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International Standard Book Number9789718722282
Cataloging SourceSTII-DOST
Local Call NumberFil.(R) HD9450.65 M36 2007
Main Entry - Corporate NamePhilippines. PHILMINAQ Project, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
Title StatementManaging aquaculture and its impacts a guidebook for local governments
Physical Descriptionxi, 80 pages illustrations, figures, tables
Summary, Etc.This guidebook is written to help local governments and the communities whom they govern, address the negative environmental impacts associated with aquaculture. Fish kills, red tide, eutrophication, and other forms of aquatic pollution are among the negative impacts of aquaculture which should be managed, avoided, and mitigated. Whether the impact is an episodic event such as a fish kill or a recurrent case of effluent discharge, the severity of impacts can only be assessed after several years when habitats and natural populations of aquatic species have been destroyed, when human health had been risked, when private and public sector investments have gone sour, and when the officials and managers in charge have duly completed their terms of office
Subject Added Entry - Topical TermFisheries
 Aquaculture industry -- Guidebook
 Local governance -- Aquaculture -- Philippines -- Guidebook
 Guidebook -- Aquaculture
 Aquaculture management -- Guidebook
 
     
 
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Department of Science and Technology
Science and Technology Information InstituteFil.(R) HD9450.65 M36 2007
 
     
 
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