5 edition of Fisheries bioecology at the Khone Falls, Mekong River, Southern Laos found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 56-60).
|Statement||Eric Baran, Ian Baird, Gregory Cans.|
|Series||WorldFish Center contribution -- no. 1765|
|Contributions||Baird, Ian, Cans, Gregory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||2006343747|
Watching fishermen trying to catch their biggest fish of the day at Khone Phapheng Falls in Champassak, Laos. The Khone Phapheng falls are the main reason why the over 4, kilometer long Mekong river is not navigable by ship from China downstream into the South China sea. In the 19 th century, when Laos was part of French Indochina, the French tried to establish a shipping route in an attempt to connect the countries of French Indochina to the sea.
A fisherman prepares to cast his nets at a section of Khone Falls in Southern Laos, the largest waterfall by volume in Asia. Some of the flow will be . Baran E, Baird IG, Cans G () Fisheries bioecology at the Khone Falls (Mekong River, Southern Laos). WorldFish Center. 84 p. Nguyen T, Yen H, Sunada K, Oishi S, Ikejima K, et al. () Stock assessment and fishery management of Henicorhynchus spp., Cyclocheilichthys enoplos and Channa micropeltes in Tonle Sap Great Lake, Cambodia.
I FIRST ENCOUNTERED THE KHONE FALLS in the Islands of Laos a few years ago. I had seen a Lao fisherman catching fish against the power of the largest waterfall (by volume) in the world. Here, in southern Laos, the Mekong River stretches as wide as 14 km during the rainy season. As the water level falls, countless small islands emerge. The Islands translates from the Lao as Si Phan Don. T.R. Roberts, I.G. BairdTraditional fisheries and fish ecology on the Mekong River at Khone Waterfalls in southern Laos Natural History Bulletin .
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Baird, Gregory Cans. Bibliography: P. 56 ISBN 1. Fisheries-Ecology-Laos. Fisheries bioecology at the Khone Falls (Mekong River, Southern Laos) This CD-ROM contains full database of the "Khone Fall fisheries database" and detailed analyses done in the companion report "Ecological studies of fish in the Khone Falls area (Mekong River, Southern Lao PDR).Cited by: Abstract Mekong River CD-ROM contains full database of the "Khone Fall fisheries database" and detailed analyses done in the companion report "Ecological studies of fish in the Khone Falls area (Mekong.
(PDF) Fisheries Bioecology at the Khone Falls (Mekong river, Southern Laos) | BARAN Eric and Ian G Baird - is a platform for academics to share research papers. Fisheries bioecology at the Khone Falls (Mekong River, Southern Laos) In this study, over 20 fishers or fishing families using multiple seasonal gears on the southern end of Khone Island and the adjacent southern end of Sadam Island (mainstream Mekong River, Southern Lao PDR) were monitored between and nat.
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Its estimated length is 4, km (2, mi), and it drains an area ofkm 2 (, sq mi), discharging km 3 ( cu mi) of water annually. From the Tibetan Plateau the river runs through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand. Fisheries bioecology at the Khone Falls (Mekong River. Get this page PDF/e-Book consisting of 14 narrative essays, summarizing the key features of Francis' papacy.
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Laos is heavily dependent on natural resources to support the livelihoods of the bulk of its human population. Wild capture fisheries in the Mekong River and its tributaries are particularly important for providing rural Lao people with income and.
Mekong River below Khone Falls every December-February and May-July, where there is an important artisanal fishery. It is one of the lead species in the massive migrations of cyprinid fishes moving up the Mekong mainstream in the Khone Falls area.
The fish in Laos migrate from Tonle Sap in Cambodia (Baird et al. ).”. Documentary film from MRC Fisheries Series describing how people in LAO PDR make their lives on fishing in the Mekong River, its tributaries, reservoirs, and small scale fish. Khone Falls, French Chutes De Khone, series of cataracts on the Mekong River, extreme southern Laos, on the Cambodian falls are the principal impediment to navigation of the river and have impeded economic use of the Mekong by the peoples of the Cambodian plain to the south and those of Laos to the north; a narrow-gauge railway was once built for transport around the falls.
The Mekong River is the 12th longest river in the world, flowing from high up in the Tibetan Plateau, all the way to the South China Sea, some 4, km from its source. It drains an area of almostkm squared and traverses multiple countries, including China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and.
Fish resource and hydrobiological modelling approaches in the Mekong Basin, 62 pp. ICLARM, Penang and the Mekong River Commission Secretariat, Phnom Penh Google Scholar Baran E, Baird IG, Cans G () Fisheries bioecology at the Khone Falls (Mekong River, Southern Laos).Fish sampling was conducted during – at the total of 29 sites in the mainstream and tributary systems in the following seven regions: the Mekong River in the Thai North (N), the Songkhram (S), Gam (G), Mun (U), and Xekong Rivers (X), Tonle Sap Lake (T) and the Mekong mainstream in southern Laos and Cambodia (M