The Lifecycle of Aquaculture There are two groups of fish, sedentary and diadromic. The sedentary fish are those who during their life, they are always in the same type of water and the diadromous fish are those who have the capacity to change from one type of water to another. Within the group of diadromous
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By Kellen L. Parrish – Graduate Student – University of California Davis. Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending the Slow Fish 2018 Californian conference, I was curious how they’d bring Aquaculture into the movement. “Slow Food” is a movement and a mindset, coined in 1986 by Carlo Petrini, it focuses on the
The history of Aquaculture is grainy as most ancient beginnings are. Archaeologists think that the indigenous Gunditjmara people of Australia may have dug channels to cultivate eels roughly 8000 years ago. Images carved on tomb walls in Egypt show Egyptians storing what is thought to be Tilapia in ponds – dating back 4,000 years, around the same time, it is thought
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