Ocean Farm Technologies and OceanSpar Join Forces. New Company to Develop Innovative, Open-Ocean Products

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Seattle, WA and Morrill, ME On January 1, 2015, Ocean Farm Technologies and OceanSpar merged to form InnovaSea Systems, Inc., a new company committed to developing the next wave of innovative, open-ocean products and…

OCEANS: Debate churns as NOAA is set to open U.S. waters to aquaculture

Emily Yehle, E&E reporter Greenwire: Thursday, November 20, 2014 http://www.eenews.net/stories/1060009321 Giant cages float off the shores of Hawaii, housing hundreds of thousands of yellowtail snapper in the deep waters of the Pacific.The…

Meet San Diego's ‘Aquacowboy’

Photo courtesy of Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute BY: CLARE LESCHIN-HOARCONNECT | OCTOBER 8, 2014 Voices of San Diego | voiceofsandiego.org   America’s running a deep seafood deficit. We control more ocean than any nation in the world…

The Other Other White Meat

The Other Other White Meat Ever heard of cobia? Meet tomorrow’s fish—and a new way to farm that one man wants to bring to a coast near you. Daniel Stone Photographs and videos by Spencer Millsap PUBLISHED APRIL 30, 2014 Brian O’Hanlon…

Taking Aquaculture to New Depths

January 3, 2014 - 4:26pm BRUCE ERSKINE BUSINESS REPORTER THE CHRONICLE HERALD N.S. exec: Open Blue cages deeper than usual fish farms, process more eco-friendly Open Blue Global Services (Canada) Inc. president Mike Magnus. (FILE)   Mike…
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The Environmental Promise of Open Ocean Fish Farms

The Environmental Promise of Open Ocean Fish Farms Published Monday, September 23, 2013 12:04 am by E - The Environmental Magazine Innovative submersible fish pens and new developments in fish food may change the way "fish farming" is conducted…

Foods of the Future

THE NEXT SALMON Hailed by scientists as “the next salmon,” the cobia fish grows 10 times bigger than the average fish, and has virtually no fishy flavor! The biggest plus is that it still has all the nutrients and healthy fats, so anyone…
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Open Blue Uses the Latest Technology

Sonars and Underwater Cameras Aid Aquaculture Industry www.TidingsOnline.com   The worldwide demand for seafood products is expected to more than double in the next 10 to 15 years. However, the amount of seafood being harvested from our…

The Fate of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Discharged from Open-Ocean Aquaculture Facilities

A PhD DISSERTATION PROPOSAL (Abbreviated Version) [spacing amount="10"] By Aaron W. Welch, University of Miami [spacing amount="10"] Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences and Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy [spacing…

Why do americans dislike fish farming?

In America, fish farming — or aquaculture — usually elicits a neutral or negative response from people. Why? By Keith Hayse-Gregson & James Diana www.EarthSky.org Walk past a koi or carp pond in a business park, and you don’t typically…