Aquaculture Monitoring News

  • A Moving Experience – The New Head Office

    Deep Trekker is relocating their Head Office to a larger manufacturing facility to accommodate the increasing demand for their underwater ROVs & Pipe Crawlers. Every day, our customers are coming up with new and exciting ways to use our underwater robots. So much so, that we’ve even designed new features to make our robots smarter, new product lines to ...


    By Deep Trekker Inc.

  • Nutreco FeedTech Challenge offers the ultimate test for breakthrough innovations

    In its continuous quest for innovation in animal nutrition and aqua feed, Nutreco is launching a new way to kick-start breakthrough solutions with the Nutreco FeedTech Challenge. Centred around the question ‘What is your breakthrough innovation – that CANNOT wait?’ Nutreco calls for the brightest minds to help realise sustainable food production for a growing world population. ...


    By Skretting - Nutreco Group

  • Aquaculture Water Quality Workshop Offers Tips to Boost Profitability of Fish Farming

    Healthy water leads to healthy fish and increases the potential for healthy profits for fish farmers. On the other hand, poor water quality can lead to stressed fish, increasing the chance for the animals’ illness and death, and resulting in income losses for farmers, says Matthew Smith, an Ohio State University Extension aquaculture specialist. Water quality management for fish farmers is ...


    By Ohio State University

  • How Can YSI`s Aquaculture Capabilities and Solutions Benefit You?

    Rapid population growth and an increased awareness of the health benefits associated with seafood is projected to significantly increase the demand. Making the issue even more critical is that our natural fisheries are already under pressure and can't sustainably meet the expected demand. Aquaculture-based production is the only way to meet the global need for more seafood, without overfishing ...


    By YSI - a Xylem brand

  • The risks of oxygen depletion and enrichment in aquaculture

    Oxygen depletion is a concern on both dry land and in aquatic environments. Dissolved oxygen is present in water and comes from the atmosphere and also photosynthesis by aquatic plants. Dissolved oxygen is necessary to many forms of life including fish, invertebrates, bacteria and plants. Fish and crustaceans obtain oxygen for respiration through their gills, while plant life and phytoplankton ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • Certified Reference Material ERM?-AD482 to identify absence or presence of ruminant material in feed

    With the contribution of the JRC, the European Union Reference Laboratory for Animal Proteins (EURL-AP) validated of new DNA-based methods detecting unauthorised proteins from ruminant origin (e.g. beef). This new method has been taken up in EU regulation. For its implementation the JRC now certified the reference material ERM-AD482, allowing the absence or presence testing of ruminant material ...

  • Things to know about marine aquaculture

    Some 90 percent of seafood consumed by Americans is imported, yet the Obama administration's push to expand U.S. marine aquaculture into federal waters has failed to see one offshore farm in operation, nearly two years after the first permit was issued. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is pushing for marine aquaculture production in the U.S. to jump by 50 percent by 2020. The ...


    By Associated Press

  • Continuous Development of Molecular Methods To Solve Your Aquaculture Customers Pain

    MDG has made continuous advances in molecular methods for the aquaculture industry. Over the last year, we presented three posters that focus on how these methods provide better insight for your customers. Thanks for all of those who dropped by our poster at the World Aquaculture Society meetings in Jeju, Korea and also our poster at the American Society of Microbiology in New Orleans, ...

  • Continuous Development of Molecular Methods To Solve Your Aquaculture Customers Pain

    MDG has made continuous advances in molecular methods for the aquaculture industry. Over the last year, we presented three posters that focus on how these methods provide better insight for your customers. Thanks for all of those who dropped by our poster at the World Aquaculture Society meetings in Jeju, Korea and also our poster at the American Society of Microbiology in New Orleans, ...

  • MSC and ASC sign MOU and commit to explore further opportunities to add value to partners

    The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) furthering their collaboration and commitment to find additional efficiencies and added value for partners handling both ASC and MSC certified products. Rupert Howes, CEO of the MSC said: “The MSC and ASC share a common heritage and vision that global ...

