592 pages, tables, illus
This work is published in cooperation with The United States Aquaculture Society. The rapid growth of aquaculture worldwide and domestically has caused concerns over social and environmental impacts. Environmental advocacy groups and government regulatory agencies have called for better management to address potentially negative impacts and assure sustainable aquaculture development. Best Management Practices (BMPs) combine sound science, common sense, economics, and site-specific management to mitigate or prevent adverse environmental impacts."Environmental Best Management Practices for Aquaculture" will provide technical guidance to improve the environmental performance of aquaculture. This book will be the only comprehensive guide to BMPs for mitigation of environmental impacts of aquaculture in the United States.
The book addresses development and implementation of BMPs, BMPs for specific aquaculture production systems, and the economics of implementing best management practices. Written by internationally recognized experts in environmental management and aquaculture from academia, government, and non-governmental organizations, this book will be a valuable reference for innovative producers, policy makers, regulators, research scientists, and students.
Provides technical guidance to improve the environmental performance of aquaculture. This book is the only comprehensive guide for the best management practices for mitigation of environmental impacts of aquaculture. The book addresses development and implementation of best management practices, practices for specific aquaculture production systems, and the economics of implementing best management practices. (Journal of the American Water Resources Association, December 2008)
1. Aquaculture and the Environment in the United States: Craig S. Tucker, John A. Hargreaves, and Claude E. Boyd2. The Role of Better Management Practices in Environmental Management: Jason W. Clay3. Better Management Practices in International Aquaculture: Claude E. Boyd4. Best Management Practice Programs and Initiatives in the United States: Gary L. Jensen and Paul W. Zajicek5. Development, Implementation, and Verification of Better Management Practices for Aquaculture: Claude E. Boyd, Paul W. Zajicek, John A. Hargreaves, and Gary L. Jensen6. Better Management Practices for Freshwater Pond Aquaculture: Craig S. Tucker, John A. Hargreaves, and Claude E. Boyd7. Better Management Practices for Marine Shrimp Aquaculture: Claude E. Boyd8. Better Management Practices for Net-Pen Aquaculture: Sebastian M. Belle and Colin E. Nash9. Better Management Practices for Flow-through Aquaculture Systems: Gary Fornshell and Jeffrey M. Hinshaw10. Better Management Practices for Recirculating Aquaculture Systems: Steven T. Summerfelt and Brian J. Vinci11. Better Management Practices for Bivalve Molluscan Aquaculture: R. LeRoy Creswell and Aaron A. McNevin12. Fish Health Management and the Environment: Scott E. LaPatra and John R. MacMillan13. Economics of Aquaculture Better Management Practices: Carole R. Engle and G. Ada WossinkAppendixes Index
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Craig S. Tucker isa Research Professor with Mississippi State University and Director of the National Warmwater Aquaculture Center and the Southern Regional Aquaculture Center. John A. Hargreaves was formerly an Associate Professor at the Aquaculture Research Station of the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center.