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About SEAFDEC The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is a regional treaty organization established in December 1967 to promote fisheries development in the region. Its Member Countries are Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Malaysia, Union of Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. The policy-making body of SEAFDEC is the Council of Directors, made up of representatives of the Member Countries. SEAFDEC conducts research on fisheries problems; generates appropriate fisheries technologies; trains researchers, technicians, fishers and aquafarmers, managers, and policy-makersa; and disseminates information pertaining to the fisheries sector. SEAFDEC has four Departments that focus on different aspects of fisheries development: ƒƒ The Training Department (TD) in Samut Prakan, Thailand (1967) for training in marine capture fisheries ƒƒ The Marine Fisheries Research Department (MFRD) in Singapore (1967) for post-harvest technologies ƒƒ The Aquaculture Department (AQD) in Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines (1973) for aquaculture research and development ƒƒ The Marine Fishery Resources Development and Management Department (MFRDMD) in Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia (1992) for the development and management of fishery resources in the exclusive economic zones of SEAFDEC Member Countries The SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department in the Philippines maintains four stations in three provinces: the Tigbauan Main Station and Dumangas Brackishwater Station in Iloilo; the Igang Marine Station in Guimaras; and the Binangonan Freshwater Station in Rizal. SEAFDEC/AQD is mandated to: ƒƒ Conduct scientific research to generate aquaculture technologies appropriate for Southeast Asia ƒƒ Train managerial, technical, and skilled manpower for aquaculture ƒƒ Communicate and exchange aquaculture information SEAFDEC/AQD is committed to sustainable development and the responsible stewardship of aquaculture resources through research and the promotion of appropriate aquaculture technologies and information relevant to the Southeast Asian region Vision A global leader in the generation and transfer of appropriate and sustainable tropical aquaculture technologies for food security and holistic human development Mission To provide dynamic and competent leadership in the generation and promotion of science-based responsible technologies to strengthen stakeholder capacities in aquaculture and aquatic resources management

Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department

Publications Catalogue Titles, prices, order form August 2011

3 easy ways to order Fill out the Order Form inside and either— ƒƒ E-mail to ƒƒ Fax to 63.33.511.8709 ƒƒ Mail to AQD Bookstore, SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department, Tigbauan 5021, Iloilo, Philippines

4 easy ways to pay

In the Philippines, either—

ƒƒ By Postal Money Order payable to SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department ƒƒ Deposit in the SEAFDEC/AQD Account # 307 112877 9 at United Coconut Planters Bank, Iznart Street, Iloilo City From outside the Philippines, either— ƒƒ By Bank Draft or Demand Draft payable to the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department ƒƒ Telegraphic transfer to the SEAFDEC/AQD account # 023 21000001 1 at Bank of Commerce, Iznart Street, Iloilo City, Philippines. Please add US$15 to the bill to cover bank charges

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Publications & videos Aquaculture extension manuals (AEM) AEM 51 Modyular na pag-aalaga ng tilapya RV Eguia, MRR Eguia, ND Salayo (2011) 27 pp

AEM 50 Cage culture of the giant freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) MLC Aralar, EV Aralar,

AG Lazartigue (2011) 30 pp

AEM 49 Farming of the tropical abalone Haliotis asinina VC Encena II, NC Bayona (2010) 30 pp AEM 48 Seed production of sandfish (Holothuria scabra) in Vietnam Nguyen Dihn Quang Duy (2010) 12 pp

AEM 47 Mud crab nursery in ponds




AEM 46 Intensive culture of sea bass, Lates calcarifer Bloch, in brackishwater earthen ponds



AEM 45 Fingerling production of hatchery-reared milkfish (Chanos chanos) in earthen nursery ponds



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GS Jamerlan, RM Coloso (2010) 35 pp

EB Coniza et al. (2010) 32 pp

AEM 44 Prevention and control measures against viral nervous necrosis (VNN) in marine fish hatcheries LD de la PeĂąa (2010) 38 pp AEM 43 Philippine Freshwater Prawns (Macrobrachium spp.) MRR Eguia et al. (2009) 50 pp AEM 42 Seed production and grow-out of mud crab (Scylla paramamosain) in Vietnam NC Thach (2009) 29 pp

AEM 41 Grow-out Culture of the Asian Catfish Clarias macrocephalus (Gunther)

EB Coniza et al. (2008) 29 pp

AEM 40 Breeding and Seed Production of the Asian Catfish Clarias macrocephalus (Gunther) JDT Fermin et al. (2008) 28 pp

