Environmental impact of aquaculture and countermeasures to aquaculture pollution in China.

  title={Environmental impact of aquaculture and countermeasures to aquaculture pollution in China.},
  author={Ling Cao and Weimin Wang and Yi Yang and Chengtai Yang and Zonghui Yuan and Shanbo Xiong and James S. Diana},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  volume={14 7},
GOAL, SCOPE AND BACKGROUND Aquaculture activities are well known to be the major contributor to the increasing level of organic waste and toxic compound in the aquaculture industry. Along with the development of intensive aquaculture in China, concerns are evoked about the possible effects of ever-increasing aquaculture waste both on productivity inside the aquaculture system and on the ambient aquatic ecosystem. Therefore, it is apparent that appropriate waste treatment processes are needed… CONTINUE READING
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