FSU Researchers Examine Trends in Global Aquaculture
Researchers at Florida State Universities shed light on seafood farming around the globe in their recent study, published in Nature Sustainability.
The team wanted to dive into consistent patterns of mariculture taking place throughout the world. FSU FSU postdoctoral researcher Rebecca Gentry, doctoral student Elizabeth Bess Ruff and Assistant Professor of Geography Sarah Lester took a look at over 50 years of data (1950-2016) from over 100 countries.
“Aquaculture is an increasingly important component of global food production,” Gentry said. “Therefore, understanding patterns of development has important implications for managing our..."
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