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Once upon a fish pond

Ancient Hawaiians were the first islanders in the Pacific to make use of ponds and fish farming. For thousands of years, Hawaiians developed aquaculture to supplement their other fishing activities.

Hoopers Island Oysters launches new restoration division

Hoopers Island Oysters has launched an oyster restoration division that works with environmental organizations and watermen associations to plant spat-on-shell on reefs in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.

Adapt or die

Researchers at Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador are among the leaders in the fight against the impacts of climate change on net pen farms on the east coast of Canada.
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Tarpons: Biology, Ecology, Fisheries

This book is the latest and most thorough text on the biology, ecology, and fisheries (sport and commercial) of tarpons. The chapters comprise clear, intricate discourses on such subjects as early development and metamorphosis, population genetics, anatomical and physiological features and adaptations, migrations, reproductive biology, and culminate with a concise overview of the world’s tarpon fisheries. A comprehensive appendix includes Spotte’s original translations of important papers published previously by others in Spanish and Portuguese and unavailable until now to English readers.

Tarpons: Biology, Ecology, Fisheries will be of considerable interest and use to fishery and research biologists, marine conservationists, aquaculturists, and informed anglers. » Learn more

Not for the faint of heart

It takes a special sort of determination to be successful working the cold, clear waters of the Northwest Atlantic. People in the Newfoundland and Labrador aquaculture sector know this fact only too well. » Read more

Regal Springs opts for stunner technology that improves global welfare standards for Tilapia

Regal Springs, a tilapia producer, has collaborated with aquaculture technology specialists Ace Aquatec to introduce in-water, high welfare stunning solutions into their main processing facilities. » Read more

Garware Technical Fibres launches V4 impregnable fish nets

Garware Technical Fibres in Chile have launched The Star V4 polyethylene nets are that can be painted with traditional water-based antifouling paints. » Read more
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