aquaculture monitoring News

  • 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

  • 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

  • Disease threatens aquaculture in developing world

    Disease may challenge the ability of fish farming to feed the growing human population even as wild fish stocks decline and climate change hampers food production from other sources, a study shows. Aquaculture is ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • 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

  • Getting the Most out of Aquaculture: Pearls of Wisdom from Farmed Oysters

    As global populations rise, so does the demand for seafood. In developed nations, the health benefits of a diet high in fish and seafood are regularly touted. In developing nations, fish and seafood often comprise a large portion of the diet. Aquaculture—farming of fishes, mollusks, crustaceans and plants in an aquatic environment—is a booming business (approximately $119 billion in ...

  • 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

  • Taylor Shellfish First Farm in U.S. to Achieve Aquaculture Stewardship Council Certification

    The Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) announced that Taylor Shellfish Farms has become the first U.S. grower to achieve responsible aquaculture certification for a farming operation in Washington State. The Shelton, Wash. based company received ASC Bivalve Certification for its operation in the South Puget Sound basin, which comprises the Hood Canal and the area south of the Tacoma Narrows, ...


    By SCS Global Services

  • Primozone supplies super-efficient ozone generator for European project improving ozone technology at aquaculture applications

    Primozone is one of four equipment suppliers for a European project for improving the efficiency and safety of ozone use in the management of water quality in the aquaculture sector including Recirculation Aquaculture Systems (RAS). Ozone has a number of advantages when it comes to improving water quality at RAS. At land based fish farms, where fish is raised in tanks, there is often a ...


    By Primozone Production AB

  • Landmark Report Investigates Environmental Impacts of Aquaculture; Finds Sustainably-Farmed Seafood Holds Key to Future Global Food Security

    First-Ever Global Assessment Of Environmental Costs Of Aquaculture Shows Farmed Seafood To Be Less Ecologically Damaging Than Livestock Production; Great Potential For Improvements In Efficiency A new and comprehensive analysis released by WorldFish Center and Conservation International (CI) has investigated the environmental impact of the world's major aquaculture production systems and ...


    By Conservation International

  • Satellite imagery to soon enable large-scale monitoring of Asia’s rice areas

    Information derived from satellite images can soon be made available to governments to help guide policy related to food security and sustainable development, particularly in rice-growing areas. The European Space Agency (ESA) satellite, Sentinel-1A, launched in 2014 can provide regular ‛snapshots’ of Asia as often as every 12 days. The ...

  • In-Situ Inc. Announces Acquisition of PR Aqua Supplies Ltd.

    In-Situ® Inc. announced today the acquisition of PR Aqua Supplies Ltd., a leading aquaculture solutions provider based in Nanaimo, BC, Canada. PR Aqua designs and integrates comprehensive systems for water treatment and fish handling in the public and private sectors on a worldwide basis. The partnership with PR Aqua adds to In-Situ Inc.’s sales, ...


    By In-Situ, Inc.

  • Report highlights growing role of fish in feeding the world

    More people than ever before rely on fisheries and aquaculture for food and as a source of income, but harmful practices and poor management threaten the sector’s sustainability, says a new FAO report published today. According to the latest edition of FAO’s The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture, ...

  • World fisheries must prepare for climate change

    The fishing industry and national fisheries authorities must do more to understand and prepare for the impacts that climate change will have on world fisheries, says a new FAO report published today. According to the latest edition of the UN agency's The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture (SOFIA), existing responsible fishing practices need to be more widely implemented and current ...

  • Freshwater Institute helps protect and restore healthy populations of Salmon

    “We have to keep finding new ways to increase the supply of healthy seafood,” said Joe Hankins, vice president at The Conservation Fund. “Because we continuously filter and clean the water in our tanks, our fish are healthy, and we’ve never had to use antibiotics, pesticides or other treatments to keep them that way. With the new water quality monitoring equipment and ...


    By YSI - a Xylem brand

  • Year of the English Garden – How is gas used in horticulture?

    The Queen may be celebrating her 90th birthday, but there’s also another notable anniversary in 2016 which celebrates England’s heritage. This year marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of England’s greatest gardener, Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. ‘Capability’ Brown is best known for designing gardens and landscapes at some of the country’s ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • Argus Control Systems used in Alberta’s first licensed cannabis grow-op

    After applying for a license with Health Canada approximately two years ago, Aurora Cannabis Inc. will officially start production this spring. Their brand new $11 million state-of-the-art facility, located in the rural community of Cremona within the Rocky Mountains, will be the first employer and provider of medicinal marijuana in the province. ...


    By Conviron

  • Stevia Corp. Announces Cooperative Agreement With Technology Partner

    Stevia Corp. (OTCBB: STEV) ("Stevia Corp." or the "Company"), a farm management company focused on the economic development of stevia, the fastest growing product in the alternative sweetener sector, wishes to advise that it recently entered into both Supply and Cooperative Agreements with Guangzhou Health China Technology Development Company Limited, operating under the trade name Tech-New ...


    By Marketwire

  • Aqua-Cage Fisheries Uses DTG2 ROV on Rainbow Trout Farm

    Aqua-Cage Fisheries is an aquaculture farm in Parry Sound, Ontario that produces rainbow trout for the food market. They receive fingerlings from a hatchery in Southern Ontario, grow the fish in the open waters of Georgian Bay and harvest them for a processor that ships to major grocery stores. Aqua-Cage produces environmentally sustainable, high quality fish for the consumer, while bringing in a ...


    By Deep Trekker Inc.

  • Renewed cooperation between CIHEAM and FAO

    The International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM) based in Paris and FAO will strengthen their cooperation under an agreement signed at FAO's Rome headquarters this week. The Agreement of Cooperation was signed by Bertrand Hervieu, Secretary General of CIHEAM and Hervé Lejeune, FAO Assistant Director-General and Directeur de Cabinet. In it, both organizations agreed ...

  • UV Treated Wastewater Is Irrigating The Golf Courses Of Arizona`s `Family Friendly Town`

    Two golf courses in Anthem, AZ, are benefiting from irrigation by UV treated wastewater. Founded less than 10 years ago, Anthem, a town just north of Phoenix, now has a population of over 40,000. It was voted the 'best place to raise a family' by Parenting Magazine in 2003 and 'one of the best places to live in Arizona' by Phoenix Magazine. As part of its rapid expansion the town recently ...


    By Aquionics Inc

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