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Join Darrin Honious, YSI's Aquaculture Monitoring and Control Guru and Tyler Arnold, YSI's Aquaculture Technical Support Specialist at YSI as they discuss how several aquaculture facilities are using continuous monitoring and control to improve operational efficiency and moving towards more automation. Learn how easy it is to set-up, install and maintain a continuous and monitoring control system. Webinar Highlights: • See how several aquaculture facilities are using continuous monitoring and control to improve operational efficiency • Specific details on the facility's design and operation • Implementation of the monitoring and control system including setpoints, sensor location, and other critical control parameters • Dissolved oxygen monitoring and feeder control • Installation and set-up overview
The steady growth of Florida Organic Aquaculture, LLC’s shrimp production facility reflects the high consumer demand for American-raised, additive-free, sustainably produced shrimp. It also reflects the critical role of automation in the efficient commercial production of Pacific white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei), where small changes in the growing environment can have huge impacts.
The Newport Aquarium was founded in May of 1999. They have 137 aquatic tanks, 90 of them are exhibits for the public. And the largest tank is the shark tank, the surrounded by sharks exhibit. It is a 385,000 gallon saltwater tank. They're using the YSI 5200A on this system to keep continuous water quality monitoring for two reasons. One, for us to keep a good data log of what's going on in the system. As well as to educate our public that get to come behind the scenes and see this.
Producing more than nine kilograms of Pacific White Shrimp per cubic meter, a research team led by Dr. Tzachi Samocha at Texas AgriLife Mariculture Research Laboratory in Corpus Christi, Texas is forging a path that is allowing producers to thrive in spite of the razor-thin margins of the shrimp market.
An incurable bacterial infection wiping out Southeast Asian shrimp is also ravaging the profits of Red Lobster, whose parent company, Darden Restaurants, saw earnings fall 18% to $109.7 million in the quarter that ended in February. The biggest publicly traded casual dining company in the US, Darden also runs the Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse and other restaurants....
2013 Overview: A Year of Highs and Lows of the Aquaculture Industry TheFishSite.com Researchers found that EMS is caused by a unique strain of the Vibrio parahaemolyticus pathogen, which is transmitted orally, colonises in the shrimps...
The first-ever federal regulations for large-scale fish farming in the ocean were issued Monday, opening a new frontier in the harvesting of popular seafood species such as red drum, tuna and red snapper. The new rules allow the farming of fish in federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The rules — in the making [...]
Modest levels of nitrate nitrogen – in the 75 to 100 mg/L range – may be more harmful to aquaculture-raised rainbow trout than producers realize. A team of scientists at the Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute led by John Davidson documented deformities and significant behavioral changes in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) raised in recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) with nitrate nitrogen concentrations at levels less than one-tenth the recommended maximum nitrate nitrogen level of 1,000 mg/L. They believe the changes were spurred by chronic exposure to nitrate nitrogen.
Potomac River. Oyster aquaculture in the Potomac River estuary could result in significant improvements to water quality, according to a new study. All of the nitrogen currently polluting the Potomac River estuary could be removed if 40 percent of its river bed were used for shellfish cultivation, according to the joint study. The researchers determined that a combination of aquaculture and restored oyster reefs may provide even larger overall ecosystem benefits. Oysters, who feed by filtering, can clean an enormous volume of water of algae which can cause poor water quality.
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