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Deep Sea Fish Farming in Geodesic Domes: Upgrade
In this episode of Upgrade, Motherboard goes to Baja California, Mexico to get a firsthand look at these free floating pods, and to get an understanding for why we need better ways to cultivate our future food sources. Whether it’s found on a plate of sushi, grilled in our backyard, or thrown on pasta, seafood is a staple for many diets around the world, and demand is growing. And as the commercial seafood industry booms, fish stocks worldwide face perilous declines. We’ve surpassed our capacity to sustainably fish wild caught fish, shrimp, and mollusks from the ocean, and so we’ve turned to aquaculture, or fish farming, as a strategy to meet demand for our growing appetites for water-borne critters. The aquaculture industry is growing fast. According to the FAO, per capita production of seafood from aquaculture has increased 6.9 percent annually since 1970. Unfortunately for us and for our Earth, current methods of fish farming often involve crowded, tethered pens, which can have poor water circulation and contribute to the spread of disease, and put large amounts of environmental stress on the surrounding waterways. This is where Steve Page of Ocean Farm Technologies comes in. Taking inspiration from naturally-occurring schools of fish and Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic domes, Page co-designed the Aquapod, a free floating, untethered deep ocean fish habitat which reduces overcrowding, and creates less stress on surrounding environments due to its unique ability to change location with the ocean's current. Subscribe to MOTHERBOARD: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-To-MOTHERBOARD Follow MOTHERBOARD Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/motherboardtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/motherboard Tumblr: http://motherboardtv.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/motherboardtv
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Fish farming revolution In conjunction with Nordlaks, NSK Ship Design has designed an aquaculture ship that could be the beginning of a sustainable revolution in the fish farming industry. There is an air of excitement at NSK Ship Design, because they have been quietly working away since June 2015 on a special project for Nordlaks – a project that can be classified as no less than sensational for the fish farming industry. The world’s largest ship On the drawing board is a ship known as Havfarm (“Ocean Farm”), 430 metres in length and 54 metres wide, it will lay at anchor, fixed to the seafloor using the offshore industry’s technological solutions. Norway is a world leader in this field, and the Norwegian industry is comfortable creating solutions that can withstand very tough conditions at sea. The aquaculture industry is basically being taken from the fjords to the ocean. If the project is completed as it has been designed, it will be the longest ship in the world. For reference, the world’s largest cruise ship is 360 metres long. The longest hangar ship in the world, the American USS Enterprise, is 342 metres long. One Havfarm will be able to contain 10,000 tons of salmon – over 2 million fish. For comparison, the Nordlaks salmon slaughterhouse at Børøya produces 70,000 tons a year. The facilities will be able to withstand a significant wave height of ten metres, and can be raised by four metres during inclement weather. The ocean farm itself will extend ten metres below sea level. The farm will be constructed as a steel frame for six “cages” measuring 50 by 50 metres on the surface, with aquaculture nets going to a depth of 60 metres. At the time Inge Berg from Nordlaks contacted us, we had previously been flirting with the idea of producing a larger construction from scratch. Berg came up with a very thorough idea of how to move from aquaculture pens to aquaculture ships in the open ocean, says sales manager Thomas Myhre. Because steel louse skirts at a depth of ten metres will make sea lice history. When the Havfarm lays at anchor, the spreading area for waste products will be 27 times larger than it would be for ordinary pens, a massive 472,000 square metres. To the extent lice may appear on the salmon, the farm can facilitate the manual removal of sea lice. This also provides a totally chemical-free production. The use of chemicals to remove lice has been a much-debated environmental issue, and has been a major expense for the industry as well. This will change the direction of the aquaculture industry, which has been struggling due to such issues.
