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1. Marine biotechnology in Québec: science and innovation highlights.

The development of marine biotechnology in Québec relies on a network of several processing plants of marine seafoods and fishes, a fleet of a thousand coastal and mid shore boats, and many aquaculture companies. Québec's marine biotechnology industry is still very young, in existence just under 20 ...

Author(s) : Badri, M. A.; Cartier, S.; Girard, J. M.; Morissette, J.; Viel, G.

Publisher : Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., New Rochelle, USA

Journal article : Industrial Biotechnology 2019 Vol.15 No.3 pp.152-156 ref.22

2. Impact of urban threats and disturbance on the survival of waterbird communities in wetlands of Bengaluru city, India.

Threats to waterbird communities on urban wetlands in the Bengaluru city, South India are poorly known. We calculated disturbance scores for 15 lakes along a gradient from low (LDL) to high (HDL) disturbance levels based on vegetation structure and composition. HDL had the highest threat scores and ...

Author(s) : Rajashekara, S.; Venkatesha, M. G.

Publisher : Springer (India) Private Limited, New Delhi, India

Journal article : Proceedings of the Zoological Society 2018 Vol.71 No.4 pp.336-351 ref.91

3. Realizing beneficial end uses from abandoned pit lakes.

Pit lakes can represent significant liabilities at mine closure. However, depending upon certain characteristics of which water quality is key, pit lakes often also present opportunities to provide significant regional benefit and address residual closure risks of both their own and overall project ...

Author(s) : McCullough, C. D.; Schultze, M.; Vandenberg, D. J.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Minerals 2020 Vol.10 No.2 ref.120

4. Effect of large-scale kelp and bivalve farming on seawater carbonate system variations in the semi-enclosed sanggou Bay.

Although cultured algae and shellfish can be the dominant species in some localized coastal waters, research on the effect of large-scale mariculture on the carbonate system variations in these local waters is still lacking. We conducted five cruises from May to September and studied spatiotemporal ...

Author(s) : Li JiaQi; Zhang WenWen; Ding JingKun; Xue SuYan; Huo EnZe; Ma ZhanFei; Yu WenHan; Jiang ZengJie; Fang JianGuang; Mao YuZe

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.753

5. Environmental flows in the lower Ebro River and Delta: current status and guidelines for a holistic approach.

Deltas are a particular type of estuarine system in which the dependence on river flow (water, sediments and nutrients) is very strong, especially in river-dominated deltas such as the Mediterranean ones, but environmental flow (e-flow) proposals for deltaic systems are scarce. The Ebro Delta is...

Author(s) : Ibáñez, C.; Caiola, N.; Belmar, O.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Water 2020 Vol.12 No.10 ref.74

6. Investigating of the long-term and short-term effects of rainfall changes on the value added of Iranian aquaculture and fisheries sector.

Human economic activities have caused many environmental impacts that can be attributed to climate change as the most important side effects. One of the components of climate change is the change in rainfall pattern, time and space distribution of rainfall, and also the reduction of rainfall....

Author(s) : Balali, H.; Mehregan, N.; Haj, A. N.; Baniasadi, M.

Publisher : Iranian Fisheries Science Research Institute, Tehran, Iran

Journal article : Iranian Scientific Fisheries Journal 2019 Vol.28 No.5 pp.Pe57-Pe66 ref.27

7. Comparison of industrial-scale tubular photobioreactor to FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) panel photobioreactor on outdoor culture of Nannochloropsis oculata in the marine hatchery.

Microalgal culture is a key procedure in marine fish hatcheries, but this activity is far from optimized and has several problems remain to be solved. Nannochloropsis oculata are important to live feed organisms, which are used to rear the larvae of marine finfish. N. oculata were cultivated in...

Author(s) : Durmaz, Y.; Erbil, G. Ç.

Publisher : Ege University Press, Izmir, Turkey

Journal article : Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (Su Ürünleri Dergisi) 2020 Vol.37 No.3 pp.303-308 ref.33

8. Assessing risks and mitigating impacts of harmful algal blooms on mariculture and marine fisheries.

Aquaculture is the fastest growing food sector globally and protein provisioning from aquaculture now exceeds that from wild capture fisheries. There is clear potential for the further expansion of marine aquaculture (mariculture), but there are associated risks. Some naturally occurring algae can...

