New Horizons in Aquaculture
Aquaculture is the world’s fastest growing food production system. With an expanding population and worldwide per capita fish consumption reaching over 20 kilograms per year – double what it was in the 1960s – the expansion of aquaculture is more important than ever in terms of supplying the world with highly nutritious seafood.
In this issue, we focus on segments of the aquaculture sector in which I am proud to be involved, where technology is relatively well developed; we look at aquaculture in industrialized countries such as Canada, the United States, and Norway.
[Guest Editor Darrell Green]
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