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Global aquaculture outlook in the next decades: an analysis of national aquaculture production forecasts to 2030

@inproceedings{Brugere2004GlobalAO,
  title={Global aquaculture outlook in the next decades: an analysis of national aquaculture production forecasts to 2030},
  author={Cecile Brugere and Neil B. Ridler},
  year={2004}
}
Aquaculture production is expected to play a crucial role in forthcoming decades in compensating for stagnant capture fisheries and in meeting increased demand for aquatic products. Designed to ascertain the compatibility of national aquaculture production forecasts with the global prevision of the sector's growth to 2020 and beyond, the report attempts to answer three questions: 1) Do individual countries have the ambition to expand their aquaculture sector to meet global demand forecasts, and… 

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