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Survey: How is your organization coping with the business impacts of COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause disruptions across major industries, putting businesses and livelihoods at risk. Aquaculture North America would like to hear from readers on how they are coping with this unprecedented crisis.
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Survey reveals grim picture of U.S. aquaculture

Players in the aquaculture, aquaponics and allied industries in the United States are raising alarm and seeking to identify resources to support their business as 90 percent of farmers say the coronavirus disease pandemic (COVID-19) had impacted their operations in Q1 2020.
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Study highlights impact of oyster farming on water quality

Oyster farming’s impact on water quality in Chesapeake Bay is small but important, according to a new study by researchers the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. » Read more

Major global seafood event cancelled for 2020

The Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global, dubbed the world’s largest seafood event, has been cancelled for 2020 and will resume in Barcelona, Spain in 2021. » Read more

Mentors, hands-on learning support veterinary students

Veterinary medicine covers all species, including aquatic food animals. The Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC) is renowned worldwide for its animal health research. Its experts share their knowledge with AVC students through experiential learning opportunities in this field. » Read more
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YSI 5500D Dissolved Oxygen Monitor

With flexible installation options, the YSI 5500D continuous dissolved oxygen monitor can be used to monitor up to 4 live wells on fishing boats or shoreline operations. YSI’s Optical DO sensors require no membrane changes, no electrode cleaning, no stirring requirement and less frequent calibrations. Alarm levels can be easily programmed into the monitor and, when connected to light or siren systems, will alert the crew of changing water quality conditions. Learn more
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