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fish farming:

see aquacultureaquaculture,
the raising and harvesting of fresh- and saltwater plants and animals. The most economically important form of aquaculture is fish farming, an industry that accounts for an ever increasing share of world fisheries production.
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Caption: Indigenous communities say fish farms threaten wild fish stocks.
When found out of seen their parents started search and found dead in fish farm.
The fish farms in Sevan should work under tough control, Evelina Ghukasyan, Director of the Ichthyology and Hydroecology
confessed that he caught only one fish by a hook, saying he did not know it was a private fish farm.
Environmental impact was evaluated by diagnosis of the limnological analyses during the fish farm operation stage according to an evaluation matrix proposed by Pillay (1992).
The temperature and the pH of ponds water were similar; however, the dissolved oxygen levels were lower in the fish farm 2 and 3 (Figure 1).
Mahmoud Shokry Asfoor, an aquaculturalist at the Wadi Natroun fish farm, says it may even be the first desert marine fish farm in the world, though there's no hard evidence to support that claim.
Environment Agency Wales said it has made repeated requests for Blue Water Fish Farm, a subsidiary of Greek firm Selonda, to deal with the failures of its waste water treatment system.
The controlled zone was set up on January 2 after the virus was found at an empty fish farm off Burra, in the south west of the Shetlands.
Even an atmospheric depression sitting over fish farm waters will force fish to dive to compress the gases but if the farm is not deep enough, deaths can occur.
But Borg nevertheless warns that the European Fisheries Fund will no longer give priority to the modernisation of existing fish farm enterprises.
The protest armada crewed by crofters and fishermen blocked access to a new fish farm at Little Loch Broom, near Ullapool, where Sir Tim and Lady Jane own the 33,000-acre Dundonnell Estate, which they bought for pounds 2 million five years ago.