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Nova Scotia premier faces backlash from ARB commentary

Nova Scotia premier Tim Houston sparked controversy recently when he offered his opinion on Cooke Aquaculture’s proposed expansion in the Liverpool Bay, which will be the subject of an upcoming hearing by Nova Scotia’s independent Aquaculture Review Board (ARB).

Bioled and University of Maryland explore irradiance effects on Atlantic salmon

Chilean company, Bioled, has initiated a research project with the University of Maryland, U.S.A. to study how irradiance interferes with the growth and control of early maturity in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) farming in full-cycle RAS systems. This is part of its international expansion plan and in analyzing the characteristics of land-based farming systems.

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Xylem’s GWT 3656 Pump: Optimal Efficiency for Aquaculture Systems

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Sebastian Belle & Jim Parsons: Telling the story of American aquaculture

Sebastian Belle and Jim Parsons from the National Aquaculture Association talk to host Ian Roberts about how they are working to tell the story and the growth potential of offshore fish farming in the United States of America. » Read More...

One with nature

Every workday is different for Eliza Harrison. But it’s typically split between being hands-on in the field and paperwork in the office all dedicated to the advancement of seaweed development. On a Monday at work, Harrison, together with her small California team works to load a 25-foot boat, launch it off the ramp, and sail it out. » Read More...

New ways of using soybeans in aquafeed

Soybean is an important high-protein ingredient in some aquaculture species, especially as an alternative to fishmeal. However, anti-nutritional factors and digestibility issues have held it back from reaching its full potential. » Read More...

Replacing marine fish ingredients in aquafeed

There are several potential approaches that can be taken to reduce nutrients in the wastewater from trout farms (and other land-based aquaculture operations), which is an important sustainability goal for the industry. » Read More...


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Seafood and Aquaculture Marketing Handbook

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Aqua Next 2024

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