Table of contents for Ecological aquaculture : the evolution of the blue revolution / edited by Barry A. Costa-Pierce.


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List of Contributors
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments

Part 1 The Background of Ecological Aquaculture

 1 The History of Aquaculture in Traditional Societies
    Malcolm C.M. Beveridge and David C. Little

 2 The Ahupua'a Aquaculture Ecosystems in Hawaii
    Barry A. Costa-Pierce

Part 2 The Methods of Ecological Aquaculture

 3 Development and Application of Genetic Tags for Ecological
    Aquaculture
    Theresa M. Bert, Michael D. Tringali and Seifu Seyoum

 4 Aquaculture Escapement, Implications and Mitigation:
    The Salmonid Case Study
    C.J. Bridger and Amber F. Garber

 5 Farming Systems Research and Extension Methods for the
    Development of Sustainable Aquaculture Ecosystems
    Barry A. Costa-Pierce

 6 A Market-driven, Social Ecological Approach to Planning for
    Sustainable Aquaculture: A Case Study of Tilapia in Fiji
    Barry A. Costa-Pierce

Part 3 The Context of Ecological Aquaculture

 7 Village-based Aquaculture Ecosystems as a Model for Sustainable
    Aquaculture Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
    Randall E. Brummett and Barry A. Costa-Pierce



 8 Silvofisheries: Integrated Mangrove Forest Aquaculture Systems
    William J. FitzGerald, Jr

 9 An Integrated Fish and Field Crop System for Arid Areas
    James E. Rakocy

10 Sustainability of Cage Aquaculture Ecosystems for Large-Scale
    Resettlement from Hydropower Dams: An Indonesian Case Study
    Barry A. Costa-Pierce

11 The Role of Aquaculture in the Restoration of Coastal Fisheries
    Mark A. Drawbridge


Part 4 Conclusion

12 Ecology as the Paradigm for the Future of Aquaculture
    Barry A. Costa-Pierce