Views: 34685 NSK Ship Design
Farming the Sea - Full Episode
An ever-growing demand for fresh seafood has pushed wild fish stocks around the world to the brink. In Florida, scientists and other experts are farming the sea in an attempt to alleviate some of these fishing pressures. “Aquaculture,” or “fish farming,” is the cultivation of marine or freshwater organisms. Some aquaculture methods have been highly criticized for their negative environmental impacts, but other, more environmentally friendly techniques, are being perfected at various research institutions in Florida. Changing Seas travels from coast to coast, meeting with experts who raise fish for food production and to replenish depleted wild populations. Learn how scientists are making it possible to grow marine fish miles away from shore, and discover which Florida research facilities are testing new methods for making aquaculture more environmentally sustainable and efficient. Also visit Cedar Key, Florida, where aquaculture has helped to preserve the area’s rich fishing heritage. Here, former gillnet fishermen turned clam-farmers harvest their product with little impact to the local ecosystems. Learn more at www.changingseas.tv or facebook.com/changingseas
Views: 95596 ChangingSeasTV
Spanish/Nat Off the coast of Arenis de Mar, near Barcelona in Spain lies a revolutionary farm -- considered to be the world's biggest fish farm at sea. Farmed in their natural environment, this fish farm could provide the best alternative to the problem of ever dwindling fish stocks. Off the coast of Arenis de Mar, near Barcelona in Spain, lies a platform considered to hold the world's biggest fish farm. The farm holds in its nets 140-thousand alevins seabreams, fed twice a day by a crew of four sailors. The fishermen are part of a co-operative, the Cultivos Marinos del Maresme, that cultivates the seabream farm. The fish are farmed in their natural environment and therefore considered as good as any caught in the open seas. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) The seabream from a fishfarm are as good as the wild ones. I won't say better, because some would argue my point, but because we are farming them in their natural environment, we are also giving them the exact same food that they would find in their natural habitat. SUPER CAPTION: Antonio Marzoa, General Manager of Cultivos Marinos The alevins are fed with pellets of fish flour and are kept surrounded by a wall of nets for protection from possible predators. Their death rate is estimated at 10 percent of the total school. The farm is a pioneering venture -- but also hard work. A lot of the work simply goes in looking after the platform against the harsh sea. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Yes it is an exiting work, because among other things it is also pioneer work, but now in winter, when it is cold, and the seas are rough, you wonder, at times, what are you doing this for. SUPER CAPTION: Jordi Carreras, Biologist SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) As always when working at sea, the most demanding of the works is maintenance, the maintenance of the iron structure of the platform, the wood parts, all these materials are getting damaged very fast. SUPER CAPTION: Jose Menese, Sailor But if the hard work is put into the venture, those involved believe their farm will provide a decent living for them. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) It is obvious this profession is here to stay, particularly when you see the tremendous problems traditional fishing is having at a world scale, as it only takes away fish from the sea. There is no doubt the future lies in aqua-culture, Now does one become a millionaire by doing this? I don't think so, but one can earn a decent living, yes. SUPER CAPTION: Antonio Marzoa, Manager of Cultivos Marinos With the strain conventional fishing has on fish stocks, this form of farming could be the way forward for the fishing industry. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6241aa1d0a75a0848cba1f2c7ca45048 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 368 AP Archive
Onward: Visit the World's Largest Open-Ocean Fish Farm | National Geographic
Located off the coast of Panama, the world's largest open-ocean fish farm raises hundreds of thousands of cobia fish in colossal underwater pods. Brian O'Hanlon, whose company runs the farms, hopes to bring this sustainable aquaculture approach to more coasts, and cobia to more plates. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Read more about cobia and this style of fish farming: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/special-features/2014/04/140430-other-white-meat-fish-aquaculture-cobia/ By 2050 we'll need to feed two billion more people. Click here for a special eight-month series exploring how we can do that—without overwhelming the planet: http://food.nationalgeographic.com. Onward is a project to explore the world and share its untold stories. Hit the road with National Geographic multimedia journalists Spencer Millsap and Dan Stone at http://onward.nationalgeographic.com, or tweet them at @spono and @danenroute to join the conversation. VIDEOGRAPHY & EDITING: Spencer Millsap Onward: Visit the World's Largest Open-Ocean Fish Farm | National Geographic https://youtu.be/vuRZNLGZ2zw National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 67405 National Geographic
