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Authors: Anon

Title: Tahiti Aquaculture 2010 book of abstracts

Source: SPC - SPE

Date : 2011

Keywords: Tahiti Aquaculture 2010, abstracts

Abstract: This document compiles the abstracts of presentations held during Tahiti Aquaculture 2010 Conference.

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: Jacques Patrois

Title: Shrimp farming in Pacific Island countries and territories: Status and trends in 2010

Source: SPC

Date : 2011

Keywords: Shrimp aquaculture, Pacific Islands

Abstract: In a world where shrimp aquaculture is developing at an extraordinary rate, mainly in the countries of Asia and Latin America, it seemed appropriate to assess the impact of this expansion on the Pacific region, especially in the Pacific Island countries and territories (PICTs).The report is based on site visits in a selected range of PICTs and aim at providing a thorough description of the sector along with practical recommendations.  
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: SPC Aquaculture Section and SPE French Polynesia

Title: Regional strategy for developing marine finfish aquaculture in the Pacific islands

Source: SPC

Date : 2008

Keywords: Marine fish aquaculture, regional workshop

Abstract: This document is a product of the 1st SPC Asia-Pacific Marine Finfish Aquaculture Workshop held in Noumea, New Caledonia in December 2007. The workshop involved the participation of representatives from Pacific countries and territories involved in marine finfish aquaculture activities coming from both the private sector and government departments. International and regional organisations were present and actively contributed to the workshop. The Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) and a senior technical officer from the Northern Fisheries Centre (NFC) in Cairns also shared their expertise on marine finfish aquaculture development in their country. This report was compiled with ongoing assistance from the Service de la Pêche (SPE) in French Polynesia, one of the Pacific countries where marine finfish aquaculture is most active and where the sector shows much promises.
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