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Waste Heat and Nutrient-Loaded Effluents in the Aquaculture: The Setting of the Problem

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Abstract

The obvious point of departure for our discussions is the concern about the way we are managing our resources. We can approach this problem from various angles, ranging from the trustful one that“God looks after those that look after themselves,” to the downright pessimistic one that foresees a collapse of the human existence in the near future because we are overexploiting our resources in a way that will leave us to choke in our own waste.We may begin our discussion with the statement that most of our resources are limited, but that the limits are still largely unknown, and that we still can stretch the approach to the limits with a combination of a judicious use of the resources and our own ingenuity.

Keywords

Nutrient Level Mineral Nutrient Waste Heat Elemental Component Legal Control 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1976

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Christian Michelsen InstituteBergenNorway

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