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Use of Ecosystems Science in Ecological Aquaculture

@inproceedings{CostaPierce2003UseOE,
  title={Use of Ecosystems Science in Ecological Aquaculture},
  author={Barry Antonio Costa-Pierce},
  year={2003}
}
In the 21 st century, aquaculture developers will need to spend as much time on technological advances coming to the field as they do in designing ecological approaches that clearly exhibit stewardship of the environment and coastal societies. The degraded state of aquatic ecosystems worldwide, combined with public concerns about adding new sources of pollution to already overburdened aquatic ecosystems require: a) comprehensive planning for aquaculture in the future of sustainable fisheries, b… 

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