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  • Catch & Culture Vol. 20, No. 3 » Mekong River Commission
    a recent initiative to set up an Eminent and Expert Persons Group to find concrete ways to promote a sustainable future for the Mekong region This issue also contains a policy brief on fisheries management cooperation in East Asia including recommendations by a study group on food security which reported to regional leaders in November Table of Contents Capture fisheries Fish abundance and diversity in the Mekong in Thailand Aquaculture Towards sustainable snakehead farming in Cambodia and Viet Nam Mekong Basin in Viet Nam Fisheries and aquaculture in the Lower Mekong Basin in Viet Nam Water energy and food security All stakeholders should be involved in river basin planning at an early stage Media Thomson Reuters and FAO launch global food security news platform Cambodian National Fish Day Cambodia s fish production climbs to 728 000 tonnes in 2013 Mekong diplomacy Lower Mekong Initiative sets up Eminent and Expert Persons Group Eco Tourism Boosting income for community fisheries in southwest Cambodia Lao National Fish Release Day Urban wetland in Vientiane stocked with indigenous fishes and frogs Regional cooperation Fifteen years of cooperation in fisheries aquatic resources and wetlands Culture based fisheries Developing culture based fisheries in Cambodia and Lao PDR Download this issue pdf About Catch and Culture Catch and Culture is published three times a year by the office of the Mekong River Commission Secretariat in Phnom Penh Cambodia and distributed to over 650 subscribers around the world Free email subscriptions are available through the MRC website www mrcmekong org For information on the cost of hard copy subscriptions contact the MRC s Documentation Centre at Contributions Contributions to Catch and Culture may be sent to and copied to Mekong River Commission 2015 Editorial Panel So Nam Fisheries Programme Coordinator Peter Degen Chief Technical Advisor Souvanny Phommakone Fisheries Programme

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  • Catch & Culture Vol. 20, No. 2 » Mekong River Commission
    as Mekong salmon the discovery of a new species of river loach in Thailand and the monitoring of fish abundance and diversity around the Tonle Sap Lake Other articles cover fish pass opportunities for a new dam on the Sesan River and a World Bank assessment of the prospects for global fish supply and demand in 2030 Table of Contents Climate change 1 Climate change water energy and food security in the Mekong Basin Climate change 2 Climate change water energy and food security in transboundary river basins Aquaculture Commercial production of hatchery bred Mekong salmon underway in delta Taxonomy New species of stream loach found in northern Thai province of Chiang Mai Capture fisheries 1 Dai catch almost doubles in latest season Capture fisheries 2 Monitoring fish abundance and diversity around the Tonle Sap Lake Hydropower South American lessons for fish pass opportunities at Lower Sesan 2 Dam Publishing Catch and Culture comes of age Economics World Bank assesses prospects for global fish supply and demand in 2030 FAO Thirty First Session of the FAO Committee on Fisheries Management Fish population geneticist appointed as director of MRC Operations Division Download this issue pdf About Catch and Culture Catch and Culture is published three times a year by the office of the Mekong River Commission Secretariat in Phnom Penh Cambodia and distributed to over 650 subscribers around the world Free email subscriptions are available through the MRC website www mrcmekong org For information on the cost of hard copy subscriptions contact the MRC s Documentation Centre at Contributions Contributions to Catch and Culture may be sent to and copied to Mekong River Commission 2013 Editorial Panel So Nam Fisheries Programme Coordinator Peter Degen Chief Technical Advisor Souvanny Phommakone Fisheries Programme Officer Buoy Roitana Fisheries Programme Officer Theerawat Samphawamana Fisheries Programme

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  • Catch & Culture Vol. 20, No. 1 » Mekong River Commission
    and juveniles of common fish species and separate analyses of fisheries monitoring programmes and the Mekong s largest industrial scale fishery It also looks at freshwater molluscs in Cambodia guidelines for sturgeon culture in Viet Nam fish diversity in the Upper Mekong Basin in China and the latest publication in the Mekong Development Series An Introduction to the Fisheries of Lao PDR Table of Contents Mekong Development Series Introduction to fisheries of Lao PDR Freshwater molluscs Cambodia launches pilot study to assess Tonle Sap mollusc fishery Deep pools MRC publishes atlas of deep pools in Lower Mekong River and tributaries Fish larvae and juveniles Guide developed for larvae and juveniles of common fish species Fisheries monitoring Integrated analysis from MRC fisheries monitoring programmes Highland aquaculture Sturgeon cage culture guidelines for lakes and reservoirs in Viet Nam Fish biodiversity Fishes in the Upper Mekong drainage in Yunnan province in China Capture fisheries MRC completes first comprehensive analysis of Tonle Sap dai fishery Download this issue pdf About Catch and Culture Catch and Culture is published three times a year by the office of the Mekong River Commission Secretariat in Phnom Penh Cambodia and distributed to over 650 subscribers around the world Free email subscriptions are available through the MRC website www mrcmekong org For information on the cost of hard copy subscriptions contact the MRC s Documentation Centre at Contributions Contributions to Catch and Culture may be sent to and copied to Mekong River Commission 2013 Editorial Panel So Nam Fisheries Programme Coordinator Peter Degen Chief Technical Advisor Souvanny Phommakone Fisheries Programme Officer Buoy Roitana Fisheries Programme Officer Theerawat Samphawamana Fisheries Programme Officer Nguyen Hai Son Fisheries Programme Officer Malasri Khumsri Fisheries Management and Governance Specialist Ngor Peng Bun Capture Fisheries Specialist Kong Sovanara Aquaculture Specialist Editor Peter Starr Designer Chhut

