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Aquaculture and Fisheries

Aquaculture and Fisheries

Aquaculture and Fisheries involves cultivating freshwater, brackish water and saltwater populations under controlled or semi-natural conditions, and can be contrasted with commercial fishing, which is the harvesting of wild fish.

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Sustainable Aquaculture

Sustainable Aquaculture

Sustainable aquaculture can be defined as the aquaculture practice which focuses on environmental, economic, and social sustainability to improve capacity building and utilize land effectively for the aquaculture sector.

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Types of Aquaculture and Methods

Types of Aquaculture and Methods

Three types of aquaculture systems are land-based, freshwater, and saltwater. Each type has its own specific benefits and drawbacks. Land-based systems are generally less expensive to build but are more vulnerable to environmental variations.

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Importance of Aquaculture and Benefits

Importance of Aquaculture and Benefits

Fish and seafood are very good sources of protein. Aquaculture has contributed to increasing fish production, and it has emerged as the best alternative food source for many. Moreover, it makes seafood cheaper and accessible to all.

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Freshwater Aquaculture

Freshwater Aquaculture

Freshwater aquaculture is the growing of fish in ponds. Growing fish in ponds, from which they cannot escape, allows feeding, breeding, growing, and harvesting the fish in a well-planned way. Fish culture is one form of aquaculture.

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Marine Water Aquaculture

Marine Water Aquaculture

Marine water aquaculture refers to the breeding, rearing, and harvesting of aquatic plants and animals. It can take place in the ocean, or on land in tanks and ponds. Marine aquaculture in few countries produces primarily oysters, clams, mussels, shrimps, salmon and other marine fish.

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Major Challenges in Fisheries

Major Challenges in Fisheries

Water pollution, improper aquaculture management, tainted native germplasm resources, freshwater aquaculture are some of the challenges faced by fishermen in India. Environmental degradation also poses a major threat to the sustainability of inland fisheries.

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Advancements in Aquaculture and Fisheries

Advancements in Aquaculture and Fisheries

New data processing technologies in fisheries include big data, block chain, smart weighing at sea, radio-frequency identification (RFID), smartphones for monitoring, artificial intelligence, drones, and on-board cameras.

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Aquaculture Nutrition and Fish Feed

Aquaculture Nutrition and Fish Feed

Aquaculture nutrition and fish feed are essential components of the aquaculture industry, which involves the farming of aquatic organisms, such as fish, shrimp, and shellfish, for food production. Proper nutrition plays a critical role in the growth, health, and overall performance of farmed aquatic species.

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Nutrition and Diseases in Aquaculture

Nutrition and Diseases in Aquaculture

The nutritional diseases of fish may occur as a result of deficiency, excess or imbalance of nutrients. In general, nutritional disease develops gradually because animals can reserve some nutrients in their body up to certain extent to fill up the nutritional deficiency.

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Aquaculture and Fisheries Resources

Aquaculture and Fisheries Resources

Fishery resource means any fishery, any stock of fish, any species of fish and any habitat of fish and aquaculture resource is breeding, raising, and harvesting fish, shellfish and aquatic plants.

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Aquatic Pollution and Toxicology

Aquatic Pollution and Toxicology

Aquatic toxicology generally involves the measurement of contaminant levels and assessment of harm to freshwater and/or marine organisms to characterize the hazards imposed on the aquatic environment.

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Fish Physiology and Biochemistry

Fish Physiology and Biochemistry

Fish physiology and biochemistry focuses on all physiological aspects of fishes based on environmental and evolutionary perspective.

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Aquaculture Engineering

Aquaculture Engineering

The primary aim of aquaculture engineering is to utilize technical engineering knowledge and principles in aquaculture and biological production systems. The production of fish has little in common with the production of nails, but the same technology can be used in both production systems.

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Fisheries Management

Fisheries Management

The goal of fisheries management is to produce sustainable biological, environmental and socioeconomic benefits from renewable aquatic resources. Wild fisheries are classified as renewable when the organisms of interest (e.g., fish, shellfish, amphibians, reptiles and marine mammals) produce an annual biological surplus that with judicious management can be harvested without reducing future productivity.

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Aquaponics

Aquaponics

Aquaponics is a system of aquaculture in which the waste produced by farmed fish or other aquatic creatures supplies the nutrients for plants grown hydroponically, which in turn purify the water.

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Integrated Aquaculture

Integrated Aquaculture

Integrated aquaculture is the concurrent or sequential linkage between two or more farm activities, of which at least one is aquaculture. Main objective is to increase the productivity of water, land and associated resources while contributing to increased food fish production.

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Aquaculture Conservation and Management

Aquaculture Conservation and Management

Aquaculture conservation and management involve sustainable practices to ensure the responsible cultivation of aquatic organisms. This includes regulating stock levels, environmental impact, and resource use.

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Aquatic Ecology and Biodiversity

Aquatic Ecology and Biodiversity

Aquatic ecology is the study of various interactions of flora, fauna and ecological characteristics in an aquatic environment. It comprises the study of marine as well as freshwater ecosystems.

