Environmental Issues and Recent Infrastructure
Development in the Mekong Delta: review, analysis and
recommendations with particular reference to largescale
water control projects and the development of
Takehiko ‘Riko’ Hashimoto.
Australian Mekong Resource Centre.
University of Sydney.
Pacific sardine fishery off Oregon started in 1935, but there are recorded landings of sardine
in Oregon dating back to 1928. The catch dropped off in the 1940’s with 1948 being the last year
of directed fishery landings until 1999 when the fishery was revived. Pacific sardine was
managed as a developmental fishery from 1999 to 2005. In 2004, the sardine industry asked the
Department of Fish and Wildlife to remove Pacific sardines from the developmental species list
and create a limited entry system for the fishery.
Coastal lagoons are the most valuable components of coastal areas in terms of both
ecosystem and natural capital. In most NATO coastal countries, the majority of the
population lives within a 50-kilometer coastal band. Increasing human use and
development pressures in the coastal areas make these dynamic and productive
ecosystems very sensitive and vulnerable to deteriorations.
A modern hatchery for clams (M. lyrata) spat production has been established at the Aquaculture Research Institute of the North Central Division (ARSINC) with all necessary infrastructure. A lot of the success of oyster spats have been produced using these facilities. Hatcheries can be used for commercial production of both controversy and research and development.
The main objective of the project is to develop and expand clam technology (production of seeds and livestock) to sustain the livelihoods of poor farmers in coastal North Central Province and develop a management strategy contributes sustainable water use clam aquaculture to improve the use of wastewater tomtrang camp. Significant progress has been made in this section. Key findings are listed below.
The Baltic Sea is one of the most investigated water bodies in the world. For
decades, the many highly industrialised nations around the Baltic have financed
basic and applied investigations, as well as the building and development of
research stations and vessels.
After World War II, research in the Baltic Proper was intensified and investigations
became much more international. The main goals of such investigations were
analysis of the eutrophication and pollution of the Baltic Sea, and development of
mitigating strategies (e.g. the HELCOM-Program).
The main objective of the project is to develop and expand technology clam
(breeding and seed production) to maintain the livelihood of poor farmers in northern coastal
The central provinces and develop a strategy to contribute sustainable fisheries
environmental management by using clam aquaculture to improve shrimp farm effluent
to use. In the first half of the second year, two production test clam
(producing intertidal clam, clam production in the pond is crop rotation) and
the parent test has been completed successfully....
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Conflict and Collaboration in Natural Resource Management
Edited by Daniel Buckles
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTRE Ottawa • Cairo • Dakar • Johannesburg • Montevideo • Nairobi • New Delhi • Singapore WORLD BANK INSTITUTE Washington, DC, USA
.Published by the International Development Research Centre PO Box 8500, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1G 3H9 In collaboration with the World Bank Institute of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank.
The lack of locally available low-cost feeds and suitable feed making equipment to produce them
has been identified as one of the major constraints limiting the development of small scale
aquaculture in PNG. At the same time, the availability and cost of commercially manufactured
feeds makes their use prohibitive. The supply and nutrient composition of local feed ingredients
which are suitable for use in simple aqua-feeds is also extremely variable.
Vietnam’s coastal zones are some of the very overexploited in the world with consequent degradation of its ecosystems and damage to public welfare. In general, the main goal of ICZM is to balance development and conservation, to ensure multi-sectoral planning and involve wide participation and conflict mediation. In the case of Vietnam, the central action will be adequate planning for development and management, whereby the development and management plans must be synchronous, efficacious by dealing with each other.
Located in the South-East Asian region, thanks to an over 3400 km of coastline and 3000 islands in the Pacific Ocean, Vietnam is considered as a country has a great potential on marine and coastal economic development. From the North to the South of the country's coastal line, there are hundreds of aquaculture bases, many transshipment ports, fishing ports, tourist beaches, seaside resorts, petroindustrial plants,... that are contributed considerably to the Gross National Product.
This Minor Field Study (MFS) was performed by Teresia Lindberg and Anna Nylander, who
are both studying Eco-toxicology at Uppsala University in Sweden. The report is a Master´s
thesis for Teresia Lindberg.
The Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) finances a number of so-called Minor
Field Studies for students or young people to carry out a research project in a developing
country. The study usually takes place in one of Sida´s target countries and is part of a local
Sida-sponsored aid programme.
This paper reviews results from recent clinical research and current students of planting Acacia in Vietnam. The practice review including site preparation, vegetation control, stocking application, fertilizer, pruning and thin. The review found that the growth of colloidal answer for all practical sivilcultural some degree, but the different effects depending on the species and the environment.
Mounding grew better than A. crassicarpa and A. auriculiformis in the central coastal area flooding is common during the rainy season. Mounding the most suitable size of 0.
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Since the 1940s the use of pesticides has grown steadily at about 11 percent a year,
reaching five million T in 1995. Pesticides and fertilizers play a central role in
agriculture and contribute to an enhanced food production worldwide. Agrochemical
use, mainly in developed countries, is being reduced while organic (no
synthetic chemicals) farming methods are being reinvented.
This book is about the gender dimensions of natural resource exploitation and
management in Asia. It provides an exploration of the uneasy negotiations
between theory, policy and practice that are often evident within the realm of
gender, environment and natural resource management, especially where gender
is understood as a political, negotiated and contested element of social relation-
Since 2000, the shrimp industry expands at a fast rate in the coastal areas of the Mekong
Delta, Vietnam. Shrimp farming is known for its negative impact on the coastal environment. However,
other human interventions like agriculture and urbanization also deteriorate the coastal environment.
The land cover changes between 1968 and 2003 were determined and analyzed for the Cai Nuoc district,
Ca Mau Province, Vietnam, using photos from 1968, 1992 (aerial photographs), 1997/98 (Spot)
and 2003 (Landsat).
Macadamia trees (often called the tree people Mac-ca) is one of the crops of high economic value. Macadamia is the common name for nine species of the genus Macadamia, open cross Affairs (Proteaceae) in which two species have commercial value as M. integrifolia Maiden & Betche and M.tetraphylla. L. Johnson. Both species were grown in the eastern coastal regions - South and South East Queensland - Northern New Wales of Australia.