This chapter discusses matters in respect of which aquaculture may require regulation. These include: (a) requiring authorization for the establishment and operation of an aquaculture installation; (b) preventing and controlling disease in aquaculture installations; (c) regulating possible pollution damage to, or resulting from, aquaculture; (d) controlling the use of alien or genetically modified species in aquaculture; (e) marketing and trade; (f) tuna farming; and (g) public financial assistance for aquaculture.
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