By B. Lahlou, P. Vitiello
Published by way of the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Coastal and Estuarine reviews, quantity 43.
The goal of this quantity is to give an account of modern growth in easy learn on animal species (mostly fishes) at the moment exploited in aquaculture, insofar as this information is a resource of tangible or strength purposes during this undefined. every one contribution is up-to-date to comprise the easiest of present wisdom within the box and to supply a wide number of readers with a useful resource of information.
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