the Athi-Galana-Sabaki river drainage system. NAGA 21 (1): 44-53 1998 / Okeyo, D.O.
394. A survey of ichthyofauna of Lake Kanyaboli and other small waterbodies in Kenya: alternative refugia for endangered fish species. NAGA 21 (1): 54-56 1998 / Maithya, J.
395. Observations on gillnet catches of Kariba tilapia, Oreochromis mortimeri from Bumi Basin of Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe. NAGA 21 (1): 57-60 1998 / Mhlanga, W.
396. Growth, mortality and yield-per-recruit of the poor cod, Trisopterus minutus capelanus, from the Strait of Sicily. NAGA 21 (1): 61-70 1998 / Ragonese, S. ; Bianchini, M.L.
397. Dietary Phytase: an ideal approach for a cost effective and low-polluting aquafeed. Naga 27(3-4): 15-19 2004 / Baruah, K. ; Sahu, N.P. ; Pal, A.K ; Debnath, D.
398. Padal fishing - a unique fishing method in the Ashtamudi Estuary of Kerala (south India). Naga 27(3-4): 24-27 2004 / Thomas, J.V. ; Kurup, B.M.
399. Utilization of trawl bycatch in Gujarat (India). Naga 27(3-4): 20-23 2004 / Zynudheen, A.A. ; Ninan, G. ; Sen, A. ; Badonia, R.
400. Antibacterial marine bacterium deter luminous vibriosis in shrimp larvae. Naga 27(3-4): 28-31 2004 / Abraham, T.J.
401. The relationship of shell dimensions and shell volume to live weight and soft tissue weight in the mangrove clam, Polymesoda erosa (Solander, 1786) from northern Australia. Naga 27(3-4): 32-35 2004 / Gimin, R. ; Mohan, R. ; Thinh, L.V. ; Griffiths, A.D.
402. Economics and management strategies for restocking sandfish in Vietnam. Naga 27(3-4): 36-40 2004 / Strehlow, H.V.
403. Diet composition and food habits of demersal and pelagic marine fishes from Terengganu waters, east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Naga 27(3-4): 41-47 2004 / Bachok, Z. ; Mansor, M.I. ; Noordin, R.M.
404. The future for fish in the food and livelihoods of the poor in Asia. Naga 27(3-4): 48-50 2004 / Briones, M. ; Dey, M.M. ; Ahmed, M.
405. Impact pathway analysis for research planning: the case of aquatic resources research in the WorldFish Center. Naga 27(3-4): 51-55 2004 / Briones, M. ; Dey, M.M. ; Ahmed, M. ; Stobutzki, I. ; Prein, M. ; Acosta, B.O.
406. Rebuilding coastal fisheries livelihoods after the Tsunami: key lessons from past experience. NAGA 28(1/2): 6-12 2005 / Stobutzki, I.C. ; Hall, S.J.
407. Evaluation of the contribution of fisheries and aquaculture to food security in developing countries. NAGA 28(1/2): 28-32 2005 / Akpaniteaku, R.C. ; Weimin, M. ; Xinhua, Y.
408. Changing traditions: first global look at the gender dimensions of fisheries. NAGA 28(1/2): 33-36 2005 / Williams, M.J. ; Nandeesha, M.C. ; Choo, P.S.
409. Causes of fish depletion: a factor analysis approach. NAGA 28(1/2): 37-42 2005 / Deka, T.K. ; Goswami, M.M. ; Kakati, M.
410. Diversity of selective and non-selective fishing gear and their impact on inland fisheries in Bangladesh. NAGA 28(1/2): 43-48 2005 / Ghulam Kibria, M. ; Ahmed, K.K.U.
411. Pen fish culture in reservoirs: an alternative to land based nurseries. NAGA 28(1/2): 49-52 2005 / Murugesan, V.K. ; Manoharan, S. ; Palaniswamy, R.
412. Parameter estimates for fishes of the upper Paraná river floodplain and Itaipu reservoir (Brazil). NAGA 28(1/2): 53-57 2005 / Angelini, R. ; Agostinho, A.A.
413. Perspectives from Agriculture: Advances in livestock breeding-Implications ofr aquaculture genetics. NAGA 29(3/4) 2006 pp. 39-45 2006 / Nguyen, N.H. ; Ponzoni, R.W. WorldFish Center
414. Challenges in sustaining and increasing fish production to combat hunger and poverty in Asia. NAGA 29(1/2):4-10 2006 / Gupta, M.V.
415. On-farm trials with rice fish cultivation in the west Kano rice irrigation scheme, Kenya. NAGA 29(1/2):36-41 2006 / Rasowo, J. ; Auma, E.O.
