Tag archive for ‘aquaculture’
Thierry Chopin, marine biology professor at UNB Saint John and scientific director of the Canadian Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture Network (CIMTAN), was the October 2012 invited speaker of the Bacon and Eggheads Breakfast series in Ottawa. Bacon and [...]
Seaweeds – a part of our everyday life (Video) (Comments Off)
An informative video on the roles, applications and values of seaweeds in marine ecosystems, our economy and society has been created by researchers at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John and at the Fisheries and Oceans Canada St. Andrews Biological Station, in partnership with the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, the NSERC Canadian Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture Network, and Cooke Aquaculture Inc.
Diversifying salmon farms works: UNB researcher – CBC.ca (Comments Off)
Growing mussels and seaweed alongside farmed salmon makes sense financially and environmentally, a New Brunswick research scientist says. Thierry Chopin at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John has been studying the benefits of growing [...]
The collapse of the wild cod fishery off the east coast of Canada has led to a surge of interest in Atlantic cod farming. Cod aquaculture has the potential to stimulate Atlantic Canada’s economy through research [...]