Sustainable Fish Farming

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Helge Reinertsen, Herborg Haaland
CRC Press, Jun 1, 1995 - Science - 312 pages
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The aim of the symposium on which this text is based was to discuss the current practices of the fish-farming industry and search for sustainable directions for future development. Topics covered include: resources for fish food in aquaculture; genetics; and environment and aquaculture interaction.
 

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Contents

Present utilisation and future
25
The use of marine resources in aquafeeds
43
Optimal utilization of marine proteins and lipids for human interests
79
Miscellaneous
89
A G J Tacon
112
S Rogne
125
Ethics genetic engineering and biodiversity
131
Minimising the impacts of salmon aquaculture on the wild salmon stocks
149
Disease problems use of drugs resistance problems and preventive measures in fish
183
Trends in consumer behaviour
203
Farmed fish Food for the future?
231
A Remmcn
261
Discussion
282
Main points of the discussion
295
The Holmenkollen guidelines for sustainable industrial fish farming
301
Copyright

Sustainability a global problem
167

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