🌏 Farming underwater: 3D solutions for land and sea | Earthrise
Food production is facing challenges that require new, more creative and sustainable solutions. Companies involved in various segments of the industry, including agriculture and fishing, are looking at revolutionising the current systems, which have left bodies of water overfished and land in terrible condition. On Long Island in New York, locals are tackling overfishing by using a new system that brings industries together. Fishermen and scientists have collaborated to realise and improve 3D farming. 3D ocean farming is a system that grows a mix of seaweed crops and shellfish - including mussels and oysters - under the water's surface. This polyculture vertical farming system requires zero input because the sea plants filter and sequester carbon, making it, at this moment, the most sustainable means of food production on the planet. "Imagine an underwater garden where you’re using the entire water column which means we have very small footprints," tells ocean farmer Bren Smith. Additionally, this system also sequesters carbon and rebuilds the reef's ecosystem. The crops and shellfish grown underwater can be used as food, fertiliser, animal feed and even energy. In this way, climate change can be tackled while producing food, i.e. the food itself is the water filter. "[mussels are] really lean proteins packed full of omega 3s, but also soak up and use nitrogen to grow... this farm filters millions of gallons of water a week and oysters filter up to 50 gallons a day," Smith says. "We have to tell a story, a helpful story about the future. You know, it's all bad news about climate change and food security. I think out here we can say our oceans are a blank slate and we really have a chance to really build something new, and build something from the bottom up that's sustainable and restorative and doesn't make all the mistakes of industrial agriculture or aquaculture," Smith explains.
Views: 3371 Al Jazeera English
Bluefin Tuna Farming in the Japan Ocean
The Japanese eat one in ten of the world's fish, and 80 per cent of the planet's prized —and critically threatened — Bluefin tuna They are infant bluefin tuna. Scientists in this laboratory are trying to grasp what they call the holy grail of aquaculture. Thank you for watching this video
Views: 10539 Glenn Bouchard
Smart Floating Farm: Forward Thinking Architecture’s invention could help feed the world - TomoNews
BARCELONA, SPAIN — A Barcelona-based company has developed a solar powered floating farm system that could ease growing food demand around the world. Smart Floating Farms, otherwise known as SFF, was developed by Forward Thinking Architecture. The idea was inspired by traditional grid-shape fish farms in Asia. The structure is 200 meters wide and 350 meters long, which is roughly the size of 6 football fields. They can be connected to form a cluster of modules. The floating farm has three levels: the top level is installed with photovoltaic panels to harvest sunlight for electricity and it has rainwater collectors for irrigation purposes; second level serves as a greenhouse for the vegetables, which are grown without soil under the hydroponic system; and the ground level is used as a fish farm on the open sea, as well as a fish egg hatchery, a slaughterhouse and a storage room for the fish. All the modules are centrally controlled by software via Cloud technology. The production data will be analysed and can be used to make comparisons on food needs for specific cities. Each SFF is estimated to have a maximum production of 8.152 tons of vegetables and 1.703 tons of fish per year. The floating farms are ideal for densely populated cities near coastal areas such as Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.com Check out our Android app:http://bit.ly/1sYjIzc Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Kim Jong Un Inspects Fish Farms
Pyongyang, July 17 (KCNA) -- The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un gave field guidance to the Raksan Offshore Salmon Farm and the Sokmak Atlantic Salmon Pedigree Farm run by Unit 810 of the Korean People's Army. He visited the Raksan Offshore Salmon Farm. Going round the room for education in the revolutionary history and cage-net fish breeding ground, he acquainted himself in detail with the production at the farm. It is important to create clean environment and establish a strict hygienic and anti-epidemic system in fish breeding grounds like in stockbreeding, he noted with appreciation that ten-odd settling troughs were newly arranged at rivers flowing to Raksan Bay and at waste water outlets of industrial establishments and seaweed and tangle culture grounds were built around cage-net fish breeding ground to