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Ecological intensification of fish farming : the PISCEnLIT project

Abstract : The PISCEnLIT project comes from the global context of aquatic productions in which fishing has achieved a limit and fish farming has a regular development and produces as important volume as fisheries. However, this development should solve several bottlenecks such as environmental and societal problems which question its sustainability. PISCEnLIT is mainly concerned by the ecological intensification of fish culture ponds and their territorial insertion using an ecosystemic approach.
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Julie Simon, Jérôme Lazard, Hélène Rey-Valette, Pascal Fontaine, Syndhia Mathe, et al.. Ecological intensification of fish farming : the PISCEnLIT project. 4. Conference of the European Pond Conservation Network, European Pond Conservation Network (EPCN). Labo/service de l'auteur, Oxford, GBR., Jun 2010, Berlin, Germany. ⟨hal-02757420⟩



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