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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 7, Numbers 1-2, Febuary 2000

Aquaculture–agriculture systems integration: an Australian prospective
pp. 33-43(11)
Authors: Ingram, B.A.; Gooley, G.J.; McKinnon, L.J.; de Silva, S.S.

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Possibilities for the integration of fish farming into irrigation systems
pp. 45-54(10)
Authors: Fernando, C.H.; Halwart, M.

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Water use and conservation for inland aquaculture ponds
pp. 55-63(9)
Authors: Boyd, C. E.; Gross, A.

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Water use and conservation for inland aquaculture ponds
pp. 55-63(9)
Authors: Boyd, C.E.; Gross, A.

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Aspects of fisheries and water resources management in England and Wales
pp. 75-84(10)
Authors: Hughes, S.; Morley, S.

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Aspects of fisheries and water resources management in England and Wales
pp. 75-84(10)
Authors: Hughes, S.; Morley, S.

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Finnish lake fisheries and conservation of biodiversity: coexistence or conflict?
pp. 127-138(12)
Authors: Salmi, P.; Auvinen, H.; Jurvelius, J.; Sipponen, M.

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Hydropower and instream flow requirements for fish in Sweden
pp. 145-155(11)
Author: Svensson, B.S.

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Threats imposed by water resource development schemes on the conservation of endangered fish species in the Guadiana River Basin in Portugal
pp. 167-178(12)
Authors: Collares-Pereira, M.J.; Cowx, I.G.; Ribeiro, F.; Rodrigues, J.A.; Rogado, L.

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