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Editorial: Consumer Demand
We have 4 new features this week:
Effects Of Offshore Fish Farms On Wild Stocks
Speaking at Offshore Mariculture 2010, Pablo Sanchez-Jerez from the Department of Marine Sciences and Applied Biology, University of Alicante looks at the effect of offshore fish farms on wild stocks.
Fisheries And Aquaculture In Kazakhstan: Introduction
The first in a number of articles gives an overview of fisheries and aquaculture in Kazakhstan, written by Timirkhanov, S., Chaikin, B., Makhambetova, Z., Thorpe, A. and van Anrooy, R. from the FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Circular.
Trends In The Use Of Species Groups In Aquaculture Practices
The section section of an FAO report looking at the impact of rising feed ingredient prices on aquafeeds and aquaculture production, looks at trends in the use of species groups in aquaculture practices. Written by Krishen Rana, University of Stirling, UK and Mohammad Hasan, Fisheries and Aquaculture Management Division, FAO.
Cultured Aquatic Species: Grooved carpet shell
Information on the culture of the Grooved carpet shell from the FAO Cultured Aquatic Species Information Programme.
» Modernising Gabon’s Fisheries Sector
» Aquaculture Project Launch In Nanchang
» Promoting Safe Production Methods
» Whole Foods Helps Consumers Make A Sustainable Choice
» US Seafood Consumption Declines Slightly In 2009
» Applicatiosn For New Oyster Leasing Areas Underway
» $1.2 Million Climate Change Adaptation Initiative
» Taking Tips From Iceland
» Norwegian Seafood Exports Fare Well
» Clipfish Sales Do Well In August
» Aquaculture Netting: Knots That Hold
» Cermaq Acquires Share In Marine Farms
» Breaching NZ Fisheries Law Proves Costly
» Funding For NZ Aquaculture
» UK Rejects Icelands Increase In Mackerel Quota
» Fishermen Meet To Discuss Mackerel Dispute
» £23.6m To Boost Marine Science In Wales
» Chips Help Predict Future Fish Stocks
» Mackerel Dispute: Scotland Continue To Object
» Demand For Mussels Booms
» African Freshwater Species At Risk
» New Initiatives To Further Enhance Fishery Assessments
» CFIA: Proposal For Regulatory Imported Food Sector
» New CEO For Royal Greenland
» Fish Farmers Gain Access To Imported Feed
» Icelands Stance In The Mackerel Debate
» Equatorial Guinea Developing Agricultural Sector
» Europe's Future Lies In The Oceans: EurOcean 2010
That's all for this week!