Author(s) : Brown, A. R.; Lilley, M.; Shutler, J.; Lowe, C.; Artioli, Y.; Torres, R.; Berdalet, E.; Tyler, C. R.

Publisher : Wiley, Melbourne, Australia

Journal article : Reviews in Aquaculture 2020 Vol.12 No.3 pp.1663-1668

9. Growth and carotenoid production of dunaliella Salina (Dunal) Teodoresco, 1905 cultured at different salinities.

Microalgae species have been widely used as an alternative source for pigment extraction. The genus Dunaliella has been commercially cultured for its carotenoid pigments. Carotenoid is one of the commercially important pigments widely used in various industries. In the present study, different...

Author(s) : Khatoon, H.; Yuan, G. T. G.; Anisul Islam Mahmud; Rahman, M. R.

Publisher : Asian Fisheries Society, Quezon City, Philippines

Journal article : Asian Fisheries Science 2020 Vol.33 No.3 pp.207-212 ref.42

10. Exploring the potential for marine aquaculture to contribute to ecosystem services.

Marine aquaculture is growing quickly and has substantial effects on people and the environment. Existing research has demonstrated that marine aquaculture can contribute to ecosystem service provisioning that extends beyond production of a resource; however, the extent and significance of these...

Author(s) : Gentry, R. R.; Alleway, H. K.; Bishop, M. J.; Gillies, C. L.; Waters, T.; Jones, R.

Publisher : Wiley, Melbourne, Australia

Journal article : Reviews in Aquaculture 2020 Vol.12 No.2 pp.499-512 ref.many

11. Potential applications of marine macrolides: new drugs from the sea?

The sea is an untapped and unexploited wide ecosystem, which results to be extremely rich in diverse species: marine organisms are a source of many compounds and substances with numerous biological activities. Important marine biologically active molecules are, among others, macrolides, which could ...

Author(s) : Gammone, M. A.; D'Orazio, N.

Publisher : IAU - Tonekabon Branch, Tonekabon, Iran

Journal article : International Aquatic Research 2020 Vol.12 No.3 pp.151-159 ref.many

12. Potential growth and nutrient removal of Kappaphycus alvarezii in a fish floating-net cage system in Sekotong Bay, Lombok, Indonesia.

There has been increasing interest in promoting the seaweed Kappaphycus alvarezii as a co-culture species in an integrated multitrophic aquaculture system. In recent work, we observed the capability of K. alvarezii to grow and remove carbon (C), nitrogen (N), and phosphorus (P) when planted in an...

Author(s) : Kambey, C. S. B.; Sondak, C. F. A.; Chung IkKyo

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 2020 Vol.51 No.4 pp.944-959

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Search results: 494,939 results (approx.)

1. Marine biotechnology in Québec: science and innovation highlights.

The development of marine biotechnology in Québec relies on a network of several processing plants of marine seafoods and fishes, a fleet of a thousand coastal and mid shore boats, and many aquaculture companies. Québec's marine biotechnology industry is still very young, in existence just under 20 ...

Author(s) : Badri, M. A.; Cartier, S.; Girard, J. M.; Morissette, J.; Viel, G.

Publisher : Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., New Rochelle, USA

Journal article : Industrial Biotechnology 2019 Vol.15 No.3 pp.152-156 ref.22

2. Impact of urban threats and disturbance on the survival of waterbird communities in wetlands of Bengaluru city, India.

Threats to waterbird communities on urban wetlands in the Bengaluru city, South India are poorly known. We calculated disturbance scores for 15 lakes along a gradient from low (LDL) to high (HDL) disturbance levels based on vegetation structure and composition. HDL had the highest threat scores and ...

Author(s) : Rajashekara, S.; Venkatesha, M. G.

Publisher : Springer (India) Private Limited, New Delhi, India

Journal article : Proceedings of the Zoological Society 2018 Vol.71 No.4 pp.336-351 ref.91

3. Realizing beneficial end uses from abandoned pit lakes.

Pit lakes can represent significant liabilities at mine closure. However, depending upon certain characteristics of which water quality is key, pit lakes often also present opportunities to provide significant regional benefit and address residual closure risks of both their own and overall project ...

