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Tilapias as alien aquatics in Asia and the Pacific: a review (En)

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Series: FAO Fisheries Technical Papers

Tilapias are an important group of fish, native to Africa, which contribute to food supply in many areas of the world. While there has been a significant increase in production of tilapias globally over the past two decades, there is also some controversy that tilapias cause considerable environmental and biodiversity damage. This publication presents a broad analysis of the overall contribution that tilapias have made and their impact on the Asia-Pacific region.

It also discusses the benefits of responsible use of alien species such as tilapias for improving the quality of life of the rural poor.
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Price:
USD $18.00
Print ISSN:
9789251052273
Launch:
2004

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