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The Role of Aquaculture in Meeting Global Seafood Demand

June 20 conference in Seattle will bring together scientists, business professionals and government representatives from both sides of the Atlantic to search for common ground on addressing future challenges and opportunities in global aquaculture.

June 8, 2005

The Role of Aquaculture in Meeting Global Seafood Demand

June 20, 2005

Seattle, Washington, US,

The conference will bring together scientists, business professionals and government representatives from both sides of the Atlantic to search for common ground on addressing future challenges and opportunities in global aquaculture.

National experiences from the perspective of government and industry will be examined. Lessons learned will be highlighted.

The conference will seek to clarify urgent and long-term research challenges for the sustainable development of a new global industry and identify the realworld approaches that have been adopted to deal with these challenges.

What do traditional seafood producing companies think about aquaculture? What do volume seafood buyers really want? How has the market for seafood changed? What will be the role of aquaculture in meeting seafood demand?

The meeting is organized by The Royal Norwegian Embassy US Forum for Research and Technology in co-operation with NOAA FIsheries, Aquanet, School of Marine Affairs University of Wahington and the Pacific Aquaculture Caucus

To register, please email Julie Hahn at JKHahn@u.washington.edu by June 17 and include the words Aquaculture Conference in the subject line.

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