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TheFishsite Newsletter - 17th February 2009

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Tuesday 17th February 2009
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Welcome to this week's newsletter

* This Week's Feature Articles

We have 5 new features this week:

Scottish Aquaculture - A Sustainable Future
Carrying and assimilative capacity of the environment is fundamental to the extent to which aquaculture can develop sustainably, writes Mark James, FRM Ltd, in a CEFAS Shellfish News publication.
Use of Hydrogen Peroxide in Finfish Aquaculture
Hydrogen peroxide is commonly used as a disinfectant for cleaning wounds in people, writes Roy P.E. Yanong, associate professor and extension veterinarian, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida.
Resuscitating the Baltic Sea Out of Anoxia
Anoxic or "dead" zones have become markedly distinct in the Baltic Sea over the years. The continuous formation of these oxygen-deprived areas is proving to be more and more detrimental to aquatic organisms, writes Rachel Ralte, reporting for TheFishSite.
US Feed Outlook
Meat production prospects are being reduced due to harsh economic conditions in several countries, thereby leading to lower forecast corn imports, according to the USDA's Economic Research Service (ERS) Feed Outlook report for February 2009.
Crab Market Report - February 2009
The weak dollar helped to boost crab imports in European markets during 2007, says a Food and Agriculture Organisation Globefish report, prepared by Gerry O'Sullivan.
A clear vision from Intervet Aquatic Animal Health.
* Company News

JEFO Nutrition Optimise Fish Feed Formulas
BANGKOK, THAILAND - JEFO Nutrition Inc. AG 175™, a new feed additive with a strong and stable proteolytic activity, will be introduced during VIV Asia in Bangkok, March 11-13, 2009.
DuPont Sets Priorities for 2009
US - The chief financial officer of DuPont has said that the company's priorities for 2009 are maximising earnings and cash, and driving out costs.
* Global Aquaculture Industry News


 » Cermaq Brought Down by Fish Disease
 » Rural Fishing Communities Shackled by Global Rules
 » Where Does Fish Waste End Up?
 » FAO: Shrimp Fisheries Under Scrutiny


 » Marine Parks to Hamper Aquaculture Growth
 » Alternative Fish Oils Break Vicious Cycle
 » Exposure to Chemicals Linked to Fish Deformity
 » Action Taken to Protect Native Fish

   United States

 » Hillsborough Fish Farms in Deep Freeze Disaster
 » Fast Growing GM Salmon Swims Close to US Markets
 » WWF Push On With Salmon Sustainability Standards
 » Labelling Brings Hope to US Crawfish Farmers
 » Aquacultural Production Awaits its Heyday
 » Predators Zoom in on Lice-Infested Salmon

   Viet Nam

 » Catfish Prices Buoyed By Sinking Vietnamese Supply
 » Tet Brings Slippery Fish Prices
 » Polluted Vedan: 6,000 Farmers Call for Compensation
 » Experts Reveal the Potential of Catfish Exports
 » Antidumping Taxes on Vietnamese Catfish Retained
 » Tra Catfish Farmers Target 1.5M Tonnes in 2009

 » Poverty in Viet Nam as 4,000 Tonnes of Mussels Die


 » Vancouver's Sustainable Path of Oyster Shells


 » Marine Harvest MD Fishes for Shares

   New Zealand

 » NZ Set Own Records for Aquaculture Exports
 » NZ Shellfish Strive with New Green Image


 » Feeding the Stem Cells to Influence Fish Growth
 » New Disease Identified in Cod
 » EU Makes Inquiries into Origin of Fish

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 » Brazil's Hard Work Pays Off in Dubai
 » Brazil to Become Fish Exporter

   Russian Federation

 » Nofima Look at Food Habits in Economic Change


 » Sabah Cracks Down on Fish Bombs to Increase Production

   European Union

 » EU Fishing Policy Falls Under Scrutiny


 » Model Markets Help India Squeeze Fish Profits


 » Panel for Joint Agro-fisheries Projects Created
 » Resource Development Bill Gets Green Light

VIROCID - The Global Disinfectant

 » Fish Ponds Help Farmers Net More Cash

   United Kingdom

 » Harvesting Chinese Crab from London's Thames
 » Oban Hosts UK's First Aquaculture Safety Event
 » Home of New Marine Management Organisation


 » Protein Prices in Yemen Rising Fast


 » Workshop Looks at Threats to Fisheries


 » Nigeria's Dependence on Fish Imports


 » Local Sea Fish Species to be Cultivated

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That's all for this week!


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