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VertiCulture Aquaponics – The Future of Urban Farming
A new aquaponics farming company, VertiCulture Farms, is being developed in Brooklyn, New York. With public help, enough money has now been raised to...
Farm of the Future: Rearing Bluefin the New Way
The Fisheries Laboratory of Kinki University in Japan has found a possible way to address the problem of declining tuna stocks by cultivating completely...
Can Genetically Improved Farmed Fish Increase Global Aquaculture Productivity?
Increased aquaculture production will be needed in future to improve food security, but what role can genetically improved farmed fish species play in...
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,...
Ocean Acidification Spells Trouble for Mariculture
July 2015 saw atmospheric CO2 reach average monthly level of 401.30 parts per million, a huge increase on levels recorded in 1959 – the first year with...
State of the Global Market for Shark Products
Knowledge of the market for shark products is limited, and if regulators are to address the sustainability issues associated with such products, much more...
Abundant, Underutilized and (Often) Data-deficient – A Problematic Trend in Popular Seafood Advice
It’s summer, which means many Americans are thinking seafood, but getting good advice on the right seafood to consume remains a challenge amidst a bevy...
The Potential of Asian Carp as a Raw Material for Fish Meal Production
The native range of Silver Carp Hypophthalmichthys molitrix and Bighead Carp H. nobilis, collectively referred to as bigheaded carp or Asian carp, includes...





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