Table of contents

  1. F. H. Page, R. Losier, P. McCurdy, D. Greenberg, J. Chaffey, B. Chang
    Pages 1-28
  2. Paul E. Kepkay, W. Glen Harrison, John B. C. Bugden
    Pages 83-97
  3. M. Robin Anderson, Michael F. Tlusty, Vern A. Pepper
    Pages 99-113
  4. C. J. Cromey, K. D. Black
    Pages 129-155
  5. Dario Stucchi, Terri-Ann Sutherland, Colin Levings, Dave Higgs
    Pages 157-179
  6. P. A. Yeats, T. G. Milligan, T. F. Sutherland, S. M. C. Robinson, J. A. Smith, P. Lawton et al.
    Pages 207-220
  7. John N. Smith, Philip A. Yeats, Timothy G. Milligan
    Pages 221-238
  8. D. J. Wildish, G. W. Pohle
    Pages 275-304
  9. Barry T. Hargrave, William Silvert, Paul D. Keizer
    Pages 433-461

About this book


Environmental risks associated with large-scale marine finfish cage aquaculture have led to claims that the long-term sustainability of the industry is in doubt. Methods and models currently used to measure near and far-field environmental effects of finfish mariculture and to assess their implications for management are presented in 20 chapters arranged in four sections (Eutrophication, Sedimentation and Benthic Impacts, Changes in Trophic Structure and Function, and Managing Environmental Risks). Case studies show how models may be used to predict environmental changes and provide management tools to minimize potentially adverse environmental risks. The volume is of interest to those working towards sustainable development of mariculture, including environmental managers and decision-makers with regulatory responsibilities.


Aquaculture Ecotoxicology Environmental Management Eutrophication Fish Water Pollution development production

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