Introduce and enforce water quality regulations for aquaculture systems
Overall effectiveness category No evidence found (no assessment)
Number of studies: 0
View assessment score
Hide assessment score
How is the evidence assessed?
Background information and definitions
Aquaculture systems may discharge water with waste and effluents into aquatic environments causing pollution and habitat degradation with adverse impacts on reptiles. Typical wastes include faeces, excess feed and nutrients, and chemicals, such as disinfectants, antifoulants, pesticides, herbicides, and drugs for disease control. Current water quality regulations at aquaculture systems vary widely between different countries, and some have no or very few regulations in place. Introducing and enforcing water quality regulations for aquaculture systems may reduce pollution and harmful impacts on reptile populations.
Where has this evidence come from?
List of journals searched by synopsis
All the journals searched for all synopses
This Action forms part of the Action Synopsis:Reptile Conservation
Reptile Conservation - Published 2021