February 12, 2008
Salmon farming good for the environment, study shows
A fish farm in North Puget Sound in Washington State was the focus of a NOAA sponsored technical report that studied the colonization of marine invertebrate, seaweeds and other organisms on and around fish farms.
The hypothesis confirmed that several types of invertebrate are benefiting from the nutrients of fish farm waste and the habitat that the farm structure creates.
Download: Final Report - Beneficial Environmental Effects of Marine Finfish Aquaculture (PDF)
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