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Acquaculture: production and markets

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Acquaculture: production and markets. / Bjorndal, Trond; Asche, F.

Handbook of marine fisheries conservation and management. ed. / R. Grafton; R. Hilborn; D. Squires; M. Williams. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010. p. 60-71.

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Harvard

Bjorndal, T & Asche, F 2010, Acquaculture: production and markets. in R Grafton, R Hilborn, D Squires & M Williams (eds), Handbook of marine fisheries conservation and management. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 60-71.

APA

Bjorndal, T., & Asche, F. (2010). Acquaculture: production and markets. In R. Grafton, R. Hilborn, D. Squires, & M. Williams (Eds.), Handbook of marine fisheries conservation and management (pp. 60-71). Oxford University Press.

Vancouver

Bjorndal T, Asche F. Acquaculture: production and markets. In Grafton R, Hilborn R, Squires D, Williams M, editors, Handbook of marine fisheries conservation and management. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2010. p. 60-71

Author

Bjorndal, Trond ; Asche, F. / Acquaculture: production and markets. Handbook of marine fisheries conservation and management. editor / R. Grafton ; R. Hilborn ; D. Squires ; M. Williams. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010. pp. 60-71

Bibtex

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