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Sustainable fish production in Lake Nasser: ecological basis and management policy. Proceedings of the First Planning Workshop, Lake Nasser Project, Isis Island Hotel, Aswan, Egypt, 19-23 June 1998



Sustainable fish production in Lake Nasser: ecological basis and management policy. Proceedings of the First Planning Workshop, Lake Nasser Project, Isis Island Hotel, Aswan, Egypt, 19-23 June 1998



Sustainable fish production in Lake Nasser: ecological basis and management policy Proceedings of the First Planning Workshop, Lake Nasser Project, Isis Island Hotel, Aswan, Egypt, 19-23 June 1998: 184 pp.



These proceedings contain 34 papers presented at a workshop held at the Isis Island Hotel, Aswan, Egypt, on 19-23 June 1998. The papers are arranged in 5 sections covering, (1) introductory material, (2) background papers on physiology, bacteriology, food sources for fish, population dynamics of fish, fish culture , fisheries management, harvesting of fish, and socioeconomics, (3) constraints and techniques, (4) overviews of ecosystems and aquaculture, and (5) planning.

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