aquiculture


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aquiculture

[′ak·wə‚kəl·chər]
(biology)
Cultivation of natural faunal resources of water. Also spelled aquaculture.
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It also sought investment in agriculture, aquiculture and forestry.
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We express our deepest gratitude to Cristina Borges, who responsible for the aquiculture division of the Direcao Geral de Recursos Naturais, Seguranca e Servicos Maritimos (DGRM); and to Isabel Teixeira, Superior Technician, Direcao Geral de Recursos Naturais, Seguranga e Servigos Maritimos (DGRM), for providing access to statistical data, without which it would have been difficult to prepare this manuscript.
EAD is developing a policy, standards and regulatory framework to promote aquiculture as a way to alleviate pressure on wild fish stocks and provide alternative employment and investment opportunities for fishermen, but in a way that protects the environment.
The sea-food industry, both from fishing and aquiculture activity, produces a huge amount of refuses, normally regarded as waste, which are rich in chitin, a non toxic polysaccharide of high molecular weight structurally similar to cellulose.
Using wastewater from freshwater aquiculture or fish ponds to irrigate and fertilize fruit and vegetables in a green house and returning the cleaner water to the pond keeps the excess nutrients out of the groundwater, cleans the pond and provides plants nutrients.
An aquiculture project, depending on size, can require millions in investment.
Fish were transported to the Laboratory of Aquiculture Science and Technology [Laboratorio de Ciencia e Tecnologia Aquicola - LCTA] of the Department of Fishing Engineering, Center for Agrarian Sciences of the Universidade Federal do Ceara, Fortaleza, Ceara State, Brazil.
24) Agricultural activities that have major impacts on water quality include tillage, fertilizing, manure spreading, pesticides, feedlots, irrigation, clear cutting, silviculture, and aquiculture.
Recently the company performed a series of tests with Aquiculture Institute of Norway, substituting their product with conventional fish feed.