Impact of seafarming: Fish farms vs. mussel farms
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The article presents comparative impacts of fish and mussel seafarms. Specifically, it tackles about the impacts of the two farms on the following: solid waste production, water flow and sedimentation, effect on native bottom fauna, effect on wild fish populations, the spread of toxic chemicals and drugs, and to the multi-use conflict that they brought.
Suggested CitationSoutheast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department (1994). Impact of seafarming: Fish farms vs. mussel farms.
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