Aquaculture North America





Environmental monitoring systems can be as simple or as complex as anyone would like them to be. But for @UMaine Engineering alum Joshua Girgis, a key requirement was to come up with one that oyster and seaweed farmers can afford.
https://www.aquaculturenorthamerica.com/maine-engineer-develops-low-cost-monitoring-buoy/ #aquaculture #fishfarming

Global #aquaculture accounts for a modest amount of greenhouse gas emissions compared to livestock farming but one way it could reduce its footprint further is by looking at the biggest source, feed production
https://www.aquaculturenorthamerica.com/feed-can-reduce-aquacultures-carbon-footprint-study/ #sustainability #aquafeed #fishfeed

.@GaelForceGroup is looking to ramp up its engineering team by launching a recruitment drive to fill several newly created senior engineering and support roles.
https://www.aquaculturenorthamerica.com/aquaculture-technology-provider-launches-major-recruitment-drive/ #aquaculture #fishfarming