Bill Mook’s oyster farm is adapting to more frequent and intense rains, more acidic and warming seawater and other challenges that climate change brings.
A five-year study in Canada aims to provide more answers about warmer waters with lower oxygen levels and a way for farmed fish producers to adapt to climate change.
Combining geophysical fluid dynamics and marine biology, Brian Von Herzen’s visionary technology will soon be tested off the coast of Massachusetts before export to the Indian Ocean.
Artemia, microscopic brine shrimp used as feed in hatcheries, are the unsung heroes of aquaculture. Experts say artemia is still inspiring innovation more than 50 years after initial commercialization. These creatures are much more than Sea-Monkeys.
Shrimp culture in coastal Bangladesh is threatened by climate change variables that include flooding, cyclones, drought, salinity changes and rising sea levels. Holistic planning can help reduce the impacts.
The inadequate supply of postlarvae is a bottleneck for prawn production in Bangladesh. A shortage of wild broodstock to supply the hatcheries is an ongoing concern.