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Environmental issues of tilapia aquaculture: a governmental perspective.
(In: TILAPIA AQUACULTURE DIALOGUE, 1., 2005, Washington, DC. [Proceedings...] Washington, DC: WWF, 2005. p. 1-10., 2005)
Dynamic Interactions among Boundaries and the Expansion of Sustainable Aquaculture
Aquaculture is the fastest growing food production system in the world, generating more than half of the global seafood harvested today. These type of activities are crucial to provide key nutritional components for humanity ...
Antibiotics in chilean aquaculture: a review
Aquaculture in Chile has been practiced since the 1920s; however, it was not until the 1990s that aquaculture became an important sector here. Important species in Chilean aquaculture include salmonids, algae, mollusks, ...
Aquaculture Research and Development as an Entry-Point and Contributor to Natural Resources and Coastal Management
(Taylor & Francis Inc, 2010-01-01)
Recent, fervent international dialogue concerning the existence and magnitude of impacts associated with aquaculture has had both positive and negative outcomes. Aquaculture stakeholders have become sensitized to requirements ...
Responsible use of resources for sustainable aquaculture
(Food and Agriculture Organization of the United NationsPhuket, 2010-09-22)
Comparisons of production, water and energy efficiencies of aquaculture versus an array of fisheries and terrestrial agriculture systems show that nonfed aquaculture (e.g. shellfish, seaweeds) is among the world’s most ...
Detection of post-F1 fish hybrids in broodstock using molecular markers: Approaches for genetic management in aquaculture
Herein, we have developed molecular markers for nuclear genes to use in multiplex-PCR and PCR-RFLP, with the goal of characterising hybrid lines derived from crosses between pintado Pseudoplatystoma corruscans and cachara ...
Lambari Aquaculture as a Means for the Sustainable Development of Rural Communities in Brazil
The challenge of developing rural communities is to combine socioeconomic enhancement and environmental conservation. Sustainable aquaculture using low-trophic level native small fish could be an important tool to aid in ...
Industrial Location, Relations with Regional Agents, Formation and Innovation in Spanish Aquaculture
(Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Facultad de Economía y Negocios, 2011)
Fish consumption in Brazil: is the internal market able to accommodate the strong growth projected for Brazilian aquaculture?
(In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS, 6., 2013, Rio de Janeiro. Improving Statistics for food security, sustainable agriculture, and rural development: linking statistics with decision making: proceedings. Rio de Janeiro: IBGE, 2015., 2015)