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Title: An aquaculture strategy for Malta
Other Titles: Preparatory study and recommendations prepared for the Ministry of Resource and Rural Affairs, Government of Malta
Authors: Scott, David
Meyer, Trevor
Bostock, John
Spiteri, Adrian
Zarb, Michael
Deidun, Alan
Corner, Richard
Balzan, Colbert
Stirling Aquaculture
Keywords: Aquaculture -- Malta
Aquaculture -- Planning
Mariculture -- Environmental aspects -- Malta
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Government of Malta. Ministry for Resources and Rural Affairs
Citation: Scott D., Meyer T., Bostock J., Spiteri A., Zarb M., Deidun A., Corner R., Balzan C., & Stirling Aquaculture (2012). An aquaculture strategy for Malta. Valletta.
Abstract: This study was contracted by the Malta Aquaculture Research Centre (MARC), Ministry for Resources and Rural Affairs (MRRA) and took place over a 4 month period between February and June 2011. The purpose of the study is the preparation of an aquaculture strategy for Malta, with the overall objectives stated as: (1) To lay down a structured path for sustainably developing aquaculture in Malta (2) To identify the domains that are essential for a profitable and sustainable industry in Malta. The report contains sections on international context, the present status of the industry, key industry issues, future potential, and a strategy for the industry.
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