AquaNews is a quarterly newsletter of AquaFish. It contains news stories and information on project activities, meetings, and site visits by the Collaborative Research Support Program (CRSP) and Innovation Lab participants. 

The following is a collection of AquaNews issues published by AquaFish. Issues prior to 2008 were supported by previous awards under the Pond Dynamics/Aquaculture Collaborative Research Support Program and the Aquaculture CRSP.

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Nepal chapter, Dilip K. Jha, Narayan P. Pandit, Ishori S. Mahato, Madhav K. Shrestha, James Diana, food security, household nutrition, women, gender, sustainability, Agriculture and Forestry University, University of Michigan, U of M, OSU, Oregon State University, public school pond programs, Chitwan, Nawalparasi
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Africa Chapter, WAS Chapter, World Aquaculture Society, Charles Ngugi, Steve Amisah, conference, Khalid Salie, collaboration, Latin America, Caribbean, Latin America and Caribbean, LAC, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Maria Célia Portella, training, capacity building, 10,0000, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science, KNUST, promotion, provost, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Rank, feed, snakehead, Channa striata, Cambodia, Vietnam, Mekong Delta, small-sized fish, sustainability, ban, Can Tho University, CTU, Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute, IFReDI, University of Rhode Island, URI, Oregon State University, OSU, University of Connecticut, UC, UConn, soy protein, pellet feed, vitamin C deficiency, vitamin C, spinal abnormalities, hapa cage, collaboration, women, gender, nutrition, income, Nepal, Bangladesh, Samantha Farquhar, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, household, Madhav Shrestha, Sunila Rai, Dilip Jha, Agriculture and Forestry University, AFU, survey, Sadika Haque, Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries Section, GAF, gender equity, award, technical session, Touch Nget, Royal University of Agriculture, Nen Phanna, So Nam, weaning, grow-out, domesticated snakehead, wild strain snakehead, Freshwater Aquaculture Research and Development Center, FARDeC, Margareth Kibody Mbwana, Tanzania, Sokoine Universtiy of Agriculture, SUA, Sebastian Chenyambuga, nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, alternative protein, Moringa oleifera, Leucaena leucocephala, legume, feed conversion ratio, FCR, Certification of Aquaculture Professionals program, CAP, Auburn University, AU, train-the-trainer, fellowship, Channa striata
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Mobile Phone, Cell Phone, Uganda, Kenya, Ghana, Makerere University, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Makerere University, Hillary Egna, Joseph Molnar, Auburn University, AU, Theodora Hyuha, African lungfish, World Aquaculture Magazine, Agriculture and Forestry University, AFU, Nepal, University of Michigan, UM, Kwamena Quagrainie, Purdue University, PU, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, WAS African Chapter, Moureen Matuha, Earth Day, Public Outreach, Bangladesh Agricultural University, BAU, Best Management Practices, Can Tho University, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute, IFReDI, Cambodia, Maria Célia Portella, Abdul Wahab, Sao Paulo State University, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil, Bangladesh Agricultural University Research System, BAURES, Kaniz Fatema, Nutritional Conditioning, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Feed, Enos Were, Moi University, Charles Ngugi, Jewlet Enterprises, Technology, Fish Market Information System, FMIS, Supply Chain, VCA, value-chain analysis, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, NaFFIRI, Enhanced Fish Marketing Information System, EFMIS, Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute, International Labour Organization, ILO, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, Steve Amisah, Snakehead, Channa striata, Vitamin C, feed cost, polyculture, periphyton, Gender
Snakehead, Channa striata, Cambodia, HICD, Human and Institutional Capacity Development, Feed, Alternative feed, Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute, IFReDI, Can Tho University, CTU, Vietnam, University of Connecticut–Avery Point, UCAP, University of Rhode Island, URI, Pellet Feed, Feed, Gender equality, Gender Equity, Gender, Equality, Equity, VCA, value-chain analysis, Nepal, Carp, Nepal Agriculture Research Council, Jay Dev Bista, Nepal, Cooperative farming, Makerere University, MU, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, NFeRRI, Uganda, Regina Edziyie, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, Ghana, Food Justice, Food Security, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Tribhuvan University, Agriculture and Forestry University, AFU, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, sahar, Tor putitora, Nepal Agriculture Council, NARC
food security, Agriculture and Forestry University, AFU, Gender equality, women, Nepal, pearl farming, Kwame Nkrumah University Science Technology, KNUST, Ghana, award, Josiah Ani-Sabwa, James Bundi Mugo, Yang Yi, HICD, Human and Institutional Capacity Building, Hillary Egna, Woman of the Year, Tribhuvan University, Institute for Agriculture and Animal Sciences, IAAS, Aquaculture without Frontiers, Shanghai Ocean University, University of Michigan, Nepal Agricultural Research Council, Nepal Directorate of Fisheries Development, Madhav Shrestha, Sunila Rai, Tanzania, Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, National Farmers' Day, Steve Amisah, Purdue University, Virginia Tech, University of Eldoret, aquaponics, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, lettuce, Moi University, Kenya, Charles Ngugi, feed, protein
Tilapia, gut microbiome, Annual Meeting, APA, technical sessions, GAF, AFAF, Yang Yi, IIFET, International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, Asian Fisheries Society, AFS, award, feed efficiency, feed, North Carolina State University, NCSU, Russell Borski, Bangladesh Agricultural University, BAU, Nile tilapia, fertilization, Joe Molnar, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Asian-Pacific Aquaculture Conference, International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture, ISTA, John Walakira, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, African lungfish, Protopterus aethiopicus, Md. Lokman Ali, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh, Pangasius catfish, Pangasius hypophthalmus, hyposaline, sea-level rise, Dilip Jha, Agriculture and Forestry University, AFU, Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries, Hillary Egna, capacity building, HICD, students, Madhav Shrestha, James Diana, University of Michigan, gender equality, GAF6, Asian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum, 11AFAF, ASEAN Fisheries and Aquaculture Conference and Exposition, International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade Conference, Yang Yi, Asian Fisheries Society, Yang Yi Young Scientist Fellowship, award, Khop Narayan Shrestha, Nepal, Manahari Development Institute, Tribhuvan University, tilapia, polyculture, Sunila Rai, Dilip Kumar Jha, carp
Polyculture, Nepal, Bangladesh, tilapia, carp, sahar, mola, prawn, Earth Day, Annual Meeting, Asia fisheries and aquaculture forum, Word Find, Sunila Rai, Madhav Shrestha, Directorate of Fisheries Development, Dr. Rama Nandra Mishra, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, Las Vegas, Nevada, Nguyen Thi Cam Duyen, Snakehead ban, Narayan Prasad Pandit, Dr. Ruben Sevilleja, periphyton, small indigenous fish, SIS, Yang Yi, Agriculture and Forestry University, AFU, Russell Borski, Kwamena Quagrainie, Kevin Fitzsimmons, Can Tho University, Mekong River Basin, snakehead, Channa striata, amino acid, methionine, lysine, Cambodia, Vietnam, Tran Thi Thanh Hien, grass carp, Nile tilapia, Tribhuvan University, Agriculture and Forestry University, University of the Ryukyus, Masaru Nakamura, Oreochromis niloticus, Shanghai Ocean University, small indigenous species
