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Tag: aquaculture

The Digital Salmon

The Digital Salmon

Salmon farming in Norway generates billions of euros annually, and has grown into one of Norway’s biggest export industries. The value of a single salmon has on occasion surpassed that of a barrel of oil. But salmon are carnivores by nature, and fish oil and fish meal have become scarce resources in producing fish feed. […]

Dr. Paul WILLS IMTA

Dr. Paul WILLS IMTA

[music] Paul Wills: This is actually five separate projects that I’ll be talking about, so this is going to be somewhat of a manic presentation. I’m going to be putting slides up there, and not talking about stuff on them but you guys can all read. I assume you can all read, right? So, we’ll […]

Aaron Adams 5/10/17 Conservation of a Prehistoric Fish Through Field Research and Aquaculture

Aaron Adams 5/10/17 Conservation of a Prehistoric Fish Through Field Research and Aquaculture

Thank you everyone for showing on a beautiful day. The weather’s been so terrible on the water; it’s actually kinda frustrating to be here tonight. A neighbor of mine just told me that the bait are jumping on the beach in front of the house and here we are, you know? Thanks for coming. [Laughs] […]

ParaFishControl: Fighting fish parasites for a sustainable aquaculture industry

ParaFishControl: Fighting fish parasites for a sustainable aquaculture industry

Fish is one of the world’s most important foods. Not only is it delicious, but it is also incredibly healthy and nutritious acting as an important source of protein, vitamins, and fatty acids for the global population. These nutrients are associated with numerous health benefits. Farming of aquatic life, or aquaculture, is the fastest growing […]

Community-Based Ecological Mangrove Restoration

Community-Based Ecological Mangrove Restoration

More than 50% of global mangrove forests have been destroyed over the last 100 years, mainly through lack of understanding and unsustainable human development. Massive efforts are now being made around tropical coasts to repair the damage. But mangrove restoration strategies need urgent rethinking as many programs end in failure. It’s not about planting a […]

Supporting the UK salmon industry

Supporting the UK salmon industry

Did you know that farmed salmon is the UK’s largest food export? It’s worth £600M to UK industry and supports 2,200 Scottish jobs. Worryingly, farmed salmon can become infected with a disease called Infectious Pancreatic Necrosis – which costs the UK salmon industry £10M every year. BBSRC-funded researchers have identified the genes that make salmon […]

Aquaculture Research: Tracking released farmed salmon

Aquaculture Research: Tracking released farmed salmon

[♪♪♪] Fisheries and Oceans Canada is working with the aquaculture Industry with the goal of helping it operate in a sustainable and responsible way. This team of research technicians is heading to an area where salmon are raised in fish pens that are suspended in the open water. They’re going to retrieve data from an […]

Farming Fish in Open Ponds

Farming Fish in Open Ponds

(lively music) – [Voiceover] Increasingly, the fish that consumers buy begin life in hatcheries, and are reared in ponds such as this one. Throughout the Eastern seaboard, a new industry has been developing, aquaculture, the raising of fish under managed conditions whether in net pens, cages, tanks, or open ponds. Private growers and government agencies […]