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Environmental impacts of aquaculture
Black, K.D. (2001). Environmental impacts of aquaculture. Sheffield Biological Sciences, 6. Sheffield Academic Press: Sheffield. ISBN 1-84172-041-5. 214 pp.
Part of: Roberts, J.A.; Usherwood, P.N.R. (Ed.) Sheffield Biological Sciences., more

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    VLIZ: Aquaculture AQU.25 [9814]

Keywords
    Marine; Brackish water; Fresh water

Author  Top 
  • Black, K.D.

Content
  • Pearson, T.H.; Black, K.D. (2001). The environmental impacts of marine fish cage culture, in: Black, K.D. Environmental impacts of aquaculture. pp. 1-31, more
  • Kelly, L.A.; Elberizon, I.R. (2001). Freshwater finfish cage culture, in: Black, K.D. Environmental impacts of aquaculture. pp. 32-50, more
  • Kaiser, M.J. (2001). Ecological effects of shellfish cultivation, in: Black, K.D. Environmental impacts of aquaculture. pp. 51-75, more
  • Choo, P.-S. (2001). Environmental effects of warm water culture in ponds/lagoons, in: Black, K.D. Environmental impacts of aquaculture. pp. 76-98, more
  • Waller, U. (2001). Tank culture and recirculating systems, in: Black, K.D. Environmental impacts of aquaculture. pp. 99-127, more
  • Kapuscinski, A.R.; Brister, D.J. (2001). Genetic impacts of aquaculture, in: Black, K.D. Environmental impacts of aquaculture. pp. 128-153, more
  • Silvert, W.; Cromey, C.J. (2001). Modelling impacts, in: Black, K.D. Environmental impacts of aquaculture. pp. 154-181, more
  • Donnan, D. (2001). Aquaculture in the age of integrated coastal management (ICM), in: Black, K.D. Environmental impacts of aquaculture. pp. 182-198, more
  • Black, K.D. (2001). Sustainability of aquaculture, in: Black, K.D. Environmental impacts of aquaculture. pp. 199-212, more

Abstract
    Examines the relationships between the activities of aquaculture and the environment, starting with an examination of several separate cultures and then moving into a discussion of general relevance to aquaculture. A text directed at fish and shellfish biologists and environmental scientists in academia, industry and government.

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