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Sea Hare - One of the Fastest Growing Utilitarian Additions to Clear Water Marine Aquaculture Systems
Sea Hares (Dolabella auricularia) may not be familiar to anyone except a handful of medical researchers and marine aquarium enthusiasts. They get their name from the two rabbit ear like tentacles, known as rhinophores, on the top of their head that are...
Rising Sea Water Temperatures Causing Coral Bleaching in Seca Islands, Panama
One third of all marine species that live in the sea spend at least part of their lives on coral reefs which are some of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, second only to rainforests. Slow growing coral reefs are worth more than the $billions in...
Microbial Dynamics in Shrimp Ponds
Understanding the microbial ecological process in ponds and in the shrimp intestinal tract is vital to maintain and optimize productivity without prophylactic use of hazardous substances, write Marcos H. S. Santos, Tadeu de Silva (INVE do Brasil), Jose...
3-D Printed Parts from Some Commercial Devices Toxic to Zebrafish Embryos
The recent boom in 3-D printing has driven innovations in fields as disparate as haute couture and medical implants....
Chemistry of Oxidative Disinfectants
This article will show different behaviours of oxidative disinfectants in corrosivity and efficacy under soiled conditions....
Mariculture Can Adapt to Climate Change and Ocean Acidification
Both climate change and ocean acidification are going to present challenges for the mariculture industry. Even if we were to immediately cease CO2 production, the time lag between alteration of CO2 concentrations and climatic response is not expected...
Pangasius Farming: Water Quality and Biosecurity
This article by Bonnie Waycott for TheFishSite provides an overview of water quality and biosecurity in the farming of pangasius. Pangasius Farming: Water Quality and Biosecurity is part four in a four part series....
Temperature a Big Factor in Vibriosis, Photobacteriosis Outbreaks in Greek Sea Bass
European sea bass, commonly known as 'sea bass' in Mediterranean and European Union countries, is one of the most commercially important seawater fish species. This study, led by Georgios Bellos from the Agricultural University of Athens, looked at some...
Climate Change Vulnerability in Fisheries and Aquaculture
This report from the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) looks at six case studies of fisheries from around the world, and asks, how vulnerable are these regional industries to the effects of climate change?...
How to Maintain Good Water Quality on Your Tilapia Farm
Good water quality on tilapia farms depends on a suitable environment to promote growth. Such an environment can be achieved by maintaining the correct balance between feed input and the assimilative capacity of the water. However, the more fish that...
Water Quality a Priority for Successful Aquaculture
Water quality is very important in fish farming as poor quality water can effect the health and growth of the fish. It is important that farmers pay attention to the water's chemical and physical factors....
Polystyrene Nanoparticles Affect Fish Behaviour and Metabolism
Fish fed polystyrene nanoparticles are less active and show changes to their brains and metabolism, according to a study by Swedish and Danish researchers. The findings suggest that nanoparticles in the environment could have a major impact on fish...
Coastal, Fishing Lights Found to Alter Marine Ecosystems
Marine ecosystem composition can be changed by night-time artificial lighting from coastal communities, shipping and offshore infrastructure, according to new research....
World Governments Must Take Action to Protect Ocean Economy
Governments around the world must take action to safeguard the contributions of the oceans to the global economy, which are valued at $24 trillion, according to this report from the WWF: 'Reviving the Ocean Economy - The Case for Action - 2015'....
PondDtox: Effective, Natural Control of Toxins on Your Fish Farm
Fish Vet Group's PondDtox® contains unique bacteria (Paracoccus pantotrophus), which are highly effective in anaerobic conversion of toxic Hydrogen Sulphide into non-toxic sulfate in benthic environments. ...
 
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