prevent sea pollution and protect ecological environment. He said that advanced technology should be positively introduced to put the offshore fish farming, cage-net fish farming, on a scientific and industrial basis and big efforts be directed to the work for preserving the uncontaminated ecological environment of sea on a high level so as to expand the water areas fit for breeding Atlantic salmon and produce this kind of fish in a larger quantity. It is necessary to raise the level of putting the production of processed salmon on a scientific, automatic and modern basis, strictly ensure its hygienic safety and quality and realize its standardization, he said, adding that Atlantic salmon bred on the East Sea of Korea and processed fish should be intensively supplied to the Pyongyang Taedonggang Seafood Restaurant to improve the people's diet. He also toured the Sokmak Atlantic Salmon Pedigree Farm. Going round the room for education in the revolutionary history, open-air fishing pond and other parts of the farm, he learned about its management and operation. He highly appreciated the officials and employees of the farm for having done a lot of work through a dynamic drive for updating the farm on a high level over the last three years to carry out the tasks given by him on the spot in May 2015. They spruced up the room for education in the revolutionary history, established an automatic control system for water recycling by computer and newly built oxygen-generating station, cylinder caisson and ultraviolet sterilizing station to increase the capability of water purification and oxygen saturation. They also rebuilt the modern fattening ground in a hygienic and anti-epidemic way to raise the survival rate of fry salmon, remodeled 54 concrete fishing ponds at 6 indoor blocks into resin ones and settled the problem of disposing waste water to decisively decrease the death rate of fish. Besides, they newly built superfine grinder, bulking feed plant and 1000-ton feed storehouse and established a system of feed production by antibiosis. Giving appreciation of such achievements, the Supreme Leader said it is vary admirable that our scientists established a technique for preventing group death of salmon fries and thus made it possible to breed hundreds of thousands of salmon fries at sea this year. Now it is possible to further activate the culture of salmon given the enough material and technical foundations for safety production of Atlantic salmon and the increase of the level of its scientification and modernization, he noted, expressing his great pleasure over the appearance of a promising delicious fish producer in the country. He had a photo session with the officials and employees of the pedigree farm, expressing the expectation and belief that they would be a model of the country in implementing the WPK's pisciculture policy by steadily adding to the achievements under the banner of putting the fish farming on a Juche, modern, scientific, industrial and intensive basis. Accompanying him were Hwang Pyong So, Jo Yong Won, O Il Jong and Kim Yong Su, senior officials of the WPK Central Committee. -0-
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VOS1-11 Full Episode - Farming Fish
We check out the supersized aquaponics setup at Maui Aquaponics, where Ed Cichon and Chris Kiser show us how they grow talapia and lettuce in a pest and fertilizer free environment. We then tour UH Sea Grant Hilo's sturgeonfish and other aquaculture projects with Kevin Hopkins. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.
Views: 302707 Voice of the Sea TV
Fish farm(at sea)
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Ocean Farm Technologies Inc. develops and markets innovative technology for aquaculture in exposed open ocean conditions. OFT has exclusive license rights to develop and market the Aquapod™ containment system, a proprietary design. Although the Aquapod is OFT's premier product, the company is also developing technology for feeding, cultivating, transfer and harvesting fish in open ocean systems. The market for these systems is world wide.
Views: 30983 BConsulting
Largest in the world! China's 1st deep-sea fish farm put to use
Here comes a mammoth fish farm! As tall as an 11-storey building and as heavy as 175 trucks combined, it is China's first homegrown deep-sea fish farm and the world's largest of its kind.
Views: 1013 New China TV
Fish Farming in California
Kent SeaTech is the world's largest hybrid striped bass farm and California's largest fish farm. For more information, please visit: http://www.californiabountiful.com/features/article.aspx?arID=252
Views: 112714 CaBountiful
Closed containment - The future of fish farming
Closed containment is the future of salmon farming in B.C. Sea lice infestations, farm waste, disease and escaped farmed salmon could be distant, unpleasant memories if the salmon farming industry switches from open-net cages to closed containment technology.
Views: 394211 Living Oceans
Feeding Fishes at Fish Farm
Fish farming at sea off the coast of Tanjong Piandang in Perak, Malaysia.
