2 October 2008

Special issue: Aquaculture, ecology and economics: towards a sustainable paradigm

International Journal of Environment and Pollution 33(4) 2008

Papers from a symposium held in Puerto Varas, Chile.
  • Development of new methods to assess invertebrate immunology and immunotoxicology in aquaculture: oysters and lobsters as examples
  • Use of molecular markers for early warning detection of harmful algal blooms
  • Shellfish culture in Chile
  • Seaweed future cultivation in Chile: perspectives and challenges
  • Chile's National Aquaculture Policy: missing elements for the Sustainable Development of aquaculture
  • Estimating preferences for non-market attributes of aquaculture and sustainable seafood production: methods and empirical applications
  • Bioeconomic modelling and salmon aquaculture: an overview of the literature
  • Sea Grant's role: sharing with the community the goal of fostering ecologically-sound, and economically-viable, aquaculture

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