Nutrition-sensitive aquaculture in Bangladesh

The diversity of aquaculture production systems in Bangladesh may be calibrated to provide food and nutrition security without negative environmental impact, aligning multiple interests of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

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Thorne-Lyman, A.L. Nutrition-sensitive aquaculture in Bangladesh. Nat Food 1, 595–596 (2020).

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