Handbook of Salmon Farming

Selina M. Stead and Lindsay Laird

Handbook of Salmon Farming Salmon farming is an international success story, but it is an industry that faces challenges, and times of change. This essential handbook provides an integrated and multidisciplinary insight into the complex and highly-competitive business of salmon farming. Specialists actively involved in all stages of salmon farming, from egg to market, explain fundamental theory and offer practical advice. This book would appeal to anyone interested in the realities of the farmed salmon industry. It presents a holistic view of how the environment and stock can be managed in a sustainable way, and how this, coupled with a market focus, leads to greater financial returns and stability.

This is a book for everyone working in the industry, professionals, researchers and students alike.

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Extent: 544 pages
Binding: hardback
Publication Date: January 2002
ISBN: 978-1-85233-119-1



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