‘Spatiotemporal patterns’ indicate improving perceptions of aquaculture

James Wright

UCSB-led ‘sentiment analysis’ examines roots of public misunderstandings, suggests greater clarity in communication An offshore fish farm off the coast of Hawaii. Public sentiment toward aquaculture typically begins with negative overtones, but patterns in collected data indicate improvements over time, according to a study led by researchers at the University of California Santa Barbara. Photo…

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  • James Wright

    James Wright

    Editorial Manager
    Global Aquaculture Alliance
    Portsmouth, NH, USA

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