mariculture


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mariculture

[′mar·ə‚kəl·chər]
(agriculture)
The cultivation of marine organisms, plant and animal, for purposes of human consumption.
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'We are today handing over the site to the contractor to begin construction of the Mariculture centre in Shimoni.
He said that the four-month theoretical and practical training will be carried out at the National Mariculture Centre at Ras Hayyan, which is run by the Agriculture and Marine Resources Directorate.
Muli, who is also a mariculture and mangrove conservation specialist, says it is difficult to get enough juveniles to fill the pond since the prawns breed seasonal."Prawns are too sensitive to keep and most cases community are discouraged as they are associated with high mortality.
* HB76--Expands the Mariculture Revolving Loan Fund to create new financing options for mariculture businesses.
This program, according to him, involves re-shaping what would comprise the country's fish supply -- which should only be 40 percent captured fish and 60 percent aquaculture and mariculture.
Until now, only a few published studies have focused on CWs for treatment of saline wastewater from offshore and coastal marine aquaculture [16], while the characteristics of microbial communities in CWs for mariculture wastewater treatment have not yet been dealt with in depth.
Keywords: Decision support system; integrated coastal zone management; sustainable mariculture.
noae could be extrapolated to elucidate preferential culture conditions for mariculture efforts with T.
"Mariculture development is in line with the vision and mission of the Working Cabinet (of the Joko Widodo administration), which is to develop the economic potential of the maritime sector of the nation," the director general noted.
Furthermore, a method for the economic analysis of mariculture investment is proposed.
Mariculture is defined as the farming of aquatic plants and animals in salt water.
Aquaculture and mariculture, aquaria parks for local and overseas tourism, fish leather industry, development of fish port, auction centre and marketing and cooling storage facilities are other potential areas for cooperation, she noted.