Bivalve Relay & Depuration in Nicaragua

The University of Hawaii at Hilo project on bivalve aquaculture development and shellfish sanitation in Latin America builds on six years of CRSP work. Bivalves are a heavily utilized resource throughout the region, with some of the more marginalized groups of the population heavily dependent upon...

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Autores Principales: Haws, Maria, Gaxiola, Eladio, Rodriguez, Guillermo, Rivas, Carlos, Hernández, Nelvia del Socorro, Sandoval Palacios, Erick José, Supan, John
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: AquaFish CRSP 2010
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Acceso en línea: http://repositorio.uca.edu.ni/1468/
http://repositorio.uca.edu.ni/1468/1/2010_bivalve_relay_102510_arto_p.5%2C10.pdf
Sumario: The University of Hawaii at Hilo project on bivalve aquaculture development and shellfish sanitation in Latin America builds on six years of CRSP work. Bivalves are a heavily utilized resource throughout the region, with some of the more marginalized groups of the population heavily dependent upon them for income and food.