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Extensive Aquaculture

256 pages
Arcler Education Inc
The aquaculture sector has a lot to add towards achieving the SDGs, especially SDG 14 –which involves conserving and economically utilizing the seas, oceans and marine rsources for sustainability. Aquaculture keeps on showing the huge success in providing food, sustenance and work. This book shows the significant challenges ahead in spite of the advancement made on various fronts. For instance, there is developing proof that when fisheries are appropriately overseen, stocks are reliably above target levels, offering validity to the fishery stakeholders and governments all throughout the planet. Notwithstanding, the book likewise shows that the victories accomplished in certain nations have not been adequate to invert the global pattern of overfished stocks, demonstrating that in places where fishery boards aren't set up, or are insufficient, the fish stocks become poor and weakened. This calls for new components to help in the viable execution of strategy and the guidelines for sustainable fisheries and environments, as there is no lone answer for guaranteeing fisheries stock throughout the planet.
Author Bio
Bruno Augusto is Aquaculture Engineer and Master on Aquaculture and Fishery Recources from Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC). His focus is on writing projects and development of new technologies in aquaculture. He is currently project service provider, consultant and develops research on Biofloc Technology (BFT) cultivation for fish and shrimp.