Sources of further information and advice

General johnson, h. m. and Associates (2002), Market Outlook in the International Fish and Seafood Sector: Alternative Products/Uses and Food Safety Issues. Prepared for the Canadian Office of the Commissioner for Aquaculture Development (Fisheries and Oceans) by H.M. Johnson & Associates. killer, s. (Ed.) (1990), Making Profits out of Seafood Wastes, Proceedings of the International Conference on Fish By-Products, Anchorage, Alaska, Alaska Sea Grant Program, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska. bechtel, p. j. (Ed.) (2003), Advances in Seafood Byproducts. 2002 Conference Proceedings, Alaska Sea Grant Program, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska.

hilderbrand, k. (2001), Seafood Waste Management Bibliography, Oregon Sea Grant. Download at: pdf martin, a. m. (1998), Fisheries waste biomass: bioconversion alternatives. In Bioconversion of Waste Materials to Industrial Products, 2nd edn (Martin, A. M., Ed.), Chapman & Hall, London. shahidi, f. (1995), Seafood processing by-product. In Seafood: Chemistry, Processing Technology and Quality (Shahidi, F. and Botta, J. R., Eds), Kluwer Academic Publishers, New York, pp. 320-334.


Proceedings of the 1991 Fisheries By-Products Composting Conference (Nelson, K.,

Ed.), Madison, Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute. mathur, s. p., daigle, j.-y., lévesque, m. and dinel, h. (1986), The feasibility of preparing high quality composts from fish scrap and peat with seaweeds or crab scrap. Biol. Agric. Hortic. 4, 27-38. brinton, w. f. and seekins, m. d. (1988), Composting Fish By-Products: A

Feasibility Study, Woods End Research Laboratory, Mt. Vernon, Maine. Staff of BioCycle (Eds.) (1991), The Art and Science of Composting, J. G. Press,

Emmaus, Pennsylvania. For those serious about starting a composting operation, a subscription to Biocycle Magazine (Emmaus, Pennsylvania) is a worthwhile investment.

Fish meal

Windsor, m. and barlow, s. (1981), Introduction to Fishery By-Products. Fishing News Books Ltd, Farnham, Surrey, UK.

Hydrolysis and silage

Bioactive compounds in fish and shellfish hydrolysates (EU Hydrolysis Project). Download at eq15581200595ndD0Ceq1ndTBLeqEN_PR0J.htm piggot, g. m. (1982), Enzyme modifications of fishery by-products. In Chemistry and Biochemistry of Marine Food Products (Martin, R. E., Flick, G. J., Hebard, C. E. & Ward, D. R., Eds), AVI Publishing Co., Westport, Connecticut. Fish silage: A Review and some Recent Developments. Fish Silage Workshop, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Fisheries Development Program, Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada, General Education Series 7. raa, j. and gildberg, a. (1982), Fish silage: a review. CRC Crit. Rev. Food Sci.

Nutr, April: 383-419. raa, j., gildberg, a. and strom, t. (1983), Silage production - theory and practice. In Upgrading Waste for Feeds and Food (Ledyard, D. A., Taylor, A. J. & Lawrie, R. A., Eds), University of Nottingham, UK. tatterson, i. n. and Windsor, m. l. (1974), Fish silage. J. Sci. Food Agric. 25, 369-379.

winter, k. a. and feltham, l. a. w. (1983), Fish Silage: The Protein Solution, Research Branch, Agriculture Canada, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

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