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Coastal marine biodiversity and aquaculture
Féral, J.-P. (2000). Coastal marine biodiversity and aquaculture, in: Man and Coastal Areas: Towards a sustainable aquaculture. Final report of the European workshop for a sustainable development of aquaculture, Kristineberg Marine Research Station, Sweden. pp. 21-26
In: (2000). Man and Coastal Areas: Towards a sustainable aquaculture. Final report of the European workshop for a sustainable development of aquaculture, Kristineberg Marine Research Station, Sweden. French Embassy, Office for Science and technology/Swedish-French Association for Research (AFSR): Stockholm. ISBN 2-913263-11-9, more

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Abstract
    Aquaculture will continue to increase; it therefore can have more and more negative impacts at all levels of coastal biodiversity: habitat degradation, eutrophication, genetic effects on or competition with native species from non-indigenous cultured species, introduction of disease to natural populations . Large-scale aquaculture should move out of the sensitive coastal zones using technology, and legal means, that minimise environmental impacts.

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