This book examines issues of social equity, user-group conflict, environmental impacts of production, and the mediating role of the state, focusing on the social and environmental dimensions of aquacultural development in both industrialized and nonindustrialized nations.
Part One: Introduction 1. Social Science Contributions to Aquacultural Development Part Two: Aquacultural development in Industrialized Nations 2. The Sky Is the Limit? The Rise and Fall of Norwegian Salmon Aquaculture, 1970-1990 3. Norway's Cod Farming Industry: Adaptation, Imitation or Innovation? 4. Aquaculture in the Baltic Sea: Regional Development and Environmental Conflict 5. Along the Coast and in the State: Aquaculture and Politics in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick 6. Paradise Under Siege: A Case Study of Aquacultural Development in Nova Scotia 7. The Political and Social Context of Technology Transfer: Two Oyster Projects in Florida 8. Catfish in the Farming System of West Alabama 9. Colonizing the Coastal Frontier: Governing Marine Salmon Farming in Scotland Part Three: Aquacultural development in Non-Industrialized Nations 10. Shrimp Mariculture Development in Two Rural Mexican Communities 11. Social and Environmental Impacts of Coastal Aquaculture in Indonesia 12. Household and Community Factors Affecting Development of Small-Scale Fish Farming in Africa 13. Institutional Requirements for Aquacultural Development in Africa: Lessons from Rwanda 14. Cages, Controversies, and Conflict: Carp Culture in Lake Toba, Indonesia 15. Fish, Pigs, Poultry, and Pandora's Box: Integrated Aquaculture and Human Influenza