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Exploratory analysis of resource demand and the environmental footprint of future aquaculture development using Life Cycle Assessment

Working paper WorldFish. Penang, Malaysia. White Paper: 2014-31 Working paper Aquaculture Climate Change Wednesday, January 1, 2014 Friday, June 6, 2014 Aquaculture Climate change Development Environmental assessment Environmental impact Research Mungkung ...

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Using impact assessment methods to determine the effects of a marine reserve on abundances and sizes of valuable tropical invertebrates.

Procedures for impact assessment, including "beyond-BACI" (before-after control-impact) and proportional differences (ratios between impact and control treatments) were used to test population replenishment of marine invertebrates at a marine ...

Type: Publication

A post-tsunami assessment of coastal living resources of Langkawi Archipelago, Peninsular Malaysia.

Rapid and detailed post-tsunami surveys carried out in the Langkawi archipelago in January 2005 showed that the coral reefs do not suffer any significant structural damage. Nevertheless, there were signs of recent sediment resuspension at the sites ...

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Environmental impacts of tilapias.

Tilapias have been introduced as alien species to about 90 tropical or subtropical countries and territories, purposely for aquaculture or fisheries, or accidentally. In Africa, tilapias have been moved, again mainly for aquaculture and fisheries, beyond ...

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Proliferation of Asian reservoirs: the need for integrated management

The environmental impact of the recent reservoir development in Asia is examined with respect to fishery and aquaculture management. Aquaculture Environmental impact Fisheries management Fresh water Asia Costa-Pierce, B.A. Soemarwoto, O. 1 265 Download ...

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The environmental impact of aquaculture and the effects of pollution on coastal aquaculture development in Southeast Asia.

Coastal aquaculture is a traditional practice in Southeast Asia. Accelerated development in the last three decades has created negative environmental impacts, such as extensive mangrove conversion to ponds, changes in hydrologic regimes in enclosed waters ...

Type: Publication

Environmental management of coastal aquaculture development.

The social and environmental impacts of coastal aquaculture have been widely reported. It is now generally agreed that aquaculture development needs to be better planned and managed if is to achieve its potential and develop in a sustainable manner. The ...

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Discussion and recommendations on aquaculture and environment in developing countries.

This is a compilation of information from tape recording of a discussion on aquaculture and the environment in developing countries. The main topics discussed were the public health issues associated with aquaculture operations and aquatic produce, with ...

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Aquaculture: environmental considerations for its expansion

Several factors, increasing demand, improving technology and under-utilized resources, lead to the conclusion that rapid expansion of aquacultural activities can be anticipated over the next two or three decades. It can be further anticipated that much of ...

Type: Publication

Research highlights antimicrobial resistance risk in aquaculture

New research from WorldFish undertaken as part of the CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-food Systems (FISH) identifies means to lessen the use of antimicrobials, such as antibiotics, antivirals, and antiprotozoals, in aquaculture. Intensification of ...

Type: Press Release

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