State of world aquaculture : 2006 Contact Person :

  title={State of world aquaculture : 2006 Contact Person :},
  author={R. Subasinghe},
Aquaculture is developing, expanding and intensifying in almost all regions of the world, except in sub-Saharan Africa. Global population demand for aquatic food products is increasing, the production from capture fisheries has levelled off, and most of the main fishing areas have reached their maximum potential. Sustaining fish supplies from capture fisheries will, therefore, not be able to meet the growing global demand for aquatic food. Aquaculture appears to have the potential to make a… CONTINUE READING


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