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Aquaculture

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Aquaculture is the practice of growing aquatic organisms - fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and aquatic plants – under controlled conditions. When growing fish is combined with growing plants, it is called aquaponics or Integrated multi-tropic aquaculture.
i believe that aquaculture is about water and marine life i think this because of the name aquaculture and aqua is water.
name the places where aquaculture is taken place in Guyana
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placing a huge cage in open sea and let the fish grow inside the  cage naturally
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This industry classification includes establishments engaged in the production of finfish and shellfish within a confined space and under controlled growing and harvesting procedures.
NAICS 112519 applies to Other Animal Aquaculture.
SIC 0273 applies to ANIMAL AQUACULTURE.
It includes farmed aquatic animals intended as human food (catfish, trout, and oysters), bait (minnows), and pets (goldfish and tropical aquarium fish).
Of total seafood consumed, shrimp, salmon, tuna, and catfish accounted for the largest segment of the aquaculture industry in 2003.
Such environmental issues include aquatic pollution as a result of urbanization and industrialization in the area, sand filling and dredging of harbor, pesticide run-off from agricultural land, conflict of land use between aquaculture and industries, tourism, and others.
Aquaculture is raising aquatic living things, usually fish and  usually for food.   Aquaponics includes an aquaculture system, but adds raising  vegetables hydroponically to it. Hydroponics is a system of raising  vegetables without soil, but with nutrient-laden water. The term  aquaponics is...
they would be like "Hi, im Bob." lol jk i have no idea. But since  they are genetically modified they would probably be stronger and  healthier then the other fish. So based on that you can write  something.
extensive aquaculture is low production, low cost aquaculture. An example of this would be if you had a pond for raising Tilapia in Africa, and were only raising them to feed the community you were in.
If the GM fish were stronger, healthier, or grew faster, they might cannibalize the others. If the facility maintained a non-GM breeding stock, that should be end of it once the GM fish were removed. But it depends on what sort of new gene(s) were inserted.
Aquaculture means raising food in an underwater "farm." Here are some sentences. We raised enough food by aquaculture to last for the winter.He tried aquaculture, but he couldn't make the plants grow.They raised seaweed by aquaculture.
They have an inverse (negative) relationship.
1.Aquaculture is related to freshwater, mariculture is identified with seawater. 2. Aquaculture is the branch involving the whole spectrum of fish products. But Mariculture pertains to a branch of aquaculture. 3. Aquaculture is farming of salt water and freshwater organisms like finfish,...
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Aquaculture Veterinarians can expect to make between $90,000-$110,000 CAD
Betwee salmon, carp, tilapia, European seabass, catfish and cod which are the principal fish on aquaculture, tilapia has the higuest count of all.
Aquaculture helped save the world by controlling the breeding of fish we eat. It is used widely in large masses of fish production for food sources all over.
Advantages are: Sustainability, Consistency, Demand, Economy, Environment.
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The aquaculture changes have made steady growth and gain of production in Chinas food and security policy. The fishery sector has benefiting from the early market and price liberalizations.
Farming, civilization, and human zoo's ;)
Wisconsin has cold winters, and mild summers. Due to the fact that it has cold winters the agriculturists cannot raise certain fish. And the fish they can raise must be kept indoors so that they can harvest the fish all year round. ~Tyler Dutkowski
provides to be less harmful to the ecosystem than a few fishing techniques
what are some disadvantages of aquaculture
The best place to acquire information on aquaculture would be directly from a local authority. Here you can receive information the procedures and legal requirement on such a subject.
Capture fishing is where fish is obtained from natural sources, and  mariculture involves having marine fish for commercial purposes,  while aquaculture involves production of aquatic animals considered  of high economic value.
In capture fishing, the fish catching is done from various natural  resources, lakes, rivers, oceans, seas, etc. In mariculture, cultue  of marine fishes is done in the coastal water. The desired marine  fishes and other animals are cultivated and obtained. In  aquaculture, culture of fishing is...
There is the allometric equation which is used to find when is the best time to harvest the fish (or whatever else) so that the cost of production per pound is at it's lowest. Furthermore, there is a ton of statistics involved. Lastly they're are many equations when it comes to spreading of disease,...
Some of the things archaeologists study to gather information about  early agrarian societies are
Advantages: Sustainable Fishing Higher yields (no Anaerobic Gill Disease) due to freshwater paths No waste Food due to auto feeder and Infrared Technology Each Generation Artificially selected to only obtain fish with highest possible yield and disease resistance, increasing yield. Can be...
It depends on what form of aquaculture. species such as salmon and those that are carnivorous and actually require feed derived from wild fish. The amount of captured fish to raise farmed fish is massive (something like a ratio of 4:1) this then is a huge issue for the sustainability of wild fish...
  its a organism that is kept in a man made environment. Organisms such a redclaw crayfish, oysters and barramundi.
Aquaculture-The practice of raising a fish and other water organisms for food.
Some seafood can be grown using aquaculture. For example, many  species of fresh and salt water fish can be grown this way.   Salmon is certainly one type, and can be raised either at in salt  or fresh water. Shrimp of different species are also grown in fresh  or salt water, depending on...
Fry are fish just after they are hatched. They are very small and often actually look like dirt in the water. Fingerlings vary in size, but generally are older. Fry are stocked in the early spring as soon as the eggs hatch, fingerlings are stocked in the summer and fall after their chances of...
Agriforestry can be integrated with aquaculture in a sustainable  system. It is possible to intersperse fish ponds among the trees  being grown for timber.
Advantages & Disadvantages of Group Cohesiveness & Productivity Supervisors form workplace groups as part of departments, such as human resources or marketing, and to complete projects needing the work of more than one employee. Work teams become cohesive as the team members learn about...
Mullet, carp, tilapia and pangasius.
Mullet, carp, tilapia and pangasius.
No. Aquaculture refers to a type of agriculture where primarily fish are raised for food.
I believe there are some fish farmers (marketers?) who have Tuna caught live and then keep and feed them in very large enclosures in the ocean prior to selling them in the Japanese live fish market. So it must be possible to keep some Pelagics this way but by their very nature Pelagic fish would not...
A benefit is aquacultire can help meet the  demand for fish that may not be met through fishing alone.   A disadvantage is that aquaculture may be taxing on the  environment.    
Aquaculture or fish farming started with the Chinese around 2,500 BC. It is thought that after a flood carp were trapped in lakes and that the Chinese started to feed and breed these carp as a source of food. This lead to the genetic mutation of goldfish. The Romans also used lakes as fish farms,...