Improving Marine Water Quality by Mussel Farming: A Profitable Solution for Swedish Society

@inproceedings{Lindahl2005ImprovingMW,
  title={Improving Marine Water Quality by Mussel Farming: A Profitable Solution for Swedish Society},
  author={O. Lindahl and R. Hart and B. Hernroth and S. Kollberg and Lars-Ove Loo and Lars Olrog and Ann-Sofi Rehnstam-Holm and J. Svensson and S. Svensson and U. Syversen},
  booktitle={Ambio},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract Eutrophication of coastal waters is a serious environmental problem with high costs for society globally. In eastern Skagerrak, reductions in eutrophication are planned through reduction of nitrogen inputs, but it is unclear how this can be achieved. One possible method is the cultivation of filter-feeding organisms, such as blue mussels, which remove nitrogen while generating seafood, fodder and agricultural fertilizer, thus recycling nutrients from sea to land. The expected effect of… Expand
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