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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: The long-term economic and ecologic impact of larger sustainable aquaculture
Authors: Lane, Alistair
Hough, Courtney
Bostock, John
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Citation: Lane A, Hough C & Bostock J (2014) The long-term economic and ecologic impact of larger sustainable aquaculture. European Parliament. KelmelytÄ—, V (ed.). European Parliament.
Keywords: aquaculture
Europe, EU, fish farming, development, economics, ecological impact,
Issue Date: Oct-2014
Publisher: European Parliament
Abstract: The EU recognises aquaculture as an important contributor to the EU food basket and this study provides insights into the economic and ecological implications of increased EU aquaculture. Curent production, clasified by technology and by sector, is transposed into forecasts up to 2030 that identify the main future technologies, trends and sectoral chalenges. An ecological impact asesment matrix is used to compare production systems. Feed requirements are presented, with observations on how these might impact EU fisheries. Public support and policy considerations are discused.
Type: Research Report
Rights: Copyright European Union. Reproduction and translation for non-commercial purposes are authorized, provided the source is acknowledged and the publisher is given prior notice and sent a copy.
Affiliation: European Aquaculture Society
Federation of European Aquaculture Producers

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