Africa Day Conference, Uganda, women in aquaculture, Bangladesh, red marine algae, dulse, snakehead, feed, Cambodia, Puthearath Tith, horticulture, Theodora Hyuha, John Walakira, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, NaFIRRI, University of Connecticut, UC, UConn, snakehead ban, alternative feeds, Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute, IFReDI, Can Tho University, Vietnam, striped snakehead, Channa striata, soybean meal, Indonesian snakehead, Channa micropeltes, Tonle Sap, carp, Gymnostomus species, three spot gourami, Trichopodus trichopterus, African sharptooth catfish, Clarias gariepinus, shark catfish, Pangasius djambal, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Royal University of Agriculture, RUA, cold storage, Nutrition Innovation Lab, Horticulture Innovation Lab
Latin America and Caribbean, LAC, WAS Chapter, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, Latin America, Caribbean, Africa, Tanzania, Market, Typhoon Koppu Lando, tilapia, workshop, Annual Report, World Food Prize, meeting, Coastal, Women, Shellfish, development, Zanzibar, workshop, jewelry, bivalve, oyster, income, training, Chaza Cooperative Society, Shamim Naigaga, Auburn University, AU, Claude Boyd, water quality, test kit, Uganda, pollution, pond management, Market Analysis, dried fish, Charles Ngugi, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Maria Célia Portella, Steve Amisah, Kevin Fitzsimmons, Jim Diana, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, capacity building
catfish, Pangasius hypopthalamus, brackish water, hyposaline, North Carolina State University, NCSU, Lokman Ali, Abdul Wahab, Russell Borski, Bangladesh, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, PSTU, salinity, nutrition, education, food security, nutrition, women, University of Michigan, UM, Agriculture and Forestry University, AFU, household pond, curriculum, pond management, school pond program, Nepal, polyculture, prawn, mola, carp, WAS 2015 South Korea, stocking density tilapia, women's shellfish workshop, American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Moureen Matuha, Cell Phone, Mobile phone, Uganda, Technology, Auburn University, AU, market, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, NaFIRRI, Joseph Molnar, Alternative Feed, income, Bangladesh Agricultural University, BAU, Kenya, feed, alternate-day feeding, pulse feeding, gut biome, gut flora, tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus
Golden Sahar, Tor putitora, Indian carp, Nepal, artificial breeding, seed technology, grow-out, Jay Dev Bista, value-chain analysis, VCA, gender integration, women, stakeholder, Agriculture and Forestry University, AFU, Earthquake, feed, Aquaculture America, Fish Farmers' Symposium and Trade Fair, Uganda, Walimi Fish Farmers Cooperative Society, WAFICOS, conference, Claude Boyd, Aaron McNevin, USAID Feed the Future Innovation Labs Partners Meeting, Africa, Nepal Fisheries Society, children, outreach, Earth Day, Wilfred Jamandre, North Carolina State University, NCSU, University of Dhaka, Khulna University, KU, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Jimi Reza, Bangladesh Agricultural University, BAU, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, alternative breeding, alternate-day feeding, feed, milkfish, Sylhet Agricultural University, SAU, Abdul Wahab, Ravelina Velasco, Philippines, Remedios Bolivar, Borlaug LEAP Fellow, North Carolina State University, NCSU, Russell Borski, genetics, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, NaFIRRI, New Partnership for Africa’s Development, NEPAD, collaboration, capacity building, nutrition, sustainability, Nepal Fisheries Society Convention, NEFIS
Typhoon, tilapia cages, feed, climate change, nile tilapia, Profitability Project complete, periphyton, water quality, invertebrate feed, value chain analysis, VCA, Cambodia fish economy, children, women, Subhash Jha, picture, Sunila Rai, Jeffrey Bravo, the Philippines, Ghana, Oreochromis niloticus, Pilot Aquaculture Center, PAC, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, University for Development Studies, UDS, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Subhash Jha, Sahar, Tor putitora, Nepal
snakehead, pellet feed, Can Tho University, Vietnam, feed, Emmanuel Frimpong, value-chain Analysis, VCA, women, gender, Iris Fynn, Tran Thi Be, Tanzania, Cambodia, University Day, Asia Institute of Technology, Thailand, greenwater technology, Remedios Bolivar, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Philippines, North Carolina State University, NCSU, Florida Inernational University, tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, milkfish, Chanos chanos, alternative feed, Purdue University, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, Moi University, University of Eldoret, Ministry of Fisheries Development, Kenya, Ghana, seaweed, Gracilaria, Indonesia, Virginia Tech, Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization, FAO, Strategic Investment in Rapid Technology Dissemination, SIRTD, best management practices, BMP, International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade Conference, IIFET, International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, plant protein, phytase, taurine, University of Rhode Island, mudskipper, Pseudapocryptes elongates, Yaw Ansah, Sokoine University of Agriculture, SUA, Ford Evans, Charles Ngugi, Ghana, Kenya, technology, Hillary Egna, Chaza Cooperative Society, oyster, Narriman Jiddawi, Sebastian Chenyambuga, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Moringa oleifera, Leucaena leucocephala, leaf, feed conversion ratio, FCR, alternative feed
Ghana, education, capacity building, HICD, Emmanuel Frimpong, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, black cockles, Nicaragua, value-added, Central American University, UCA El Salvador, Anadara species, Annual Meeting, Aquaculture America, feed, SIRTD, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, North Carolina State University, NCSU, biofloc, Narayan Pandit, Nepal, Agriculture and Forestry University, AFU, Daniel Adjei-Boateng, Purdue University, tilapia, fertilization, Ghana, Russell Borski, milkfish, Philippines, Md. Abdul Wahab, Bangladesh Agricultural University, BAU, stinging catfish, Heteropneustes fossilis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia Tech, Steve Amisah, Best Management Practices, Rezwana Sharmin, Nile tilapia, silver carp, polyculture, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, snook, Universidad Juarez Autonoma de Tabasco, UJAT, Mexico, Centopomus undecimalis, Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute, IFReDI, Cambodia, Hillary Egna, Global Experiment, Experimental Pond Unit Analysis, Value-Chain Analysis, VCA, Nepal, Madhav Shrestha, technology, Rama Nanda Mishra, Directorate of Fisheries Development
Philippines, Typhoon Haiyan, Orientation, Washington D.C., ISTA 9, ISTA 10, International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture, Shanghai Ocean University 9AFAF, Asian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum, Asian Fisheries Society, Yang Yi, Kevin Fitzsimmons, Akuffo Amankwah, Ghana, Borlaug LEAP Fellowship, Purdue University, Kwamena Quagrainie, University of Ghana, best management practices, Kenya, Young Scientist Travel Award, SHOU Shanghai Ocean University, Africa Regional Meeting, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, Nelson Agbo, Kat Goetting, Jenna Borberg
Le Xuan Sinh, grant extension, Aquaculture restoration, polyculture, Award acceptance, Harry Rea, Charles Ngugi award, ISTA conference, International symposium on tilapia aquaculture, WAFICOS, John Walakira, GAF4, Borlaug Leadership Enhancement in Agriculture Program, SIRTD, Seaweed farming, Indonesia, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, SEAFDEC, Agar, North Carolina State University, NCSU, Gracilaria, Hillary Egna, African Lungfish, Protopterus spp., Perna viridis, green-lipped mussel, Megalobrama amblycephala, blunt snout bream, Akuffo Amankwah, Kwmamena Quagrainie
Kenya, Cuban gar, Atractosteus tristoechus, air breathing fish, aquaculture, IIFET conference, development, value chain, market, gender, gender equity, gender equality, women, WAS conference, capacity building, HICB, domestication, New digest website, technical reports, value chain analysis, VCA, value-chain analysis, Cecilia Muthoni, Carolyne Muyoki, Anthony Muthoni, Atractosteus tropicus, Tanzania
Polyculture, Amblypharyngodon mola, Bangladesh, prawns, mola, APLU report, Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, IIFET, International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, flyers, podcasts, digest website, Jim Bowman, air breathing fish, gar, lungfish, pacific fat sleeper, Ling Cao, CAP program Kenya, award, Yang Yi, Bangladesh Agricultural University, BAU, Macrobrachium rosenbergii, Hypophthalmichthys molitrix, Dormitator latrifons, Chame, Arapaima gigas, Pirarucu, Arapaima, Jim Diana, Sammy Macharia, the Philippines, Shrimp
