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Global area estimate for marine aquaculture development

Muhammed A. Oyinlola, Ph.D. Gabriel Reygondeau, Ph.D. Colette C.C. Wabnitz, Ph.D. Max Troell, Ph.D. William W.L. Cheung, Ph.D.
acuacultura marina

72 million square kilometers of ocean are environmentally suitable to farm one or more species Results of this study indicate that with about 66 million square kilometers of global marine habitat are suitable for farming finfish, such as these sea bream farmed in floating cages in the Mediterranean Sea in southern Spain. Photo by Darryl…

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  • Muhammed A. Oyinlola, Ph.D.

    Muhammed A. Oyinlola, Ph.D.

    Nippon Foundation-Nereus Program and Changing Ocean Research Unit
    Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries
    The University of British Columbia
    Vancouver, Canada

    [97,99,46,99,98,117,46,115,110,97,101,99,111,64,97,108,111,108,110,105,121,111,46,109]

  • Gabriel Reygondeau, Ph.D.

    Gabriel Reygondeau, Ph.D.

    Nippon Foundation-Nereus Program and Changing Ocean Research Unit
    Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries
    The University of British Columbia
    Vancouver, Canada

  • Colette C.C. Wabnitz, Ph.D.

    Colette C.C. Wabnitz, Ph.D.

    Nippon Foundation-Nereus Program and Changing Ocean Research Unit
    Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries
    The University of British Columbia
    Vancouver, Canada

  • Max Troell, Ph.D.

    Max Troell, Ph.D.

    Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, and
    The Beijer Institute, The Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences
    Stockholm, Sweden

  • William W.L. Cheung, Ph.D.

    William W.L. Cheung, Ph.D.

    Nippon Foundation-Nereus Program and Changing Ocean Research Unit
    Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries
    The University of British Columbia
    Vancouver, Canada