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DAO - Vol. 75, No. 2 - Table of contents

DAO - Vol. 75, No. 2 - Table of contents

Dis Aquat Org (Print ISSN: 0177-5103; Online ISSN: 1616-1580)
Copyright © 2007 Inter-Research. Published May 4

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Welfare of Aquatic Organisms

Large-scale commercial production of aquatic animals has accelerated during the past decade, both in terms of total biomass produced and diversity of organisms cultured. As a result, the husbandry practices applied to these animals -- and the welfare states associated with their use -- are emerging issues in national and international science programs, organizations concerned with the treatment of animals, and amongst consumers. This DAO Special brings together a range of perspectives on aquatic animal welfare, from pragmatic empirical science to ethics, philosophy, and animal rights activism.

Publication date: May 4, 2007
Editors: Howard I. Browman, Anne Berit Skiftesvik

Browman HI, Skiftesvik AB
INTRODUCTION: Moral, ethical and scientific aspects of welfare in aquatic organisms
DAO 75:85 | Full text in pdf format

Bekoff M
Aquatic animals, cognitive ethology, and ethics: questions about sentience and other troubling issues that lurk in turbid water
DAO 75:87-98 | Full text in pdf format

Broom DM
Cognitive ability and sentience: Which aquatic animals should be protected?
DAO 75:99-108 | Full text in pdf format

Lund V, Mejdell CM, Röcklinsberg H, Anthony R, Håstein T
Expanding the moral circle: farmed fish as objects of moral concern
DAO 75:109-118 | Full text in pdf format

Mather JA, Anderson RC
Ethics and invertebrates: a cephalopod perspective
DAO 75:119-129 | Full text in pdf format

Braithwaite VA, Boulcott P
Pain perception, aversion and fear in fish
DAO 75:131-138 | Full text in pdf format

Rose JD
Anthropomorphism and ‘mental welfare’ of fishes
DAO 75:139-154 | Full text in pdf format

Iwama GK
The welfare of fish
DAO 75:155-158 | Full text in pdf format

Bergh Ø
The dual myths of the healthy wild fish and the unhealthy farmed fish
DAO 75:159-164 | Full text in pdf format

Volpato GL, Gonçalves-de-Freitas E, Fernandes-de-Castilho M
Insights into the concept of fish welfare
DAO 75:165-171 | Full text in pdf format

Turnbull JF, Kadri S
Safeguarding the many guises of farmed fish welfare
DAO 75:173-182 | Full text in pdf format