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By the way, how much is the fish?*

By Cornelia Kreiss:

To produce a good seafood product according to ecological, welfare and human health aspects we also have to consider the economic side of the coin. 351 more words


Mobile Aeration Solution for Transporting Live Seafood and Seeds

If you deal in the transportation of live seafood and seeds then the importance of maintaining the DO levels at all times is paramount. Our mobile aeration system is a complete system that consists of one DC blower, eight nos. 13 more words

Aeration Solution

Long-term temporal and spatial patterns of Ostreid herpesvirus 1 (OsHV-1) infection and mortality in sentinel Pacific oyster spat (Crassostrea gigas) inform farm management


• There is a consistent seasonal pattern of transmission and mortality with Ostreid herpesvirus-1 in Australia.

• Non-progressive sub-clinical OsHV-1 infections also occur throughout the seasonal window. 54 more words


Publicationof the National Aquaculture Development Plan

National Aquaculture Development Plan

Today CESD announces the publication of the draft of the Nation Aquaculture Development Plan (NADP), which was developed with the assistance and technical support from MYSAP, a programme funded by the European Union (EU) and Germany and jointly implemented by GIZ and the DoF. 132 more words


Carp aquaculture in Neolithic China dating back 8,000 years


Despite the growing importance of farmed fish for economies and diets around the world, the origins of aquaculture remain unknown. The Shijing, the oldest surviving collection of ancient Chinese poetry, mentions carp being reared in a pond circa 1140 BC, and historical records describe carp being raised in artificial ponds and paddy fields in East Asia by the first millennium BC. 570 more words

Women in Aquaculture Science

By Jessica Petereit

Hi, my name is Jessica and I’m currently working as a PhD student in Aquaculture at the Alfred-Wegener Institute (AWI) in Bremerhaven. 254 more words


Insights from historical human-clam coexistence


Research points to traditional custodians for clues to sustainable practices. Natalie Parletta reports.

Researchers in British Columbia, Canada excavate ancient shells from the beach of a “clam garden” — a constructed rock-face terrace where Indigenous People cultivated clams. 737 more words