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Living in a totalitarian militaristic State?

Gotta wonder.

Of course many think it’s just fine to have their fellow citizens armed to the teeth to provide security against other citizens determined to be in violation of the law. 46 more words

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Aquaculture in the EU

In Europe, aquaculture accounts for about 20% of fish production and directly employs some 70 000 people. EU overall output has been more or less constant in volume since 2000 whereas global production has been growing at nearly 7% per year. 1,456 more words


World Aquaculture 2014 Conference Photo Competition

The World Aquaculture Conference 2014 is fast approaching and photographers of all levels are welcome to enter a photo competition of all things aquaculture.

Aquaculture is now being considered one of the fastest growing sectors in the world and the South Australian Seafood industry contributed $758 million revenue to the State’s Economy in 2010-2011. 262 more words


Nations Have Carved Up the Ocean. Now What?

The U.S. has laid claim to 2.5 billion acres of coastal seas, but that vast area produces very little seafood for Americans. Therein lies a dilemma: should the U.S. 3,713 more words


EC-Funded Project Develops Alternative Fish Feeds

Advanced Research Initiatives for Nutrition & Aquaculture (ARRAINA) project, funded by European Union, develops alternative fish feeds that maintain the nutritional properties of fish. The project also investigates the long-term effects of alternative feeds on fish metabolism, performance,… 8 more words


An Introduction to Aquaponic System Cycling

Alright, so you have your system built, filled to the brim with water, stocked with dozens of fish and hundreds of seedlings… so it should work right? 611 more words


UAPB researchers working to prevent unusual fish losses during winter

Bobbie Handcock | UAPB School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences

LONOKE, Ark. – It’s not unusual for producers to experience some fish losses during cold months due to extreme water temperatures. 468 more words