Escola Superior de Biotecnologia

Paula Castro: "Aquaculture: What you need to know about this way of putting fish on the table"

Wednesday, September 05, 2022 - 9:48


Aquaculture is the production of marine species in a controlled space. These are facilities whose objective is the reproduction, fattening and purification of fish, crustaceans and molluscs in order to increase their population so that human consumption does not endanger their existence in their natural habitat.

In Portugal, this activity is considered an important alternative to the traditional supply of fish. This type of production can be developed in three ways: in an extensive, semi-intensive or intensive regime.

Read the article in full here.

 

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In Portugal, this activity is considered an important alternative to the traditional supply of fish. This type of production can be developed in three ways: in an extensive, semi-intensive or intensive regime.

Read the article in full here.

 

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Aquaculture is the production of marine species in a controlled space. These are facilities whose objective is the reproduction, fattening and purification of fish, crustaceans and molluscs in order to increase their population so that human consumption does not endanger their existence in their natural habitat.

In Portugal, this activity is considered an important alternative to the traditional supply of fish. This type of production can be developed in three ways: in an extensive, semi-intensive or intensive regime.

Read the article in full here.

 

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