Aquaculture Interactions with Endangered Species
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Aquaculture Interactions with Endangered Species
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    Aquaculture Interactions with Endangered Species : Bibliography
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    This bibliography focuses on aquaculture interactions with ESA-listed species and protected resource species, with an emphasis on research conducted from 2005 forward. The references herein attempt to understand the potential risks that aquaculture may pose to protected resource species including whales, sea turtles, dolphins, porpoises, pinnipeds (e.g., seals and sea lions), and other marine species that are listed as endangered under ESA (e.g., Atlantic salmon, Atlantic sturgeon). This includes any reported interaction including physical, behavioral, or other, from both domestic and international aquaculture operations. It is organized alphabetically by author.
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