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Site Selection and Carrying Capacities for Inland and Coastal Aquaculture FAO/Institute of Acquaculture, University of Stirling, Expert Workshop, 6-8 December 2010, Stirling, UK

Proceedings
Series: FAO Fisheries Proceedings Volume: 21
By: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)(Author)
61 pages, Plus CD-ROM
Site Selection and Carrying Capacities for Inland and Coastal Aquaculture
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  • Site Selection and Carrying Capacities for Inland and Coastal Aquaculture ISBN: 9789251073889 Paperback Aug 2013 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This expert workshop was attended by 20 internationally recognized experts, covered a number of relevant core topics and represented aquaculture in different regions of the world. Expertise within the group included the academic, regulatory and consultative sectors of the industry, giving a wide perspective of views on the core topics. Definitions of carrying capacity appropriate for different types of aquaculture were discussed and agreed based upon four categories: physical, production, ecological and social. The range and capability of modelling tools, including spatial tools, available for addressing these capacities were discussed. The prioritization and sequence for addressing site selection and the different categories of carrying capacity were considered in detail in terms of both regional or national priorities and site-specific considerations.

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Proceedings
Series: FAO Fisheries Proceedings Volume: 21
By: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)(Author)
61 pages, Plus CD-ROM
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