416. Small scale rural aquaculture in Assam, India: a case study. NAGA 29(1/2):42-47 2006 / Das, S.K.
417. Integrating fish into seasonally flooded rice fields: on-farm trials in Assam, India. NAGA 29(1/2):48-52 2006 / Baruah, U.K. ; Borah, B.C.
418. Fish and food security in Africa. NAGA 28(3/4): 8-13 2005 / Bene, C. ; Heck, S.
419. Fisheries and the millennium development goals: solutions for Africa. NAGA 28(3/4): 14-18 2005 / Bene, C. ; Heck, S.
420. Comparative study of hatching rates of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus Burchell 1822) eggs on different substrates. NAGA 28(3/4): 23-26 2005 / Macharia, S.K. ; Ngugi, C.C. ; Rasowo, J.
421. Deleterious effects of non-native species introduced into Lake Victoria, East Africa. NAGA 28(3/4): 27-32 2005 / Shoko, A.P.A. ; Ngowo, R.R. ; Waya, R.K.
422. Comparison of some traits of economic importance in tilapias (Orechromis niloticus and Sarotherodon galilaeus) with particular reference to their culture in Ghana. NAGA 28(3/4): 33-36 2005 / Owusu-Frimpong, M. ; Attipoe, F.Y.K. ; Padi, J.N.
423. The fisheries of Zanzibar: potential for new investments. NAGA 28(3/4): 37-40 2005 / Feidi, I.H.
424. A preliminary study on the feeding regime of European pilchard (Sardina pilchardus Walbaum 1792) in Izmir Bay, Turkey, Eastern Aegean Sea. NAGA 28(3/4): 41-48 2005 / Sever, T.M. ; Bayhan, B. ; Taskavak, E.
425. Fishery damage compensation system of Japan. NAGA 28(3/4): 49-50 2005 / Omotoso, F.O.
426. Integrating fish and azolla into rice-duck farming in Asia. NAGA 23(1): 4-10 2000 / Cagauan, A.G. ; Branckaert, R.D. ; van Hove, C.
427. Floating islands: a unique fish aggregating method. NAGA 23(1): 11-13 2000 / Suresh, V.R.
428. River-based artificial propagation of the African catfish Clarias gariepinus: an option for the small fish farmer. NAGA 23(1): 14-16 2000 / Charo, H. ; Oirere, W.
429. Bioconversion efficiency and growth in the white shrimp Penaeus indicus (Milne Edwards), fed with decomposed mangrove leaves. NAGA 23(1): 17-18 2000 / Athithan, S. ; Ramadhas, V.
430. Length-weight relationship of marine fishes from southern Brazil. NAGA 23(1): 19-23 2000 / Haimovici, M. ; Velasco, G.
431. Adaptive response of Peruvian Hake to overfishing. NAGA 23(1): 24-28 2000 / Mendo, C.W. ; Carrasco, R.G.
432. The marine fisheries of Jamaica. NAGA 23(1): 29-35 2000 / Aiken, K. ; Kong, G.A.
433. Baseline biochemical and genetic profiles of four fishes from the River Nile. NAGA 29(3/4):67-70 2006 / Mohammed, E.A.H.A.
434. Tilapia culture in Kuwait: constraints and solutions. NAGA 29(3/4): 71-73 2006 / Ridha, M.T.
435. Diversification of aquaculture for empowerment to fisheries through institution village linkage programme (IVLP) in Kerala, India. NAGA 29(3/4): 78-87 2006 / Sathiadhas, R. ; Joseph, J. ; Jerson, S.
436. A simple spreadsheet model to incorporate seasonal growth into length-based stock assessment methods. NAGA 29(3/4): 46-54 2006 / de Graaf, G.J. ; Dekker, P.
437. Progress toward a global genealogy of common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) strains using mitochondrial nucleotide sequences data. NAGA 29(3/4): 55-61 2006 / Thai, B.T. ; Pham, T.A. ; Thai, U.D. ; Austin, C.M.
438. Improved fish transport in plastic bags. ICLARM Newsletter 8 (4): 8-9 1985 / Froese, R.
439. Fish stock assessment in coral reefs: notes on the state of the art. ICLARM Newsl. 4 (3): 19 1981 / Pauly, D.
440. A place at the table? (Commentary). p. 68-70. Nature Report: climate change Vol. 3 2009 / Dulvy, N. ; Allison, E.
441. Simple method for backyard production of snakehead (Channa striata Bloch) fry. NAGA 15 (2): 22-23 1992 / Yaakov, W.A.A.W. ; Ali, A.B.

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