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The waste from the farm is totally contained and there is no risk of predation or fish and parasites escaping into the wild. Sea ranching Sea ranching is the process of releasing artificially raised juvenile fish or shellfish into the sea, allowing them to mature to market size and ...
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Habitat Media - interview transcript
Chinese market that pays premium price for dried sea horses because they are considered aphrodisiacs. So they have declined in the wind and if we can produce seeds in captivity and develop some kind of grow-out or sea ranching, then this will relieve pressure on wild populations of sea horses. It sounded ...
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Habitat Media - interview transcript
Chinese market that pays premium price for dried sea horses because they are considered aphrodisiacs. So they have declined in the wind and if we can produce seeds in captivity and develop some kind of grow-out or sea ranching, then this will relieve pressure on wild populations of sea horses. It sounded ...
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FAO Fisheries & Aquaculture - Ecosystems
The impact of fishery activities, either in raising or catching, on the resource itself as ... imported from offshore oil rig construction, increase the possibilities for offshore aquaculture using robust cages. Sea ranching, the release of young fish into the wild to improve the harvest in capture fisheries ...
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The Regional Impacts of Climate Change
Health: Human health ... -arid region, leading to long-term detrimental effects on ecosystems and human health. The Aral Sea is an illustrative example of the multiplicative effects of resource overuse, which can lead to ...
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Eco-Economy Indicators: FISH CATCH and AQUACULTURE - Resources from Earth Policy Institute
Coastal Waters (16 June 2004) Other Fish in the Sea, But For How Long? (16 July 2003) Fish Farming May Soon Overtake Cattle Ranching As a Food Source (3 October 2000) From ...
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U.S. Global Change Research Information Office
Extensions of the continental shelf, called banks, define regions ... very large yield of oysters is sustained by a system of "ranching" in large embayments. The tiny oysters, known as "spat," ... far that which is kept. In addition, marine mammals and sea birds are sometimes destroyed by fishing operations. The importance of ...
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EuroTurtle - Green Sea Turtle
Diagnostic features | Geographical distribution | Habitat and Biology |Threats to survival Click here for PDF Green Sea Turtle Chelonia mydas Threats to survival Although the green turtle has a large world-wide ... turtle "ranching" has possibly reduced this number. Turtle-shell: by product of killing for flesh, but low demand. Click here to go to find out more in Threats to Sea Turtles Picture ...
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Case studies in fisheries self-governance.
J. Raakjśr Nielsen and C. Olesen Sea-ranching in the Bay of Brest (France): technical change (249 kb) and institutional adaptation of a ... .R. Leal Achievements of the Pacific whiting conservation cooperative: (416 kb) rational collaboration in a sea of irrational competition G. Sylvia, H. Munro Mann and C. Pugmire Management of the loco ...
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Maryland Sea Grant : Finfish Aquaculture Fact Sheets: Finfish: Aquaculture & Restoration: Outreach & Extension: Research, Outreach & Education: Finfish Fact Aquaculture Sheet #6
Aquaculture & Restoration: Outreach & Extension: Research, Outreach & Education: Finfish Fact Aquaculture Sheet #6 Maryland Sea Grant Extension: Finfish Fact Aquaculture Sheet #6 What Is Aquaculture? Reginal M. Harrell, ... require more water than tank culture, in which the water is recycled. Likewise, ocean ranching -- the releasing of fish as juveniles for harvesting when they return as adults -- ...
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