First Look: Study on Marine Aquaculture Data and Policy to Support Sustainable Development in the US

In 2019 researchers and experts in the Froehlich Lab at the University of California, Santa Barbara and the Rasster Lab at Florida State University as well as California Sea Grant and the Aquarium of the Pacific's Seafood for the Future program were awarded funds from National Sea Grant to study marine aquaculture data and policy to support sustainable development in the United States. The results of this research have yielded some interesting findings, including inconsistency and uncertainty in how marine aquaculture data are collected and shared and a broad diversity of policies concerning marine aquaculture development across coastal states. Understanding the current status of the aquaculture industry in terms of production and policy is essential to the sustainable development of this industry. This video of the public webinar from June 2, 2021 shares more about this study and implications for the future of marine aquaculture development in the U.S. Featuring Dr. Halley Froehlich, Dr. Sarah Lester, Dr. Rebecca Gentry, Mae Rennick, Hayley Lemoine, and Kimberly Thompson.

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