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Title: Welfare and aquaculture: Where BENEFISH fits in
Author(s): Turnbull, James
Huntingford, Felicity A
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Issue Date: 2012
Date Deposited: 7-Jan-2014
Citation: Turnbull J & Huntingford FA (2012) Welfare and aquaculture: Where BENEFISH fits in. Aquaculture Economics and Management, 16 (4), pp. 433-440.
Abstract: First paragraph: The aim of the final article in this volume is to summarize the main findings of the BENEFISH project and to discuss how the welfare of farmed fish might be managed in the future as the industry develops. However, we start with a brief reminder of the concept of welfare and the particular problems in defining it in fish.
DOI Link: 10.1080/13657305.2012.729249
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