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Climate Change Impact

Climate Change Impact

Climate change refers to long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns. These shifts may be natural, but since the 1800s, human activities have been the main driver of climate change, primarily due to the burning of fossil fuels (like coal, oil, and gas), which produces heat-trapping gases.

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Oceanography and Limnology

Marine Science and Marine Biology

Marine Science and Marine Biology

Marine biology focuses on animal behaviour, whereas marine science focuses on physics of oceanography.

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Trade Practices

Trade Practices

Trade practice is a method of competition, operating policy (as the use of standards of size, shape, and quality of materials), or business procedure common to members of a line of business or industry that may be formally adopted sometimes as a rule under government auspices.

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Livestock Production

Livestock Production

Livestock production can also be stationary and larger scale. In many cases, it can be combined with farming. In fact, a typical farm operation may combine the tasks of crop production and harvesting, livestock rearing and handling, and manure disposal.

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Aquaculture and Fisheries Market

Aquaculture and Fisheries Market

The aquaculture and fisheries market is a dynamic sector within the global food industry, encompassing the cultivation of aquatic species and the harvest of fish from natural sources.

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Aquaculture and Fisheries Research and Analysis

Aquaculture and Fisheries Research and Analysis

Aquaculture and fisheries research and analysis encompass the scientific investigation and study of aquatic ecosystems, fish populations, and aquaculture practices.

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Aquaculture Business and Economics

Aquaculture Business and Economics

Aquaculture is an environmentally responsible source of food and commercial products, helps to create healthier habitats, and is used to rebuild stocks of threatened or endangered species.

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Multi-Trophic Aquaculture

Multi-Trophic Aquaculture

Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture, or IMTA, is like polyculture, where two or more organisms are farmed together. In IMTA, multiple aquatic species from different trophic levels are farmed in an integrated fashion to improve efficiency, reduce waste, and provide ecosystem services, such as bioremediation.

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Recirculation Aquaculture Systems

Recirculation Aquaculture Systems

Recirculating aquaculture systems are indoor, tank-based systems in which fish are grown at high density under controlled environmental conditions. Generally, farmers adopt a more intensive approach (higher densities and more rigorous management) than other aquaculture production systems.

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Mariculture and Seaweed Culture

Mariculture and Seaweed Culture

Seaweed mariculture has been defined as the cultivation, management, and harvesting of marine organisms in their natural environment (including estuarine, brackish, coastal, and offshore waters) or in enclosures such as pens, tanks, or channels.

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Finfish and Shellfish Farming

Finfish and Shellfish Farming

Finfish farming mail aim is to double the income of coastal fishermen and fish farmers. Aquatic vertebrate’s tilapia, hybrid striped bass, barramundi (“Australian sea bass”), yellow perch, sturgeon, and eel are well suited to closed recirculating systems. Marine fin fish culture is one of the world's fastest expanding aquaculture sub-sectors due to its high nutritional profile and strong demand in the seafood basket in fish markets across the world.

Shellfish farming includes the farming of aquatic invertebrates such as oysters, clams, and mussels which improve water quality.

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Ornamental Fish Production and Management

Ornamental Fish Production and Management

Ornamental fish cultivation both indigenous and exotic is the practice of raising attractive, colourful fish with a variety of features in a limited aquatic setting in fresh water which is a foreign exchange earner.

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Biotechnology and Bioinformatics in Fisheries

Biotechnology and Bioinformatics in Fisheries

Aquaculture biotechnology, marine biotechnology, algal biotechnology, and processing biotechnology are the four broad categories of fisheries biotechnology to increase fish production. Bioinformatics involves integrating gene-based information and computational technology to produce new knowledge for the benefit of aquaculture. Bioinformatics provides new opportunities as well as challenges for information and data processing in new generation aquaculture.

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Genetics and Genomics of Aquatic Species

Genetics and Genomics of Aquatic Species

The practical purpose of aquaculture genomics and genetics studies is to reveal the genetic basis of performance and production traits, and to use such information for genetic enhancement programs.

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Remote Sensing, Satellite Data and Image Processing

Remote Sensing, Satellite Data and Image Processing

Remote sensing provides a powerful way to collect data in real time from large areas used to monitor water quality and temperature, detect changes in sea level, detect pollution and track fish populations.

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fish technology

fish technology

Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) is the most convincing technique for locating the specific DNA sequences, diagnosis of genetic diseases, gene mapping, and identification of novel oncogenes or genetic aberrations contributing to various types of cancers

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Socio–Economic Interactions Based on Aquatic Environments

Socio–Economic Interactions Based on Aquatic Environments

Social-economic interactions based on aquatic environments are integral to the livelihoods and well-being of many communities around the world. These interactions encompass various aspects of human life, economics, and culture, often centred around aquatic resources.

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Techniques to Minimize Stress, Low-Tech Transport

Techniques to Minimize Stress, Low-Tech Transport

Minimizing stress in low-tech transportation can be crucial for ensuring the safe and efficient movement of people and goods. Below are some of the techniques

  • Proper and regular maintenance of vehicles and infrastructure to prevent breakdowns and accidents.
  • Safe and proper loading practices to maintain balance and to reduce the risk of accidents or damage.
  • Training and skill development.

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