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Modern Aquaculture in the Coastal Zone Lessons and Opportunities

Edited By: J Coimbra
302 pages, illus.
Publisher: IOS Press
Modern Aquaculture in the Coastal Zone
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  • Modern Aquaculture in the Coastal Zone ISBN: 9780967335568 Hardback Dec 2001 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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The successful development of coastal aquaculture in the opening years of the new millennium will depend upon solution of a multiplicity of economic, sociological, engineering, scientific and environmental issues. The objective of this book is to update the current status of research of aquaculture in the coastal zone and outline directions for the development of sustainable aquaculture using modern methodologies. It is also discussed the application of existing knowledge and the creation of new knowledge to ensure that aquaculture will develop at a sufficient pace to sustain and enhance the availability of high quality foods of aquatic origin in the human diet despite the global decline in the capture fishery.

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Edited By: J Coimbra
302 pages, illus.
Publisher: IOS Press
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