Snakehead, VCA, value-chain analysis, Honduras, Fish Farmer's symposium, WAFICOS, Walimi Fish Cooperative Society, Goro Uehara, Pond systems, women, gender, Ethel Tettey, Symposium, leadership, Reduced feed strategies, feed, Vietnam, Cambodia, Nepal, Aquaculture and Aquatic Resource Management, AARM, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, Tribhuvan University, Tribhuvan University’s Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, IAAS, Madhav Shrestha, Yang Yi, Ethel Tettey, Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, Nelson Agbo, Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus, mudfish, Board for International Food and Agricultural Development, BIFAD, Human and International Capacity Development, HICD, The Philippines, Freshwater Aquaculture Research and Development Center, FARDeC
Diversity, snakehead, Channa striata, aquaculture impacts, Ngugi, Steve Amisah, Michelle Zamora Abella, WAS, World Aquaculture Society, Brazil, Sustainability practices in prawn farming, polyculture, Narayan Prasad Pandit, Naim Sidrotun, Trainings, education, capacity building, Tilapia, catfish, pacu, Guyana projects, Clarias gariepinus, Heterobranchus spp., Emmanuel Frimpong, Purdue University, PU, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia Tech, VT, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, Heterotis niloticus, Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus, Parachanna obscura, Ghana, Nile Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, University of Michigan, UM, Macrobrachium, Litopenaeus vannamei, white shrimp, Claude Boyd, Auburn University, AU, Konrad Dabrowski, Ohio State University, OSU, Gustavo Rodriguez, Narayan Prasad Pandit, Tribhuvan University, TU, Naim Sidrotun, Indonesia, Bandung Institute of Technology in Indonesia, BITI, Guyana
Annual meeting, Alternate feed, milkfish, air breathing fish, Economic development, Aquaculture, management practices, Fish Farmer symposium, WAFICOS, Madhav Shrestha, Nepal, Boamah Yaw Ansah, Tilapia, mayan cichlids, bay snooks, Yang Yi, Young Scientist Travel Fund, North Carolina State University, NCSU, the Philippines, Philippine Bureau of Fisheries & Aquatic Resources, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN, Shanghai Ocean University, SOU, S.k. Ahmad-Al-Nahid, Kenya, Kwamena Quagrainie, Duncan Sijeh, Department for International Development, DFDI, Charles Ngugi, Moi University, MU, Uganda, Walimi Fish Farmers Cooperative Society, National Agricultural Research Organization, NARO, Deep Blue Aquatic Systems, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, Ghana, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Virginia Tech, VT, Norman E. Borlaug Leadership Enhancement in Agriculture Program, Rafael Fernandez Guzman, Autonomous Juarez University of Tabasco in Villahermosa, Award
Mali, Presidential volunteer service award, LEAP, Alejandro Macdonal-Vera, snakehead, feed, alternative feeds, value chain development, VCA, value chain analysis, value-chain analysis, trade fair, Nancy Gitonga, FishAfrica, Yang Yi, Liu Liping, Shanghai Ocean University, SOU, Charles Ngugi, Moi University, MU, Kenyatta University, KU, Jason Licamele, Boamah Yaw Ansah, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Virginia Tech, VT, Universidad Juarez Autonoma de Tabasco, UJAT, Mexico, Channa micropeltes, Channa striata, Vietnam, Pellet feed, Can Tho University, CTU, Victor Motari, Kenya, Technology, Kenyatta University, Charles Ngugi, Uganda, Uganda Manufacturers Association, UMA, Annual Fish Farmers Symposium, Karen Veverica, UgaChick, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Rocio octofasciata, Petenia splendida
Mexico, Bacteria, methyltestosterone, MT, impact assessments, Milkfish, World Food Prize, Women in science and engineering, Gladys Kuria, Snook, overfishing, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Autonomous Juarez University of Tabasco, AJUT, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, USFDA, Pseudomonas fluorescens, Bacillus ceresus, Roberto Valdivia, Montana State University, MSU, Southeast Asian Development Center, SEAFDEC, the Philippines, Evelyn Grace de Jesus-Ayson, Nhuong Van Tran, Rafael Martinez-Garcia, Borlaug LEAP Fellowship, UC, Robert Pomeroy, University of Connecticut, UConn, Cambodia, Gertrude Atukunda, Uganda, Kajjansi Aquaculture Research and Development Centre, KARDC, Makerere University, MU, Uganda Martyrs University Nkozi, UMUK, WISE Institute, Women in Science and Engineering Institute, gender, gender equity, Moi University, MU, Charles Ngugi, Kenya, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Mwea Aqua Fish Farm, MAFF, Mexico, Autonomous Juarez University of Tabasco, AJUT, Kevin Fitzsimmons, University of Arizona, UA, Texas Tech University, TTU, Maria de Jesus Contreras Garcia, Ramon Dominguez Sanchez
Annual meeting, Outstanding achievement award, David Homer Buck memorium, Charles Ngugi, DoA Resource Management, Kenyatta, Yang Yi, Marta Jaroszewska, Business development, small-scale farmers, Zexia Gao, Seafood safety, sanitation, IIFET awards, rice-fish system, polyculture, Impact assessment project, impact assessment, communication, Cost, feed, alternative feed, Fish recipes, Earth day, OSU, Oregon State University, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, Jim Diana, James Diana, Kenya, Moi University, MU, Huazhong Agricultural University, HAU, the Ohio State University, bluegill sunfish, Lepomis macrochirus, Weiman Wang, Han-Ping Wang, red swamp crayfish, Procambarus clarkii, Invasive species, University of Hawaii Hilo, UHH, Mexico, Women in Fishing Industry Project, WIFIP, China, Mali, Steve Buccola, John Antle, Feed, Alternative Feed, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, North Carolina State University, NCSU, the Philippines, Remedios Bolivar, Russell Borski
Tilapia, Vietnam, icefish, China, Fish farming organizations, University Day, Oregon State University, OSU, World Food Prize, IIFET conference, International Institute of Fisheries and Economics Trade, economics, Gifty Anane-Taabeah, Bivalves, shellfish, cockles, water quality, suckermouth catfish, water quality, University of Michigan, UM, Huazhong Agricultural University, HAU, Nong Lam University, NLU, Uganda, Hillary Egna, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia Tech, VT, Emmanuel Frimpong, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, Ghana, University of Hawaii at Hilo, UHH, Anadara similis, Anadara tuberculosa, Anadara grandis, Vietnam, suckermouth catfish, Hypostomus plecostomus, Taihu icefish, Neosalanx taihuensis, silver carp, Hypophthalmichthys molitrix, bighead carp, Hypophthalmichthys nobilis, yellowcheek, Elopichthys bambusa, Emily Stutzman Jones, Gertrude Atukunda, John Walakira, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, NaFIRRI, Vibrio parahaemolyticus, Salmonella, Nicaragua, Central American University, CAU
Yang Yi, Hydrology, food security, WAS 2010, World Aquaculture Society, SARNISSA website, aquaponics, World Aquaculture Conference, Odipo Osano, International Symposium on Aquaculture & Fisheries Education, development, capacity building, TIES partnership award, Margareth M. Kibodya, catfish, alternative feeds, pond culture, rice-fish, fisheries planning, Feed, alternative feed, Workshop, water quality, Award LEAP, Crab workshop, indonesia, China, University of Arizona, UA, EPA P3, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s People Prosperity and Planet, Kevin Fitzsimmons, University of Tabasco, UJAT, Mexico, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, Tanzania, Sokoine University of Agriculture, SUA, Open University of Tanzania, OUT, Vietnam, Cambodia, pangasiid catfish, Channa striata, snakehead murrel, Channa micropeltes, giant snakehead, summer flounder, Paralichthys dentatus, Mali, Charles Ngugi, Leucaena leucocephala, Moringa oleifera, Sokoine University of Agriculture, SUA, Sebastian Chenyambuga, China, Shanghai Ocean University, SOU, Liu Liping, Min Jiang, Nhuong Van Tran, Auburn University, AU, International Institute for Fisheries Economics and Trade, IIFET, Oreochromis niloticus, Nile Tilapia, Aquaculture Without Frontiers, AWF, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, ACIAR, Soft Shell Crab
