This book, intended to improve planning for further development of aquaculture, examines the factors that can determine the success or failure of aquaculture projects in developing countries. It gives specific examples of social, economic, and political constraints on aquaculture development.
1. An Introduction to Aquaculture Development 2. The Rationale, Promise, and Realities of Aquaculture: A Cultural-Nutritional Perspective 3. Allocation of Aquaculture Resources 4. Sociocultural Aspects of Implementing Aquaculture Systems in Marine Fishing Communities 5. The Role of Non-Technical Factors in the Development of Latin American Aquaculture 6. Aquaculture Development in Atomistic Societies 7. Aquaculture in Costa Rica: Development Strategies and Factors Limiting Expansion 8. Aquaculture Development: Capitalism and Related Alternatives 9. Oyster Culture in Sierra Leone 10. Fish Culture in Israel as a Cash Crop 11. Aquaculture Policies in Egypt 12. Elements in Evaluating Success and Failure in Aquaculture Projects