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Opportunities in the global fish food system

Opportunities in the global fish food system | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Fish is one of the most important sources of animal protein. It represents a low cost source of high quality protein, fatty acids and micronutrients that are essential for brain development in youn...
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Farming aquatic animals for global food system resilience - Stockholm Resilience Centre

Farming aquatic animals for global food system resilience - Stockholm Resilience Centre | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Does aquaculture add resilience to the world’s food portfolio?
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Fishy business: Chennai emerges as hub for illegal shark fin trade

Fishy business: Chennai emerges as hub for illegal shark fin trade | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Shark fins collected across the country are illegally exported through Chennai
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Shock and claw! Two confused crabs take a long-haul holiday

Shock and claw! Two confused crabs take a long-haul holiday | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
The six-inch crustaceans are settling in at the city's National Sea Life centre after an astonished woman resident found them scuttling round, waving their claws in the lift of a block of flats.
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The Best Recirculating Aquaculture Systems In The World - YouTube

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This Is Not An Optical Illusion; It's A Massive Cloud Of Jelly Creatures

This Is Not An Optical Illusion; It's A Massive Cloud Of Jelly Creatures | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
If you stare at this photo for long enough, you'll start to see 3D palm trees swaying in the wind. Just relax your eyes and -- LOL, only kidding!

What you're actually looking at is a massive swarm of electric blue Velella velellas, more adorably ...
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Stephen Jardine: What to do with Russia’s fish?

Stephen Jardine: What to do with Russia’s fish? | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
WHAT CAN you do with a glut of Spanish peppers, a pile of German sausages and a mountain of Scottish mackerel?
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Rain-damaged European feed wheat may hurt corn sales in Asia

Rain-damaged European feed wheat may hurt corn sales in Asia | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian feed grain importers expect an influx of cheap feed wheat from Ukraine and France as heavy rain in Europe damages the quality of crops, leaving them fit for only animal consumption.South
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Does Ghana’s oil boom spell the end for its fishing industry?

Does Ghana’s oil boom spell the end for its fishing industry? | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Fishermen say the foreign firms exploring for oil and gas are forcing them out of the waters they have trawled for centuries. By Mark Anderson and Billie Adwoa McTernan
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As waters rise, Mekong rice farmers switch to shrimp

As waters rise, Mekong rice farmers switch to shrimp | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Salinization of the Mekong Delta is pushing a move toward a new crop: shrimp.
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Catching one of the fastest fish 40-km off Krishna! - The Hindu

Catching one of the fastest fish 40-km off Krishna! - The Hindu | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
“The Hindu Catching one of the fastest fish 40-km off Krishna!”
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Biologists to study salmon in Siuslaw this fall - KVAL

Biologists to study salmon in Siuslaw this fall - KVAL | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
“KVAL Biologists to study salmon in Siuslaw this fall KVAL Nets will be placed in the Siuslaw from late August into October to capture the salmon as they travel upstream to spawn.”
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Insights on aquaculture: technology and development | Global Food Security blog

Insights on aquaculture: technology and development | Global Food Security blog | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
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Long Island Sound becoming more acidic, scientists say - Newsday

Long Island Sound becoming more acidic, scientists say - Newsday | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Long Island Sound, already choked with nitrogen, may also be becoming more acidic -- a
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Tuna Is Tip of Toxicity Iceberg: Additional Public Awareness Needed [Video]

Tuna Is Tip of Toxicity Iceberg: Additional Public Awareness Needed [Video] | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Tuna from cans may contain higher levels of methylmercury than trusted experts believe is healthy, but it is not the only source of harmful heavy metal or chemical exposure, and represents the tip of a toxicity iceberg for which additional public awareness is needed. As reports on the the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) […]
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Barramundi truck safety risk for road users

Barramundi truck safety risk for road users | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
RUSTED, leaking and an accident waiting to happen, according to police.
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Bring on the barramundi

Bring on the barramundi | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Josh Goldman’s hybrid land/ocean approach to farming fish is setting the stage for a new generation of sustainable aquaculture operations.
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New to nature: No 131 Arapaima leptosoma

New to nature: No 131 Arapaima leptosoma | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
River giants of the Amazon are threatened with extinction through overfishing, writes Quentin Wheeler
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Selenium levels above guidelines in fish

Selenium levels above guidelines in fish | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Tests that detected element are part of monitoring effort by the province in wake of tailings-dam breach at Mount Polley mine
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Coral reefs can communicate with fish, and many of them are crying for help

Coral reefs can communicate with fish, and many of them are crying for help | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
With corals in trouble around the world, researchers are examining the role of smell in telling fish to come to a healthy reef or stay away. That may help scientists find ways to manipulate the smells to help damaged reefs recover.
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Baby Coral and Fish Can Tell Good Reefs From Bad

Baby Coral and Fish Can Tell Good Reefs From Bad | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Understanding how they do that provides clues on how to attract life back to reefs that are damaged from overfishing.
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Banking on the future - Bangkok Post

“Bangkok Post Banking on the future Bangkok Post "We caught a great amount of crabs and we didn't take good care of them, so they were almost all gone. Many in the community had to go into town to find other ways to make a living.”
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