Jul 5, 2006 — Improving blood circulation, turning off inflammation, inhibiting certain brain and eye diseases, and preventing the spread of prostate cancer to bone are a few of the potential benefits of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) in fish or fish oil.
Jun 30, 2006 — NOAA’s effort to increase domestic seafood production through aquaculture gained tremendous momentum recently, when President George W. Bush emphasized the need for sustainable aquaculture in the United States, and urged Congress to move ahead on the National Offshore Aquaculture Act ...
Apr 18, 2006 — Why Bureaucrats & Environmentalists Miss the Point of Canadian Aquaculture
Apr 12, 2006 — Webcast, video and presentations of Senate Commerce Committee's National Ocean Policy Study Subcommittee (April 6, 2006)
Mar 29, 2006 — Salmon production, supply and demand worldwide
Review of FAO NACA Workshop: The Future of Mariculture - A Regional Approach for Responsible Development of Mariculture in the Asia-Pacific Region
Mar 28, 2006 — Country reports, thematic reviews and the final plenary presentations for this workshop, held in Guangzhou, China March 7-11, 2006, are available for download
Mar 14, 2006 — Canada’s fish and seafood exports totaled $4.3 billion in 2005
Mar 10, 2006 — Released twice a year, in March and October, Aquaculture Outlook examines the U.S. aquaculture industry including production, inventory, sales, prices, inputs, and trade of catfish, trout, tilapia, salmon, mollusks, crawfish, shrimp, ornamental fish, and new species.
Mar 5, 2006 — A national investment in research and technology development will be the foundation for the industry's growth. As the Department of Agriculture's in-house research agency, the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) will be in the forefront of fundamental and applied research to enhance the production efficiency, sustainability, and quality of cultivated aquatic organisms
Mar 5, 2006 — International Food Policy Research Institute
WorldFish Center 2003
Feb 25, 2006 — A new Eurobarometer survey provides insights on consumers’ perception of health risks, and in particular those related to food safety. Overall, consumers’ perception of food is positive, food safety concerns are not top-of-mind and the role of public authorities in protecting consumer interests is valued.
Dec 7, 2005 — Scholarly publishing must compromise with new open publishing initiatives, study finds
Oct 12, 2005 — For week commencing October 10, 2005
Oct 12, 2005 — There is public and media interest about possible links between sea lice, salmon farms and wild salmon stocks in British Columbia. This has resulted from allegations that sea lice from salmon farms are harming wild Pink salmon populations in the Broughton Archipelago, a group of islands north of Johnstone Strait off the northeast coast of Vancouver Island.
These allegations spread misinformation and distrust about aquaculture and contribute to a climate of confusion.
Dec 16, 2005 — You just compare circulation numbers, right? If only it were that simple!
Oct 4, 2005 — For week commencing October 3, 2005
Oct 4, 2005 — A highly unusual European research project set about finding the best ways to turn salmon skins into leather for use by the fashion industry.
Oct 4, 2005 — How Weather Phenomena (eg. “La Niña”) Alter Market Prices Estimates
An Econometric Perspective for Feed Ingredient Price Estimate.
Sep 27, 2005 — Addressing the technical, environmental, social and economic issues associated with shrimp farming
Aug 25, 2005 — This FAO report gives an overview of the Russian fishery sector and highlight the latest trends in catches, production and trade
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