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It proposes major improvements in finfish containment policy -- getting aquaculturists to reduce the numbers of fish escaping from pens.
Certainly aquaculture's future will belong to those species and those aquaculturists who succeed in doing with their animals what the broiler industry has done with its animals over the past 20 years.
No human pathogens of Harvest stagnation in wild fisheries and overexploitation of popular marine species, combined with a growing demand for high quality protein encourages aquaculturists to domesticate other marine species [9].
Orff and her team take a cue from Brooklyn's urban farming movement to imagine an expansive system of curving synthetic-rope nets, anchored to piles and locally seeded by enterprising aquaculturists.
In the early 1970s, several shellfish hatcheries in the state began to produce seed, mainly quahogs, for private aquaculturists (Fig.
But the plant-derived feeds that Barrows and aquaculturists worldwide are developing need extra myo-inositol.
The intimate association of bivalve agriculture with publicly owned marine waters presents monumental challenges for aquaculturists, as they have no real control over the pollutants or potential disease-causing organisms to which the animals are exposed--or to the quality of the animals' food in the marine environment.
Aquaculturists there started in the early 1990s with 200 locally caught fish.
xviii) Unfettered by the environmental and labor laws that drive up the cost of US-farmed salmon, Chilean aquaculturists have lately come under fire for killing off predatory sea lions, for failing to deal with food waste and feces, for flooding the waters with antibiotics and for exploitative labor practices.
Economically viable aquaculture would be a big bonus to help offset the costs, while aquaculturists would benefit by having access to a water supply and disposal system via evaporation ponds.