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Publication Code: 
IAS094
Date Released: 
15/11/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 86320 058 5
Author(s): 
Davila, F., Sloan T., Milne M., and van Kerkhoff L., 2017.

This impact assessment of giant clam research in
the Indo-Pacific region is a valuable historical
compendium of the ACIAR-sponsored work undertaken
over 25 years. The authors have drawn together
a wide-ranging evaluation of the work from biological,
ecological and socioeconomic perspectives. There is
no doubt that the work has led to the establishment
of a vast body of knowledge about giant clam biology,
markets, and culturing techniques that has contributed

Front cover of final report
Publication Code: 
Fr2017-15
Date Released: 
13/07/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-045-5
Author(s): 
Cletus Pita Oengpepa and Justin Hunter
Front cover of final report
Publication Code: 
FR2017-14
Date Released: 
13/07/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-044-8
Author(s): 
Paul Southgate, Pranesh Kishore, Ruth Garcia-Gomez, Robert Smith, Justin Hunter, and John Carreon
Front cover of final report
Publication Code: 
FR2017-13
Date Released: 
17/07/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-043-1
Author(s): 
Xavier Tezzo
Publication Code: 
FR2017-12
Date Released: 
13/07/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-041-7
Author(s): 
Eric BARAN
Publication Code: 
FR2017-09
Date Released: 
15/06/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-029-5
Author(s): 
Dr. Pranesh Kishore

Commercial pearl production in Fiji relies on collection of juvenile oysters or ‘spat’ from the wild by deploying ‘spat collectors’ that provided a substrate to which pearl oyster juveniles attach and can later be harvested. This activity engages local communities that sell juvenile oysters to pearl farms. In late February caused significant damage to pearl farming infrastructure across a broad region of Fiji affecting oyster supply to the cultured pearl industry.

Publication Code: 
FS2017 Lao PDR Policy Brief
Date Released: 
04/04/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 925436 98 3
Author(s): 

The freshwater fisheries in Lao PDR are economically significant, being important for livelihoods and food security.
This policy brief sets out key actions that could substantially benefit both fishers, farmers and communities if implemented in a strategic manner.

Publication Code: 
FS2017 Lao PDR Policy Brief
Date Released: 
04/04/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 925436 98 3

The freshwater fisheries in Lao PDR are economically significant, being important for livelihoods and food security.
This policy brief sets out key actions that could substantially benefit both fishers, farmers and communities if implemented in a strategic manner.

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