Views: 23181 Terry Tan Lee Ban
Fish Farm of the Future Goes Vegetarian to Save Seafood
Feb. 23 -- Fish farms have a big problem: They’ve been making feed out of sardines and anchovies from the oceans, a source that could be depleted within a few decades. A California company called TwoXSea could have a solution: They’ve developed the first completely vegetarian fish feed to be used commercially in the U.S., with the help of a USDA scientist who has made fish nutrition his life’s work. (Video by: Alan Jeffries, Amy Marino) (Music by Andy Clausen)
Views: 16588 Bloomberg
Fish Meat 'The Ideal Fish Farm'
The age of fish meat is here. Our hunger for seafood grows and grows but the seas are running out of fish. Currently over half the fish the world consumes comes from fish farms. But what exactly is farmed fish? Where does it come from, and how is it made? Two friends, a fish scientist and engineer, take a scientific voyage along the coast of Turkey to pull back the cover on modern fish farming. Along the way they discover the tragedy of Bluefin Tuna and the joy of carp. http://fisnavy.com
Views: 9739 Fish Navy Films
Made in China: China builds world’s first offshore fish farm for Norway
China has finished building the world’s first deep-sea fish farm off the coast of Qingdao City, east China's Shandong Province, incorporating the most advanced and sustainable technology in fish breeding. The mega-structure will soon be delivered to Norway as the Scandinavian country braves new waters in offshore fish farming. "Ocean Farm 1" goes beyond the narrow definition of a farm, offering a fully-automated platform for marine projects and preparing the ground for testing the biological and technological dimensions of open ocean aquaculture. It is "a full-scale pilot facility for testing, learning, research and development. It will be equipped for R&D activities, with particular focus on biological conditions and fish welfare. Aiming to reduce environmental footprints, improve fish welfare and answer acreage challenges," reads an introduction page about the naval structure on the official website of SalMar, the Norwegian fish farm company commissioning the project. Built by Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry Group, a subsidiary of the China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation, the semi-submersible facility exemplifies the progress and mastery of China's naval engineering capabilities. SalMar had provided an initial layout with their preferences, and the Chinese company conducted engineering design and construction. However, the construction process was not without hurdles. According to Yan Jun, Deputy Chief Engineer of Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry Group, the sheer size of the main body of the farm, up to 70 meters in height (or 23 storeys), pauses challenges for installation precision, especially that deep-sea waters are involved. The "unparalleled" technology will allow the farm to "float" in half-dive mode. The 110-meters wide structure can contain 250,000 cubic meters in volume (equivalent to roughly 200 standard swimming pools), and withstand magnitude 12 earthquakes. Some 20,000 sensors allow the marine site to achieve complete automation in monitoring and feeding the fish. The farm can mature up to 1.5 million in 14 months or 8,000 tons of fish. The salmon market accounts for 20 percent of Norway's GDP. The super fish farm is also equipped with a 360 degree revolving gate for cleaning fish nets and driving fish shoals. "The revolving gate requires an accurately rotating axis and the precise installation of the framework, which were installed using remote control methods with precision to the millimeter," Yan noted. Yan said technical transformation and the "Made in China" program are changing the face of China's shipbuilding industry, giving it a competitive advantage and international recognition. "We have achieved a safety record of 6.2 million error-free work hours and precision control of every part, every welding seam, every pipeline and every valve. That shows the level of upgrade of China's manufacturing and the confidence of customers in China's manufacturing," said Chen Haiyong, Director of the Norway fish farm project. The fish farm was officially handed over to the Norwegian company at a ceremony on Saturday. The structure will be sea transferred on June 10 to the coast of Norway, in a journey which will take up to six weeks.
Fish Farms at Sea: No Environmental Impact?
Teaching Moment: New ways to farm fish without impacting the environment - Traditional fish farms have environmental issues because of their ultra-concentration of fish, so now a Hawaiian company has come up with a solution that involves a 22-foot floating "Aquapod" that contains the fish while it floats in the open ocean...and they say the environmental impact is zero!
Views: 422 TGMsEducationList
The Floating Fish Farms of China
In the sheltered coastal waters of the Bohai Sea, the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea and the South China Sea, there are large fish farms where marine crustaceans such as shrimps, and molluscs such as oysters, are raised in artificial enclosures. These farms are created by floating netted enclosures from a sprawling network of interconnected wooden pathways and platforms. Over these, fishermen have built wooden houses and huts where entire families live.
