TIME magazine announced their 20 top inventions of 2017 and an aquaculture enterprise made the list. Woohoo! This is great news and positive publicity.
GreenWave is an ocean farmer and fisherman-run organization dedicated to building a new blue-green economy that…
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"We must plant the sea and herd its animals … using the sea as farmers instead of hunters. That is what civilization is all about — farming replacing hunting." ~ Jacques-Yves Cousteau.
Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s vision is indisputable, but it is now 46 years since he…
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Indian Ocean/Indo Pacific
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Assistant General Manager, Research and Development, Quality Control, New Drug Discovery, Marine Invertebrate Division, Cancer Drugs;
Rarbio Energies Private Limited, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Received: August 10, 2017; Published: August 31, 2017
*Corresponding Author: T. Vaitheeswaran, Assistant General Manager, Research and Development, Quality Control, New Drug Discovery,
Marine Invertebrate Division, Cancer Drugs; Rarbio Energies Private Limited,…
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Request for Papers
Offshore Aquaculture Session Presentation Abstracts
Aquaculture America Conference 2018…Continue
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We recently received news that Mike Clark, who was the hatchery manager at Keo Fish Farm (Keo, AR) for 25 years before opening Central Arkansas Fisheries in 2012, died in a farm accident Thursday, September 21, 2017.…Continue
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About 50,000 pelicans against a helpless country
Decades of drying up water reservoirs in Israel and neighboring countries have caused food shortages for the pelicans passing here in the fall on their way to Africa.
The journey of wandering,…Continue
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Food poisoning is in the news again and again.
In the United State of America: Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that each year roughly 48 million people get sick from a foodborne illness, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die. The 2011 estimates provide the…Continue
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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: …Continue
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The Fisheries Economics of the United States, 2015 report has been released yesterday, May 9, 2017.
One of NOAA Fisheries’ core missions is promoting sustainable fisheries, including the economic vitality of the communities that depend on this resource. Every year, NOAA publish a report that highlights the economic benefits of U.S. fisheries to our national economy: Fisheries Economics of the United States (FEUS). FEUS tracks economic trends of the commercial fishing and seafood…Continue
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2017 President Trump proposed budget includes some major cuts to some of the most sustainable programs that Obama administration has offered during and before 2016. Here are those that most affect us, aquaculturists, researchers, students, and consumers:
Department of Agriculture
Proposed budget: $17.9 billion
Total cuts: $4.7 billion
Ag ain’t just cows and corn. The agency also manages the nation’s…Continue
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First the person would need to live next to the farm. I can provide a room to stay in until settled. Just looking to see if there is any interest here first off . The project is located in Indiana United States. The operation includes indoor and out door yellow perch grow out from egg to harvest I'm looking for a biologist who could develop all female brood from the egg ribbons it can be done. Next is crossing blue male catfish with female channel cats to produce a fast growing hybrid for…Continue
I am an inventor interested in developing electronic devices to help with aquaculture, especially aquaponics. I plan to develop a lot of inexpensive devices to monitor and automate aquaponics and/or aquaculture and then write a book telling people how to build them. Does anyone have an interest in this? I would especially love to find someone in the Volusia County area of Florida who is actively working in aquaponics and would like to collaborate with me on this.
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Following the recent successful presentations at the 5th Annual World Congress of Aquaculture and Fisheries in China, the Aquaculture Summit in Malaysia and the aquaSmart training workshop in Dublin, the aquaSmart consortium is pleased to hold a second data analytics training workshop in Olhão, Portugal…Continue
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Being interested in food security I've found two interesting papers on aquatic food security. The first, by Michael Fabinyi, Wolfram H. Dressler and Michael D. Pido deals with fish and trade. The authors talk about that fact that food security increasingly serves as an objective and justification for marine conservation in the global south. In the marine conservation literature this potential link is seldom based upon detailed analysis of the socioeconomic pathways between fish and food…Continue
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