  • Franatech CO2-sensor for Aquaculture Applications

    Franatech CO2-sensor for aquaculture is now available in a flow-through version. The development was initiated for a customer asking for a specific solution to be integrated in a central monitoring station. After successful pilots in Denmark, two more installations were carried out in Chile. With easy interfacing, the flow-through version is ideally suited for OEM applications as well as for ...


    By Franatech GmbH

  • Launch of LALSEA BIOREM: innovative solutions for aquaculture bioremediation from microbiology expert Lallemand Animal Nutrition

    VIV Asia 2015 Tradeshow – Lallemand Animal Nutrition is pleased to announce the launch of LALSEA BIOREM, a new range of aquaculture bioremediation solutions, presented this month at VIV Asia 2015. LALSEA BIOREM is a range of synergistic combinations of specifically selected naturally occurring microorganism strains that help maintaining water quality during crop ...


    By Lallemand Animal Nutrition

  • Warming will leave drought-hit California reeling

    Things could soon get worse for drought-hit California. New research predicts that, by the close of the century, global warming could have reduced the flow of water from the Sierra Nevada mountains by at least a quarter. Michael Goulden, associate professor of earth system science at the University of California ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Drones on the Farm: What Are the Laws?

     – popularity, before you launch a drone over your crops to gauge field conditions, be aware that doing so could result in a hefty fine from the Federal Aviation Administration. So says Peggy Hall, assistant professor and Ohio State University Extension field specialist in agricultural and resource law. Hall said that while the technology is available for farmers and growers to utilize ...


    By Ohio State University

  • New Fisheries Fund, signed and sealed, concludes EU fisheries policy reform

    Operating rules for European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) aid to help fishermen to comply with new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) requirements were endorsed by Parliament on Wednesday. EMFF aid will help fishermen to observe the discard ban, e.g. by buying more selective fishing gear, but will also be used to improve safety and working conditions, data collection and port infrastructure. All ...


    By European Parliament

  • March 18: Producers Can Learn About Mobile Units to Process Poultry and Fish for Retail

    JEFFERSON, Ohio – Producers looking to take advantage of the growing consumer demand for local foods but having difficulty in finding methods to process their poultry, rabbit and fish for retail sale may want to consider setting up their own processing units. Industry experts, including those from Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and ...


    By Ohio State University

  • MDG New Technology Development - Aquaculture America Conference: Feb 9-12th

    COMBINING THE USE OF WHATMAN FTA CARDS AND DIAGNOSTIC PCR ASSAYS TO DETERMINE THE PATHOGENIC POTENTIAL OF SHRIMP WATER SAMPLES SHIPPED OVERSEAS Sona Son, Amy Lange, Heather Behn and Michael King Microbial Discovery Group and JBS United Pathogenic Vibrio spp. are a major economic concern in the shrimp industry causing global losses of approximately $3 billion USD ...

  • Questions and Answers on the reformed Common Fisheries Policy

    The overall objective of the reformed Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) is to make fishing sustainable - environmentally, economically and socially. The new policy will bring fish stocks back to sustainable levels and will stop wasteful fishing practices. It will provide EU citizens with a stable, secure and healthy food supply for the long term. It seeks to bring new prosperity to the fishing ...


    By Europa Press Room

  • Fish stocks boost for Yorkshire rivers

    Fisheries experts will be stocking 6,000 barbel at several locations in Yorkshire this week as part of the Environment Agency’s ongoing plans to develop and restore rivers in the region. All reared at the Environment Agency’s fish farm, 3,000 barbel will be stocked into the River Dearne at five locations between Barnsley and Adwick-upon-Dearne and 3,000 barbel will be stocked into the ...

  • Fisheries Policy reform: MEPs agree on rules for €6.5 billion EU aid fund

    Draft rules for allocating European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF), aid to help fishermen to comply with new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) requirements were approved by a show of hands in Parliament on Wednesday. This aid will help fishermen to comply with the discard ban, e.g. by buying more selective fishing gear, but will also be used to improve safety and working conditions, data ...


    By European Parliament

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