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Canadian scientists look at climate change impacts on aquaculture production

Researchers from Vancouver Island University are studying the effects of heat waves on farmed oysters, as part of on-going research on how climate change is impacting aquaculture and help farmers improve crop security.

Editorial: Along came Brexit

Although it’s been four years since the U.K. officialy left the European Union – its closest and biggest trading partner – the repercussions of such departure are now just beginning to unfold.

Tunatech touts novel technique to save costs in caviar production

In collaboration with aquaFUTURE, Tunatech has developed a new technique in identifying molecular-biological sex tests for three sturgeon species.

Pandemic-driven angling boost props up hatchery operations

Fishing is a hobby for the patient – like watching paint dry. But to any avid angler, fishing is a respite from life’s stresses. They’ll talk about fishing as an escape from reality and a chance to be enveloped by the sound of calming water and breathe in fresh air. The catch, many will say, is just the icing on the cake. » Read more
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LAQUA 2020

March 22 - March 25, 2021
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Aquaculture Europe 2020

April 12 - April 15, 2021
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