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Aquaponics System - Growing Vegetables and Fish in a Simple Cycle

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Food insecurity a threat to already unstable nations

By Sean McNealy

DES MOINES, Iowa — Two tropical cyclones hit civil war-torn Yemen in a span of 10 days in 2015 and brought a large amount of rain to the arid country. 424 more words

World Food Prize

Shrimp farming & Industrialisation

Extensive shrimp aquaculture is a traditional method of farming shrimp still used in many countries today. The method uses huge pools of water which are typically created in areas around mangrove forests. 416 more words


October issue of Animal Frontiers now online

The October 2016 issue of Animal Frontiers is now available online. The theme of the issue is “The Use of Performance-Enhancing Technologies in Global Livestock Production.” 225 more words

CSAS Matters

Encountering Diversity in Thai Aquaculture

I’ve mentioned this before, but it feels so important that it bears worth mentioning again. The aquaculture industries in Southeast Asia are so incredibly complex and diverse that trying to parse apart all of my understandings feels like trying to separate out each of the individual neurons on our brain. 1,449 more words

Watson Fellowship

Opportunity: Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre

The Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) will be visiting RGU on Wednesday 26th October 2016 from 1pm to 3pm.   SAIC is one of the Innovation Centres which were established by the Scottish Government, in partnership with the Scottish Funding Council, Scottish Enterprise and Highlands and Islands Enterprise. 93 more words


Farmed salmon losing it “omega-3” power

by Dan Zukowski – EcoWatch

We now need to eat two portions of farmed salmon to equal the amount of omega-3intake that we would have gotten just five years ago, says a… 893 more words