Views: 1299 John Bern
Minecraft How to Make a  Fish Farm: An Underwater Farm by Avomance 4 Wet Things Like Fish & Drowned
Sometimes the best way to fish is to cast a net and just wait. This Sea Farm in Minecraft will capture all things fishy and wet and collect their goodies for you! Totally Expandable! In todays Minecraft Farm episode from me, Avomance, I offer you an easy farm that will allow you to collect different types of treasures under the sea It will capture Drowned, Fish and even other sea faring creatures. So very easy and works great! Set it up near you base so it works while you do other things. Perfect for AFK or just for letting it run in your loaded chunks! An easy under the sea farm in Minecraft Update Aquatic 1.13.1. Almost no redstone at all and still works great! An easy underwater minecraft farm tutorial *** A fun easy minecraft Farm to get you gold, nautilus shells, bonemeal, fish and rotten flesh for trading with villagers! *** Easy Minecraft Tutorial to help you make create a drowned farm in minecraft. A trident farm to get your underwater weapons A really great easy lets build tutorial ITS A GREAT FAMILY FRIENDLY MINECRAFT BUILDING TUTORIAL WITH GREAT MINECRAFT BUILDING IDEAS You can follow me here: Twitter: @AvoMinecraft Facebook: Avomance Minecraft Instagram: AvoMinecraft SnapChat: Avomance Come and find me! *** A FAMILY FRIENDLY CHANNEL WITH NO SWEARING A CHILD FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT *** Other tutorials, are available on my channel. Many more also available! No Redstone Elevator - single floor version: https://youtu.be/fht6qcpPL7s The wooden cottage is here: https://youtu.be/r460FV0Q7iA Starter survival house is here: https://youtu.be/4HDEr8BoEpU The Hidden Piston door | Jeb Door is here: https://youtu.be/DnPGwvSLoeY The Large Modern House is here: https://youtu.be/df8Yraz2FtI Please do go take a look - and hit like! There are many others to choose from too! If you enjoy the video, don't forget to hit that like button and leave me a comment on what else you might like me to do a Tutorial on. *** Minecraft is a creative building game created by Mojang. The creators, who go by the names of Notch and Jeb in game, sold the company to Microsoft for a MASSIVE amount of money. Notch is no longer associated with the game, Jeb still is (as I write this) It allows the payer to build and mine in a format of blocks of different types to create ever more complex constructions. As the game progresses, you can combine blocks to create more useful objects to help you on your adventures. The game was made famous by creators such as Dan TDM The Diamond Minecart, Stampy, PopularMMOs, Captain Sparkles, Ssundee and LDShadowLady, Little Lizard and many more - all great YouTubers who play this amazing Minecraft game so very well. Redstone geniuses like Fed X Gaming, Mumbo, Seth and Xisumavoid also make this game great ***
Views: 14381 Avomance
How to build a fish pond | Fish farming in Backyard
How to build a fish pond with plastic sheets. Fish Tank, easy steps to make a fish tank how to start small scale fish farm | Step by step procedures for building a fish tank in backyard. Moodayil Fish farm Ernakulam Building a fish pond with plastic sheet is little harder but low cost. A 200 Gsm silpaulin sheet can last upto 7 years. so its preferable for a artificial fish pond. Here in this pond i am cultivating Tilapia and nutter
Views: 2180590 AgriTech
Scottish Sea Farms
A Muckle Hen Production for Scottish Sea Farms - visit us at http://www.mucklehen.com Scottish Sea Farms wanted a short film to explain the environmentally friendly sustainable solution they had found to help reduce chemicals in the salmon farming - the use of cleaner Wrasse fish.
