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Status of Marine Finfish


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Overview

Marine Fish Aquaculture Scoping Workshop

In March 2017, Florida Atlantic University Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute (HBOI), USDA ARS and NOAA hosted a scoping workshop at HBOI in Ft. Pierce, Florida. This workshop brought together 26 experts from academia, government and industry to outline and prioritize the critical challenges and opportunities to support and meet the needs of the U.S. marine food fish aquaculture industry. This workshop led to a national survey for 18 marine finfish species identified by the workshop participants. The survey questions were comprehensive and were developed by the workshop participants.

Marine Finfish Aquaculture Survey

The goal of the survey was to gain broader input from the aquaculture community on general knowledge of these 18 marine food fish species and to choose the best options for domestic expansion of non-salmonid marine finfish aquaculture in the United States. The survey had responses from 76 stakeholders that included industry, research organizations, academia, and state and federal agencies. Download the marine finfish aquaculture resource spreadsheet.

Warm Water Marine Finfish Stakeholder Workshop – November 20th 2019 – Fort Pierce, FL

A Warmwater Marine Finfish Workshop was held at Florida Atlantic University’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute (HBOI-FAU) on November 20th 2019. The objective of the workshop was to listen to industry partners to ensure the USDA-ARS project research priorities align with industry needs. On hand for the workshop were eight Industry members including owners and their senior level staff, two representatives from USDA-ARS, and the three Project Investigators from HBOI-FAU. Download workshop report here.

Status of Marine Finfish Species for US Aquaculture Special Session

The survey results led to the organization of a special session “ Status of Marine Finfish Species for US Aquaculture” at Aquaculture America 2019 in New Orleans, LA on March 10th, 2019. Seventeen experts were selected to present on one of the 18 species.

The specific objectives of the special session were to:

  • Summarized the stage of aquaculture readiness for each species – commercially ready, technologically feasible or experimental
  • Categorize the top species with respect to their readiness for growing and/or establishing industries
  • Identify research directions for removing barriers to commercialization

Each expert summarized the stage of the aquaculture industry readiness for a species and the research directions necessary to remove barriers for the species to become commercialized. The presenter incorporated the survey results and collaborated with other experts to provide an up-to-date presentation on the status of the species (see YouTube videos below).

The information from the presentations will also be consolidated to produce a summary report to help to inform aquaculture funding opportunities and programmatic decisions and strategy for development and advancement of US marine finfish aquaculture industry.

This special session was hosted and organized by Florida Atlantic University Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, USDA Agricultural Research Service, USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, and NOAA Fisheries.

 

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Status of Marine Finfish Species for US Aquaculture March 10, 2019

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Reg Blaylock

The Status of Spotted Seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, as a Technologically Feasible Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Elizabeth Fairchild

The Status of Spotted Wolffish, Anarhichas minor, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Kevin Stuart

The Status of California Halibut, Paralichthys californicus, as a Technologically Feasible Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Harry Daniels

The Status of Southern Flounder, Paralichthys lethostigma and Summer Flounder, Paralichthys dentatus, as Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Eric Saillant

The Status of Tripletail, Lobotes surinamensis, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Kevan Main

The Status of Greater Amberjack, Seriola dumerili, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Neil Sims

The Status of Almaco Jack, Seriola rivoliana, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Federico Rotman

The Status of California Yellowtail, Seriola lalandi, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Wade Watanabe

The Status of Black Sea Bass, Centropristis striata, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Daniel Benetti

The Status of Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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George Nardi

The Status of Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Ben Reading

The Status of Striped Bass, Morone saxatilis, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Mark Drawbridge

The Status of White Seabass, Atractoscion nobilis, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Todd Sink

The Status of Red Drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Chuck Weirich

The Status of Florida Pompano, Trachinotus carolinus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Rick Goetz

The Status of Sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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John Stieglitz

The Status of Olive Flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Morning Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Experimental and Technologically Feasible Species

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Afternoon Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Commercially Ready Species

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Reg Blaylock

The Status of Spotted Seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, as a Technologically Feasible Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Elizabeth Fairchild

The Status of Spotted Wolffish, Anarhichas minor, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Kevin Stuart

The Status of California Halibut, Paralichthys californicus, as a Technologically Feasible Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Harry Daniels

The Status of Southern Flounder, Paralichthys lethostigma and Summer Flounder, Paralichthys dentatus, as Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Eric Saillant

The Status of Tripletail, Lobotes surinamensis, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Kevan Main

The Status of Greater Amberjack, Seriola dumerili, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Neil Sims

