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|DOSDAT, A., HERAL, M., KATAVIC, I., KEMPF, M., PROU, J., and SMITH, C. 1996. Approaches for zoning of coastal areas with reference to Mediterranean aquaculture/Approches pour l’aménagement de zones côtières en relation avec l’aquaculture en Méditerranée. PAP-10/EAM/GL.1. Split: PAP/RAC. pp iv + 37. ENG/FRA|
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Marine aquaculture, as a relatively new sector capable of economic growth and benefits, is now moving beyond its traditional stages to the point where it needs to have a recognisable and effective position - both in development and regulatory terms. In that context selection of the site is of vital importance since the quality and characteristics of the site are essential for both farming performance and reducing the negative impact on the environment. Site selection procedures are closely related to the coastal zone planning and management policy, especially in a climate of competition for coastal space and resources use. The document suggests that coastal zoning relevant to aquaculture must be included in the national policy and with the goals defined at every level, mainly the control of developmental activities affecting the sustainability of coastal resources.
|PAP/RAC. 1994. Report of the Workshop on Environmental Aspects of Shellfish Culture in the Mediterranean with Special Reference to Monitoring, Dubrovnik, 19-22 July 1994. PAP-10/EAM/W.1/1. Split: PAP/RAC. pp 28. ENG/FRA|
This report contains the summaries of national reports on the state of shell-fish culture in 7 coastal countries (Albania, Algeria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Morocco, Portugal and Tunisia), as well as a summary of the Israeli report on combined biofiltration by algae and molluscs. The report also reflects in brief the presentations of experts of IFREMER dealing with three approaches for the assessment of the carrying capacity of a bay for shellfish culture (a global approach, an analytical method, and the use of GIS); the automated systems for monitoring the environment; the three monitoring networks set up on the Mediterranean French coast; EU regulations concerning the production and marketing of bivalves; and possible sources of funding (especially from the European Union) regional co-operation in the field of coastal environment. Two summaries address the issues of phytoplankton monitoring and research, one referring to the Italian region of Emilia Romagna, and the other to the Eastern Adriatic coast.
|UNEP. 1987. Environmental Aspects of Aquaculture Development in the Mediterranean Region (Documents Produced in the Period 1985-1987). MAP Technical Reports Series No. 15. Athens: UNEP/MAP. pp viii + 101. ENG |
This technical report contains the documents produced in the preparatory phase of the priority action targeted on aquaculture. The first part of the report presents the existing Mediterranean aquaculture types and conditions prevailing in coastal areas favourable for aquaculture. The second part deals with environmental, macro-economic and socio-economic issues. The third part summarises the results of consultant missions sent to a number of sites with the task to assess the needs and constraints of both technical and scientific nature. In conclusion, the report proposes a Mediterranean co-operative project focusing on the definition of ecological criteria for the rational development and protection of aquaculture sites.