Assessing Environmental Regulatory Arrangements for Aquaculture
AbstractThis paper discusses the appropriateness, efficiency, and effectiveness regulatory arrangements covering aquaculture production in Australia. It identifies a number of key areas including environmental protection, land use planning, marine and coastal management, and land administration.
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fishing - aquaculture - regulation - red tape - marine - administration;
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