ISAFE, RFP, Jim Diana, James Diana, OSU Earth Fair, Earth Day, Charles Ngugi, Claude Boyd, Kwamena Quagrainie, Mali project, workshop, training, capacity building, Ravi Lal Sharman, WAS conference, WAS, World Aquaculture Society, International Symposium on Aquaculture and Fisheries Education, ISAFE, University of Michigan, UM, Michigan State University, MSU, Mali, Nepal, Tor putitora, Sahar, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Nepal Animal Science Association, NASA, Mexico
podcast, Chame fish, aquaculture, Photo contest, new website, Ford Evans, Patty Heublein, Laura Morrison, Maria Célia Portella, annual report, food security, aquaculture production, sustainability, Pamila Romatar, Guyana, Carlos Jose Rivas Leclair, Nicaragua, Symposium, tilapia, award, RFP, request for proposal, Kenya, field visit, Jeanne Coulibaly, pacific fat sleeper, Dormitator latifrons, University of Connecticut, UConn, So Nam, Cambodia, Mali, Guyana, Ecuador, University of West Indies, UWI, Tilapia, pacu, Carlos José Rivas Leclair, Central American University, UCA, National Technical Institute, TPN, Center for Aquatic Research, CIDEA, International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture, ISTA8, Kenya, Board for International Food and Agriculture Development, BIFAD, Moi University, MU, Côte d’Ivoire, Purdue University, PU, University of Cocody, UC, Kwamena Quagrainie, Peru, Shanghai Ocean University, SOU, Yang Yi
Leadership Enhancement in Agriculture Program, LEAP, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, administrative procedures, accountability, working relationships, Conference, Book signing, New Partnership for Africa's Development, NEPAD, improving management, developing production, enhancing fish trade, ANAF, Mali, budget, Earthquake, Sichuan province, fish loss, economic loss, Rafael Martinez-Garcia, University of Arizona, UA, Ravelina Velasco, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, North Carolina State University, South Korea, Jim Anderson, University of Rhode Island, URI, Kevin Fitzsimmons, Mexico, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Oregon State University, OSU, Charles Ngugi, Kenya, Moi University, MU, New Partnership for Africa’s Development, NEPAD, Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Program, CAADP, Aquaculture Network for Africa, ANAF, International Network of Genetics in Aquaculture, INGA
Human Health and Aquaculture project, bivalve, Nayarit, Sinaloa, marketing study, Exchange Project, new student employees, Workshops, seminars, capacity building, South Africa, Ghana, Vietnam, Brazil, Mexico, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, Sunila Rai, Tribhuvan University, Nepal, TU, Yang Yi, Shanghai Fisheries University, SFU, University of Hawaii Hilo, UHH, Mexico, Crassostrea corteziensis, Tilapia, Lourens De Wet, Khalid Salie, Steve Amisah, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, Stellenbosch University, SU, Nguyen Thanh Phuong, Can Tho University, CTU, Maria Célia Portella
World Aquaculture Society, WAS, Vietnam, Carl Bond, Exchange Project, Nile tilapia, mosquito larvae, Carl Schreck, Kenya, Brown Division Chief, Live haul, stressors, physical damage, Tanzania, Sokoine University of Agriculture in Morogoro, SUA, James Rakocy, University of the Virgin Islands, UVI, Remedios Bolivar, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, UAPB, Moi University, MU, Charles Ngugi, Arkady Uscanga-Martinez, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, UJAT, Petenia splendida, Mexico, Amrit Bart, Kevin Fitzsimmons, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, University of Arizona, UA, Nguyen Thanh Phuong, Can Tho University, CTU
Bangladesh, fertilization regime, student employees, OSU Earth Day, OSU, Earth Day, Oregon State University, Pond Workshop, capacity building, Central America Project, workshop, tilapia culture, Bangladesh, Polyculture, Indian major carp, Chinese carp, Hillary Egna, Yang Yi, Abdul Wahab, Emmanuel Vera Cruz, the Philippines, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Florida International University, FIU, Chris Brown, Nile Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Jim Bowman, james Bowman, University of Georgia, UGA, Bill Tollner, Morris Omuhaya
Final ACRSP meeting, Training of Trainers, TOT, workshop, fisheries officers, Kenya, EPAC, Herbert Ssegane, E. Broadus Browne Research Award, Kenya watershed, Eagle-Condor Exchange Project, Northern Native Americans, Latin Americans, UJAT, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Hillary Egna, Weakfish, Cynoscion ragalis, Charles Ngugi, Moi University, MU, William Kiama, Fred Chu Koo, Universidad Nacional de la Amazonía Peruana, Peru, UNAP, Universidade Federal do Amazonas, UFA, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonía Peruana, IIAP, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, SIUC, Chris Kohler, William Camargo, Colossoma macropomum, Piaractus brachypomus, Herbert Ssegane, University of Georgia at Athens, UGA, Uganda, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, Mexico, Mexican Condors
James Bundi Mugo, Longnose gar, tropical gar, Surrogate species, Ohio State University, OhSU, UJAT, Universidad Juarez Autonoma de Tabasco, gonadal formation, gonadal development, hormonal effects on testis/ovary development, Uganda, Charles Ngugi, Nile tilapia, catfish, Oreochromis niloticus, Clarias, Nancy Gitonga, Chris Bridger, Atractosteus tropicus, L. osseus, Mexico, University of Wisconsin, UW
Symposium, tilapia, Veracruz, ISTA 7, reference books, Workshop, courses, capacity building, tilapia, pond design, high improvement rate, Hangzhou, China, cage culture, best paper awards, best student paper awards, Joseph Molnar, promoted, Chhorn Lim, Fitzsimmons, de Sanchez ISTA 7, Joan Westfall, Jeff Burright, Md. Asaduzzaman, CAUNESP, Brazil, fingerling producers, larval rearing, paku, Pseudoplatystoma spp., Ohio State University collaboration, OSU, BAU visit, Paul Olin, fish hatchery, fisheries resources workshop, IIFET, ACRSP funds distribution, best student abstract winners
Tsunami, Thailand, Indonesia, Aceh Province, restoration, Kevin Fitzsimmons, AwF, WAS, World Aquaculture Society, Echo seminar, the Philippines, Remidos Bolivar, Kenya, Sagana Fish Farm, Pseudoplatystoma, catfish, fertilization, reproduction, OhSU, Amazonian catfish, Idsariya Wudtisin, Symposium, tilapia, Veracruz, Mexico, Panama, Smitherman, development, Central Luzon State University, Building Sustainable Industry, Fiesta Tilapia, China, Zhejiang University, CAA2, Jim Diana, James Diana, honored, Leonard Award, virtual tour
workshop, capacity building, Kenya, Education, Peru, Colombia, South Africa, best management practice, Technical Committee, regional meeting, CETRA, Mexico, technology transfer, recirculating aquaculture system, RAS, Philippines, Thailand, tilapia, CLSU, IIFET, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Lake Tana, Miheret, Gitonga, USAID, AWRA, Annual meeting, Florence, Victoria Boit, Poster awards, Yang Yi, Kwamena Quagrainie, Purdue University
Host Country Principal Investigator Exchange Project, HCPI Exchange Project, Sagana, fish farm, El Carmen, EcoCostas, Sustainable Coastal Communities and Ecosystems Program, SUCCESS, Chris Kohler, Bill Tollner, Kwamena Quagrainie, Danielle Clair, Thailand, Chame, Dormitatus latifrons, Amrit Bart, Remedios B. Bolivar, Dan Meyer, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Nancy Gitonga, Benson Thiga, AIT, Asian Institute of Technology, C. Kwei Lin, Coastal Resources Center, CRC, University of Rhode Island, URI, Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center, PACRC, UHH, University of Hawaii Hilo, La Fundación Centro Regional para el Manejo de Ecosistemas Costeros, EcoCostas, Peru, Kenya, Charles Ngugi, Moi University, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Mexico, the Philippines, Suyapa Meyer, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, UJAT, Kab-Ja Fish Farm, Ulises Hernandez-Vidal, Zamorano University, Aloyce Kaliba, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, UAPB, Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association, WIOMSA, Rafael Martínez García, Gar, Wararat Wudtisin, University of Arizona, UA, Kevin Fitzsimmons, polyculture, Kasetsart University, KU, Auburn University, AU
