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    • Study on juvenile and trash excluder devices (JTEDs) in Brunei Darussalam 

      Chokesanguan, Bundit; Ananpongsuk, Suppachai; Siriraksophon, Somboon; Hamid, Idrish Abdul (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2003)
      SEAFDEC Training Department, in cooperation with the Brunei Darussalam Department of Fisheries conducted experiments on Juvenile and Trash Excluder Devices (JTEDs) during the year 2000 in Brunei Darussalam waters. The ...
    • Study on juvenile and trash excluder devices (JTEDs) in Indonesia 

      Chokesanguan, Bundit; Ananpongsuk, Suppachai; Chanrachkij, Isara; Manajit, Nopporn; Tampubolon, Gomal H. (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2003)
      The experiment was conducted during August 2002 in the Bintuni Bay, Arafura Sea of East Indonesia using the commercial double-rigged trawler in order to examine the releasing ability of Juvenile and Trash Excluder Devices ...
    • Study on juvenile and trash excluder devices (JTEDs) in Malaysia 

      Chokesanguan, Bundit; Ananpongsuk, Suppachai; Siriraksophon, Somboon; Ali, Rosidi (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2002)
      This paper describes the results of the juvenile and trash fishes excluder device tests conducted aboard a Malaysian Fishing Trawler in cooperation with the Department of Fisheries, Malaysia. In particular, it provides ...
    • Study on juvenile and trash excluder devices (JTEDs) in Brunei Darussalam 

      Chokesanguan, Bundit; Ananpongsuk, Suppachai; Chanrachkij, Isara; Yingyuad, Weerasak; Suru, Bidin Bin (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2005)
      The SEAFDEC Training Department, in cooperation with the Department of Fisheries, Brunei Darussalam, conducted the second series of experiments on Juvenile and Trash Excluder Devices in Brunei Darussalam. The objective ...
    • Study on juvenile and trash excluder devices (JTEDs) in Vietnam 

      Chokesanguan, Bundit; Ananpongsuk, Suppachai; Siriraksophon, Somboon; Wanchana, Worawit; Long, Nguyen (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2003)
      This SEAFDEC Training Department has carried out series of experiments to reduce the level of unwanted catch including juvenile and trash fish. SEAFDEC planned to conduct the experiments using JTEDs installed in bottom ...
    • Study on juvenile and trash excluder devices (JTEDs) in Myanmar 

      Chokesanguan, Bundit; Ananpongsuk, Suppachai; Ae, Kin Manng; Yingyuad, Weerasak (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2007)
      The SEAFDEC Training Department, in cooperation with the Department of Fisheries, Myanmar conducted experiments on Juvenile and Trash Excluder Devices in Myanmar. The objective of the experiment is to compare the efficiency ...
    • Study on juvenile and trash excluder devices (JTEDs) in Cambodia 

      Chokesanguan, Bundit; Ananpongsuk, Suppachai; Pethkam, Raya (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2007)
      The experiment was conducted during October 2004 in the Sihanoukville, Cambodia using the commercial trawler in order to examine the releasing ability of Juvenile and Trash Excluder Devices (JTEDs) in bottom trawl. This ...
    • Study on juvenile and trash excluder devices (JTEDs) in Thailand 

      Chokesanguan, Bundit; Ananpongsuk, Suppachai; Siriraksophon, Somboon; Podapol, Lertchai (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2000-06)
      SEAFDEC Training Department, in cooperation with the Thai Department of Fisheries has initially conducted the experiments on Juvenile and Trash Excluder Device (JTED) since 1998 in Thailand. The objective being to study ...
    • Study on juvenile and trash excluder devices (JTEDs) in the Philippines 

      Chokesanguan, Bundit; Ananpongsuk, Suppachai; Siriraksophon, Somboon; Yasook, Nakaret; Dickson, Jonathan O. (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2003)
      Trawling is a highly efficient fishing method for catching shrimp and is used in many regions. The Southeast Asian region is in the tropical zone and is a multi species area and the fishermen, who operate shrimp trawls, ...
    • Status of marine fisheries resources in Myanmar waters: Estimates from bottom trawl survey 

      Thapanand-Chaidee, T.; Myint Pe, U.; Chanrachkij, Isara (Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University, 2010)
      Sixteen survey operations in the waters of Myanmar were conducted by the research vessel MV SEAFDEC 2 during February to March 2007. After 15 h 40 min of overall towing time, a total of 1,434.4 kg of catch was classified ...
    • Fishery resources and state of stocks exploitation in the waters of the Gulf of Thailand, East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia and Andaman Sea 

      Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Training Department (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)
    • Fishery resources and the state of exploitation of some economic fish species in the South China Sea Area case study: Malaysia and Thai waters 

      Saikliang, Pirochana (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)
      This section contains a list of some important economical fish species, both pelagic and demersal. There are 18 pelagic and 7 demersal species. These fish are dominant in Malaysian and Thai Waters. The information for each ...
    • Marine resources and fisheries in the exclusive economic zones of Thailand 

      Bhatiyasevi, Udom (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)
      Geographically and migratorily, there are four marine fishery resource groups in Thai waters: i) Local fish stocks, ii) Shared transboundary fish stocks, iii) Shared transboundary migratory fish stocks, these 3 fishery ...
    • ASEAN Catch Documentation Scheme (ACDS) 

      SEAFDEC/Training Department (SEAFDEC/Training Department, 2018)
      ASEAN Catch Documentation Scheme (or ACDS) is one of Fisheries management tools to improve traceability for marine capture Fisheries and enhance intra-regional and international trade of the ASEAN Member States (AMSs). The ...
    • Cost–profit analysis of Japanese-type set-net through technology transfer in Rayong, Thailand 

      Manajit, Nopporn; Arimoto, Takafumi; Baba, Osamu; Takeda, Seiichi; Munprasit, Aussanee; Phuttharaksa, Kamolrat (Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 2011)
      The Japanese type of set-net, Otoshi-ami, was introduced to Thailand in 2003 with the aim of assessing its feasibility as a sustainable coastal fisheries management tool for the empowerment of coastal fishers’ communities. ...
    • Women as workers in fishery activities 

      Ayudhya, Abha Sirivongs Na (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)
      This paper attempts to present the situation of conflict between the reality of women's role in the fishery sector and the reporting on fisherwomen by official sources.
    • Towards a gender approach: Placing women at the center of fisheries community development 

      Legaspi, Anselma S. (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)
      The paper presents the Philippine experience towards a gender approach, i.e., placing women at the center of fisheries community development. It gives the structural and historical determinants on the status of Filipino ...
    • Encouraging coastal women participation in fisheries management in Indonesia 

      Susilowati, Tuti; Yamao, Masahiro (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)
      Coastal inhabitants life cycle in some areas in Indonesia are still have concerned with traditional cultural heritage. Rapidly development next to coastal land for varieties utilization, could be encouraged serious threatened ...
    • Coastal fisheries management interrelated to environmental aspect 

      Pintukanok, Ampan (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)
      Fisheries have played a dominant role as foreign exchange earner of Thailand s economy. Illegal practices, in particular, have caused damage in reefs, the marine habitats for living and non living organisms. Degraded coral ...
    • Perspective of fishers organizations integrated to coastal fisheries management: Through experiences gained in Thailand 

      Yamao, Masahiro (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)
      The purpose of the discussion which follows is to clarify the roles of fishers organizations in coastal fisheries management. Even if there is much disagreement over the appraisal of fishers organizations, whatever the ...