AEM 39 Abalone Hatchery AC Fermin et al. (2008) 31 pp AEM 38 Tilapia Broodstock and Hatchery Management RV Eguia, MRR Eguia (2007) 48 pp AEM 37 Giant Clam Hatchery, Ocean Nursery and Stock Enhancement SS Mingoa-Licuanan, ED Gomez (2007) 109 pp

AEM 36 Tilapia Farming in Cages and Ponds

RV Eguia, MRR Eguia (2004) 40 pp (in print or CD; indicate choice)

AEM 35 Best Management Practices for Mangrove- Friendly Shrimp Farming DD Baliao, S Tookwinas (2002) 50 pp

AEM 34 Biology and Hatchery of Mud Crabs Scylla spp. ET Quinitio, FD Parado-Estepa (2008) 47 pp 2nd ed. AEM 33 Induced Breeding and Seed Production of Bighead Carp AC Gonzal et al. (2001) 40 pp AEM 32 The Farming of the Seaweed Kappaphycus

AQ Hurtado, RF Agbayani (2000) 26 pp (Filipino version also available)

AEM 30 Net Cage Culture of Tilapia in Dams and Small Farm Reservoirs DD Baliao et al. (2000) 14 pp AEM 26 Pen Culture of Mudcrab in Mangroves DD Baliao et al. (1999) 10 pp AEM 23 Pagpapaanak ng Tilapya RV Eguia et al. (2007) 55 pp 3rd ed.

AEM 22 Pag-aalaga ng Tilapya

RV Eguia et al. (2007) 52 pp 3rd ed.

AEM 21 Feeds and Feeding of Milkfish, Nile Tilapia, Asian Sea Bass and Tiger Shrimp

Feed Development Section 97 pp ______ 4 AEM 16 Diseases of Penaeid Shrimps in the Philippines CR Lavilla-Pitogo et al. (2000) 83 pp

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Publications & videos

State of the Art series ________ 2 Closed Recirculating Shrimp Farming System

S Tookwinas (2000) 28 pp









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Textbooks, monographs and other books Reforming Philippine Science

RK Suarez, F Lacanilao (2010) 95 pp

The Pawikan album

TU Bagarinao, EF Doyola-Solis, JE Fernando-Teves (2010) 83 pp

Soft-shell mud crab farming

ET Quinitio, May Myat Noe Lwin (2009) 20 pp

The Malalison Experience

RF Agbayani et al. (2009) 64 pp

Training Handbook on Rural Aquaculture

(textbook) SEAFDEC Publications Review Committee, eds (2009) 296 pp

Seaweeds of Panay AQ Hurtado et al. (2006) 50 pp 2nd ed Handbook of the Mangroves of the Philippines Panay JH Primavera et al., (2004) 106 pp Nutrition in Tropical Aquaculture (textbook) OM Millamena et al., eds (2002) 221 pp

Health Management in Aquaculture (textbook) GL Po et al., eds (2001) 187 pp

An Assessment of the Coastal Resources of Ibajay and Tangalan, Aklan LMB Garcia, ed (2001) 60 pp Ecology and Farming of Milkfish TU Bagarinao (1999)

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Conference proceedings

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JH Primavera, ET Quinitio, MRR Eguia (eds) (2006) 150 pp

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Proceedings of the Regional Technical Consultation on Stock Enhancement

Responsible Aquaculture Development in Southeast Asia (proceedings) LMB Garcia, ed (2001) 274 pp Mangrove-Friendly Aquaculture (proceedings) JH Primavera et al., eds (2000) 217 pp

Videos and multimedia

Compendium of Aquaculture Technologies (2008) DVD

The AQD Magic (2008) DVD

_______ Total number of items ordered _______ Total cost of items Add mailing fees (air mail printed matter): _______ - In the Philippines: plus US$ 1 per item ordered above _______ - Outside the Philippines: plus US$ 2 per item ordered above _______ Add bank charges ($15) _______ Total bill Date of payment _____________ Bank receipts ________________ (attached) Customer name and address (to which books will be sent) ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Phone _____________________________ fax __________________________________ email ____________________________________________________________________

*For orders in the Philippines, US$1 = PhP50 ** Special authors’ price AQD can rush orders by courier service (DHL, FedEx, LBC, Air 21, etc.) at extra shipping charges Prices and availability of publications are subject to change without prior notice


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