AlgaeBase - An online database of information on algae that includes terrestrial, marine and freshwater organisms.
Agriscape Inc - An online directory on agriculture and its surrounding industry. Agriscape provides a search engine for agricultural professionals and other interested parties who wish to research various products, services, information, and other topics of agriculture existing on the web.
American Fisheries Society - The American Fisheries Society mission is to improve the conservation and sustainability of fishery resources and aquatic ecosystems by advancing fisheries and aquatic science and promoting the development of fisheries professionals. There is access to an extensive variety of aquaculture materials on this site.
American Soybean Association - Aquaculture Technical Bulletins about feed management and use of Soybean Meal in the diets of various species.
American Tilapia Association - Web site for information regarding the American Tilapia Association, providing access to information about the fish which is the fastest growing aquaculture crop in the United States and around the world.
Aquaculture Jobs - For both employers and candidates, an online service for aquaculture jobs.
Bluefin Tuna Aquaculture Subprogram - The mission of the SBT Aquaculture Subprogram is to facilitate and promote through scientific and technical research, the development of a sustainable and profitable SBT aquaculture industry recognised internationally for its product quality, environmental awareness and technical innovation - benefiting Australia.
British Trout Association - The British Trout Association was set up in 1983 and represents in the region of 80% of trout production in the UK. Provides media news, education, recipes and fish facts.
FishBase - FishBase, is a global information system with all you ever wanted to know about fishes.
Fish Jobs - FishJobs is the leading on-line employment service serving the fisheries, aquaculture and seafood industry.
Fishbio - Fishbio Fish-Jobs - Fisheries Research, Monitoring, and Conservation.
Fish Trade Regulations on the web - Presented by Globefish, trade, health & safety, environment & development, regulations by commodity, and tariffs & statisical databases.
Fishmeal Information Network - The Fishmeal Information Network (FIN) is an information resource and a source of contacts for fishmeal, its supply chain and its role in the nutrition of farm livestock.
Global Aquaculture Alliance - Promoting sustainable, environmentally friendly fish and shellfish farming in communities around the world.
Growfish.com - Australian site featuring extensive resources, local and world news focused on the development of the industry. Available in 9 languages.
Iceland Statistics - Comprehensive statistics pertaining to all Icelandic fisheries and aquaculture.
International Collective in Support of Fishworkers - Guidebook that provides a quick overview of the Work in Fishing Convention, 2007, which was adopted in Geneva, Switzerland, in June 2007 at the 96th International Labour Conference (ILC) of the International Labour Organization (ILO).
Seafood Spoilage and Safety Predictor (SSSP) - The SSSP software predicts shelf-life and growth of bacteria in different fresh and lightly preserved seafoods e.g. the effect of product temperature profiles recorded over time by data loggers.
Seaplant.net - Seaplant news, views, product information and technical assistance are available on this site.
SeaWeb - Multimedia public education project designed to raise awareness of the world ocean and the life within it.
UA Aquaculture Pathology Laboratory - Works with commercial shrimp farming enterprises, research institutions and nongovernmental organizations, or NGOs, from across the world to diagnose infectious diseases of penaeid shrimp and other crustaceans in samples delivered to the UA, certify pathogen-free stock, test feed ingredients, conduct research and train shrimp disease specialists.
USFDA - FDA Seafood Guidance, Compliance & Regulatory Information.
World Aquaculture - This site was designed to present a vast, dynamic database of information pertaining to aquaculture. Includes information on aquaculture and the environment, diseases, trend, species and country data. There are also many photos as well as video and audio presentations.
World Fisheries Trust - Organization that promotes the conservation of wild fish stocks, their biological diversity and their habitat.
FAO Aquaculture Newsletter - A quarterly print newsletter published by the Fisheries Department of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations available as a pdf or html.
FishfarmingXpert - publishers of news and scientific based articles in the Norwegian aquaculture business.
FishFiles Lite - A monthly email information service on EU fisheries and food issues, based on the Official Journal of the European Communities and other sources of EU information.
FishNews - Monthly automated, e-mail-based newsletter that provides electronic notification of important actions, rules, policies and programs. Newsletter is coordinated by the National Marine Fisheries Service's Office of Constituent Services.
MegaPesca - Monthly email information service on EU fisheries and food issues, based on the Official Journal of the European Communities and other sources of EU information.
NOAA and University of New Hampshire Cooperative Institute for Mariculture and Fisheries developed OOA (Open Ocean Aquaculture) to demonstrate the feasibility of off-shore aquaculture and to further the establishment of a viable commercial aquaculture industry in New England and other regions of the United States. Their website contains several videos and photo galleries to demonstrate the different areas of study.
OOA Videos may be found here:
Finfish Aquaculture: Summer flounder were chosen as the first species, and they were stocked into the offshore pens in both 1999 and 2000;
Aquaculture: Shellfish culture demonstrates the technical and economic feasibility of culturing bivalve molluscs in exposed oceanic environments;
Engineering: The engineering component of the Open Ocean Aquaculture project demonstrates the development of engineering tools for analysis, designing, computer modeling, physical model testing, and full scale evaluation of fish cages and their associated mooring systems.
The Open Ocean aquaculture project home may be found here: OOA Home.
A Short film for the IFFO RS
The IFFO Global Standard for Responsible Supply is rapidly becoming the recognised standard allowing producers and distributors or fishmeal and fish oil to demostrate their resposible practices. The short video below serves as an introduction to standard and the reasons it was developed.