fish sex control, tilapia fry, SHRINFO, SUCCESS Program, Sustainable Coastal Communities and Ecosystems Fisheries Forum, shellfish culture, Zanzibar, Tanzania, seaweed production, seaweed, shellfish, Menai Bay, Sixth International Tilapia Aquaculture Sympsium, ISTA6, AKTEA women conference, women, gender, Nile tilapia, Yang Yi, C. Kwei Lin, Aquaculture America, AA, Mexico, University of Rhode Island, URI, University of Hawaii Hilo, UHH, Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association, WIOMAS, University of Central America, UCA, Amrit Bart, Madhav K. Shrestha, Le Thanh Hung, Yuan Derun, Dao Huy Giap, Vu Cam Luong, SHRINFO, Shrimp Research Information Database, National Center for Genetic Engineering, National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, BIOTEC, Thailand, Institute for Marine Sciences, IMS, University of Dar es Salaam, UDSM, Seaweed Culture, Hauke Kite-Powell, Blacklip pearl oysters, Pinctada margaritifera, Mangrove oysters, Isognomon isognomon, mussels, Modiolus auriculatus, pen shells, Atrina vexilum, cockles, Anadara antiquata, sex-reversal, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, UJAT, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, China, Hainan University, HU, Suyapa Triminio Meyer, Zamorano University, University of Georgia, Auburn University, ZU, UG, AU, Vu Cam Luong, Vietnam, James Lannan
missing link, adapting aquaculture, Solution Finder website, Tilapia Connection Network Organization, tilapia culture,tilapia, Kevin Fitzsimmons, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Training Internships Exhanges Scholarships grant, TIES grant, Spanish language aquaculture extension, tilapia production training, capacity building, Sixth International Tilapia Aquaculture Symposium, ISTA 6, IIFET conference, Honduras, El Salvador, Tilapia Connection, Bangladesh, Bangladesh Agricultural University, BAU, Yang Yi, Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute, Patuakhali Barguna Aquaculture Extension Project, Thengamara Mahila Sabuj Sangha, BFRI, SUFER, PBAE, TMSS, Vietnam, Duong Van Lanh, GIS, North American Free trade Agreement, NAFTA, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, UAPB, fingerlings
Climbing Perch, Anabas testudineus, aquaculture potential, Saharan Africa fish farming, Konrad Dabrowski, Ohio State University, OhSU, UJAT, tilapia, sex reversal, CRSP Kenya Project, wild-caught tilapia market, Nile tilapia, Kenya, Moi University, MU, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Gabriel Márquez Couturier, tropical gar, Atractosteus spatula, Lepisosteus tropicus, Barry Costa-Pierce, Rhode Island Sea Grant, Oreochromis niloticus, catfish, Clarias gariepinus, Emmanuel Vera Cruz, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Florida International University, FIU, the Philippines
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Dhirendra Prasad Thakur, Asian Institute of Technology, Mahseer, Tor putitora, Nepal, Kenya, ministry of fisheries and livestock, OhSU, Ohio State University, Mexico's National Council for Science and Technology, CONACYT, Mexico, third international aquaculture training course, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana, IIAP, Peru, CLSU, Central Luzon State University, tambaqui, Colossoma macropomum, South Africa
Stinging Catfish, Heteropneustes fossilis, venomous fish, CRSP Earth day, aquaculture symposium, International Organic Aquaculture Workshop, capacity building, Minnesota, Organic Aquaculture Day, Small-scale Aquaculture Food Security, Strategic Partnership for Agricultural Research and Education, SPARE, Nepal, Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, IAAS, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, Thailand, Narayan Pandit, University of Agriculture and Forestry, UAF, Madhav Shrestha, Pangasius catfish, Clarias batrachus, Anabas testudineus
tropical gar, UJAT, Adopt-A-Gar, Mexico, CLSU, rural farmers, tilapia grow-out production, FARA, CGIAR, Sub-Saharan Africa, tilapia, ischemic stroke risk, Bernardita Campos Campos, Atractosteus tropicus, Central Luzon State University, Florida International University, FIU, Remedios Bolivar, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, Supply Chain, VCA, value-chain analysis, value chain analysis, Tilapia market, Ka He, Bernardita Campos Campos, Blanca Priego, Taworn Thunjai, Auburn University, AU
technology transfer, Honduras Project, Honduras, Central America farmer training, capacity building, UJAT, tilapia-shrimp polyculture, Peruvian plant supplemental fish food, Ohio State University, OhSU, tropical gar sex identification, Polyculture, Tropical Gar, Peru, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Native Species, maca, Lepidium meyenii, camu-camu, Myrciaria dubia, aguaje, Mauritia flexuosa, pacu, Piaractus brachypomus, rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Guillermo Alvarez, Alejandro MacDonal Vera, Mexico, Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Services, CSREES, National Association of County Agriculture Agents, NACAA, Colien Hefferan, Ron Baird, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras, Atractosteus tropicus
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Africa chapter, Sagana Fish Farm, nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Moi University, Clarias gariepinus, Auburn University, AU, OSU, Oregon State University, AFS meeting, American Fisheries Society, USAID, United States Agency for International Development, OhSU, Ohio State University, local technology, FAO, United Nations Food and Agriculture Oreganization, Instituto de la Amazonia Peruana, Southern Illinois University, IIAP, Pomacea spp., applesnail, Arapaima gigas, feed conversion efficiency, Hatfield Marine Science Center, HMSC
Honduras, water supply, pond water balance models, water quality, Tenth Work Plan, tilapia restaurant markets, tilapia market, OSU/UJAT collaborative project, sustainable aquaculture, tambaqui, pacu, improved broodstock nutrition, pijuayo corn substitute, tilapia methyltestosterone metabolites, MT, Honduras, WIDeST, Honduras, shrimp, tilapia, Honduras aquatic species list, native Amazonian plant research, native species, Nicaragua Farm-Raised tilapia market, Brazilian Fish and Shrimp Stew recipe, tilapia recipe, OSU Earth Day celebration, Earth day, Petri-Pisciculture, DC nutrition conference, capacity building, non-governmental organization, NGO, Mexico, Colossoma macropomum, Piaractus brachypomus, Peru, Auburn University, AU, Zamorano, Fred Chu, Terra Nuova, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana, IIAP, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, SIUC, Ivano Neira Diaz, Nicaragua, Amazon
tilapia-shrimp polyculture, Polyculture, Vietnam, Thailand, the Phillipines, tilapia industry, tilapia, Tom Popma, Suyapa Triminio de Meyer, Agnes Saborio Coze, Gwyn Newcombe, Christopher Knud-Hansen, Claude Boyd, Chris Brown, Yang Yi, Kwei Lin, Bill Tollner, Jennifer Maldonado, Tenth Work Plan, Food security, World Aquaculture Society annual meeting, WAS, Peruvian Amazon, fish reproduction, Peru, spanish-language manual, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Kevin Fitzsimmons, Can Tho University, CTU, Nguyen Thanh Phuong, Truong Quoc Phu, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Charoen Pokphand Group, CP Group, Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo, Costa Rica, Honduras, Escuela Agrícola Panamericana, Zamorano, World Aquaculture Society
Michigan State University, MSU, Nepal, fish stocking, Tenth Work Plan expansion, Tenth Work Plan, Thailand, clinoptilolite, pond dynamic workshop, capacity building, Le Thanh Hung, Le Thanh Luu, Nguyen Thanh Phuong, Md. Abdul Whab, Mahav Shrestha, Steven Brechin, Mali Boonyaratpalin, Ted Batterson, Christopher Knud-Hansen, Donald Garling, Ecuador, Shrimp, shrimp farming, Claude Boyd, William Camargo, Konrad Dabrowski, Ron Jones, bottom soil quality research, Soil, Oldways preservation conference, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, Kom Silapajarn, Auburn University, AU, Mollusk, Water Farming Initiative, WFI, Tilapia Recipe
New soils research partners, soil, Philippines Fish Farmer Symposium, capacity building, 6 CASA, Sixth Central American Symposium on Aquaculture, University Day, pond sediment, Koos Prinsloo, Johan Theron, Andrew Scholtz, Julio Ferraz de Queiroz, Spanish-Language Tilapia Manual, Aquacultura CA, Eddie Lopez, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Genetically Manipulated Tilapia, GMT, University of the Philippines in the Visayas, UPV, Freshwater Aquaculture Center, FAC, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, the Philippines, Asociación Nacional de Acuicultores de Honduras, ANDAH, Global Aquaculture Alliance, Carlos Nagel, Red de Desarrollo Sostenible-Honduras, RDS-HN, Technology, Honduras
