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Image: intensity.jpg| thumb| left|500px|''' Figure 4: Main differences between extensive, semi- intensive and intensive mariculture systems in terms of resource use and potential environmental risk (Tacon and Foster, 2003)'''< ref>Tacon AGJ, Forster IP (2003): Aquafeeds and the environment: political implications; Aquaculture 226, p. 181- 189</ ref> ).]] |+|
is the of and in . , from and and is of the () the , . , in .
|−|Generally it is aquaculture in marine environments. |+|
|−|If one takes a closer look there are different definitions. Some limit mariculture to the raising of marine plants and animals in the ocean itself (EEA, 2008<ref>European Environmental agency; www.glossary.eea.europa. eu/EEAGlossary/M/mariculture, 01/28/08</ref>). | |
|−|Others also include species from brackish water and include culture methods that take place in salty and brackish water that is not situated in the ocean (CBD, 2004<ref name="CBD">Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity ( 2004) : Solutions for sustainable mariculture-avoiding the adverse effects of mariculture on biological diversity, CBD Technical Series No. 12</ref>, Wecker, 2006<ref name="wecker">Wecker B (2006): Nährstofffluss in einer geschlossenen Kreislaufanlage mit integrierter Prozesswasserklärung über Algenfilter-Modell und Wirklichkeit. ; http://e-diss.uni-kiel.de/math-nat.html, 02/15/08</ ref> ) | |
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Compendium for Coast and Sea - creating a marine science-policy interface
The Compendium for Coast and Sea is an integrated knowledge document about the socio-economic, environmental and institutional aspects of the coast and sea in Flanders and Belgium. As such, it constitutes a one-stop shop for data and information from the Flemish and Belgian marine and maritime research community and experts. The Compendium for Coast and Sea is an initiative of the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) and was developed in close collaboration with experts from the research community, government, industry and civil society organisations. The first version of the Compendium was launched in 2013, a second edition was presented in 2015.