Recirculating aquaculture systems in theory solve many environmental impact issues, yet they're not immune to NIMBY (not in my backyard).
Research finds that nutrition-sensitive aquaculture can benefit public health through diverse, nutrient-rich seafood, and enabling equitable access to it.
When Seafood Watch awarded Thai shrimp a yellow or “good alternative” rating, it recognized a decade of improvements. Some feel it didn’t go far enough.
Fish farms, especially offshore operations, could certainly benefit – and intensify production – with renewable energy, but there are hurdles to surmount.
For many Zanzibari women, seaweed farming provides opportunity, but hardships are common. A project from The Nature Conservancy lends hope.
Krill has been shown to augment aquafeeds but utilizing and protecting the resource demands specialized equipment and a patient, collaborative approach.
There is urgency to conversations about the role of blue food in mitigating climate change, increasing momentum toward some specific goals.
En su más reciente artículo, el profesor Boyd analiza varios aspectos del origen y la descomposición de la materia orgánica en varios sistemas acuícolas.
In his latest article, Professor Boyd discusses various aspects of the origin and decomposition of organic matter in various aquaculture systems.