February 27, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. EST
Marine finfish aquaculture in the United States represents an opportunity to provide domestic seafood, create jobs, contribute to coastal economies, and help improve community health. Significant advances in fish farming technology and best management practices have decreased the environmental footprint and increased the economic performance and sustainability of marine aquaculture. Hear from marine aquaculture experts about proper siting and husbandry, best management practices, appropriate technologies and tools to minimize or eliminate diseases, therapeutants, and controlling excess nutrients in benthic habitats and the release of nonnative
- Mike Rust, Ph.D., NOAA Fisheries
- Jesse Trushenski, Ph.D., Riverence
- Craig Watson, University of Florida
- Jennifer Molloy, US EPA
- Guillaume Salze, Ph.D., Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc.