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Table of Contents

Volume 8 Special (2013)

Seafood Innovation: Creative Solutions to Global Challenges
  • Front Cover
  • Editorial Board
  • On the Cover
  • From the Guest Editor
  • Bob Verge, Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation
  • Soundings
  • Trevor Swerdfager, Fisheries and Oceans Canada
  • Advertising and Publishing Schedule
  • Essays
  • Is technology the key to combating illegal fishing?
  • Tom Rossiter, Succorfish
  • Improving a Newfoundland cod fishery through a "fisheries improvement project"
  • Janice Ryan, World Wildlife Fund-Canada
  • Bettina Saier, World Wildlife Fund-Canada
  • Responsible fishing: when ecology and economy coincide
  • Antoine Rivierre, Merinov
  • Francis Coulombe, Merinov
  • Dave Cotton, Association des Capitaines Propiertaires de la Gaspesie
  • Sebastien Pare, Association des Capitaines Propiertaires de la Gaspesie
  • Methods for evaluating the quality of tuna meat
  • Yoshihiro Ochiai, Tokai University
  • Mala Nurilmala, Bogor Agricultural University
  • Ecolabels: the rubber stamp of seafood sustainability?
  • Jenna Stoner, Dalhousie University
  • Innovation in value-added seafood
  • Michael Sirois, High Liner Foods/FPI
  • Protective starter cultures given added safety
  • Lone Andersen, Sacco S.r.l
  • Sustainable aquaculture in the Mekong River Delta
  • Pham Tiet Khanh, Tra Vinh University
  • The value of aquaculture certification
  • Daniel Lee, Global Aquaculture Alliance
  • Health as a marketing strategy for seafood
  • Evelyne Nusalim, independent consultant
  • Seafood sustainability: standards, certificates, credibility, consumers ... confusion?
  • Phil MacMullen, Sea Fish Industry Authority
  • Reviews & Papers
  • Bioinvasion through ballast water: a global concern
  • Alex Augusto Goncalves, Federal Rural University of Semi-Arid
  • Spindrift
  • Q&A with Martin Sullivan
  • Trade Winds
  • Rutter
  • Inside Out ... High Pressure Processing
  • Turnings
  • Perspective
  • Reverberations ... The Evolution of the Seafood Industry
  • Chris Leftwich, Fishmongers Company of London
  • Homeward Bound ... The Importance of Innovation in Seafood Processing
  • Bob Verge, Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation