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2012)—except for brief periods of declines—global population has been increasing for about 12 millennia. This increase became exponential about 1750 and this pattern of increase has continued until present. A larger population requires more food, and in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, a large amount of land already was required to produce the world’s food supply. This fact led to many discourses on impending global famine and societal collapse because of excessive population. ” Malthus proclaimed that population would soon outgrow the capacity for food production and population would be controlled by famines, wars, and diseases.

Bethesda: American Fisheries Society. Boyd, C. E. and A. A. McNevin. 2011. An early assessment of the effectiveness of aquaculture certification and standards. Report to RESOLVE, Washington, DC. Boyd, C. E. and C. S. Tucker. 1998. Pond Aquaculture Water Quality Management. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Boyd, C. , A. A. McNevin, J. Clay, and H. M. Johnson. 2005. Certification issues for some common aquaculture species. Reviews in Fisheries Science 13:231–279. Boyd, C. , S. Soongsawang, E. W.

Goldburg, R. J. and T. Triplett. 1997. Murky Waters: Environmental Effects of Aquaculture in the United States. Washington: Environmental Defense Fund. Khor, M. 1995. The aquaculture disaster, third world communities fight the “Blue Revolution”. Third World Resurgence 59:8–10. McIntosh, R. P. 1999. Changing paradigms in shrimp farming: I. general description. Global Aquaculture Advocate 2(4/5):42–45. Naylor, R. , R. J. Goldburg, H. Mooney, M. Beveridge, J. Clay, C. Folke, N. Kautsky, J. Lubchenco, J.

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