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The rapid expansion and globalization of the seaweed production industry, combined with rising seawater temperatures and coastal eutrophication, has led to an increase in infectious diseases and pest outbreaks. Here, we propose a novel Progressive Management Pathway for improving Seaweed Biosecurity.
Oysterman Tom Haward is taking ministers to court for failing to tackle water firms' sewage dumping
Around 49% of the world's supply of fish, crustaceans and molluscs was farmed rather than caught in 2020, up from 13% in 1990.
SEATTLE (AP) — Washington banned fish-farming with net pens in state waters on Friday, citing danger to struggling native salmon.
Aquaculture’s growth rate peaked in 1996, and now it’s in decline, according to a newly published paper by researchers from the University of British Columbia (UBC).
Global fish consumption has been growing at 3.1% annually for decades, far outpacing both the rise in the world's population (1.6%) and its meat consumption (1.1%).
Inside a humid warehouse in suburban Indianapolis, a company called Atarraya is using large metal containers and the latest technology to grow shrimp hundreds of miles from the ocean.
Researchers see big differences in the regulation of fish farming industries in countries that have wild salmon.
A new analysis finds that the industry still needs to lay critical groundwork before offshore salmon aquaculture is seaworthy.
By mid-century, society will need to significantly intensify its food production system’s output while simultaneously reducing its detrimental impacts on climate, land use, freshwater resources, and biodiversity.
The Maine Aquaculture Association (MAA) today announced plans to observe National Seafood Month by celebrating the diversity in Maine seafood and honoring generations of sea farming families who produce it.
ORONO — NOAA Sea Grant has announced $2.1 million to fund four projects that advance aquaculture research and extension to support sustainable aquaculture in Maine. The projects are part of a larger $14 million NOAA Sea Grant investment to strengthen aquaculture across the United States.
The North Carolina Aquariums will receive funding over the next three years to build capacity to sustainably breed saltwater fish species and to raise awareness of aquaculture through public engagement.
How do we increase food production by more than 50%, on a limited amount of arable land, to feed a projected 10 billion people by 2050? The solution could come in the form of nutritious and protein-dense microalgae (single-celled), grown in onshore, seawater-fed aquaculture systems.
Sorrento voters have rejected a proposal from a not-for-profit group to enact a temporary ban on new aquaculture projects, according to a report in the Ellsworth American
Norway-based Nordic Aquafarms just cleared a major hurdle in its efforts to demolish a dilapidated pulp mill site and build a $650 million land-based fish farm on the Samoa Peninsula.
NOAA Sea Grant today announced approximately $14 million in federal funding across four strategic areas for improving U.S. aquaculture. The competitively selected projects will advance early stage propagation strategies for various aquaculture species, marine finfish juvenile production technologies, aquaculture collaboratives and establishment of an aquaculture information exchange.
Vertical Oceans says its adaptive algorithms and autonomous tanks offer a more sustainable way to raise prawns.