The Status of Almaco Jack, Seriola rivoliana, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Federico Rotman

The Status of California Yellowtail, Seriola lalandi, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Wade Watanabe

The Status of Black Sea Bass, Centropristis striata, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Daniel Benetti

The Status of Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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George Nardi

The Status of Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Ben Reading

The Status of Striped Bass, Morone saxatilis, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Mark Drawbridge

The Status of White Seabass, Atractoscion nobilis, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Todd Sink

The Status of Red Drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Chuck Weirich

The Status of Florida Pompano, Trachinotus carolinus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Rick Goetz

The Status of Sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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John Stieglitz

The Status of Olive Flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Morning Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Experimental and Technologically Feasible Species

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Afternoon Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Commercially Ready Species

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Reg Blaylock

The Status of Spotted Seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, as a Technologically Feasible Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Elizabeth Fairchild

The Status of Spotted Wolffish, Anarhichas minor, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Kevin Stuart

The Status of California Halibut, Paralichthys californicus, as a Technologically Feasible Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Harry Daniels

The Status of Southern Flounder, Paralichthys lethostigma and Summer Flounder, Paralichthys dentatus, as Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Eric Saillant

The Status of Tripletail, Lobotes surinamensis, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Kevan Main

The Status of Greater Amberjack, Seriola dumerili, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Neil Sims

The Status of Almaco Jack, Seriola rivoliana, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Federico Rotman

The Status of California Yellowtail, Seriola lalandi, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Wade Watanabe

The Status of Black Sea Bass, Centropristis striata, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Daniel Benetti

The Status of Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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George Nardi

The Status of Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Ben Reading

The Status of Striped Bass, Morone saxatilis, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Mark Drawbridge

The Status of White Seabass, Atractoscion nobilis, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Todd Sink

The Status of Red Drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Chuck Weirich

The Status of Florida Pompano, Trachinotus carolinus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Rick Goetz

The Status of Sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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John Stieglitz

The Status of Olive Flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Morning Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Experimental and Technologically Feasible Species

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Afternoon Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Commercially Ready Species

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Reg Blaylock

The Status of Spotted Seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, as a Technologically Feasible Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Elizabeth Fairchild

The Status of Spotted Wolffish, Anarhichas minor, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Kevin Stuart

The Status of California Halibut, Paralichthys californicus, as a Technologically Feasible Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Harry Daniels

The Status of Southern Flounder, Paralichthys lethostigma and Summer Flounder, Paralichthys dentatus, as Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Eric Saillant

The Status of Tripletail, Lobotes surinamensis, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Kevan Main

The Status of Greater Amberjack, Seriola dumerili, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Neil Sims

The Status of Almaco Jack, Seriola rivoliana, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Federico Rotman

The Status of California Yellowtail, Seriola lalandi, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Wade Watanabe

The Status of Black Sea Bass, Centropristis striata, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Daniel Benetti

The Status of Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

George Nardi

The Status of Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Ben Reading

The Status of Striped Bass, Morone saxatilis, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Mark Drawbridge

The Status of White Seabass, Atractoscion nobilis, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Todd Sink

The Status of Red Drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Chuck Weirich

The Status of Florida Pompano, Trachinotus carolinus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Rick Goetz

The Status of Sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

John Stieglitz

The Status of Olive Flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Morning Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Experimental and Technologically Feasible Species

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Afternoon Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Commercially Ready Species

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Reg Blaylock

The Status of Spotted Seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, as a Technologically Feasible Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Elizabeth Fairchild

The Status of Spotted Wolffish, Anarhichas minor, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Kevin Stuart

The Status of California Halibut, Paralichthys californicus, as a Technologically Feasible Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Harry Daniels

The Status of Southern Flounder, Paralichthys lethostigma and Summer Flounder, Paralichthys dentatus, as Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Eric Saillant

The Status of Tripletail, Lobotes surinamensis, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Kevan Main

The Status of Greater Amberjack, Seriola dumerili, as a Experimental Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Neil Sims

The Status of Almaco Jack, Seriola rivoliana, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Federico Rotman

The Status of California Yellowtail, Seriola lalandi, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Wade Watanabe

The Status of Black Sea Bass, Centropristis striata, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Daniel Benetti

The Status of Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

George Nardi

The Status of Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Ben Reading

The Status of Striped Bass, Morone saxatilis, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Mark Drawbridge

The Status of White Seabass, Atractoscion nobilis, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Todd Sink

The Status of Red Drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Chuck Weirich

