Aquaculture Essays

´╗┐are the Oceans Being Overfished_

Imagine a couple going out to dinner at a local restaurant: to start off they order shrimp cocktail followed by a main entree of tuna steak. As they enjoy dinner, chances are they are not contemplating the source or the environmental impact of their seafood choices. As Bill Daley, a writer for the Chicago Tribune reported in 2009, “Overfishing is threatening to wipe out entire species while fish farming can wreak environmental havoc if not done right.” In fact, Daley…

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Kalastaa Inc. Case Study

Kalastaa Inc. have been in the local Finnish aquaculture industry for nearly fourteen years. They raise salmon and trout for local markets, and have recently negotiated a deal with a small fish processing plant that distributes under a major product label in Finland. Although they run a rather small operation, employing 16 people year-round, Kalastaa believes they are in a position to export some surplus and perhaps broker further deals with fish processing plants around the European Union. They do…

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Catch of the day Kalastaa Inc. have been in the local Finnish aquaculture industry for nearly fourteen years. They raise salmon and trout for local markets, and have recently negotiated a deal with a small fish processing plant that distributes under a major product label in Finland. Although they run a rather small operation, employing 16 people year-round, Kalastaa believes they are in a position to export some surplus and perhaps broker further deals with fish processing plants around the…

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Cross Cultural Communication,

The purpose of this essay is to use reflection on an aspect of my learning that I have come across so far as a student nurse, and how I plan to use this knowledge when I start my placements. This will give me a good base on which to build my interpersonal skills. After having a brief introduction on various religions, it brought to my attention the diversity in multi cultural societies and how, as a nurse I need a…

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Industrial Salmon Farming

Fish farming, also known as Aquaculture, is an industry that uses sea life for commercial purposes. One of the most common fish species that are farmed worldwide is salmon. Most of the salmon Americans consume are farmed in British Columbia and grow in open net cages placed directly in the ocean; creating environmental threats in all areas it takes place. The problem with open net cages that are placed directly in the ocean is; the release of ocean harming farm…

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