Author(s) : McCullough, C. D.; Schultze, M.; Vandenberg, D. J.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Minerals 2020 Vol.10 No.2 ref.120

4. Effect of large-scale kelp and bivalve farming on seawater carbonate system variations in the semi-enclosed sanggou Bay.

Although cultured algae and shellfish can be the dominant species in some localized coastal waters, research on the effect of large-scale mariculture on the carbonate system variations in these local waters is still lacking. We conducted five cruises from May to September and studied spatiotemporal ...

Author(s) : Li JiaQi; Zhang WenWen; Ding JingKun; Xue SuYan; Huo EnZe; Ma ZhanFei; Yu WenHan; Jiang ZengJie; Fang JianGuang; Mao YuZe

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.753

5. Environmental flows in the lower Ebro River and Delta: current status and guidelines for a holistic approach.

Deltas are a particular type of estuarine system in which the dependence on river flow (water, sediments and nutrients) is very strong, especially in river-dominated deltas such as the Mediterranean ones, but environmental flow (e-flow) proposals for deltaic systems are scarce. The Ebro Delta is...

Author(s) : Ibáñez, C.; Caiola, N.; Belmar, O.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Water 2020 Vol.12 No.10 ref.74

6. Investigating of the long-term and short-term effects of rainfall changes on the value added of Iranian aquaculture and fisheries sector.

Human economic activities have caused many environmental impacts that can be attributed to climate change as the most important side effects. One of the components of climate change is the change in rainfall pattern, time and space distribution of rainfall, and also the reduction of rainfall....

Author(s) : Balali, H.; Mehregan, N.; Haj, A. N.; Baniasadi, M.

Publisher : Iranian Fisheries Science Research Institute, Tehran, Iran

Journal article : Iranian Scientific Fisheries Journal 2019 Vol.28 No.5 pp.Pe57-Pe66 ref.27

7. Comparison of industrial-scale tubular photobioreactor to FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) panel photobioreactor on outdoor culture of Nannochloropsis oculata in the marine hatchery.

Microalgal culture is a key procedure in marine fish hatcheries, but this activity is far from optimized and has several problems remain to be solved. Nannochloropsis oculata are important to live feed organisms, which are used to rear the larvae of marine finfish. N. oculata were cultivated in...

Author(s) : Durmaz, Y.; Erbil, G. Ç.

Publisher : Ege University Press, Izmir, Turkey

Journal article : Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (Su Ürünleri Dergisi) 2020 Vol.37 No.3 pp.303-308 ref.33

8. Assessing risks and mitigating impacts of harmful algal blooms on mariculture and marine fisheries.

Aquaculture is the fastest growing food sector globally and protein provisioning from aquaculture now exceeds that from wild capture fisheries. There is clear potential for the further expansion of marine aquaculture (mariculture), but there are associated risks. Some naturally occurring algae can...

Author(s) : Brown, A. R.; Lilley, M.; Shutler, J.; Lowe, C.; Artioli, Y.; Torres, R.; Berdalet, E.; Tyler, C. R.

Publisher : Wiley, Melbourne, Australia

Journal article : Reviews in Aquaculture 2020 Vol.12 No.3 pp.1663-1668

9. Growth and carotenoid production of dunaliella Salina (Dunal) Teodoresco, 1905 cultured at different salinities.

Microalgae species have been widely used as an alternative source for pigment extraction. The genus Dunaliella has been commercially cultured for its carotenoid pigments. Carotenoid is one of the commercially important pigments widely used in various industries. In the present study, different...

Author(s) : Khatoon, H.; Yuan, G. T. G.; Anisul Islam Mahmud; Rahman, M. R.

Publisher : Asian Fisheries Society, Quezon City, Philippines

Journal article : Asian Fisheries Science 2020 Vol.33 No.3 pp.207-212 ref.42

10. Exploring the potential for marine aquaculture to contribute to ecosystem services.

Marine aquaculture is growing quickly and has substantial effects on people and the environment. Existing research has demonstrated that marine aquaculture can contribute to ecosystem service provisioning that extends beyond production of a resource; however, the extent and significance of these...

