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0821305271
Author:
Peter Edwards
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Engineering
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World Bank (June 1, 1984)
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INTEGRATED RESOURCE RECOVERY SERIES GLO/80/004 Number 3 This-is the third in a series of reports being prepared by the Integrated . Aquaculture A Component of Low Cost Sanitation Technology.

INTEGRATED RESOURCE RECOVERY SERIES GLO/80/004 Number 3 This-is the third in a series of reports being prepared by the Integrated Resource Recovery Project as part of a global effort to realize the goal of the United Nations International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, which is to extend domestic and community water supply and sanitation services throughout the developing world. The project objective is to encourage some of the costs of community resource recovery as a means of offsetting sanitation.

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Integrated resource recovery report series glo/84/007. No. 3 Aquaculture: A Component of Low Cost Sanitation Technology (World Bank Technical Paper No. 36) by P. Edwards. A series of reports are being prepared by the Resource Recovery Project as part of a global effort to realize the goal of the United Nations International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, which is to extend domestic and community water supply and sanitation services throughout the developing world during 1981 to 1990.

Aquaculture: A component of low cost. sanitation technology. Technical Paper/Integrated Resource. Technical Paper/Integrated Resource Recovery Series. Edwards P. (e. Washington DC.

Aquaculture is often viewed narrowly as intensive culture of salmon and . Aquaculture : a component of low cost sanitation technology.

Aquaculture is often viewed narrowly as intensive culture of salmon and shrimp to provide high value products for luxury markets and is often associated with environmental degradation. Abstract The degree of integration and intensification in integrated agriculture–aquaculture systems (IAAS) varies with the variation in the pattern of bio-resource flow among various enterprises.

Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain). Aquaculture engineering : technologies for the future. Aquaculture : a component of low cost sanitation technology, Peter Edwards. New York : The Institution of Chemical Engineers ; Hemisphere Publishing Corporation. Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain). Aquaculture engineering : technologies for the future The Institution of Chemical Engineers ; Hemisphere Publishing Corporation Rugby, . Australian/Harvard Citation. Find in other libraries.

Edwards P (1985) Aquaculture: a component of low cost sanitation technology. World Bank technical paper number 36. Integretated resource recovery series. The World Bank, Washington, DC, p 45. ISBN: 0-8213-0527-1Google Scholar. Ecology 7:1–8CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Edwards P (2000) Aquaculture, poverty impacts and livelihoods, vol 56.

Aquaculture a component of low cost sanitation technology Edwards, P. 1990. Environmental issues in integrated ure and waste water-fed fish culture systems.

Aquaculture a component of low cost sanitation technology. UNDP Project Management Report No. World Bank Technical Paper No. 36. Edwards, P. Conference on environment and third world aquaculture development, Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio, Italy, 17–22 September 1990.