Sustainable Ecological Aquaculture Systems: The Need for a New Social Contract for Aquaculture Development
Ecohistories of aquaculture suggest that aquaculture is a natural part of human development throughout history and that modern, industrial aquaculture could strengthen its social and ecological roots by articulating its evolution along a sustainability trajectory and by adopting fully the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) ecosystems approach to aquaculture (EAA;
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: May 1, 2010
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