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Aquaculture in Pakistan is a fast-emerging sector that has developed over the last decade and has gradually evolved from extensive culture to semi-intensive
While aquaculture is often associated with degrading water quality, invasive species introductions and the destruction of important coastal habitats
A Scottish consortium is developing an early-warning detection system for potentially dangerous plankton and algae, which could help the aquaculture industry
Recent models have shown fisheries collapse under business as usual scenarios. A collapse of this supply would be a disaster.
Currently, 112 countries and territories produce seafood in the marine environment, with earnings reaching $65.4 billion in 2013 from the mariculture sector
To their surprise, they found the new seaweed farms seemed to be helping the fish and spiny lobsters in the area, further supporting the notion that aquaculture