Developing Porphyra/salmon integrated aquaculture for bioremediation and diversification of the aquaculture industry

@article{Chopin2004DevelopingPI,
  title={Developing Porphyra/salmon integrated aquaculture for bioremediation and diversification of the aquaculture industry},
  author={Thierry Chopin and Charles Yarish and Robert E. Bodenheimer Dr. Thomas L. Davis Dr. A. B. Bonds Wilkes and Ellen Belyea and Shan Lu and Arthur C. Mathieson},
  journal={Journal of Applied Phycology},
  year={2004},
  volume={11},
  pages={463-472}
}
For rapid growth and appropriate pigmentation,Porphyra requires the constant availability of nutrients, especially in summer when temperate waters are generally nutrient depleted. Cultivation near salmon cages allows the alleviation of this seasonal depletion by using the significant loading of fishf arms, which is then valued (wastes become fertilisers) and managed (competition for nutrients between desirable algal crops and problem species associated with severe disturbances). Porphyra,being… CONTINUE READING
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