Fish that are subjected to chronic exposure to microplastic fibres suffer from issues including aneurysms and gill damage, according to a new study.
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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