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Dr Richard Newton

Research Assistant

Institute of Aquaculture Pathfoot Building, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Richard Newton

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Conference Paper

Little DC, Newton R & Beveridge MCM (2016) Aquaculture: a rapidly growing and significant source of sustainable food? Status, transitions and potential In: . Conference on ‘The future of animal products in the human diet: health and environmental concerns’, Symposium 3: Alternatives to meat, 6.7.2015 - 9.7.2015, Nottingham, Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 75 (3), pp. 274-286.

Research Report

Roberts CA, Newton R, Bostock J, Prescott S, Honey DJ, Telfer T, Walmsley SF, Little DC & Hull SC (2015) A Risk Benefit Analysis of Mariculture as a means to Reduce the Impacts of Terrestrial Production of Food and Energy. Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum. World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF). SARF Project Reports, SARF106. Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum.

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