WorldFish Center Quarterly
is a quarterly magazine published by WorldFish Center
as part of its efforts to promote research and disseminate
research results as widely as possible, as well
as to create a strong network of institutions and scientists
who can work together and exchange ideas.
publishes papers on interpretative, applied and descriptive
scientific and technical aspects of interest to researchers,
scientists and policymakers in the field of fisheries
and living aquatic resources. It also includes news
on research projects, notices of new publications, meetings,
workshops, courses, symposia and news of personnel.
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the following issues:
25, No. 2 (April - June
25, No. 1 (January - March
24, No. 3&4 (July -
24, No. 1&2 (January
- June 2001)
23, No. 4 (October - December
23, No. 3 (July - September
23, No. 2 (April - June
for abstracts of papers in the following issues:
23, No. 1 (January
- March 2000)
22, No. 4
(October - December 1999)
22, No. 3 (July
- September 1999)
22, No. 2
(April - June 1999)
22, No. 1
(January - March 1999)
is an underwater creature from Asian mythology. Superior
to humans, it inhabits sub-aquatic paradises, living
at the bottoms of rivers, lakes and seas in resplendent
palaces studded with gems and pearls. It is the keeper
of the life-energy that is stored in the waters of springs,
wells and ponds. It is also the guardian of the riches
of the seas corals, shells and pearls. Naga
represents the very focus of WorldFish Center, namely,
protecting the wealth and productivity of tropical waters.
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in 2001, the full text of Naga will be made available
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aspects of fisheries and other living aquatic resources.
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