Outlines research, backed by the Department for International Development in the UK, and produces reports on matters of interest to aquaculturists worldwide.
This organization aims to provide a forum for the discussion of engineering problems related to aquaculture and to provide members with sources of information.
Information from Wikipedia on the cultivation of aquatic organisms under controlled conditions, including algae, fish, shrimps and freshwater prawns.
With the world's longest coastline and 16 per cent of the world's total surface area of fresh water, Canada is the ideal location for temperate-zone aquaculture.
Information on services available to improve productivity, to assist with working within the regulatory framework and achieving product approval. [PDF]
Provides information on books and journals on these subjects published by Blackwell Publishing. [PDF]
CRSP aims to advance science, research and education in aquatic resources by encouraging international partnerships. Produces newsletters and research reports and provides a central database.
Provides definitions and explanations of terms used in aquaculture.
Provides details of courses on aquaculture and aquatic resource management which cover a wide range of issues in aquaculture and small-scale marine fisheries.
Provides information on this educational facility and the courses offered, past and present research and the community extension program.
Short bibliographies from the United States Department of Agriculture.
Provides information on the legislation covering freshwater fisheries, the movement of fish and the necessity for fish farmers to register.
Organization aiming to promote contact between aquaculturalists, circulate information, sponsor research and enhance cooperation. Produces a quarterly magazine and a scientific journal.
Report from the World Wildlife Fund questioning the sustainability of the feed used in Scotland’s aquaculture industry. [PDF]
Information from the Department of the Environment Food and Rural Affairs in the UK on the regulatory and licensing requirements of the industry.