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Environmental Impact Assessment and Monitoring in Aquaculture Requirements, Practices, Effectiveness and Improvements

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Series: FAO Fisheries Technical Papers Volume: 527
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Environmental Impact Assessment and Monitoring in Aquaculture
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This report includes four regional reviews on Environmental impact assessment (EIA) and monitoring in aquaculture in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America, a special study on EIA as applied to salmon aquaculture and a global review and synthesis report which draw on the findings of the review papers, covering relevant information from more than 35 countries.

In addition, this document provides the report of a workshop on the subject held at FAO headquarters in Rome in September 2008. The print document includes the contents, abstract, list of contributors, executive summary and the global review. Regional reviews, workshop report and appendices (over 600 pages in total) are also provided in PDF in the accompanying CD-ROM.

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