Friday, July 6, 2012

06/07/12: aquacultre in China; algae in Ireland; transforming aqauculture in Canada


China is to build aquaculture research centre.  The hub will be in the city of Sansha in the South China Sea and will focus on fish, shrimp and algae breeding.  Read more...

Exceptional algae bloom detected in Ireland.  Seawater samples submitted to Marine Institute have shown the presence of a species of Phytoplankton that can harm marine animals.  More worryingly, some mortality has been reported among oysters, cockles and lugworms from the Mayo to Donegal coastal regions.  Read more...

It's nice to hear something positive about aquaculture.  In this article we learn how one trout farmer in Northern Ontario, Canada is transforming the face of aquaculture across the province.

Have a great weekend.

Algal bloom in village river. Taken in a small...
Algal bloom in village river. Taken in a small village in mountains near Chengdu, Sichuan, China. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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