14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The country's foremost pioneers of sustainable open ocean aquaculture, or mariculture, have recently revealed their latest research of cutting-edge technologies that will allow the farming of fish in their natural marine environment without affecting pristine ocean ecosystems.
What does OOA stand for?
OOA stands for Open Ocean Aquaculture
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But now, a bill proposed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), will expand the opportunities for federal off-shore open ocean aquaculture (OOA) in the EEZ--the Exclusive Economic Zone--that rings the American coastline from 3 to 200 miles out.
We wanted to see if it was possible to farm fish and shellfish offshore, in an extreme environment like the Gulf of Maine," says Richard Langan, director of the University of New Hampshire's Open Ocean Aquaculture project, which is also raising halibut, mussels and sea scallops in sunken cages.
NEW YORK & PANAMA CITY -- Open Blue Sea Farms, the leading practitioner of sustainable open ocean aquaculture, announced today an agreement to acquire the major assets of Pristine Oceans, forming the world's largest open ocean aquaculture operation by year-end.
Today's vote should serve as the impetus Congress needs to debate the merits of a precautionary aquaculture bill that protects the nation's oceans from the risks of an expanding domestic open ocean aquaculture industry.
Kona Blue is committed to building an environmentally sustainable future through marine fish hatchery technology, sustainable feeds, and open ocean aquaculture.
Kona Blue Water Farms, the first integrated hatchery and open ocean aquaculture operation in the United States, sustainably raises Kona Kampachi[R], a Hawaiian yellowtail fish.
KONA, Hawaii -- A diverse group of Ocean Stewards Institute members, representing the full breadth and depth of the emerging open ocean aquaculture industry, convened at the National Marine Aquaculture Summit in Washington, D.