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Advancing the Aquaculture Agenda
Workshop Proceedings
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  06 Oct 2010
Pages: 428 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264088719 , OECD Code: 532010031P1
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Aquaculture now provides more than 50% of the global supply of fisheries products for direct human consumption. This conference proceedings addresses key policy challenges of the aquaculture sector. Policy makers, academics, industry representatives, NGOs and international organisations gathered to discuss the critical economic, environmental and social aspects of aquaculture.  This publication presents a selection of key issues covered by the workshop and includes a large number of country case studies, which provide specific examples of national approaches to aquaculture management.


Table of contents:
-Chair’s summary by Torger Børresen
-Résumé du président par Torger Børresen
-Opening remarks by Mario Amano, OECD Deputy Secretary General
-Key messages by the French Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries by Bruno Le Maire
-Chapter 1. Growing the wealth of aquaculture by James F. Muir, David C. Little, James A. Young, and Jochn C. Bostock of the University of Stirling
-Chapter 2. Climate change, food security and aquaculture by Albert T. J. Tacon
-Chapter 3. Norway: Aquaculture zoning policy and competition for marine space in aquaculture management by Yngve Torgersen, Martin Bryde and Ruth Torill Kongtorp
-Chapter 4.France: A case study on aquaculture governance
-Chapter 5. Greece: Best practices in aquaculture management and development by Spyros D. Klaoudatos
-Chapter 6. Korea: The current status of and future plans for aquaculture by Jung-Uie Lee and Mi-Seon Park
-Chapter 7. Spain: National plans for the promotion and development of marine aquaculture by Paloma Carballo Tejero
-Chapter 8. Turkey: Best practices in aquaculture management and sustainable development by Hayri Deniz
-Chapter 9. Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture by Thierry Chopin
-Chapter 10. Norway: Escapes of fish from aquaculture by Arne Fredheim, Østen Jensen and Tim Dempster
-Chapter 11. Chile: Experiences in controlling sea lice by José Miguel Burgos González
-Chapter 12. Chinese Taipei: A control strategy for viral diseases in grouper seed production by Chen-Chih Kao
-Chapter 13. The Netherlands: Best practices in managing ecosystem impacts in aquaculture through RAS technologies by Oliver Schneider
-Chapter 14. Agriculture’s impact on aquaculture: Hypoxia and eutrophication in marine waters by Robert J. Diaz
-Chapter 15. Canada: The National Aquaculture Strategic Action Plan Initiative by Eric Gilbert and Daniel Stechey
-Chapter 16. Connections between farmed and wild fish: Fishmeal and fish oil as feed ingredients in sustainable aquaculture by Andrew Jackson and Jonathan Shepherd
-Chapter 17. Barriers to aquaculture development as a pathway to poverty alleviation and food security by Malcolm Beveridge, Michael Phillips, Pattick Dugan, and Randy Brummet
-Chapter 18. Conditions for establishing aquaculture production sites in OECD countries: Survey result discussion and summary by OECD Fisheries Policy Division
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