Aquaculture quadruple bottom line assessment : multi criteria analysis for the Auckland region / Annabelle Giorgetti.

By: Giorgetti, Annabelle.
Contributor(s): Auckland (N.Z. : Region). Regional Council.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Technical report (Auckland (N.Z. : Region). Regional Council) 2010/008.Publisher: [Auckland, N.Z.] : Auckland Regional Council, [2010]Description: 89 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9781877540547 (spiral binding) : .ISSN: 1179-0504 (print); 1179-0512 (online).Subject(s): AUCKLAND | AQUACULTURE | ECONOMICS | ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS | SOCIAL ASPECTS | OYSTERS | MUSSELS | FINFISHHoldings: Electronic Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: Enveco has been commissioned by the Auckland Regional Council (ARC) to provide additional comparative information on aquaculture effects. The aim of the report was to consider the potential social, economic, environmental and cultural effects (the βquadruple bottom lineγ) of three indicative aquaculture scenarios in the Auckland Region. Scenario 1 A baseline scenario reflecting currently operating oyster and mussel marine farms. Scenario 2 An expansion of current farming practices to 2025 mainly focused on oyster and mussel farms, but also allows 18 hectares for experimental species and finfish. The biggest expansion lies in mussel farming with over 1,000 hectares of additional space envisaged (primarily in the western Firth of Thames). Scenario 3 An expansion of scenario 2 with the addition of four indicative co-culture areas in mid to deep waters. It involves an additional 1,839 ha of mussels and oysters, and 300 hectares of new experimental species, scallop spat catching and finfish. ... - Executive summary.
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Enveco has been commissioned by the Auckland Regional Council (ARC) to provide additional comparative information on aquaculture effects. The aim of the report was to consider the potential social, economic, environmental and cultural effects (the βquadruple bottom lineγ) of three indicative aquaculture scenarios in the Auckland Region. Scenario 1 A baseline scenario reflecting currently operating oyster and mussel marine farms. Scenario 2 An expansion of current farming practices to 2025 mainly focused on oyster and mussel farms, but also allows 18 hectares for experimental species and finfish. The biggest expansion lies in mussel farming with over 1,000 hectares of additional space envisaged (primarily in the western Firth of Thames). Scenario 3 An expansion of scenario 2 with the addition of four indicative co-culture areas in mid to deep waters. It involves an additional 1,839 ha of mussels and oysters, and 300 hectares of new experimental species, scallop spat catching and finfish. ... - Executive summary.

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