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  • Catch & Culture Vol. 19, No. 3 » Mekong River Commission
    prawn in Lao PDR hybrid catfish development in Thailand and a project that recommends increased use of guppies to control the spread of dengue It also contains an update on fish in both the Lower and Upper Mekong Basins and a short history of the communications revolution in agriculture over the past three decades Table of Contents Crustaceans Efforts towards managing cave prawn stocks in northern Lao PDR Hybridization Interspecific hybrid catfish in Thailand Health Researchers recommend greater use of guppies to control spread of dengue Food security 1 East Asia Summit calls for expanding cooperation on fisheries management Food security 2 Food security and nutrition emerge among top priorities on global agenda Basin update Updated information on fish and fisheries in the Mekong Basin Communication Science story telling Hydropower 1 Lao PDR submits notification on the Don Sahong Hydropower Project Hydropower 2 Green growth for the Mekong Politics Ouk Rabun named as agriculture minister in new Cambodian government Download this issue pdf About Catch and Culture Catch and Culture is published three times a year by the office of the Mekong River Commission Secretariat in Phnom Penh Cambodia and distributed to over 650 subscribers around the world Free email subscriptions are available through the MRC website www mrcmekong org For information on the cost of hard copy subscriptions contact the MRC s Documentation Centre at Contributions Contributions to Catch and Culture may be sent to and copied to Mekong River Commission 2013 Editorial Panel So Nam Fisheries Programme Coordinator Peter Degen Chief Technical Advisor Souvanny Phommakone Fisheries Programme Officer Buoy Roitana Fisheries Programme Officer Theerawat Samphawamana Fisheries Programme Officer Nguyen Hai Son Fisheries Programme Officer Malasri Khumsri Fisheries Management and Governance Specialist Ngor Peng Bun Capture Fisheries Specialist Kong Sovanara Aquaculture Specialist Editor Peter Starr Designer Chhut Chheana Disclaimer

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  • Catch & Culture Vol. 19, No. 2 » Mekong River Commission
    dolphins in Lao PDR and look at the urgent need to address any future declines in fisheries in Cambodia The issue also reports on the latest regional diplomatic efforts in the Mekong region and rituals to prolong the river s life in northeast Thailand as well as aquaculture and fisheries in reservoirs in the Central Highlands of Viet Nam Table of Contents Conservation Can trans boundary management save the dolphins in Lao PDR Nutrition Study finds urgent need to address any future declines in fisheries in Cambodia Mekong diplomacy 1 Preserving the Mekong System Mekong diplomacy 2 Exotic species in southern Viet Nam Cambodia s National Fish Day Cambodia seeks more effective measures against illegal fishing Religion Traditional rituals aim to prolong life of Mother of Water in northeast Thailand Hunger Mekong governments awarded for outstanding progress in fighting hunger Fisheries production in Myanmar Myanmar posts region s fastest growth in aquaculture Download this issue pdf About Catch and Culture Catch and Culture is published three times a year by the office of the Mekong River Commission Secretariat in Phnom Penh Cambodia and distributed to over 650 subscribers around the world Free email subscriptions are available through the MRC website www mrcmekong org For information on the cost of hard copy subscriptions contact the MRC s Documentation Centre at Contributions Contributions to Catch and Culture may be sent to and copied to Mekong River Commission 2013 Editorial Panel So Nam Fisheries Programme Coordinator Peter Degen Chief Technical Advisor Souvanny Phommakone Fisheries Programme Officer Buoy Roitana Fisheries Programme Officer Theerawat Samphawamana Fisheries Programme Officer Nguyen Hai Son Fisheries Programme Officer Malasri Khumsri Fisheries Management and Governance Specialist Ngor Peng Bun Capture Fisheries Specialist Kong Sovanara Aquaculture Specialist Editor Peter Starr Designer Chhut Chheana Disclaimer The opinions and interpretation expressed within are

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