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Cohesive Journal of Microbiology & Infectious Disease

Established the Environmental Monitoring Program Indicators to Prevent Disease Infection and Promote Sustainable Development

  • Open or Close Yi-Che Shih*

    National Cheng Kung University, Central Police University, Taiwan

    *Corresponding author: Yi-Che Shih, Assistant Professor, National Cheng Kung University, Central Police University, Taiwan

Submission: October 03, 2018;; Published: October 05, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/CJMI.2018.02.000534

ISSN: 2578-0190
Volume2 Issue2

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Marine aquaculture may also cause environmental degradation from feces, uneaten feed and use of chemicals if the local carrying capacity is exceeded [1]. The most important benthic impact relates to the formation of anoxic sediments [2-4] which can be easily monitored. Both sediment condition and waste accumulation are good indicators for detecting the environmental condition at aquaculture sites. Beveridge [5] revealed that environmental deterioration because of high organic matter concentrations in the sediments may affect the health of farmed fish and hence profitability. Waste and waste-makes quality management for marine aquaculture in other countries has not only focused on the release limitations of organic matter, and nutrients [6-8] but also on chemicals [9] used on the farms regardless wherever into estuaries or nearshore coastal waters [10,11]. This investigation uses an environmental monitoring program to understand and assess the environmental impact of marine farming.

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