The Status of Florida Pompano, Trachinotus carolinus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

Rick Goetz

The Status of Sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

watch full screen

John Stieglitz

The Status of Olive Flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus, as a Commercially Ready Species for US Marine Aquaculture

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Morning Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Experimental and Technologically Feasible Species

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Afternoon Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Commercially Ready Species

 

Aquaculture America 2020, Honolulu, Hawaii

Status of U.S. Marine Finfish: Capacity, Resources and Partnership Opportunities to Advance U.S. Aquaculture

This special session at Aquaculture America 2020, on February 11, 2020, built upon the Aquaculture America 2019 special session: Status of Marine Finfish Species for U.S. Aquaculture. Across the nation there are tremendous aquaculture assets at academia, non-profit and agency locations. These assets include infrastructure, research expertise and extension. In recent years public private partnerships have become more popular as a way for research and industry to work together to strengthen the advancement of aquaculture. This special session included presentations from academia, non-profits, agencies and industry. They presented on successes and challenges of public private partnerships and what resources and capacity are available to develop public private partnerships. This included specialized laboratories and programs, demonstration sites, key species, expertise, production systems, and partnership services, lease spaces, and agreements.

This special session was hosted and organized by Florida Atlantic University Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, USDA Agricultural Research Service, NOAA Fisheries Aquaculture, University of Southern Mississippi Thad Cochran Marine Aquaculture Center, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, and National Aquaculture Association.
bannon-presentation

Scott Bannon, Kevin Anson and Maxwell Westendorf

Alabama Marine Resources Claude Peteet Mariculture Center: Institution for Research, Stock Enhancement and Partnerships

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benetti-presentation

Daniel Benetti, John Stieglitz, Jorge Suarez, Ron Hoenig, Carlos Tudela, Zack Daugherty, Charles James McGuigan, Jia Geng, Shubham Mathur, Yole Buchalla and Julio Camperio

RSMAS UM Aquaculture

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chambers-presentation

Michael Chambers and Elizabeth Fairchild

Advancing US Marine Aquaculture at the University of New Hampshire

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denson-presentation

Mike Denson, Aaron Watson, Tanya Darden, Jason Broach, Fabio Casu, Justin Yost and Erin Levesque

Aquaculture at The Marine Resources Research Institute-Waddell Mariculture Center, South Carolina, USA

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drawbridge-presentation

Mark Drawbridge

Marine Finfish Aquaculture Resources in Southern California

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lucas-presentation

Kelly Lucas, Reginald Blaylock, Angelos Apeitos and Brian Cuevas

The Thad Cochran Marine Aquaculture Center: Infrastructure, Research, Demonstration and Partnership Opportunities

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main-presentation

Kevan Main, Nicole R. Rhody, Matthew Resley, Michael J. Nystrom, Ron Hans, and Ryan Schloesser

Mote Marine Laboratory Aquaculture Park

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malmstedt-presentation

Melissa Malmstedt, Stephen Eddy, Chris Davis

Business Incubation in Maine For Marine Finfish Aquaculture: 20 Years of Improvement and Lessons Learned

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rexroad-presentation

Caird Rexroad III

USDA Research Support for Marine Finfish Aquaculture

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rust-presentation

Mike Rust

Why We Need Finfish Aquaculture and NOAA’s Resources for Helping Develop It

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sims-presentation

Neil Sims, Lisa Vollbrecht, Helen Meigs, Keelee Martin and Joseph Nakoa

Kampachi Farms – Collaborative Offshore Aquaculture R&D at the Nexus of Economic Opportunity and Ecological Imperative

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wills-presentation

Paul Wills, Megan Davis, and Susan Laramore

Partnerships in Research at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute

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zohar-presentation

Yoni Zohar

The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (Imet) – Unique Marine Aquaculture Programs and Opportunities for Collaborations

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bannon-presentation

Scott Bannon, Kevin Anson and Maxwell Westendorf

Alabama Marine Resources Claude Peteet Mariculture Center: Institution for Research, Stock Enhancement and Partnerships

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benetti-presentation

Daniel Benetti, John Stieglitz, Jorge Suarez, Ron Hoenig, Carlos Tudela, Zack Daugherty, Charles James McGuigan, Jia Geng, Shubham Mathur, Yole Buchalla and Julio Camperio

RSMAS UM Aquaculture

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chambers-presentation

Michael Chambers and Elizabeth Fairchild

Advancing US Marine Aquaculture at the University of New Hampshire

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denson-presentation

Mike Denson, Aaron Watson, Tanya Darden, Jason Broach, Fabio Casu, Justin Yost and Erin Levesque

