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European Publications

A list of European fish farming publications.

Europe-wide
Title: Eurofish Magazine
Format: Magazine
Description: A glossy full-colour bi-monthly publication, with the widest distribution amongst the fisheries press in Europe. The magazine features regular profiles of the fisheries sector in European countries, trade and market reports, processing technology, aquaculture, news and reviews of major exhibitions and conferences. Distributed to 5000 addresses.
Website: http://www.eurofish.dk/

Title: FAO Aquaculture Newsletter
Format: Newsletter
Description: The aquaculture newsletter of the FAO, availble in PDF format on-line.
Website: http://fao.org
Title: FinFish News (incorporating Trout News)
Format: Magazine
Description: A twice-yearly publication produced and edited by Cefas on behalf of Defra (UK), as a service to the British finfish farming industry. Copies are available free on request to the editor, or may be viewed on the Cefas website.
Website: www.cefas.co.uk

Title: Fisheries & Aquaculture in Europe Magazine
Format: Magazine
Description: Published by the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries. It is distributed free on request. Five issues are produced per year, in all the official languages of the European Union. The on-line version is available in PDF format
Website: http://ec.europa.eu/fisheries/publications/magazine_en.htm
France
Title: Aqua Revue
Format: Magazine
Description: Professional publication, published eight times per year.
Website: http://perso.aquarevue.mageos.com/
Greece
Title: Alieftika Nea (Fishing News)
Format: Magazine
Description: Monthly publication for fisheries and aquaculture professionals and scientists in Greece. Wide audience ranging from fishermen to universities, research institutes and banks. An English supplement is provided for foreign subscribers (available in Belgium, UK, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, USA, Canada, Israel, Tunisia, India...).
Website:UEPP
Norway
Title: FishfarmingXpert
Format: Magazine (available in Norwegian and English)
Description: From the publishers of "Norsk Fiskeoppdrett", a bi-monthly publication for fisheries site staff and managers. The focus is on salmonids and other cold water species such as cod, halibut and turbot; as well as species such as sea bass and sea bream. Topics covered include hatcheries, smolt farming, cage-based growth, processing and marketing.
Website: FishfarmingXpert
Title: Intrafish
Format: Newsletter
Description: Norway-based online news and trade journal for fish farming and fisheries.
Website: http://www.intrafish.com/
SPAIN
Title: Aquatic
Format: Magazine
Description: A Spanish-language on-line aquaculture magazine
Website: http://www.austasiaaquaculture.com.au/
UK

Title: Fish Farmer Magazine
Format: Magazine
Description: The UK's leading aquaculture magazine, providing news and updates on the latest international industry research. Bi-monthly, with a world-wide disribution, covering the full range of farmed species. One of the most influential resources for academics and professionals in aquaculture producing countries worldwide.
Website:Fish Farmer Magazine
Title: Aquaculture News

Format: Newsletter

Description: Presents an update on the range of research activities of the Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling.

Website: http://www.aqua.stir.ac.uk/AquaNews/index.htm
Title: Fishing News Books
Format: Books, journals
Description: Now a part of Blackwell Scientific Publishers. Details of all books, journals and wall-charts published by the company, with on-line ordering and regular special offers.
Website: http://www.fishknowledge.com
Title: International Aquafeed
Format: Magazine
Description: Published bi-monthly by Perendale Publishers Ltd, specifically for the aquafeed manufacturers and aquaculture industries, together with all those working in the aquafeeding business including consultants, suppliers and research and development specialists worldwide. The publication addresses technical issues associated with the processing of raw materials and other ingredients, including micro-ingredients, in the production of aquafeeds. Every issue looks in depth at the key technological developments, raw material usage and market trends and reports on a full cross-section of feeding matters that influence the structure and efficient operation of this rapidly expanding industry today.
Website: http://www.aquafeed.co.uk

Title: Shetland Fishing
Format: Newsletter
Description: The journal of Shetland's fishing industries. The first fisheries publication in the UK to have a website.
Website: http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/sfn/old/index.htm
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