Marine aquaculture in the Black Sea Region
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Published by United Nations Publications in New York .
Written in English


  • Mariculture -- Black Sea Region,
  • Shellfish fisheries -- Black Sea,
  • Fishery management -- Black Sea

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Edition Notes

Other titlesGEF Black Sea Environmental Programme
SeriesBlack sea environmental series -- vol. 2
ContributionsProgramme for the Environmental Management and Protection of the Black Sea, World Bank, United Nations Development Programme, United Nations Environment Programme
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 239 p. ;
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16848798M
ISBN 109211260396

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The New England/Mid-Atlantic region has a commercial marine aquaculture industry supported by a research and technology sector. Landings from marine aquaculture (predominantly Atlantic Salmon and oysters, but also clams, mussels, and other species) totaled approximately $ million in this region in The waters of the Black Sea have supported a rich and diverse marine life. However, in recent decades the Black Sea has come under severe threat due to the combined impacts of eutrophication, anoxia, and chemical, biological and bacterial pollution. Focusing on Romania, this publication presents. The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture presents FAO’s official world fishery and aquaculture statistics. Global fish production* peaked at about million tonnes in , with aquaculture representing 47 percent of the total and 53 percent, if non-food uses (including reduction to fishmeal and fish oil) are excluded. Cooke Aquaculture has been a part of the Downeast Maine community for more than a decade, since purchasing the East Coast operations of some of our biggest competitors who had decided to leave the area. These operations included Atlantic Salmon of Maine, Heritage Salmon and Stolt Sea Farm (which later became Marine Harvest).

The Black Sea region also makes an important contribution, with around 24 percent of the total production followed by the Marmara Sea, the Mediterranean and the Central Anatolian regions. Rainbow trout is the main species cultured in this Central Anatolian region and is farmed in both land-based raceways and sea cages, followed by seabass and. Marine Region Year in Review Reports. Whale Safe Fisheries. Drift Gill Net Transition Program. Dungeness Crab Information. Pacific Halibut Season Information. Marine Region Mission: To protect, maintain, enhance, and restore California's marine ecosystems for their ecological values and their use and enjoyment by the public through good science. Aquaculture in the sea has developed differently due to the variation of three different coastal regions. East Coast - Because of simple coastal line and strong wave action, there are only land based cultures near the sh (Paralichthys olivaceus) and scallop (Patinopecten yessoensis) are the main species cultured in east coast of South Korea. In the United States, marine aquaculture produces numerous species including oysters, clams, mussels, shrimp, seaweeds, and fish such as salmon, black sea bass, sablefish, yellowtail, and pompano. There are many ways to farm marine shellfish, including “seeding” small shellfish on the seafloor or by growing them in bottom or floating cages.

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