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Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Major

  • Auburn University (AL)

A bachelor’s degree in fisheries science prepares students for employment in commercial aquaculture, aquaculture extension, fish hatchery management, fish population assessment, management of recreational fisheries and enhancement of aquatic ...

  • Posted Feb. 3, 2020
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Biological Science - Aquaculture (Bachelor)

  • Florida Institute of Technology (FL)

Students will experience a diverse range of study and complete core courses like Biological Discovery and Introduction to Aquaculture, before moving on to specialized courses in culture techniques of salt ...

  • Posted April 12, 2018
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Chatham University: Leading the Way to a More Sustainable Future

  • Chatham University (PA)
  • The Conservation Fund (DC)

Chatham University's Eden Hall Campus is pioneering a vision for a new kind of campus--one that strives to create more energy than it uses, and immerses students in sustainable ...

  • Posted Feb. 28, 2018
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The Total Energy Output of Global Fisheries and Aquaculture Production From 1950--2013

  • University of Arkansas (AR)

Total production and estimated total energy output of global fisheries/aquaculture from 1950-2013 was investigated. This was accomplished by quantifying the output of fisheries/aquaculture using production data (tonnes per ...

  • Posted Nov. 18, 2016
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Aquaponic food production as an integrating context for campus sustainability

  • Allegheny College (PA)

The Food for Sustainability project at Allegheny College utilizes aquaponic systems for indoor, year round tilapia and lettuce production. The products are sold to Parkhurst Dining Services and are incorporated ...

  • Posted April 11, 2014
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One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Green Fish: How URI Saves 40 Million Gallons of Water a Year

  • University of Rhode Island (RI)

Without clean water, the University of Rhode Island's Aquaculture Center can't fulfill its mission to house fish for research. Yet, the center's water source left a large ...