Increasing integration of various disruptive technologies into aquaculture practices will improve productivity and sustainability.
Part 2 of this article reviews proper waste production from feed, chemicals and pathogens in an effort support improved and sustainable aquaculture production.
A review of various aspects of waste production from aquaculture, their sources and components, and methods of management for different culture systems.
Prof. Boyd discusses toxicity of chemical substances in aquaculture systems and the difficulties in establishing safe concentration limits for toxic metabolites.
Authors review global aquaculture production, including development, farming systems, environmental concerns and further growth potential.
The most recent biennial report from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations stresses the growing importance that aquaculture has as new records for global seafood production and consumption were reached in 2016.
Authors analyzed the role played by fish and fishery products – from aquaculture or from wild capture fisheries – in the diets of the richest and poorest countries. Fish and fishery products have an essential function in human nutrition.
Science tells us that domesticated livestock and fowl cannot begin to address our world’s near-term protein needs, and that farming fish is our best option. Getting more public support is critical to the success of aquaculture and our planet.
Los últimos premios Champions of Change (Campeones de Cambio) celebraron el trabajo de los responsables del cambio en los productos de mar sostenibles, desde los chefs hasta los pescadores y los defensores de la acuacultura. Con la innovación y la