Author(s) : Gentry, R. R.; Alleway, H. K.; Bishop, M. J.; Gillies, C. L.; Waters, T.; Jones, R.

Publisher : Wiley, Melbourne, Australia

Journal article : Reviews in Aquaculture 2020 Vol.12 No.2 pp.499-512 ref.many

11. Potential applications of marine macrolides: new drugs from the sea?

The sea is an untapped and unexploited wide ecosystem, which results to be extremely rich in diverse species: marine organisms are a source of many compounds and substances with numerous biological activities. Important marine biologically active molecules are, among others, macrolides, which could ...

Author(s) : Gammone, M. A.; D'Orazio, N.

Publisher : IAU - Tonekabon Branch, Tonekabon, Iran

Journal article : International Aquatic Research 2020 Vol.12 No.3 pp.151-159 ref.many

12. Potential growth and nutrient removal of Kappaphycus alvarezii in a fish floating-net cage system in Sekotong Bay, Lombok, Indonesia.

There has been increasing interest in promoting the seaweed Kappaphycus alvarezii as a co-culture species in an integrated multitrophic aquaculture system. In recent work, we observed the capability of K. alvarezii to grow and remove carbon (C), nitrogen (N), and phosphorus (P) when planted in an...

Author(s) : Kambey, C. S. B.; Sondak, C. F. A.; Chung IkKyo

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 2020 Vol.51 No.4 pp.944-959

13. Silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) can non-mechanically digest cyanobacteria.

The growth of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) is a typical phenomenon in water bodies worldwide. The use of silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) to reduce excessive phytoplankton development is controversial. In the case of cyanobacteria, many of which are toxic, understanding their possible...

Author(s) : Šetlíková, I.; MacIarzová, S.; Bláha, M.; Policar, T.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 2020 Vol.46 No.2 pp.771-776 ref.47

14. Oxytetracycline accumulation in the macroalgae Ulva: potential risks for IMTA systems.

Oxytetracycline (OTC) is one of the most used antibiotics in aquaculture. With the development of Integrated Multitrophic Aquaculture (IMTA) systems in order to mitigate some aquacultures' adverse effects, attention needs to be shifted to other co-cultured species that can also accumulate such...

Author(s) : Rosa, J.; Leston, S.; Freitas, A.; Pouca, A. S. V.; Barbosa, J.; Lemos, M. F. L.; Pardal, M. A.; Ramos, F.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2019 Vol.226 pp.60-66 ref.52

15. Agrotextiles - sustainable strategic development strategy of the converging economic sectors.

The overall objective of sustainable development is to find a balance of interaction between the four systems: economic, human, environmental and technological, in a dynamic and flexible process. It is an answer to the current global challenges of climate change, atmospheric pollution, the danger...

Author(s) : Dorogan, A.; Carpus, E.; Burnichi, F.; Petre, C.

Publisher : INMA Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

Conference paper : International Symposium, ISB-INMA TEH' 2018, Agricultural and mechanical engineering, Bucharest, Romania, 1-3 November 2018 2018 pp.171-176 ref.9

16. Aquaculture: facing up to the challenges from consumers and technology.

Author(s) : Gilbert, R.

Publisher : Perendale Publishers, Cheltenham, UK

Journal article : International Aquafeed 2018 Vol.21 No.8 pp.18-21

17. Sustainable aquaculture.

This book is about important relevant recent research topics in sustainable aquaculture practices. A critical assessment of the sustainable fishing methods and the aspect of sustainable aquaculture feed is presented in this volume. A special focus has been given to socio-economic and environmental...

Author(s) : Hai, F. I.; Visvanathan, C.; Boopathy, R.

Publisher : Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, Switzerland

Book : Sustainable aquaculture 2018 pp.viii + 327 pp.

18. Barrens of gold: gonad conditioning of an overabundant sea urchin.

Overgrazing by the overabundant native purple urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma has caused kelp-dominated reefs to shift to urchin barrens throughout southeastern Australia. These areas are characterised by low kelp abundance, low biodiversity and high urchin densities. As purple urchin gonads are...

