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Aquaculture, Innovation and Social Transformation offers and translates Canadian and foreign views at the debate over the way forward for aquaculture in Canada.
Original chapters learn:
- animal welfare;
- knowledge administration and highbrow estate;
- environmental sustainability;
- local, conventional, and aboriginal wisdom;
- and built-in coastal region administration.
Authors of vital chapters are drawn from Canadian and eu universities, whereas commentators are drawn from Canadian govt and personal sectors. This constitution leads to a intentionally engineered collision of various conduct of idea and assorted bases of information. In that collision the issues, recommendations, and attainable way forward for aquaculture are either explicitly argued, and proven within the interplay among authors and views.
Of specific be aware is the inclusion of views written via First international locations individuals, and an epilogue from the comparative point of view folks event.
This ebook could be of curiosity to these fascinated about the social results of intensification of foodstuff creation, nutrition protection, students of know-how, environment-focussed researchers, and someone who cares concerning the way forward for the world’s oceans.
This quantity is exclusive in its depiction of the character and complexity of the social dimensions of the alternative to farm the ocean.
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Some less obvious possibilities are based on an understanding of fish behaviour. For example, based on studies of the response of Atlantic salmon in production cages to artificial underwater lights, Juell & Fosseidengen (2004) suggest that such lights could be used to promote even use of the available space within production cages, thereby reducing crowding in farmed fish. g. Grant 1997) and relatively simple manipulations that increase the costs of fighting among farmed fish, such as making fish swim against a current (Arctic charr; Jorgensen et al.