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The status of organic aquaculture which presents production (cultivation) aquatic species (fish, crustaceans, molluscs, sea plants etc.) and guarantees high quality and safety of the product in accordance with specific principles is evaluated on the base of a large amount of statistical data. The...

Author(s)
Lagutkina, L. Yu.; Ponomarev, S. V.
Publisher
Agricultural Biology Editorial Office, NPO, Moscow, Russia
Citation
Sel'skokhozyaĭstvennaya Biologiya, 2018, 53, 2, pp 326-336
Abstract

This article talks about Skretting, an aquaculture research centre in Norway, and their initiatives in aquaculture. Such initiatives include culturing and managing entire aquatic ecosystems aside from the farming aspect of aquaculture, protecting and managing water as a resource for acuaculture,...

Author(s)
Keitel, J.
Publisher
Perendale Publishers, Cheltenham, UK
Citation
International Aquafeed, 2021, 24, 7, pp 26-28
Abstract

This review reports on aquaculture development trends and challenges during 2000-2018 in the European Region covering 51 countries including European Union member states. Aquaculture production in the European Region is composed of marine molluscs and diadromous, marine and freshwater fish. It...

Author(s)
Hough, C.
Publisher
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy
Citation
FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Circular, 2022, 1232/1, pp xiv + 96 pp.
Abstract

Mussels (Mytilus sp.) are widespread along the entire coast of Norway. In the last 15 years, the Institute of Marine Research (HI) has received reports that mussels have disappeared from places where shells are usually collected. In 2020, HI developed a method to monitor regional populations of ...

Author(s)
Strohmeier, T.; Strand, Ø.; Gatti, P.; Garcia, A. A.
Publisher
Havforskningsinstituttet (Institute for Marine Research), Bergen, Norway
Citation
Rapport fra Havforskningen, 2022, 2022-38, pp 26 pp.
Abstract

In the Baltic Sea, rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss is the most common species used in marine aquaculture, but further increase in production is problematic due to environmental legal regulations, especially in the coastal zone. A solution could be to place the fish farms offshore and use mussel...

Author(s)
Maar, M.; Larsen, J.; Thenen, M. von; Dahl, K.
Publisher
Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf, Germany
Citation
Aquaculture Environment Interactions, 2020, 12, 339-358, pp 339-358
Abstract

This paper explores the relationship between traditional fisheries, fisheries enhancement (ranching), and aquaculture. It evaluates why they are different and why fisheries economists have largely neglected aquaculture issues, despite the fact that most of the growth in fish supply over the past...

Author(s)
Anderson, J. L.
Publisher
Allen Press Inc, Lawrence, USA
Citation
Marine Resource Economics, 2002, 17, 2, pp 133-151
Abstract

A large amount of organic effluents are released annually from coastal fish farming locations primarily in the form of faeces that settle to the seabed, where they become a substantial food source for benthic communities. The inclusion of marine and vegetable oils as sources of lipids in salmon...

Author(s)
Olsen, S. A.; Ervik, A.; Grahl-Nielsen, O.
Publisher
Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf, Germany
Citation
Aquaculture Environment Interactions, 2011, 2, 2, pp 133-144
Abstract

The total organic aquaculture production at EU 27 level is estimated at 74.032 tonnes in 2020, accounting for 6.4% of the total EU aquaculture production. The production has increased by 60% compared to 2015 (46.341 tonnes at EU 27 level in 2015), this is mainly due to a growth in organic mussel...

Publisher
European Union, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Citation
Organic aquaculture in the EU: current situation, drivers, barriers, potential for growth, 2022, pp ii + 47 pp.
Abstract

This article discusses the significant growth in the organic farming of line mussels in the Danish aquaculture sector. The current production level, future target market share, line culture locations and requirements for the conventional organic production of line mussels that adheres to...

Author(s)
Jokumsen, A.
Publisher
World Aquaculture Society, Baton Rouge, USA
Citation
World Aquaculture, 2015, 46, 3, pp 63
Abstract

The great scallop, Pecten maximus is a potential aquaculture species in Norway, but production to date has been low. Great scallop landings in 2000 were 571 tonnes, exclusively from harvesting wild stocks, landed by divers. Approximately two million juveniles of 15 mm shell height have been...

Author(s)
Bergh, Ø.; Strand, Ø.
Publisher
Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture International, 2001, 9, 4, pp 305-318

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