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Environmental risks associated with large-scale marine finfish cage aquaculture cast doubt on the sustainability of the industry. This book divides the topic into its broad parts: Eutrophication; Sedimentation and Benthic Impacts; Changes in Trophic Structure and Function; and Managing Environmental Risks, and goes further to analyze methods and models currently used to measure near and far-field environmental effects of finfish mariculture and and their implications for management.

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Fred H. Page, Randy Losier, Paul McCurdy, David Greenberg, Jason Chaffey, Blythe Chang: Dissolved oxygen and salmon cage culture in the southwestern New Brunswick portion of the Bay of Fundy.- P.M. Strain, B.T. Hargrave :Salmon aquaculture, nutrient fluxes and ecosystem processes in southwestern New Brunswick.- W. Glen Harrison, Tim Perry, William K.W. Li: Ecosystem indicators of water quality.- I. Plankton biomass, primary production and nutrient demand.- Paul E. Kepkay, W. Glen Harrison, John B.C. Bugden: Ecosystem indicators of water quality. II. Oxygen production and oxygen demand.- M. Robin Anderson, Michael F. Tlusty, Vern A. Pepper: Organic enrichment at cold water aquaculture sites - the case of coastal Newfoundland.- Michael F. Tlusty, Vern A. Pepper, M. Robin Anderson: Reconciling aquaculture's influence on the water column and benthos of an estuarine fjord - a case study from Bay d'Espoir, Newfoundland.- C.J. Cromey, K.D. Black: Modelling the impacts of finfish aquaculture.- Dario Stucchi, Terri-Ann Sutherland, Colin Levings, Dave Higgs: Near-field depositional model for salmon aquaculture waste.- Marianne Holmer, Dave Wildish, Barry Hargrave: Organic enrichment from marine finfish aquaculture and effects on sediment biogeochemical processes.- P.A. Yeats, T.G. Milligan, T.F. Sutherland, S.M.C. Robinson, J.A. Smith, P. Lawton, C.D. Levings: Lithium normalized zinc and copper concentrations in sediments as measures of trace metal enrichment due to salmon aquaculture.- John N. Smith, Phil Yeats, Timothy G. Milligan: Sediment geochronologies for fish farm contaminants in sediments from Lime Kiln Bay, Bay of Fundy.- T.G. Milligan, B.A. Law: The effect of marine aquaculture on fine sediment dynamics in coastal inlets.- S.M.C. Robinson, L.M. Auffrey, M.A. Barbeau: Far-field impacts of eutrophication on the intertidal zone in the Bay of Fundy, Canada with emphasis on the soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria.- D.J.Wildish, G.W.Pohle: Benthic macrofaunal changes resulting from finfish mariculture.- K. Haya, L. E. Burridge, I. M. Davies, A. Ervik: A review and assessment of environmental risk of chemicals used for the treatment of sea lice infestations of cultured salmon.- S. M. Armstrong, B.T. Hargrave, K. Haya: Antibiotic use in finfish aquaculture: modes of action, environmental fate, and microbial resistance.- John W. Sowles: Assessing nitrogen carrying capacity for Blue Hill Bay, Maine - a management case history.- Morten T. Schaanning, Pia Kupka Hansen: The suitability of electrode measurements for assessment of benthic organic impact and their use in a management system for marine fish farms.- James E. Stewart: Environmental management and the use of sentinel species.- Barry T. Hargrave, William Silvert, Paul D. Keizer: Assessing and managing environmental risks associated with marine finfish aquaculture.

Product Details

ISBN:
9783642064449
Author:
Hargrave, Barry
Publisher:
Springer
Subject:
Environmental Science
Subject:
Aquaculture
Subject:
Ecotoxicology
Subject:
Fish
Subject:
Water -- Pollution.
Subject:
Waste Water Technology / Water Pollution Control / Water Management / Aquatic Pollution
Subject:
Environmental management
Subject:
analytical chemistry
Subject:
Fresh water
Subject:
Marine ecology
Subject:
Freshwater & Marine Ecology Methods and models currently used to measure near and far-field environmental effects of finfish mariculture and to assess their implications for management are presented in 20 chapters arranged in four sections (Eutrophication
Subject:
Environmental Studies-General
Subject:
Environmental
Subject:
Freshwater & Marine Ecology
Subject:
Water and Health
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2005
Series:
The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry / Water Pollution
Series Volume:
5 / 5M
Publication Date:
20101119
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
483
Dimensions:
235 x 155 mm 726 gr

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