1998 United Nations Year of the Oceans
Program in Global Sustainability
University of California Irvine 92697-7070
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT IN SUSTAINABLE COASTAL AQUACULTURE  ECOSYSTEMS
An Ecuadorian Shrimp Farm in the Mangroves from MacDougall (1997)
 
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PURPOSE
This Page is for Documenting Projects in Sustainable Coastal Aquaculture Ecosystems - Research, Policy, Practice and Pedagogy - And Serving as a Worldwide Site for Students of Sustainable Aquaculture
 
Unit 1 

Form and Function of Tropical Coastal  Mangrove Ecosystems

Webliography 

Coral Kingdom 
Hambrey (1997) 
Mangrove Action Project 
NACA 
Rosenberry (1997) 
Society of Wetland Scientists 
Sierra Club of Canada (1997) 
Western Australian Mangrove Page 
WetNet- The Wetlands Network 
WHSRN INDEX 
 

Unit 2 

Environmental & Social Impacts. Major International Research Institutions & Information Sources. 
 
 

Webliography 

Acres USA (1996) 
Choluteca Declaration 
Environmental Defense Fund 
FAO Fisheries Department 
Greenpeace 
ICRW 
Lassen (1997) 
Mangrove Action Project 
NGO Statement at UNCSD 
National Fish. Inst. Shrimp Council 
NRDC 
Purdue University AQUANIC 
Sierra Club of Canada (1997) 
Shrimp Tribunal Pond Dynamics/Aquaculture CRSP 
Stonich (1997) 
Oceanic Institute 
University of Idaho Aquaculture Research Institute 
SEAFDEC 

Unit 3 

The Pedagogy, Principles and Evolution of Sustainability. Definitions and Operationalization of Sustainability. 
 
 

Webliography 

ADB/NACA (1996) 
Caffey (1997) 
FAO Fisheries Department 
Global Aquaculture Alliance (1997) 

Unit 4  
 
Major Shrimp Species Cultured and Aquaculture Systems Developed. Status of Shrimp Aquaculture Worldwide. 

 

Webliography 

Cooper et al. (1997) 
Kapiris (1997) 
MacDougall (1997) 
Rosenbery (1997) 
Shrimp News International 
 

Unit 5 

Southeast Asia 

 

Webliography 

AIT (1997) 
Landesman (1994) 
Menasveta (1997) 
Miller et al. (1995) 
Peschke (1996) 
Miller et al. (1997) 
 

 

Latin America 

 

Webliogaphy 

CODDEFFAGOLF 
Ecuador Images 
Ocean Shrimp Products, Sinaloa

Unit 6 

Integrated Systems. Principles and Practices of Integrated Coastal Zone Management. 
 
 

Webliography 

ADB/NACA (1996) 
Integrated mangrove-aquaculture systems 
Miller et al. (1995) 
Quarto and MAP (1997) 
Primavera (1997) 
Stevenson (1997) 
Rehabilitation of Degraded Coastal Systems 

 
 Student Project Areas

1. The Carrying Capacity of the Gulf of Fonseca, Honduras
2. Partnership for Development of Sustainable Shrimp Aquaculture in Nicaragua
3. Defining Sustainable Shrimp Aquaculture Ecosystems
4. Shrimp Aquaculture in East Africa . Nolan (1997). A New Shrimp Farm that Is "Eco-Friendly"


USAID/URI (University of Rhode Island) PROJECT ON SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE



Status of Shrimp Aquaculture: Global Reports

  Kapiris, K. 1997. Shrimp culture in Hellas (Greece). National Centre for Marine Research, Institute of Marine Biological Resources, Athens, Greece. kkapir@posidon.ncmr.ariadne-t.gr



PUBLICATIONS OF RECENT OR SEMINAL INTERST

Agardy, T. 1997. Marine protected areas and ocean conservation. Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

Bardach, J. editor. 1997. Sustainable aquaculture. Wiley and Sons, New York.

Clay, J. 1997. Towards sustainable shrimp aquaculture. World Aquaculture 28(3): 32-37.

Dalsgaard, J. and R. Oficial. 1997. A quantitative approach for assessing the productive performance and ecological contributions of smallholder farms. Agricultural Systems 55(4): 503-533.

Gammage, S. 1997. Estimating the returns to mangrove conversion: sustainable management or short term gain? International Institute for Environment and Development, London, U.K.

Lockwood, G. 1997. Wordl shrimp production with environmental and social accountability: a perspective and a proposal. World Aquaculture 28(3): 52-55.

Lassen, T. 1997. Environmental extremes versus sustainable policies in aquaculture. World Aquaculture 28(3): 49-51.

Lyle, J. 1994. Regenerative design for sustainable development. Wiley and Sons, NY.

Primavera, J. 1997. Tropical shrimp farming and its sustainability. In: S.S. De Silva (ed.) Tropical Mariculture. Academic Press, London.

Primavera, J. 1998. Socio-economic impacts of shrimp culture. Aquaculture Research 28, in press.

Stern, P. et al. 1997. Environmentally significant consumption. National Academy Press, Washington, DC.

Wackernagel, M. and W. Rees. 1996. Our Ecological Footprint. New Society Publishers, Gabriola Island, B.C., Canada,

WCED (World Commission on Environment and Development). 1987. Our Common Future. Oxford University Press, N.Y.


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