This category contains scientific information on aquaculture. This includes the hatching and rearing of finfish, shellfish and other marine and freshwater organisms and their cultivation in a restricted or controlled environment.
Information from Wikipedia on the cultivation of aquatic organisms under controlled conditions, including algae, fish, shrimps and freshwater prawns.
Information on services available to improve productivity, to assist with working within the regulatory framework and achieving product approval.
Provides information on books and journals on these subjects published by Blackwell Publishing.
Aims to advance science, research and education in aquatic resources by encouraging international partnerships. Produces newsletters and research reports and provides a central database.
Provides an online dictionary with explanations of all the technical terms likely to be met.
Provides an introduction to aquaponics with brief profiles of working units. Includes a list of online resources.
Aquatic weeds may cause problems in fish ponds and this article discusses how fish may be used to control the weed.
Short bibliographies from the United States Department of Agriculture.
Includes a blog and news.
Information on aquaculture genetics, breed improvement and biodiversity conservation, including tilapia, salmon, trout, shrimp, and prawns.
Information from Wikipedia on this form of aquaculture where the by-products from one harvestable species are used as an input in the production of another.
Information from Wikipedia on this specialised form of aquaculture where marine species are held in enclosed sections of the ocean or in large tanks filled with seawater.
Provides a portal for the global aquaculture and fish farming industry including news, articles, forums and recipes.
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