Self-recruiting species (SRS) from farmer managed aquatic systems: are they important to the livelihoods of rural communities?

Department for international development (DFID) (2004) Self-recruiting species (SRS) from farmer managed aquatic systems: are they important to the livelihoods of rural communities? London, UK, Department for International Development (DFID),

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Abstract

Why are SRS important? The answer is to be found in this well-structured survey under: SRS as food source; SRS as additional source of cash income; Role of SRS in social capital. An analysis of the threats to SRS and the potential management options for farmer managed aquatic systems are also available in this survey along with the following definition of SRS: SRS are defined as aquatic animals that can be harvested from farmer managed aquatic systems without regular stocking. (PDF contains 4 pages)

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: Self-recruiting species (SRS) from farmer managed aquatic systems: are they important to the livelihoods of rural communities?
Corporate Creator/Author: Department for international development (DFID)
Date: 2004
Publisher: Department for International Development (DFID)
Place of Publication: London, UK
Projects: Self-recruiting species in farmer managed aquatic systems: importance to rural livelihoods
Issuing Agency: Support to Regional Aquatic Resources Management
Subjects:
Management
Sociology
Aquaculture
Item ID: 2246
Depositing User: Ms Maria Kalentsits
Date Deposited: 22 Jul 2009 18:35
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 19:21
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/2246

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