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World Abalone Supply, Markets, and Pricing
ABSTRACT In recent years, abalone fisheries around the world have shown similar trends, with landings rapidly increasing and then falling as abalone stocks were overfished. A rapid increase in theExpand
The Worldwide Abalone Industry
Global fish production continues to outpace world population growth, and aquaculture remains one of the fastest-growing food producing sectors. In 2012, global aquaculture production was 90.4 millionExpand
Recent Trends in Worldwide Abalone Production
  • P. Cook
  • Biology
  • Journal of Shellfish Research
  • 1 October 2016
ABSTRACT In recent years, the total quantity of abalone produced on farms worldwide has increased significantly while abalone fisheries have declined. Fishery production was almost 20,000 metric tonsExpand
Dating of ‘young’ groundwaters using environmental tracers: advantages, applications, and research needs
Many problems related to groundwater supply and quality, as well as groundwater-dependent ecosystems require some understanding of the timescales of flow and transport. For example, increased concernExpand
World Abalone Supply, Markets, and Pricing: 2011 Update
ABSTRACT Over the past few years, supplies of abalone from fisheries around the world have been gradually declining, whilst supplies from farms have been rapidly increasing. Illegal exploitation ofExpand
Shellfish reef habitats: a synopsis to underpin the repair and conservation of Australia’s environmental, social and economically important bays and estuaries
This report describes the historic extent and current knowledge of Australian shellfish reefs and identifies knowledge gaps and future research priorities with the aim of supporting restorationExpand
Australian shellfish ecosystems: Past distribution, current status and future direction
We review the status of marine shellfish ecosystems formed primarily by bivalves in Australia, including: identifying ecosystem-forming species, assessing their historical and current extent, causesExpand