Author(s) : Pert, C. G.; Swearer, S. E.; Dworjanyn, S.; Kriegisch, N.; Turchini, G. M.; Francis, D. S.; Dempster, T.

Publisher : Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf, Germany

Journal article : Aquaculture Environment Interactions 2018 Vol.10 pp.345-361 ref.many

19. The African Great Lakes Conference (AGLC), Entebbe, Uganda, May 2017.

This proceedings contains 12 papers focusing on six themes, the same that form the foundation for African Great Lakes Inform: (i) balancing conservation and development; (ii) climate change resilience, adaptation and mitigation; (iii) ecosystem service and biodiversity benefits; (iv) governance and ...

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal issue; Conference proceedings : Journal of Great Lakes Research 2018 Vol.44 No.6 pp.1137-1292

20. Marine ranching and fishery stock enhancement in the Xiangshan Bay.

In order to establish a marine ranching demonstration area in the Xiangshan Bay for an effective restoration of biological resources and maximum output of fisheries resources in natural waters, habitat for biological resources was built, suitable proliferation species were screened and applied,...

Author(s) : Wang YunLong; Li ShengFa; Jiang YaZhou; Zhang ShouYu; Hu QingSong; Shentu JiKang; Jiao HaiFeng

Publisher : Science Press, Beijing, China

Journal article : Journal of Fisheries of China 2019 Vol.43 No.9 pp.1972-1980 ref.31

21. Danish fisheries and aquaculture: past, present, and future.

Denmark has long fisheries and aquaculture traditions. Today, the marine commercial fishery has three major fleet categories with respect to the type of target species: (1) fisheries for industrial fish species, (2) fisheries for pelagic fish species that are intended for human consumption, and (3) ...

Author(s) : Skov, C.; Berg, S.; Eigaard, O. R.; Jessen, T. K.; Skov, P. V.

Publisher : Wiley, Hoboken, USA

Journal article : Fisheries (Bethesda) 2020 Vol.45 No.1 pp.33-41 ref.27

22. Size structure and growth parameters of striped eel catfish (Plotosus lineatus) in Kolono Bay, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Striped eel catfish, Plotosus lineatus is one of the important fish resources in Kolono Bay waters, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. The exploitation of this fish species in Kolono Bay is currently at an alarming rate, signaling immediate sustainable capture management and stock assessment efforts....

Author(s) : Asriyana, A.; Halili, H.; Irawati, N.

Publisher : Bioflux, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Journal article : AACL Bioflux 2020 Vol.13 No.1 pp.268-279 ref.many

23. Morphological, histological, and molecular aspects of Myxobolus zaikae n. sp., a parasite of the roach Rutilus rutilus, in Lake Baikal.

A new myxobolid species, Myxobolus zaikae n. sp., was found in the connective tissue near the kidney and liver blood vessels of the common roach Rutilus rutilus, while fish myxosporean fauna were being investigated in Lake Baikal, Russia. The parasites were studied on the basis of spore morphology...

Author(s) : Batueva, M. D. D.

Publisher : Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf, Germany

Journal article : Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 2020 Vol.142 pp.75-82

24. A systematic review of the ornamental fish trade with emphasis on coral reef fishes - an impossible task.

The multi-billion dollar trade in ornamental fishes has rarely been reliably monitored. Almost all coral reef fishes are wild-caught, and few scientific analyses have attempted to elicit exact quantities and identify species involved. The consequences of the removal of millions of these fishes are...

Author(s) : Biondo, M. V.; Burki, R. P.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Animals 2020 Vol.10 No.11 ref.many

25. Population dynamics of Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Teleostei, Cichlidae), in some irrigation reservoirs of Sri Lanka.

Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758) exhibits differences in demographic parameters across the reservoirs, resulting in inconsistencies in optimal fishing strategies. This study aimed at investigating O. niloticus populations in 10 reservoirs. Length-frequency data of O. niloticus from fish...

Author(s) : Bandara, K. V. S. N.; Kumara, P. A. D. A.; Amarasinghe, U. S.

Publisher : Asian Fisheries Society, Quezon City, Philippines

Journal article : Asian Fisheries Science 2020 Vol.33 No.2 pp.192-204 ref.many