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Current status of extensive and semi-intensie aquaculture practices in southern Europe

AuthorsAnras, L.; Boglione, Clara; Cataudella, Stefano; Dinis, M. T.; Livi, S.; Makridis, Pavlos; Marino, Giovanna; Ramalho Ribeiro, Ana; Yúfera, Manuel
KeywordsExtensive farming
Semi-intensive farming
Marine aquaculture
Issue Date22-Jan-2010
PublisherSEACASE International Workshop
CitationSEACASE International Workshop : (2010)
AbstractIn less then 30 years intensive fish farming has quickly become the first provider of marine farmed products. Yet, extensive and semi-intensive systems still represent significant amounts of production and use large places along the southern Europe coastal zones (artificial lagoons, natural and managed deltas, and semi closed bays and estuaries, encompassing polders with earthponds).
Description2 páginas. International Workshop on Sustainable Extensive and Semi-intensie Coastal Aquaculture in Southern Europe (SEACASE), Tavira, Portugal, january 20-21, 2010.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.seacase.org/PDF/WP7/SEACASE%20International%20Workshop%20TAVIRA%20PT/Proceedings/Proceedings%20SEACASE%202010.pdf
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