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Perspectives on Marine Aquaculture in California and the U.S. is a short film produced by the Aquarium of the Pacific and its Seafood for the Future program that features prominent scientists and experts on the topic of marine aquaculture in California and the U.S. In this film the experts discuss marine aquaculture’s role in the global food supply and as a conservation tool, the state of domestic marine aquaculture, and the future of marine aquaculture in the U.S. and California. Experts featured are: Steven D. Gaines, PhD (Bren School of Environmental Science and Management); Peter Kareiva (UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability); Don Kent, PhD (Hubbs SeaWorld Research Institute); Sam King (King’s Seafood Company); Paul Olin, PhD (California Sea Grant, Scripps Institution of Oceanography); Michael B. Rust, PhD (NOAA Fisheries Office of Aquaculture); and Christy Walton (Cuna Del Mar).
Perspectives on Marine Aquaculture in California and the United States from Aquarium of the Pacific on Vimeo.
Hiki no- please email the appropriate contacts to firstname.lastname@example.org. Maika'i kela mana'o, Benny Ron !
Howdy Kaui: May I suggest to invite the offshore aquaculture farmers, the NOAA aquaculture coordinator, and the DOA representatives to discuss permits to more fish farms in the ocean around Hawai'i. Many people wish to know if the new federal administration, who announced now and again, that they will promote "Made In The USA", will be able to cut the bureaucracy and allow to increase local aquaculture production.
Good! Started a new job with a NPO working with DOE and went to Kona last week. Wondered what ever happened with the halymenia, if they were able to grow at scale to feed abalone?? How's TX? Let me know if you have juicy topic for my ThinktechHawaii.com show...
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