Aquaculture at The Marine Resources Research Institute-Waddell Mariculture Center, South Carolina, USA

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drawbridge-presentation

Mark Drawbridge

Marine Finfish Aquaculture Resources in Southern California

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lucas-presentation

Kelly Lucas, Reginald Blaylock, Angelos Apeitos and Brian Cuevas

The Thad Cochran Marine Aquaculture Center: Infrastructure, Research, Demonstration and Partnership Opportunities

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main-presentation

Kevan Main, Nicole R. Rhody, Matthew Resley, Michael J. Nystrom, Ron Hans, and Ryan Schloesser

Mote Marine Laboratory Aquaculture Park

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malmstedt-presentation

Melissa Malmstedt, Stephen Eddy, Chris Davis

Business Incubation in Maine For Marine Finfish Aquaculture: 20 Years of Improvement and Lessons Learned

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rexroad-presentation

Caird Rexroad III

USDA Research Support for Marine Finfish Aquaculture

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rust-presentation

Mike Rust

Why We Need Finfish Aquaculture and NOAA’s Resources for Helping Develop It

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sims-presentation

Neil Sims, Lisa Vollbrecht, Helen Meigs, Keelee Martin and Joseph Nakoa

Kampachi Farms – Collaborative Offshore Aquaculture R&D at the Nexus of Economic Opportunity and Ecological Imperative

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wills-presentation

Paul Wills, Megan Davis, and Susan Laramore

Partnerships in Research at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute

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zohar-presentation

Yoni Zohar

The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (Imet) – Unique Marine Aquaculture Programs and Opportunities for Collaborations

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bannon-presentation

Scott Bannon, Kevin Anson and Maxwell Westendorf

Alabama Marine Resources Claude Peteet Mariculture Center: Institution for Research, Stock Enhancement and Partnerships

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
benetti-presentation

Daniel Benetti, John Stieglitz, Jorge Suarez, Ron Hoenig, Carlos Tudela, Zack Daugherty, Charles James McGuigan, Jia Geng, Shubham Mathur, Yole Buchalla and Julio Camperio

RSMAS UM Aquaculture

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
chambers-presentation

Michael Chambers and Elizabeth Fairchild

Advancing US Marine Aquaculture at the University of New Hampshire

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
denson-presentation

Mike Denson, Aaron Watson, Tanya Darden, Jason Broach, Fabio Casu, Justin Yost and Erin Levesque

Aquaculture at The Marine Resources Research Institute-Waddell Mariculture Center, South Carolina, USA

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
drawbridge-presentation

Mark Drawbridge

Marine Finfish Aquaculture Resources in Southern California

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lucas-presentation

Kelly Lucas, Reginald Blaylock, Angelos Apeitos and Brian Cuevas

The Thad Cochran Marine Aquaculture Center: Infrastructure, Research, Demonstration and Partnership Opportunities

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
main-presentation

Kevan Main, Nicole R. Rhody, Matthew Resley, Michael J. Nystrom, Ron Hans, and Ryan Schloesser

Mote Marine Laboratory Aquaculture Park

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
malmstedt-presentation

Melissa Malmstedt, Stephen Eddy, Chris Davis

Business Incubation in Maine For Marine Finfish Aquaculture: 20 Years of Improvement and Lessons Learned

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
rexroad-presentation

Caird Rexroad III

USDA Research Support for Marine Finfish Aquaculture

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
rust-presentation

Mike Rust

Why We Need Finfish Aquaculture and NOAA’s Resources for Helping Develop It

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
sims-presentation

Neil Sims, Lisa Vollbrecht, Helen Meigs, Keelee Martin and Joseph Nakoa

Kampachi Farms – Collaborative Offshore Aquaculture R&D at the Nexus of Economic Opportunity and Ecological Imperative

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
wills-presentation

Paul Wills, Megan Davis, and Susan Laramore

Partnerships in Research at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
zohar-presentation

Yoni Zohar

The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (Imet) – Unique Marine Aquaculture Programs and Opportunities for Collaborations

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
bannon-presentation

Scott Bannon, Kevin Anson and Maxwell Westendorf

Alabama Marine Resources Claude Peteet Mariculture Center: Institution for Research, Stock Enhancement and Partnerships

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
benetti-presentation

Daniel Benetti, John Stieglitz, Jorge Suarez, Ron Hoenig, Carlos Tudela, Zack Daugherty, Charles James McGuigan, Jia Geng, Shubham Mathur, Yole Buchalla and Julio Camperio