NGO, non-governmental organization, 6 CASA, Sixth Central American Symposium on Aquaculture, capacity building, Online aquaculture groups, Atauda defences, Kenya, pond effluent, Peru, Peruvian Amazonian, food security, PROSEAL project, Iquitos Nauta Road, Central American Aquaculture Symposium, sustainable shrimp-production practices, shrimp, ASEAN-SEAFDEC sustainable fisheries conference, tilapia, PD/A CRSP database, male tilapia, sex reversal, pond fertilizing crop, pond fertilizing, pond fertilizer, Steve Sempier, Colossoma, Universidad Nacional de la Amazonia Peruana, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, SEAFDEC, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, FAO, UN, Xena Cummings, Jose Falck, Htin Aung Kyaw, Marcos De Jesus, Claude Boyd, Remedios Bolivar, Eddie Jimenez, Amrit Bart, Carole Engle, A.R.S.B. Athauda, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, tilapia recipe
NASULGC, BIFAD, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Patricia Nduku Mwau, Zamorano, Escuela Agrícola Panamericana, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, Pond Aquaculture Best Management Practices, Best management practices, BMP, BMPs, best management practice, Nile tilapia, sex determination, polyculture, Honduras, tilapia market, AAAS, American Association for the Advancement of Science Aquaculture Symposium, capacity building, shrimp, policy issues, Global Aquaculture Advocate, GAA, Potjanee Nadtirom, Thailand, Oreochromis niloticus, National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, Board for International Food and Agricultural Development, Thailand, Roz Naylor, Stanford University, Rebecca Goldburg, Environmental Defense, Meryl Williams, International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, Stephanie Sanford, Carl Schreck, Doug Ernst
Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, UJAT, monosex tilapia, tilapia, sustainable aquaculture, Tabasco, Mexico, North American Association Fisheries Economists, NAAFE, soil pH, soil, small-scale aquaculture, Sagana Fish Farm, Embu, Kenya, FAO fisheries report, FAO, tropical gar, gar, Atractosteus tropicus, Taworn Thunjai, Claude Boyd, Auburn University, UA
Polyculture, IIFET 2000, International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade 2000 Conference, ISTA 5, capacity building, CRSP Council, Panama shrimp, shrimp, white spot syndrome virus, shrimp disease market, shrimp-tilapia polyculture, Taura Syndrome, pond mud lotus, nutrient removal, Ecuador, shrimp production, tilapia, tilapia market research, Market research, OSU University Day, Fifth International Symposium Tilapia Aquaculture, American Tilapia Association, NASULGC meeting, Kenya, Thailand, Mexico, External Evaluation Panel, EEP, Peru, Cannabalism, Ecuador, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, UAPB, Ivano Neira, Carole Engle, Aye Aye Mon, Ivano Neira, Eunice Pérez Sánchez, Martin Fitzpatrick, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez
Honduras, new work plans, tilapia, Zamorano, Tropical Storm Mitch, Dan Meyer, ANDAH, 5 CASA, fifth central american symposium on aquaculture, capacity building, Kevin Bokay, Ingvar Elle, tilapia reproduction control, tilapia sex inversion, sex reversal, University of Georgia, UG, Ingvar Elle, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Mexico, Oregon State University, OSU, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, UJAT, Fulbright-LASPAU, Latin American Scholarship Program of American Universities, rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus
Freshwater Aquacultre Center, FAC, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Southeast Asian aquaculture, James Diana, Jim Diana, delayed tilapia feeding, feed, Genetically Improved Farmed Tilapia, GIFT, CLSU program development, Fisheries Modernization Act, Oscar Zelaya, economically responsible aquaculture, Russell Moll, Dennis Balogu, Viji Sreenivasan, Lee Williams, NASULGC, IIAP-Quistococha, anaconda, tilapia farmer constraints, Hawaii, ancient fish pond, Spanish Lanuage Aquaculture manual, fish self-sufficiency, vietnam, tilapia, Mitchell River Catchment, Remedios Bolivar, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization Act, Ruben Sevilleja, Oscar Zelaya, Escuela Agrícola Panamericana, El Zamorano, Bart Green, David Teichert-Coddington, Auburn University, AU, Claude Boyd, Russell Moll, University of Michigan, UM, Tilapia recipe
monitoring, CRSP research database, tropical tilapia production, tilapia, POND software, POND 4.0, Gary Jensen, Deb Burke, ISTA 5, fifth international symposium tilapia aquaculture, dogs protect aquaculture ponds, MAG, Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, CENDEPESCA, National Centre of Fisheries Development, Llano La Laguna fishing ban, University of Hawaii at Hilo, UHH, fishing ban, Kevin Hopkins, Database Management, Technology, Charles Hillyer, John Bolte, Gary Jensen, External Evaluation Panel, EEP, Cooperative State Research, Education, Extension Service, capacity building, CSREES, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA, United States Geological Service, USGS, Deb Burke, International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, IIFET 2000, Tilapia recipe
Honduras, new work plans, tilapia, Zamorano, Tropical Storm Mitch, Dan Meyer, ANDAH, 5 CASA, fifth central american symposium on aquaculture, capacity building, Kevin Bokay, Ingvar Elle, tilapia reproduction control, tilapia sex inversion, sex reversal, University of Georgia, UG, Ingvar Elle, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Mexico, Oregon State University, OSU, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, UJAT, Fulbright-LASPAU, Latin American Scholarship Program of American Universities, rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus
AIT, Asian Institute of Technology, Aqua Outreach Program, AOP, AARM, Hilary Egna, Thailand, tilapia recipe, small-scale aquaculture, Oreochromis niloticus, Frances Tain, Gonzalo Llosa, IIAP, Peru, Salvador Tello, Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management Program, University of Michigan, UM, Conservation International, CI, Salvador Tello, Universidad Nacional de la Amazonia Peruana, UNAP, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, UAM, Peru
fish farming technique survey, socioeconomic study, shrimp farming risk analysis, Remedios Bolivar, Chris Brown, Sixteenth Annual Administrative Report, Pond Fertilization Guide, Cormac Craven, Amrit Bart, IMNC, Fifth Asian Fisheries Forum, Aquaculture America '99, Ninth Work Plan, tilapia recipes, social science research, pond, gender equality, gender, gender equity, women, Honduras, shrimp farming economic analysis, Joseph Molnar, Auburn University, AU, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, Thailand, Kenya, Peru, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Guatemala, Carole Engle, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, UAPB, Risk analysis, Asociación Nacional de Acuicultores de Honduras, ANDAH
Martin Fitzpatrick, tilapia sex-reversal treatment procedures, tilapia sex reversal, steroid investigation, Don Juan, jumping behavior, the Phillipines, Tony Circa, tilapia aquaculture space experiment, Kris McElwee, monosex tilapia, hormone-treated feed, pond soil coring, Brigitte Goetze, asthma, traditional medicine, pond irrigation, seeding young tilapia, tilapia, Wilfrido Contreras-Sánchez, Rik Hornick, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Water Quality, Soil, Brigitte Goetze, Mexico, anti-depressant, freshwater fingernail clams, zebra mussels, Prozac, Seratonin, Shellfish spawning, Remedios Bolivar
Bart Green, Hurricane Mitch, Tropical Storm Mitch, Aldea Global, Global Village, GIFT Foundation, genetically improved farmed tilapia, IIAP, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana, Peru, BIFAD, the Philippines, Tilapia Aquaculture International, chocolate hybrid tilapia, Pennyfish, fishmonger, eel attack, thai shrimp farmers protest, government ban, Shrimp ban, Protest, Thailand, Inland Shrimp Farmers Group, ISFG, PCAMRD, Philippine Council for Aquatic and Marine Research and Development, tilapia produce insulin, shrimp robberies, CNA, Edna McBreen, INTSORMIL CRSP, larval bycatch, disease spread, Claude Boyd, eutrophication, biodiversity threats, biodiversity, chemical usage , social impacts, Martin Fitzpatrick, David Teichert-Coddington, Honduras, University of Hawaii, UH, Robert Howerton, Chris Brown, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Board for International Food and Agricultural Development, Daniel Jamu, Raul Piedrahita, University of California, Davis, UCD, Malawi, Conger eel, hormone production, insulin, Martin Fitzpatrick
