|Title:||The role of Aquaculture in upcoming food crisis||Authors:||I-Chiu Liao||Keywords:||Aquaculture;Eel aquaculture;Taiwan;Impact of externality;Optimal production;Sensitivity analysis||Issue Date:||2009||Publisher:||Fish Pathology||Journal Volume:||44||Journal Issue:||1||Start page/Pages:||pp.1-8||Abstract:||
abstract:As the global population exceeds 6.5 billion in recent years, aquaculture is destined to play a more important role in providing animal protein in terms of aquaculture potential and high feed conversion rates. Technical and non-technical aspects of aquaculture are discussed in this paper to help sustainable development of this knowledge-based industry, with emphasis on food safety and human welfare. Technical strategies include consolidated standards for each species, introduction of exotic species, improvement of feeds, selective breeding, disease control and oth- ers. Non-technical strategies include training of personnel, proper licensing system, implementation of appropriate regulations and laws, efficient monitoring system, and establishment of local and glo- bal aquaculture networks.
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