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    Expansion Of Aquaculture

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    In response to the decline of wild fisheries, many of the countries have put their effort to aquaculture. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic plants and animals. FAO placed the global Aquaculture at 60 million tonnes in 2010,[1], which is about 41.2 % of the total fish production in the World. European Union (EU) countries contribute to 4% of the world aquaculture production. The value of EU aquaculture production was € 3.1 billion for 1.26 million tonnes of production in 2010[4]. Available data

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    Benefits Of Aquaculture

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    Aquaculture Aquaculture is a growing business and is increasing rapidly as populations rise and the need for food is increased. Aquaculture is the controlled cultivation and harvest of aquatic plants and animals. Aquaculture is beneficial to the world but Aquaculture in different parts of the world has affected the environment also. There are several different types of aquaculture such as Marine Aquaculture and Freshwater Aquaculture. Aquaculture consists of many different people with different professions

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    Essay On Aquaculture

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    Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, mollusks, aquatic plants. It involves gathering freshwater and saltwater populations under controlled settings, and can be compared with commercial fishing, which is the harvesting of wild fish. Farming implies some form of involvement in the nurturing process to enhance production, such as regular stocking, feeding, and protection from predators. It also implies individual or business ownership of the stock being gathered

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    with its long coastal areas and topography of many ponds, rivers, lakes, estuaries has a high potential for aquaculture development (Nguyen Thanh et al., 2006). Aquaculture with its rapid growth has been helping the country’s economy with exported products as well as improving farmers’ livelihoods in rural areas (Duc, 2009, Tran Dinh, 2009, Phuong Lan, 2013). On the other hand, aquaculture in association with agriculture is a “climate dependent” activity with high risk of failure from natural hazards

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    the catching, processing, and selling of wild fish. Aquaculture, or fish farming, is the controlled cultivation of certain marine plants and animals such as fish and seaweed. These two industries are relevant to the environment because both impact our oceans immensely. They can cause fish populations to severely decline or pollute our oceans. This begs the question, should we continue to support commercial fishing or move more towards aquaculture? Fishing has been around for thousands of years and

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    Aquaculture Essay

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    Aquaculture is farming of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic plants, algae, and other aquatic organisms.In California, there are various types of aquaculture such as commercial aquaculture and restoration aquaculture. Commercial aquaculture is the breeding and proliferation of aquatic organisms for commercial uses such as to be sold for consumption. Restoration aquaculture is the propagation of aquatic organisms in order to increase population levels in wild aquatic organisms (NOAA Fisheries, 2011)

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    Essay On Aquaculture

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    Aquaculture Management – Scallop Introduction: (Why should you go into aquaculture?) Fishes (seafood) are known to produce protein for human consumption more efficiently than any other species, also stated by nutritionists, fish provides healthier forms of protein. http://marinelife.about.com/od/invertebrates/tp/10-Facts-About-Scallops.htm 1st Stage: Collection of spat (scallop larvae) There are two ways to obtain spat to start an aquaculture farm: • Collection of wild spat - set up a series of

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    number of fish farms, not only in the United States, but around the world. Fish have proven to have many health benefits and with a decrease in the consumption of livestock meat, there has been an escalation in the development of aquaculture. As a part of the rise in aquaculture, there is a competition to raise larger and better fish. To yield favorable outcomes, aquaculturists have to maintain a comfortable and supporting environment as well as meeting proper nutrient requirements. “Numerous terrestrial

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    Fisheries & Aquaculture: Fisheries is an important vibrant sector. It's contributing to the national GDP is around 1.4% and 4.5% GDP contribution to the agriculture sector as a whole. In broad terms, it involves capture including aquaculture, inland and sea, gears, oceanography, navigation, aquarium management, processing, export and import of seafood, fish breeding, special products and by-products, research and related activities. Check Marine Engineering. Fisheries & Aquaculture During the last

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    Incidental captures in fisheries and pollution have also played a significant role in population declines of the turtles. Altogether this project has opened my eyes to the numerous projects that Malta is involved in and how the foundations of such aquacultures are built through basic knowledge of Biology. This goes to show that sustainability isn’t an impossible dream but can be easily be achieved through appropriate thinking and collaborative work.

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