Honduran tilapia shrimp culture, tilapia-shrimp culture, polyculture, tilapia, El Carao National Fish Culture Research Center, Native wetland flora/fauna biodiversity management, biodiversity, Native Species, Chontales, ancient Olmec civilization, Olmec, Gabril Marquez, tropical gar, gar, Felicien Rwangano, OSU Earth Week's Information Fair, Earth Day, OSU Earth Day, Azerbaijan, Thailand Agriculture Ministry, Thailand, sustainable shrimp farming, Commonwealth Development Corporation, CDC, AquaCorporation International SA, ACI, Fifth Central American Symposium on Aquaculture, 5 CASA, African catfish fingerlings, African catfish, catfish, estuarine water quality, water quality, shrimp culture, Shrimp, Auburn University, AU, Gabriel Marquez Couturier, Universidad Juarez Autonoma de Tabasco, UJAT, Félicien Rwangano, Oreochromis niloticus, Salmon, Asociación Nacional de Acuicultores de Honduras, ANDAH, Thai catfish, Pangasius sutchi, Rwanda
Amazon River Basin, Peru, Food Justice, Peruvian Ministry of Fisheries, Gonzalo Llosa, Fernando Alcantara Bocanegra, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Peruana, IIAP, Christopher C. Kohler, Susan T. Kohler, Regional Management, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Deb Burke, OSU, Oregon State University, Education, capacity building, Shrimp Symposium, American Association for the Advancement of Science, AAAS, Shrimp, Mangrove, Thailand, Auburn University, AU, C. Kwei Lin, Asian Institue of Technology, AIT, Claude Boyd, United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization, FAO, UN, Best Management Practices, BMPs, BMP, Global Aquaculture Alliance, GAA, Fish Market, Value-Chain Analysis, VCA, value chain analyis, Market Chain, Colossoma macropomum, Pacu, gamitana, Disease, Sustainable Aquaculture, Information Technology, Technology, Aquamod, Computer Model, Integrated Aquaculture, integrated agriculture aquaculture, agri-aqua farming, Nile Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, rice-fish farming, common carp, Cyprinus carpio, Chinese carp, Hypophthalmichthys molitrix, Ctenopharyngodon idella, Aristichthys nobilis, silver striped catfish, catfish, Pangasius sutchi, silver barb, Puntius gonionotus, gouramies, Trichogaster pectoralis, Osphronemus goramy, water hyacinth, Ceratophylum demersum, snakehead, Channa striata, climbing perch, Anabas testudineus, Rodrigo Laniado Romera, Water Quality
Kenya, Karen Veverica, Africa, Facility Management, Facility construction, Mathias Wafula, Honduras, Peru, the Philippines, Central Luzon State University, CLSU, Oregon State University, OSU, Kelvin Koong, Hillary Egna, The United Nations Development Fund for Women, UNIFEM, women, gender, gender equity, gender equlaity, Carole Engle, Carp, Polyculture, Oreochromis niloticus, Hypophthalmichthys molitrix, Labeo rohita, Silver carp, Nile tilapia, Cirrhinus mrigala, fertilization, water quality, Oreochromis shiranus, Shire River tilapia, Sex ratio, sex reversal, ISTA, Marion McNamara, Oreochromis mossambica, tilapia, Financial Market, Fish Market, Genetic engineering, genetics, Global Aquaculture Alliance, GAA, Education, capacity building, George Chamberlain, Shrimp, National Fisheries Institute, NFI, Tanga Coastal Zone Conservation and Development Program, TCZCDP, Tanzania, World Tilapia Association, WTA, Mike Sipe, Israeli Fish Farmers Association, International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture, Protein production, Hybrid fish, genetic hybrid, cage culture
Green water, Thailand, phytoplankton, tilapia, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, Royal Thai Department of Fisheries, DOF, Nutrition, HICB, Capacity Building, Public Outreach, Brigitte Goetze, Marco Iván Rodríguez, WAS, World Aquaculture Society, Auburn University, AU, Honduran Dirección General de Pesca y Acuicultura’s Research Station, Honduras, Land Use and Productivity Enhancement, LUPE, Palillos Fish Farm, HICB, Capacity Building, tilapia, shrimp, Phil Helfrich, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii, UH, L.J. Koong, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, Clare LaFond, Kevan Main, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, HBOI, Shadrach Okiror-Okiror, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, UAPB, University of Arkansas, UA, Tehnology, Oregon State University, OSU, John Bolte, Shree Nath, Software, Taura syndrome, Taura virus, Salinity, Salinity Tolerance, polyculture, Education, Central American Symposium on Aquaculture, CASA, Waiakea High School, Ryan Mashiyama, Kevin Hopkins, Federal Regulation, HACCP Regulation, Streptococcus iniae, Pathogen, Streptococcal bacteria, Disease Transmission, antibiotics, American Tilapia Association, ATA, Quality Control, Food Guidelines, Food handling, GIFT Foundation International Inc., GIFT Tilapia, Genetically Improved Farmed Tilapia, Feed, asparagus, Maria Reames, transgene
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Oregon State University, OSU, FAO, GIS, Geographic Information System, InterCRSP, natural resource management, University of Arkansas Pine Bluff, INTSORMIL, United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, USAID, nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, tambaqui, Colossoma macropomum, pacu, Piaractus mesopotamicus, common carp, Cyprinus carpio, West Africa, Latin America, sustainability, WAS, World Aquaculture Society, Honduras, Israel, CLSU, Central Luzon State University
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Oregon State University, OSU, ISTA, International Symposium for Tilapia in Aquaculture, Raul Piedrahita, CRSP, Israeli Aquafarmers Association, SEPESCA, American Tilapia Association and the International Centre for Living Aquatic Resources Management, WAS, World Aquaculture Society, Aquaculture America, American Tilapia Association, ATA, Rwanda Refugee Relief, INTSORMIL, BIFAD, Asian Institute of Technology, local aquaculture, Aquaculture for Local Community Development, ALCOM, Karen Veverica, taura syndrome, NMFS
Rwanda, Jim Bowman, James Bowman, Wayne Seim, Karen Veverica, Zimbabwe, Community Development, capacity building, Kenya, Tanzania, University of Nairobi, National Aquaculture Center for Tanzania, Honduras, Water Quality, feed, Taura Syndrome, Taura Virus, Panamerican Agriculture School, Honduras, David Teichert-Coddington, tilapia, Auburn University, AU, Thailand, carp, polyculture, DAST, UC Davis, University of California - Davis, UCD, OSU, Oregon State University, Integrated Aquaculture, FAO, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, UN, Shree Nath, GIS, Software, Technology, water temperature, Oreochromis Niloticus, Colossoma macropomum, Gender, Gender equity, Gender equality, women, Marion McMamara, C. Kwei Lin, Yang Yi, China, Asian Fisheries society, AFS, Costa Rica, Market Analysis, POND Software, Nicaragua, Pond Culture, Washington DC, District of Columbia, Niger, Integrated Management, Brigette Goetze
Washinton DC, District of Columbia, Oneal Smitherman, Robert Fridley, Phil Helfrich, Bryan Duncan, Gary Jensen, Hillary Egna, Brigette Goettze, Food Security, Boyd Haight, ALCOM, OSU, Oregon State University, Rwanda, Rwanda Refugee, Eugene rurangawa, Patricie Nyirahabinka, Domitille Niyitigeka, Marie-Louise Umugiranza, Alexandre Gahingana, Capacity building, HICB, Honduras, Thailand, the Philippines, Water quality, Shrimp, Taura Syndrome, Soil, Tilapia, Modeling, POND Software, technology, Regional Management, Randall Brummett, Malawi, International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, ICLARM, Rainfed aquaculture, Kelly Kammerer, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, UN, FAO, GIS, Pacific Conference on Marine Science and Technology, PACON
POND Software, Technology, DAST, Honduras, Shrimp, tambaqui, Colossoma macropmum, Shree Nath, Doug Ernst, David Teichert-Coddington, Rwanda, University of Rwanda, UR, Soil Testing, soil, PONDCLASS, Thailand, Tilapia, polyculture, NPP, Primary Production, Egypt, Nile tilapia, Blue tilapia, NARP, Sex Reversal, Oreochromis aureus, Oreochromis mossambicus
