Commodity regional development plans

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Authors : SPC
Source : SPC
Date : 01/02/03
Abstract : This plan sets directions for SPC Regional Aquaculture programmes commodities based work and identifies common issues to be overcome. It is an invitation to SPC's member states and partner organisations to network collaborate and coordinate their activities.
Authors : Anonymous
Source : SPC
Date : 01/02/03
Abstract : The primary purpose of the 1st SPC Aquaculture Meeting was to develop a shortlist of aquaculture commodities with the most potential for the region, highlight needs for aquaculture assistance, and develop a plan of action for the SPC Aquaculture Programme. This report outlines the process used for the meeting and provides a summary of the outputs.
Authors : Anonymous
Title : Profiles of high interest aquaculture commodities for Pacific Islands countries
Source : SPC
Date : August 2003
Keywords : commodity profiles
Docs : Commodity profiles.pdf - 357.2 Ko
Abstract : This document was originally produced as resource material for the 1st SPC Aquaculture meeting, Fiji, 2002. Regional experts wrote profiles of seventeen species considered to be of high interest for aquaculture for the Pacific. Each species is synthesised according to its main biology, culture and marketing features. There is also an assessment of the advantages/disadvantages which the Pacific has if it were to produce the commodity.
Title : Descriptif des espèces pouvant présenter un intérêt pou la filière aquacole des états et territoires insulaires océaniens
Source : SPC
Date : 01/08/2004
Keywords : filière aquacole

Authors: Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)

Title: Aquaculture Action Plan 2007
Source: SPC Aquaculture action plan 2006

Date : 2007

Keywords: Aquaculture Oceania, Coastal fisheries

Abstract: The SPC Aquaculture Action Plan 2006 is a vehicle for taking SPC members and partners one step closer to fulfilling the potential of aquaculture in the region. It outlines the importance of aquaculture to the Pacific, the sector as it is today, the commodities that will carry us forward, and the actions required to get there

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