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27 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United Kingdom AquacultureUK2016: Are Salmon Farms Really to Blame for Wild Fish Decline?
UK - For years salmon farming has been the target of environmentalists and angling groups that blame sea lice from the farms as the cause of sea trout population...
26 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Chile A Closer Look at Sea Temperature Increase and Loss of $1Billion in Farmed Salmon and Other Fish
CHILE - The loss of salmon grown in cages in Chile was reported in March to be over $800 million due to a toxic algae bloom created by the current el Niño, where...
Global Fish Farming News from United Kingdom AquacultureUK2016: Delivering a Vision for the Sustainable Growth of Aquaculture to 2030
UK - A new strategy is being put together to help the Scottish aquaculture industry address challenges and plan its growth over the next 15 years. Speaking to TheFishSite...
25 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: Potential HSMI Finding on BC Salmon Farm
ANALYSIS - Research undertaken as part of the Strategic Salmon Health Initiative (SSHI) has diagnosed a potential Heart and Skeletal Muscle Inflammation (HSMI) in...
24 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Solomon Islands The Challenges for Solomon Islands Milkfish Aquaculture
SOLOMON ISLANDS - The human inhabitants of Solomon Islands, like many Pacific islands, are heavily reliant on coastal fisheries for food. With increasing human population,...
23 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Thousands of Salmon as Season gets Underway
US - Alaska’s salmon season officially got underway on May 16 with the arrival of thousands of sockeye and king salmon at the Copper River near Cordova, and high...
20 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global World Fish Migration Day: Protecting the European Eel
This World Fish Migration Day, the importance of maintaining healthy and connected rivers and streams for species that occupy both fresh and marine waters is being...
19 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Report Questions New Zealand Catch Figures
NEW ZEALAND - New Zealand’s marine fishing catch could be much higher than reported....
17 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Port State Measures Treaty to Enter into Force in June
GLOBAL - The Port State Measures Agreement (PSMA), a ground-breaking international treaty, will come into force on 5 June 2016 now that 30 governments have ratified...
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: Vietnam Proposes Plan to Tackle Fish Deaths
ANALYSIS - Five key actions have been recommended to address the mass fish death incidents that were reported in Vietnam over the last month....
16 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Fishermen Optimistic as Salmon Season Starts
US - Alaska’s salmon season has gotten underway with lots of optimism, a far cry from the bleak feelings of a year ago....
13 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Shrinking Groundfish Quotas Shift Flounder Supply Chain
US - Last week's Groundfish Quota announcements are set to shake up the East Coast market in spite of scientific research showing decent biomass estimates, reports...
12 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United Kingdom Aquaculture UK Offers £500 Bursary Towards Sustainable Aquaculture Course
UK - Aquaculture UK has agreed to offer all students a bursary for the May intake of the University of St Andrews Undergraduate Certificate in Sustainable Aquaculture....
10 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: New Toolbox to Help Start-Up Aquaculture Businesses
ANALYSIS - The Centre for Fisheries, Environment and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) has developed a new on-line regulatory toolbox to support new start-up aquaculture...
Global Fish Farming News from Brazil Future Growth of Brazil's Aquaculture Sector Should Include IMTA
BRAZIL - Despite an economic crisis, Brazil's aquaculture sector has contined to grow at a fast rate of 8-10 per cent each year and with more than 8 million km of...
09 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Salmon Fishermen Offered Rebates on Pingers for Whale Protection
US - Alaska salmon fishermen can get rebates on pingers aimed at keeping baleen whales away from their gear. The six inch, battery operated tubes are tied into fishing...
06 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Why Are Whitefish Buyers Not Choosing Haddock?
US - North American Haddock buyers continue to search for market demand during a puzzling price floor that has lasted nearly 6 months now, writes Rob Reierson in...
05 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United Kingdom New Advances in Zebrafish Made at The University of Sheffield
UK - Zebrafish (Danio rerio) have been maintained at the University of Sheffield since 1997. Today, the Bateson Centre Zebrafish Facility (BCZF) has the capacity...
03 May 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Fishermen to Cover Costs of Going Fishing
US - In the face of Alaska’s multi-billion dollar budget shortfalls, state policy makers are putting the onus on fishermen to cover the costs of going fishing....
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: GLOBALG.A.P. Introduces Label for Certified Aquaculture
ANALYSIS - Fish and seafood certified to the GLOBALG.A.P standard will now feature a GLOBALG.A.P. consumer label (GGN)....
29 April 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United Kingdom Can Aquaculture be Intensive and Sustainable? A Look at the Scottish Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture Industry
UK - Scotland is the largest producer of Atlantic salmon in the EU, and the third largest in the world. The importance of salmon aquaculture to Scotland’s economy,...
28 April 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Drones: Keeping a Watchful Eye on Illegal Fishing
GLOBAL - With global economic losses resulting from illegal and unreported fishing estimated to lie between U$10 billion and U$23.5 billion each year, illegal fishing...
26 April 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Japan An In-Depth Look at Yamato's Fish Quality Analyzer™
JAPAN - At this year's Seafood Expo North America, Yamato Scale Co., Ltd announced the release of its DFA100 Fish Analyzer™. Currently only available in Japan,...
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: New Research Examines Salmons' Susceptibility to Sea Lice
ANALYSIS - A new two-year project by the UK's Plymouth University and the Chilean Universidad de Chile is investigating the problem of sea lice in the Atlantic salmon...
25 April 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Alaska's Fisheries Facing Finacial Cuts
US - Cuts affecting Alaska’s fisheries will be spread across all regions and species, depending on the final budget that is approved by state legislators....
22 April 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Putting the Organic into Aquaculture
GLOBAL - With an estimated global value of just over U$84 billion in 2014, the organic industry is projected to grow to an estimated U$131 billion by the end of...
21 April 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Russian Federation Reorganisation of Russian Aquaculture to Attract New Money
RUSSIA - The Russian aquaculture sector is to receive a cash injection of 260 million roubles up to 2017 to support scientific development....
19 April 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global The Added Benefit of Seaweed Farms: Could They be Bolstering Fish Catches?
GLOBAL - Many coral reef fisheries have seen a decline in catches as reefs become increasingly more degraded. Concerns surrounding the negative impacts of growing...
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: New Report Highlights Sustainability Challenges on Shrimp Farms
ANALYSIS - A new report from the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) has identified geographical areas in Southeast Asia which require environmental improvements...
18 April 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Increasing Acidity Raising Red Flags for Bering Sea Crab Stocks
US - Increasingly corrosive oceans are raising more red flags for Bering Sea crab stocks. Results from a first ever, two year project on baby Tanner crabs show that...
 
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