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3rd Edition of
World Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference

May 24-25, 2023 | Hybrid Event

Mariculture and Seaweed Culture

Mariculture and Seaweed Culture

Mariculture is the cultivation, management, and harvesting of marine creatures in their natural habitat (including estuarine, brackish, coastal, and offshore seas) or in enclosures such as pens, tanks, or channels. Seaweeds, mollusks, crabs, fish, and, more recently, echinoderms are among the organisms that have been grown. Two characteristics distinguish Mariculture from capture fisheries: stock ownership and active intervention in the production cycle (husbandry). Mariculture is the world's fastest-growing food industry. It is and will continue to expand in significance in terms of aquatic food in coastal areas, as well as a source of employment and income for many coastal habitats. Mariculture that is well-planned and managed can also help to protect the ecology along the coast.

  • Methods
  • Benefits
  • Environmental Effects
  • Seaweed Supplement
  • Global Seaweed Production and Trade
  • Seaweed Resources
Committee Members
Speaker at World Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference 2023 - J L Giovanna Hesley

J L Giovanna Hesley

BASIS Tucson Primary, Tucson, United States
Speaker at World Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference 2023 - Salvatore Mauro

Salvatore Mauro

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto di Ingegneria del Mare (CNR-INM), Italy
Speaker at World Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference 2023 - Sylvia Agostini

Sylvia Agostini

University of Corsica, France
WAC 2023 Speakers
Speaker at World Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference 2023 - Sylvia Agostini

Sylvia Agostini

University of Corsica, France

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