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View the PDF document Aquaculture production: giant clam culture, distribution, monitoring and reporting
Author(s): Lindsay, S., Bell, L., Taualofa, P.
Publisher: GRM International Ltd.
Place: Brisbane (Australia)
Notes: Samoa Fisheries Project - an AusAID assisted project
ASFA Keywords: clam culture, clam fisheries,
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: The production of giant clams in Samoa involves four phases. These are: (1) the hatchery production of small juvenile clams; (2) the rearing of juvenile clams in land-based nursery raceways; (3) the culture of juvenile clams in protective cages in the lagoon nursery; (4) the grow-out of big giant clams in the lagoon without protective cages...

View the PDF document The enhanced capacity of the Samoa Fisheries Division to facilitate management of commercial and subsistence fisheries, incorporating a review of the Fishery Regulations (1996) : Final report of the fisheries advisers and counterparts
Author(s): Passfield, K., Bell, L., Mulipola, A., Solofa, A.
Publisher: GRM International Pty Ltd.
Place: Brisbane (Australia)
Notes: Samoa Fisheries Progect, an AusAID-assisted project of the Fisheries Division, Ministry of Agricilture, Forests, Fisheries & Meteorology.
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Commercial fishing
Country Collection: Samoa

View the PDF document Evaluation of the potential for aquaculture in Samoa
Author(s): Rimmer, M., Bell, L., Lober, M., Trevor, A.
Publisher: GRM International Pty Ltd.
Place: Brisbane (Australia)
Notes: Samoa Fisheries Project. An AusAID-assisted project of the Fisheries Division. Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Fisheries and Meteorology
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: This report is an outcome of Aquaculture Assessment of Local Species component of the Samoa Fisheries Project. The overall objectives of this component were to: 1. Assess the potential of Samoa's marine and freshwater aquatic flore and fauna for aquaculture...

View the PDF document The first harvest results from the green mussel project in Western Samoa
Author(s): Bell, L., Albert, J.
Publisher: Fisheries Division.
Place: Apia (Samoa)
ASFA Keywords: Mussel culture
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: Two mussel culture sites remained in Western Samoa after June 1983 (refer to July 1983 report on this project by the Fisheries Division), namely Safata and Asau.

View the PDF document The fishery for the spiny lobster, Panulirus penicillatus in Western Samoa
Author(s): King, M., Bell, L.
Publisher: Fisheries Division
Place: Apia (Samoa)
ASFA Keywords: Lobster fisheries
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: The spiny lobster, Panulirus penicillatus, is an important component of both the commercial and artisanal fisheries of Western Samoa, with an annual commercial catch of 23.9 tonnes. Males grow to a larger maximum length than females;

View the PDF document Oreochromis niloticus introduction into Sato'alepai Lake, Sava'ii, Western Samoa
Author(s): Bell, L.
Publisher: Fisheries Division. Department of Agriculture, Forestry, Meteorology and Fisheries
Place: Apia (Samoa)
ASFA Keywords: Freshwater aquaculture, Introduced species, Tilapia
Country Collection: Samoa

View the PDF document Progress report on the green mussel culture project in Western Samoa, April 1983
Author(s): Bell, L., Albert, J.
Publisher: Fisheries Division
Place: Apia (Samoa)
ASFA Keywords: Mussel culture, Progress reports
Country Collection: Samoa

View the PDF document Report on green mussel culture in Western Samoa (Perna viridis)
Author(s): Bell, L., Albert, J., Schuster, J.
Publisher: Fisheries Division
Place: Apia (Samoa)
ASFA Keywords: Mussel culture
Country Collection: Samoa

View the PDF document Samoa Fisheries Division: Annual Report 1994/1995
Author(s): Faasili, U., Bell, L., Mulipola, A., Time, S.
Publisher: Fisheries Division. Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Fisheries and Meteorology
Place: Apia (Samoa)
Notes: 19 pp.
ASFA Keywords: Fisheries, Annual reports
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: During the 1994/1995 year, Fisheries Division continued to face difficulties to effectively execute its programmes and thus achieve planned goals due to several contributing factors. As has been in past years, a major constraint was the comparatively low budget alloation for Fisheries.

View the PDF document Samoa Fisheries Division: Annual Report 1995/1996
Author(s): Faasili, U., Bell, L., Mulipola, A., Time, S.
Publisher: Fisheries Division. Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Fisheries and Meteorology
Place: Apia (Samoa)
Notes: Incorrect years on the cover page. Correct title should be: Fisheries Division 1995/1996 Annual Report
ASFA Keywords: Fisheries, Annual reports
Country Collection: Samoa

View the PDF document Status of aquaculture and stock enhancement research and development in Samoa
Author(s): Bell, L., Mulipola, A.
Place: Apia (Samoa)
Notes: A report re-submitting for the South Pacific Aquaculture Development Project (Phase II) 4th Technical Coordination Meeting, Nadi, Fiji, 18th-19th March 1999.
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture, Fish culture, Tilapia, Giant clams, Trochus, Mullet
Country Collection: Samoa

View the PDF document Status of aquaculture and stock enhancement research and development in Samoa
Author(s): Bell, L., Mulipola, A.
Place: Apia (Samoa)
Notes: A paper prepared for the Review Workshop of ACIA/ICLARM Research on the Culture of Commercially Important Coral Reef Invertebrates in the Pacific Island Region, Honiara, Solomon Islands, 16-19 February 1998
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture, Introduced species, Tilapia, Giant clams, Trochus, Mullet
Country Collection: Samoa

View the PDF document Symposium/Workshop and Project Planning Meeting on coral reefs and coastal zone management in Tahiti, French Polynesia: Participation Report
Author(s): Bell, L.
Publisher: Fisheries Division. Department of Agriculture, Forests and Fisheries
Place: Apia (Samoa)
ASFA Keywords: Conferences, Coral reefs, Coastal zone management
Country Collection: Samoa

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