Multiple water use as an approach for increased basin productivity and improved adaptation: a case study from Bangladesh



http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15715124.2012.664551
DOI: 
10.1080/15715124.2012.664551
ISBN: 
1571-5124, 1571-5124
ISSN: 
10.1080/15715124.2012.664551
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Not open / All rights reserved
Type: 
journal article
Journal: 
International Journal of River Basin Management
Pages: 
121-136
Volume: 
10
Year: 
2012
Author(s): 
Nagabhatla, N.
Beveridge, M.
Mahfuzul Hacque, A. B. M.
Nguyen-Khoa, S.
van Brakel, M.
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Description: 

This study, supported by the Challenge Program Water and Food (CPWF-Project 35), demonstrates the case of multiple-use of water through seasonal aquaculture interventions for improved rice–fish production systems in the Bangladesh floodplains. The project focused on community-based fish culture initiatives, increasingly adopted in the agro-ecological zones of the major floodplains of the Padma, Testa, and Brahmaputra basin.

Publication year: 
2012
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