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Fish and aquacultural science

This includes fisfarming,fish genetics, fish breeding, fish ecology and fish ethology. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, molluscs and aquatic plants, to be used e.g. as food.

There are 85 pages tagged with Fish and aquacultural science:

Sweden strives to become a leader in sustainable land-based aquaculture

The project "Test bed for large-scale land-based aquaculture" lays the foundation for an advanced test bed for a smart, sustainable and circular aquaculture and creates conditions for the development

The ‘High Seas Treaty’ – a historic agreement to safeguard marine biodiversity in international waters

After a 17 year long process and weeks of intense negotiations, the United Nations (UN) has agreed on a global legal framework to protect the world's largest ecosystem, the deep seas. The framework

Swedish Launch of the WorldFish Project: Sustainable Feeds for Resilient Aquatic Food Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa

Swedish Launch of the WorldFish Project: "Sustainable Feeds for Resilient Aquatic Food Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa" Launch of WorldFish-funded FASA Project in Sweden: Development and Scaling of

Aneesh Bose

aneesh.bose@slu.se I am a behavioural ecologist who studies a wide variety of aquatic animals. I use controlled laboratory studies, extensive field work and scientific SCUBA diving to understand how

Pod episode about aquaculture

More than two thirds of our planet is covered by water; oceans, lakes and rivers. Aquaculture, farming of animals and plants in water, thus has great potential to provide us with food for the future.

Course in the environmental impact and benefits of aquaculture

Course on environmental impact and benefits of aquaculture aquaculture@slu.se The course will focus on environmental impact and environmental benefit of aquaculture. You will also gain basic

Webinar: Salmon welfare

Webinar: Salmon welfare aquaculture@slu.se On 20 February, Djurskyddet Sverige launches the animal welfare guide for salmon, as part of the consumer guide "Handla Djurschysst". In connection with

Diss Mathilde Brunel

Metabolites in fish and humans as a response to different food ingredients charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Mathilde Brunel defends her thesis "Metabolites in fish and humans as a response to different

Diss Viktor Thunell

Fish life histories in a warming climate: a mechanistic basis of change and a community context charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Viktor Thunell defends his thesis "Fish life histories in a warming

No-take zones

No-take zones can improve both fish and shellfish populations and restore ecosystem functions. Evaluations of the Swedish no-take zones show that the populations rapidly increase when an area is

Smaller perch mothers as the sea gets warmer

Female perch living in warmer water invest in early reproduction. They mature when they are smaller compared to perch living in natural water temperatures. This is shown by a study from researchers

The genetics reveal the herring's complex migration and mixing

Small variations in few selected fragments of the DNA allow to characterize an incredible population diversity of herring throughout the western Baltic Sea, the Kattegat and Skagerrak. Many herring