Egypt, Martin Fitzpatrick, Carl Schreck, Khaled Hussein Hassan, Gamal Adb El-Nasser, Oregon State University, OSU, Masculinization, Sex reversal, Tilapia, Bill Gale, William Gale, Grant Feist, Gary Jensen, Honduras, Water quality, Shrimp, tambaqui, Colossoma Macropomum, polyculture, David Teichert-Coddington, Thailand, Stocking Density, Feed, The Philippines, Freshwater Aquaculture Center, FAC, Oreochromis niloticus, DAST, UC Davis, UCD, University of California - Davis, POND Software, software, Oreochromis Aureus
Egypt, Ali Abdelghany, Zeinab Elnagdy, Bartholomew Green, Fatma Hafez, Kevin Hopkins, Abdel Mostafa, William Shelton, Honduras, Water Quality, Shrimp, Penaeus vannamei, tambaqui, Colossoma macropomum, polyculture, Honduran National Association of Aquaculturists, David Teichert-Coddington, Thailand, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, Stocking density, the Philippines, Freshwater Aquaculture Center, FAC, Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Nile tilapia DAST, University of California at Davis, UCD, UC Davis, POND Software, Central Laboratory for Aquaculture Research, CLAR, Oregon State University, OSU
Rwasave Fish Culture Station, Rwanda, Joyce Newman, Universite Nationale du Rwanda, Clarias gariepinus, PONDCLASS, Technology, Software, Honduras, water quality, shrimp, Auburn University, AU, George Ward, University of Texas, UT, Thailand, feed, supplemental feed, C. Kwei Lin, Kevin Hopkins, Freshwater Aquaculture Center, FAC, DAST, POND Software, Egypt, growth enhancement, Clarias gariepinus, Oregon State university, OSU, Sex reversal
Honduras, Shrimp, Deforestation, Market development, HICB, Capacity Building, David Teichert-Coddington, Nelson Claros, Delia Martinez, Jaime Lopez, Sex Reversal, Nile tilapia, tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Puapote tigre
Egypt, Pond Aquaculture, polyculture, Species composition, Oregon State university, OSU, University of Hawaii, UH, Auburn University, AU, Karen Veverica, HICB, Capacity building, Honduras, esturarine ecology, Rwanda, Thailand, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, DAST, PONDCLASS, software, technology
High Altitude Tilapia Culture, National University of Rwanda, UNR, Karen Veverica, Rwanda
Rwanda, Felicien Rwangano, Eugene Rurangwa, Oregon State University, OSU, Burundi, FAO, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, UN, Regional collaboration, UC Davis, UCD, University of California - Davis, Modeling, Honduras, Auburn University, AU, RENARE, Financial Managment, HICB, Capacity Building
University of California - Davis, UCD, UC Davis, Auburn University, AU, Jim Lannan, James Lannan, Howard Horton, Raul Piedrahita, William Chang, University of Michigan, UM, Oregon State University, OSU, Fisheries Institute of Thailand, Thailand, Panama, Carrying capacity, Water Quality, Fertilizer, Nitrogen Fixation, Nile tilapia, Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Phytoplankton, Blue-green Algae, algae, David Hughes, Richard Pretto Malca, Rwanda, Honduras, Indonesia
Socioeconomic, DAST, Computer modeling, Modeling, ICLARM, International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, Gender, Gender Equity, Gender Equality, Women, Food Justice, HICB, Capacity Building, Hillary Egna, Karen Veverica, FAR, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, FAO, UN, World Aquaculture Society, WAS, Kevin Hopkins, Rwanda, Honduras, Thailand
Panama, Auburn University, AU, Fingerlings, Water supply, Water quality, Ronald Phelps, Richard Pretto, David Teichert-Coddington, Shrimp, Macrobrachium rosenbergii, External Evaluation Panel, EEP, Peter Edwards, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT, Homer Buck, Asian Fisheries Forum, the Philippines, Michigan State University, MSU
Funding, Politics, University of California, UC, Lake Arrowhead, Best Management Practices, Best Management Practice, BMP, BMPs, James Lannan, Jim Lannan, R.O. Smitherman, George Tchobanoglous, Pond Aquaculture, Oregon State University Press, OSU, William Chang
University of Michigan, UM, Thailand, Sompong Hiranyawat, Sompote Ukkatawewat, Vinij Tansakul, Somlek Auworatham, Worathp Muthuwana, Werawan Chin-aksorn, Agaluck Saloaw, Tongsuk Laelee, Tilapia, Machrobranchium Rosengergii, Honduras, Bart Green, Auburn University, AU, Indonesia, Institut Pertanian Bogor, IPB, Michigan State University, MSU, University of Rhode Island, URI, Feed, Donald Garling, Diet analysis
Data Synthesis, Data Management, William Chang, Raul Piedrahita, Kevin Hopkins, Technology, Oregon State university, OSU, World Mariculture Society, WMS, Indiana University, IU, Ted Betterson, Richard Tubb, James Lannan, Jim Lannan, Christopher Knud-Hansen, James Avault
R.O. Smitherman, Kenya, United Nations Development Program, UNDP, UN, Lake Basin Development Authority, LBDA, Tilapia, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Genetics, Genetic Strain, Auburn University, AU, Genotype
External Evaluation Panel, EEP, James Avault, Kenneth Chew, Richard Neal, Ziad Shehadeh, Hawaii, National Marine Fisheries Service Lab, University of Hawaii, UH, Philip Helfich, Cindy Hunter, Economics, Jim Lannan, Pond Culture, Funding
Rwanda, USAID, United States Agency for International Development, Jim Bowman, Thailand, the Philippines, Panama, Bart Green, CRSP Update, Data Management, Database Management, UCD, University of California at Davis, William Cheng, James Lannan, Data Entry, Kevin Hopkins, Data Synthesis, Sand Gobby, Oxyeleotris marmoratus, Fry culture, University of the Philippines in the Visayas, UPV, University of Hawaii, UH, spotted scat, Scatophagus argus, larviculture, Panama, Rwanda, shrimp, mariculture
University of Hawaii, UH, National Marine Fisheries Service, External Evaluation Panel, EEP, Honduras, tilapia, carp, Renewable Natural Resources, RENAE, Auburn University, AU, Ronald Phelps, Bart Green, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Current Awareness Service, Nancy Brown
Prawn, Penaus monodon, The Philippines, Salinity, Shrimp, Tilapia, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, polyculture, Pathogen, feeding cycles, milkfish, Rogelio Juliano, Jose Carreon, Philip Helfrich, Arlo Fast, James Woessner, Kent Carpenter, University of Hawaii, UH, Chinese Catfish, Clarias fuscus, catfish, University of the Philippines, Air Breather, air-breathing fish, Water Quality, University of Michigan, UM
Rwanda, Oregon State University, OSU, Protein production, food security, Auburn University, AU, facility development, Tilapia, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, National University of Rwanda, UNR, Boyd Hanson, giant catfish, catfish, Pangasiandon gigas, Thailand
The Philippines, University of Hawaii, UH, Honduras, Auburn University, AU, Indonesia, Michigan State University, MSU, milkfish, tilapia, shrimp, brackishwater, Salinity tolerance, Bette Premo, Komar Sumantadinata, Bart Green, Hermes Alvarenga, Bette Premo, Komar Sumantadinata, Cal McNabb, Ted Batterson, Panama, David Hughes, Orlando Garcia, Azael Torres, Rwanda, Oregon State University, OSU, Thailand, University of Michigan, UM, Giant Tiger Prawn, prawn, Penaeus monodon, Chanos chanos, Nile tilapia, Oreochromic niloticus, Software, Technology
Data Management, Jim Bustin, Auburn University, AU, Database Management, Louis Botsford, Bill Chang, William Chang, University of California - Davis, UCD, UC Davis, University of Michigan, UM, Thailand, National Inland Fisheries Institute, NIFI, walking catfish, catfish, Clarias batrachus, snakeskin gourami, Trichogaster pectoralis, giant freshwater prawn, prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii, sand goby, Oxyeleotris marmoratus, tilapia, nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Karl Lagler, James Diana, Jim Diana, C. Kwei Lin, Technology
Program Introduction, Panama, Auburn University, AU, University of California at Davis, UCD, UC Davis, Consortium for International Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, CIFAD, Indonesia, the Philippines, Rwanda, Thailand, University of Arkansas as Pine Bluff, UAPB, University of Michigan, UM, Michigan State Univeristy, MSU, Oregon State University, OSU, Tilapia, Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, Colossoma macroponum, polyculture, shrimp, Ronald Phelps, Richard Pretto, David Hughes, Orlando Garcia, technology, Information dispersal