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1. Importance of seaweeds and extractive species in global aquaculture production.

The FAO recently published its biennial State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture up to 2018. The FAO continues to treat the seaweed aquaculture sector as a different category, with separate tables and comments in different sections. As this could lead to a distorted view of total world aquaculture, ...

Author(s) : Chopin, T.; Tacon, A. G. J.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 2021 Vol.29 No.2 pp.139-148 ref.32

2. 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

3. 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

4. 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

5. Determination of appropriate fertilisation frequencies for optimising wild algae development.

This experiment was conducted to determine the appropriate fertilisation frequency for optimal wild microalgae growth in fertilising ponds. These wild microalgae serve as a natural feed forArtemia in culture ponds. The experiment was conducted in earthen ponds (100 m2 each) and consisted of four...

Author(s) : Hoa, N. V.; Le, T. H.

Publisher : Bioflux, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Journal article : AACL Bioflux 2021 Vol.14 No.2 pp.1009-1020 ref.36

6. French marine aquaculture: assets, risks and prospects.

This session presents a brief history of French marine aquaculture; its strengths and weaknesses and the food, industrial and biotechnological perspectives (in the context of the transition) of resources in the algae, fish and mollusc culture sectors in France, beginning from fishing or gathering...

Foreign Title :Les micro- algues dans la filière aquacole française : ressources actuelles et perspectives.

Author(s) : Lazard, J.

Publisher : Académie d'Agriculture de France, Paris, France

Journal article; Conference paper : Comptes Rendus de l'Académie d'Agriculture de France 2017 Vol.103 No.3 pp.103-107 ref.3

7. 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

8. Use of the term harvest when referring to wild stock exploitation.

We contend that harvest is a misleading term when referring to wild organisms removed from natural systems and suggest that fishery professionals reserve the word for aquaculture products. When referring to wild stock extraction, replacing the word harvest with catch removes the implication of...

Author(s) : Bohnsack, J. A.; Grove, L. J. W.; Serafy, J. E.

Publisher : US National Marine Fisheries Service, Scientific Publications Office, Seattle, USA

Journal article : Fishery Bulletin 2021 Vol.119 No.1 pp.1-2

9. Nano-scale applications in aquaculture: opportunities for improved production and disease control.

Aquaculture is the fastest growing food-production sector and is vital to food security, habitat restoration and endangered species conservation. One of the continued challenges to the industry is our ability to manage aquatic disease agents that can rapidly decimate operations and are a constant...

Author(s) : Sabo-Attwood, T.; Apul, O. G.; Bisesi, J. H., Jr.; Kane, A. S.; Saleh, N. B.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Fish Diseases 2021 Vol.44 No.4 pp.359-370

10. Marine microplastics in the ASEAN region: a review of the current state of knowledge.

Microplastic pollution is a prevalent and serious problem in marine environments. These particles have a detrimental impact on marine ecosystems. They are harmful to marine organisms and are known to be a habitat for toxic microorganisms. Marine microplastics have been identified in beach sand, the ...

Author(s) : Curren, E.; Kuwahara, V. S.; Yoshida, T.; Leong CheeYew [Leong, C. Y. S.]

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Environmental Pollution 2021 Vol.288

11. Disease ecology of wild fish: opportunities and challenges for linking infection metrics with behaviour, condition, and survival.

Surmounting evidence supports that infectious agents play a critical role in shaping fish physiology, behaviour, and survival. The exclusion of disease-causing agents from fisheries research has resulted in major knowledge gaps that may limit the predictive capacity of ecological models. A major...

Author(s) : Chapman, J. M.; Kelly, L. A.; Teffer, A. K.; Miller, K. M.; Cooke, S. J.

Publisher : Canadian Science Publishing, Ontario, Canada

Journal article : Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2021 Vol.78 No.8 pp.995-1007 ref.many

12. Impact of elevated temperature on physiological energetics of Penaeus monodon post larvae: a mesocosm study.

Global climate change induced warming has profound repercussion on physiological performances of marine animals. The Indian Sundarban is one of the best nursery grounds for various shrimp populations which need estuarine realm to complete their bipartite life cycle. From last couple of decades, a...

Author(s) : Tanmoy Nandy; Sritama Baag; Sumit Mandal

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Thermal Biology 2021 Vol.97

13. How to draft effective coastal fisheries and aquaculture legislation.

Author(s) : Sauerwein, A.; D'Andrea, A.; Vapnek, J.

Publisher : SPC Division of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystem, Nouméa, New Caledonia

Journal article : SPC Fisheries Newsletter 2021 No.164 pp.53-60

14. Improvement on the effectiveness of marine stock enhancement in the artificial reef area by a new cage-based release technique.

The release technique, affecting the survival rate of fish species released for stock enhancement, plays a vital role in the effectiveness of the enhancement. In order to improve the probability of released fish settling down to bottom, a new cage-based release technique was designed and tested via ...

Author(s) : Zhang JunBo; He YuFeng; Guo ZhiXing; Ji ShuHeng; Zhang Shuo; Tang YanLi; Sheng HuaXiang; Wan Rong; Kitazawa, D.

Publisher : Science Press, Beijing, China

Journal article : Journal of Ocean University of China 2021 Vol.20 No.4 pp.992-998 ref.31

16. 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

17. 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

18. 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

19. 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

20. 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

21. 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

22. 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

23. Ecological co-benefits from sea cucumber farming: Holothuria scabra increases growth rate of seagrass.

Sea cucumber aquaculture is increasing in extent and importance throughout the Indo-Pacific region, supplying a luxury seafood market in Asia. In this context, the grow-out of hatchery-bred juveniles in community-farmed pens is proving to be a viable model, providing increased income security and...

Author(s) : Arnull, J.; Wilson, A. M. W.; Brayne, K.; Dexter, K.; Donah, A. G.; Gough, C. L. A.; Klückow, T.; Ngwenya, B.; Tudhope, A.

Publisher : Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf, Germany

Journal article : Aquaculture Environment Interactions 2021 Vol.13 No.301-310 pp.301-310 ref.many

24. 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

25. 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.