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MARINE AQUACULTURE IN THE UNITED STATES: CURRENT AND FUTURE POLICY AND MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES

@inproceedings{Devoe1999MARINEAI,
  title={MARINE AQUACULTURE IN THE UNITED STATES: CURRENT AND FUTURE POLICY AND MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES},
  author={M. Richard Devoe},
  year={1999}
}
Aquaculture in the United States has the potential to become a major growth industry in the 21st Century. Global seafood demand is projected to increase by 70 percent by the year 2025 (Joint Subcommittee on Aquaculture, JSA 1993). With harvests from capture fisheries stable or in decline, aquaculture would have to increase production by 700 percent to a total of 77 million metric tonnes annually to meet the projected demand (JSA 1993). The potential of aquaculture worldwide to meet the… 
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