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UH's Commitment to Hiring Veterans

Happy Veterans Day! As we celebrate Veterans Day, we want to sharehow much we appreciate the commitment and sacrifices made by ouremployees who have either served our country or are currentlyserving…Continue

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ORE SEMINAR: Dr. Scott James; Monday 10/23/17; 11:00 am Kuykendall 209

ORE SEMINAR: Dr. Scott James; Monday 10/23/17; 11:00 am Kuykendall 209Recent Advances in Ocean Renewable Energy Modeling:  Currents and WavesSee attachment for abstract and more detailCoffee hour…Continue

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Second Seriola Workshop

AnnouncementSecond Seriola WorkshopSouthwest Fisheries Science CenterLa Jolla, CaliforniaJanuary 11 and 12th, 2018 This is an announcement for the second Seriola Workshop that will take place…Continue

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Started Oct 6

Help Prepare the State of the World's Aquatic Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture Report

The conservation and sustainable use of aquatic genetic resources have crucial roles to play in order for aquaculture to grow sustainably and meet the world’s increased food demands. To facilitate…Continue

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THE LATEST PROGRESS ON THE BLUE REVOLUTIO

by Pat Takahashi - November 14, 2017:Half of you reading this blog could well be first-time viewers, so let me begin with a short tutorial on what exactly is the Blue Revolution.  I can send you to SIMPLE SOLUTIONS for Planet Earth, which has a full chapter on this subject, but let me begin with several articles published in The Huffington Post:…See More
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Wisconsin's rolling hills are often a place for crops and cows. Now, it's also where Atlantic salmon and baby spring mix are raised in a $20 million aquaponics facilityhttp://ow.ly/TCTo30gtZon
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UH's Commitment to Hiring Veterans

Happy Veterans Day! As we celebrate Veterans Day, we want to sharehow much we appreciate the commitment and sacrifices made by ouremployees who have either served our country or are currentlyserving in the Reserves or National Guard. The University ofHawai'i is committed to employing and advancing in employmentprotected veterans.Please assist us in these efforts by taking this opportunity toupdate your veteran status:…See More
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Is Aquaculture Sustainable? Myth-busting Feed, Food, and the Future

In this video, Jesse Trushenski tackles some of the major issues related to sustainability in aquaculture, separating fact from fiction. Is aquaculture sustainable? Spoiler alert--it is! Dr. Trushenski is an Associate Professor with the Center for…
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Seriola Workshop at Southwest Fisheries Science Center La Jolla, California

January 11, 2018 to January 12, 2018
Registration Now OpenSeriola WorkshopJanuary 11 and 12, 2018Southwest Fisheries Science CenterLa Jolla, CaliforniaRegistration is now open for the Seriola Workshop on January 11 and 12, 2018 at the NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center in La Jolla, California. The workshop is tentatively scheduled to run two full days (9am – 5pm), with a social on Thursdayevening (January 11).  Additional logistical and scheduling details will be sent to the workshop participants as the date approaches.This…See More
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Aquaculture Magazine Contents 48 No. 3 2017

An important benefit of WAS membership is electronic access to publications. The most recent World Aquaculture Magazine, volume 48/3, is now available for members to view online. You can check it out at www.was.org  - login with your member credentials - and then scroll down and click on the picture of the magazine in the right margin. If you are not able to login, please contact me for your credentials by replying to this email. Contents 48 No.…See More
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NATIONAL AQUACULTURE EXTENSION CONFERENCE 2017 PRESENTATIONS AND VIDEOS

Posted on August 13, 2017 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

Please find links below to information highlighted from the National Aquaculture Extension Conference (NAEC) held in Boise, Idaho on June 6-8 of this year. These include the panel discussion and recordings of the various talks given at the conference.

Video presentations can be found on the "Western Regional Aquaculture Center" channel on YouTube: …

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AQUACULTURE PRACTICES AND COMMUNITY-BASED MANGROVE REHABILITATION IN INDONESIA

Posted on March 9, 2015 at 1:30am 0 Comments

AQUACULTURE PRACTICES AND COMMUNITY-BASED MANGROVE

REHABILITATION IN INDONESIA

by Dale Yi, Thomas Reardon, and Randy Stringer

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This study focuses on mangrove rehabilitation by export-oriented aquaculture producers in Indonesia. Initially, shrimp producers cleared mangrove forests to expand production. Adoption of a higher-yielding shrimp variety increased demand for the previously abundant mangrove…

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UHM HAWAIIAN STUDIES MOUNTS A WEB SITE TO SERVE THE HAWAIIAN NATION IN LAND RESEARCH!

Posted on August 19, 2012 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

We are proud to announce that the AVAKONOHIKI.ORG website is being published today in order to serve as a Hoʻokupu no Ka Lāhui, or gift to the Hawaiian Nation, from the students of the UHM Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies [KCHS].

 

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Developing a Commercial Bivalve Industry for Hawaii

Posted on November 23, 2010 at 1:30pm 5 Comments

by Robert Howerton and Maria Haws


Hawaii is a natural locale for a vigorous bivalve culture industry, but the grow-out of edible bivalves is absent from the aquaculture landscape. Ironically, Hawaii is a major supplier of bivalve seed for export even though none of this seed is used for the production of edible product within Hawaii. The absence of bivalve culture for food products represents a substantial lost opportunity for the State. Hawai`i has…
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At 3:14pm on August 8, 2013, Lynn King said…

Ni Hao! (Aloha in Chinese!) Glad to be part of this community! Thanks for this great website!

At 9:08am on February 13, 2013, Liz Xu said…

Thank you AquacultureHub Team!

At 10:39am on July 15, 2012, Flora Olaifa said…
Thanks for the birthday wish. Sorry for the late reply . I am currently out of station and don't get access to the internet as I would love to .Thanks all the same
At 7:29am on June 25, 2012, Todd Sowell said…

Thanks!

At 11:16pm on March 29, 2011, Gida Snyder said…
Mahalo for the birthday wishes! Glad to be a part of this movement :)
At 1:07am on November 14, 2010, Jeff Dunsavage said…
Thanks for joining Aquaculture Means Business - hoping we can get a productive conversation going around the business end of the business.
At 3:21am on August 3, 2010, simon elly m said…
Thanks for the comment, All those fish are from a lake called Lake Nabugabo in Uganda East Africa,among the fish species are, Haplochromines,Tilapia spp and cichlides...(Rastrineobola Argentia,Lates niloticus,tilapia zilli,ptenepoma spp,) am working on naming the photos on my website.
Am glad to share information with you.
For any information about Uganda please donot hesitate to ask, am more than willing to help..
At 11:16pm on July 9, 2010, M V Bhaskar said…
Nualgi is a nano silica based micro nutrient powder that causes a diatom bloom.

Diatom Algae require silica and Iron and other micronutrients, Nualgi provides all these in nano size particles, that are easily available to diatoms.

Diatoms are at the bottom of the food chain and they are food for zooplankton and these for fish and shrimp.

Diatoms out compete othe algae and prevent blue green algae and dinoflagellates from blooming.

The oxygen from Diatoms keeps the water clean.

Nualgi normal / average dosage is 1 kg in 1 acre pond once a week.
 
 
 

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