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 Arabic: State of world aquaculture 2006 (Arabic version)  
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   English State of world aquaculture 2006
   EnglishAquaculture is developing, expanding and intensifying in almost all regions of the world. Increasing global population demand for aquatic food products and it is expected that lion┬┐s share of this future demand will come from aquaculture. This document analyses the past trends that have led the aquaculture sector to its current status and describes its current status globally.
Author(s)FAO Fisheries Department
Type of publicationBook
Publication year2006
Job numberA0874/E
Bibliographical referenceFAO Fisheries Department. State of world aquaculture 2006. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. No. 500. Rome, FAO. 2006. 134p.
Data ownerFI /FIRA
Series titleFAO Fisheries Technical Paper  - T500
Agrovoc Aquaculture, Aquaculture equipment, Aquaculture techniques, Information dissemination, Polyculture (aquaculture)
Categories Aquaculture production
Programme name Aquaculture Information Products
Continent Africa
America South
America North and Central
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