Localities need to develop concentrated areas for aquaculture, converting from traditional farming methods to industrial fish culture applying high technology.
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Following a recent report from the FAO on the threats posed by the production of invasive (potentially non-native) species in aquaculture
Microbial water quality assessment has the potential to provide insights into the temporal and spatial dynamics of bacterial communities within aquaculture
Two students from the HCM City University of Economics and Finance have made biodegradable products from potato starch in an effort to reduce the use of single
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