RSMAS UM Aquaculture

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
chambers-presentation

Michael Chambers and Elizabeth Fairchild

Advancing US Marine Aquaculture at the University of New Hampshire

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
denson-presentation

Mike Denson, Aaron Watson, Tanya Darden, Jason Broach, Fabio Casu, Justin Yost and Erin Levesque

Aquaculture at The Marine Resources Research Institute-Waddell Mariculture Center, South Carolina, USA

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
drawbridge-presentation

Mark Drawbridge

Marine Finfish Aquaculture Resources in Southern California

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
lucas-presentation

Kelly Lucas, Reginald Blaylock, Angelos Apeitos and Brian Cuevas

The Thad Cochran Marine Aquaculture Center: Infrastructure, Research, Demonstration and Partnership Opportunities

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
main-presentation

Kevan Main, Nicole R. Rhody, Matthew Resley, Michael J. Nystrom, Ron Hans, and Ryan Schloesser

Mote Marine Laboratory Aquaculture Park

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
malmstedt-presentation

Melissa Malmstedt, Stephen Eddy, Chris Davis

Business Incubation in Maine For Marine Finfish Aquaculture: 20 Years of Improvement and Lessons Learned

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
rexroad-presentation

Caird Rexroad III

USDA Research Support for Marine Finfish Aquaculture

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
rust-presentation

Mike Rust

Why We Need Finfish Aquaculture and NOAA’s Resources for Helping Develop It

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
sims-presentation

Neil Sims, Lisa Vollbrecht, Helen Meigs, Keelee Martin and Joseph Nakoa

Kampachi Farms – Collaborative Offshore Aquaculture R&D at the Nexus of Economic Opportunity and Ecological Imperative

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
wills-presentation

Paul Wills, Megan Davis, and Susan Laramore

Partnerships in Research at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
zohar-presentation

Yoni Zohar

The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (Imet) – Unique Marine Aquaculture Programs and Opportunities for Collaborations

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
bannon-presentation

Scott Bannon, Kevin Anson and Maxwell Westendorf

Alabama Marine Resources Claude Peteet Mariculture Center: Institution for Research, Stock Enhancement and Partnerships

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
benetti-presentation

Daniel Benetti, John Stieglitz, Jorge Suarez, Ron Hoenig, Carlos Tudela, Zack Daugherty, Charles James McGuigan, Jia Geng, Shubham Mathur, Yole Buchalla and Julio Camperio

RSMAS UM Aquaculture

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
chambers-presentation

Michael Chambers and Elizabeth Fairchild

Advancing US Marine Aquaculture at the University of New Hampshire

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
denson-presentation

Mike Denson, Aaron Watson, Tanya Darden, Jason Broach, Fabio Casu, Justin Yost and Erin Levesque

Aquaculture at The Marine Resources Research Institute-Waddell Mariculture Center, South Carolina, USA

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
drawbridge-presentation

Mark Drawbridge

Marine Finfish Aquaculture Resources in Southern California

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
lucas-presentation

Kelly Lucas, Reginald Blaylock, Angelos Apeitos and Brian Cuevas

The Thad Cochran Marine Aquaculture Center: Infrastructure, Research, Demonstration and Partnership Opportunities

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
main-presentation

Kevan Main, Nicole R. Rhody, Matthew Resley, Michael J. Nystrom, Ron Hans, and Ryan Schloesser

Mote Marine Laboratory Aquaculture Park

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
malmstedt-presentation

Melissa Malmstedt, Stephen Eddy, Chris Davis

Business Incubation in Maine For Marine Finfish Aquaculture: 20 Years of Improvement and Lessons Learned

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
rexroad-presentation

Caird Rexroad III

USDA Research Support for Marine Finfish Aquaculture

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
rust-presentation

Mike Rust

Why We Need Finfish Aquaculture and NOAA’s Resources for Helping Develop It

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
sims-presentation

Neil Sims, Lisa Vollbrecht, Helen Meigs, Keelee Martin and Joseph Nakoa

Kampachi Farms – Collaborative Offshore Aquaculture R&D at the Nexus of Economic Opportunity and Ecological Imperative

Click here for abstract or here for presentation
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Paul Wills, Megan Davis, and Susan Laramore

Partnerships in Research at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute

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Yoni Zohar

The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (Imet) – Unique Marine Aquaculture Programs and Opportunities for Collaborations

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