Further Reading

Angel DL, Eden N, Breitstein S, etal. (2002) In situ biofiltration: A means to limit the dispersal of effluents from marine finfish cage aquaculture. Hydrobiologia 469:1 10.

Buschmann AH, Troell M, and Kautsky N (2001) Integrated algal farming: A review. Cahiers de Biologie Marine 42: 83 90.

Chopin T, Buschmann AH, Halling C, et al. (2001) Integrating seaweeds into marine aquaculture systems: A key towards sustainability. Journal of Phycology 37: 975 986.

Costa Pierce BA (2002) Ecological Aquaculture: The Evolution of the Blue Revolution, 382 pp. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

Feng YY, Hou SC, Ping NX, et al. (2004) Development of mariculture and its impacts in Chinese coastal waters. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 14:1 10.

Folke C, Kautsky N, Berg H, et al. (1998) The ecological footprint concept for sustainable seafood production: A review. Ecological Application 8(1): S63 S71.

Macleod CH, Moltschaniwskyj NA, and Crawford CM (2006) Evaluation of short term fallowing as a strategy for the management of recurring organic enrichment under salmon cages. Marine Pollution Bulletin 52: 1458 1466.

Neori A, Chopin T, Troell M, et al. (2004) Integrated aquaculture: Rationale, evolution and state of the art emphasizing seaweed biofiltration in modern mariculture. Aquaculture 231:361 391.

Neori A, Troell M, Chopin T, et al. (2007) The need for a balanced ecosystem approach to blue revolution aquaculture. Environment 49: S7 4S.

Nunes JP, Ferreira JG, Gazeau F, et al. (200S) A model for sustainable management of shellfish polyculture in coastal bays. Aquaculture 219: 2S7 277.

Rensel JEJ, Buschmann AH, Chopin T, etal. (200B) Ecosystem based management: Models and mariculture. In: McVey JP, Lee C S, and O'Bryen PJ (eds.) Aquaculture and Ecosystems: An Integrated Coastal and Ocean Approach, pp. 207 220. Baton Rouge: The World Aquaculture Society.

Tacon AGJ and Forster IP (200S) Aquafeeds and the environment: Policy implications. Aquaculture 22B: 181 189.

Troell M, Ronnback P, Halling C, et al. (1999) Ecological engineering in aquaculture: Use of seaweeds for removing nutrients from intensive mariculture. Journal of Applied Phycology 11: 89 97.

Troell M, Halling C, Neori A, etal. (200S) Integrated mariculture: Asking the right questions. Aquaculture 22B: B9 90.

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