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Socio-economic impacts of shrimp culture
- In M Beveridge, R Fuchs, J Furberg, N Kautsky, A Reilly & P Sorgeloos (Eds.), Aquaculture Research and Sustainable Development in Inland and Coastal Regions in South-East Asia: Proceedings of an IFS/EU Workshop, Can Tho, Vietnam, 18-22 March 1996, 1998 - International Foundation for Science (IFS)
Farmed shrimp contributed 27% of total world shrimp production in 1995 with a volume of 712,000 tonnes ('metric tonnes,' t). Undoubtedly, the shrimp culture industry earns valuable foreign exchange for developing countries ...
Shrimp farming in the Asia-Pacific: environment and trade issues and regional cooperation
- 1994 - Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development
Production of farmed shrimp has grown at the phenomenal rate of 20-30% per year in the last two decades. The leading shrimp producers are in the Asia-Pacific region while the major markets are in Japan, the U.S.A. and ...
The environmental effects of aquaculture with emphasis on the intensive prawn farming in the Philippines.
- In P Koomsup (Ed.), Economic Development and the Environment in ASEAN Countries. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Conference of the Federation of ASEAN Economic Associations, 28-30 November 1991, Bangkok, Thailand, 1993 - The Economic Society of Thailand