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Aquaculture Development Use of Wild Fish as Feed in Aqualculture

Aquaculture Development
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  • Aquaculture Development ISBN: 9789251067154 Paperback Jul 2011 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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The objectives of these guidelines are to contribute towards the development of aquaculture and the sustainable utilization of feed-fish stocks. The guidelines cover a number of issues relevant to the use of wild fish in feeds in aquaculture, including ecosystem and environmental impacts, ethical considerations on the responsible use of fish as feed, aquaculture technology and development, and statistics and information needs for managing the development of aquaculture. Specific matters relating to the management of fishery resources that may be used as feeds are also briefly considered in these guidelines.

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