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Advances in Sea Cucumber Aquaculture and Management

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By: Alessandro Lovatelli(Editor), Chantal Conand(Editor), Steven W Purcell(Editor), Sven Uthicke(Editor), Jean-François Hamel(Editor), Annie Mercier(Editor)
425 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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The utilization of sea cucumbers, including for human consumption, has been steadily growing over the years. Up-to-date information on the present status of world sea cucumber resources and utilization is presented with special focus on countries such as China, Ecuador; Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and the Philippines that have been heavily engaged in the industry for decades. Information from other countries such as Cuba, Egypt, Madagascar and the United Republic of Tanzania, relative newcomers to the secton is also provided, indicating to some extent the growing interest with regard to the exploitation of holothurians for the demanding Asian markets. Details on the technical advances made in the artificial reproduction and farming of selected commercial species are presented. Advances in Sea Cucumber Aquaculture and Management includes the recommendations formulated during the FAO Fisheries Department Workshop on Advances in Sea Cucumber Aquaculture and Management held in Dalian, China, in October 2003, along with the technical papers presented. Advances in Sea Cucumber Aquaculture and Management will be useful to those international and regional development organizations and national governments who wish to prioritize their activities concerning sea cucumber conservation and exploitation.

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By: Alessandro Lovatelli(Editor), Chantal Conand(Editor), Steven W Purcell(Editor), Sven Uthicke(Editor), Jean-François Hamel(Editor), Annie Mercier(Editor)
425 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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