Views: 2552 Muckle Hen
Our Singapore fish farms: From kelongs to wifi
Discover the evolution of fish farms and how some fish farmers still prefer the old school methods over technology. Catch this and more on www.razortv.com.sg
Views: 29635 SPH Razor
A Fish Farm in the Sea
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Marine Fish Farming and Breeding(Grouper in Malaysia)
The many plastic basins are for packing and counting of high valued marine species such as Hybrid Grouper, Snapper and Sea Bass.The STAC marine fish farming and breeding courses are now popular among the many new players of the aquaInvestments in Malaysia and oversea participants.
Views: 50688 Eng-Wah Khoo
Slippery Salmon: from farm to fork
See how salmon get from farm to fork, from the floating pens at sea, to the harvesting station and onto the processing plant, ready for you to buy in the shops. For lots of great resources to support this video, visit our website: http://www.eathappyproject.com/online-field-trips/slippery-salmon/
Views: 9527 Eat Happy Project
Visiting a Salt Water Fish Farm in Krabi, Thailand | HD Video
Visit my website at http://www.junglejoel.com - this fish farm is south of Ao Nang Beach, in Krabi, Thailand. There is a canal visible in the beginning of the video that brings the ocean water into the farm, where fish are raised for sale. Please rate and comment, thanks!
Views: 36718 JungleJoelVideos
NSK - 3417 Offshore fish farm (Havfarm) - 2
NSK - 3417 FISH FARM Fish farming revolution In conjunction with Nordlaks, NSK Ship Design has designed an aquaculture ship that could be the beginning of a sustainable revolution in the fish farming industry. There is an air of excitement at NSK Ship Design, because they have been quietly working away since June 2015 on a special project for Nordlaks – a project that can be classified as no less than sensational for the fish farming industry.
Views: 1788 NSK Ship Design
Scottish fish farms fight sea lice | World
Soaring numbers of sea lice have leached away the output of farmed salmon in Scotland and Norway over the past year and helped global salmon prices to surge. ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://on.ft.com/2eZZoLI ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Say no to Fish Farms in Ireland
There is a new massive fish-farm in the pipe line off the coast of the Arann island, Inis Oirr. Fish farms have caused massive problems all over the world for indigenous species of salmon and sea trout. There has been a massive decline in sea trout stocks in counties like mayo and clare in the Republic of Ireland. The reason BIM are putting this Fish-Farm forward is because of pressure from the goverment. The Irish goverment need good news stories, they want to be seen to create jobs and this project is a fast way of doing so. Any one with some interest should Google Fish-Farms and see the devastation all over the world that they cause. Sea lice is the main problem. I have caught numerous Salmon and Sea Trout down through the years absolutely covered in Sea Lice. This Fish-Farm is going to heighten an already huge problem.
Views: 3256 Daniel Brosnan
Fish Farm | Ko Yao Noi | Thailand
Local floating sea fish farm, keeping mostly wild catch, at Ko Yao Noi, a small island between Phuket and Krabi in the Phang Nga Bay, Southern Thailand December 2012
Views: 6738 jopzer
Proposed Fish Farms Promise to Reverse High Number of U.S. Seafood Imports
In San Diego, California, aquaculturists are exploring open ocean farming as a more sustainable model for the fishing industry.
Views: 354 Link TV
Land & Sea: Inshore cod farming in Notre Dame Bay
In this archival episode of Land & Sea from 1990, two fishermen in Notre Dame Bay had started a cod fish farm. Eugene and Floyd Mehaney feed and harvest their fish and ponder the future with help from experienced fish farmers Cabot Martin and John Moir. »»» Subscribe to CBC NL to watch more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cbcnl?sub_confirmation=1 For your daily CBC NL news fix: https://www.cbc.ca/nl CBC NL on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cbcnl CBC NL on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cbcnl/ CBC NL is now on YouTube. Join us for news, live events, commentary, daily weather, comedy, music, more. Connect with us about what you'd like to see here.
Unhealthy salmon at Scottish fish farm
Footage of farmed salmon with sea lice, in a Scottish fish farm. For more see: https://theferret.scot/sick-salmon-scottish-fish-farm-film/ ****** Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel, whilst you're here. Find out more about The Ferret here: https://theferret.scot/join
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Fishing ORLANDO FLORIDA in Osceola Outback! VISIT OSCEOLA OUTBACK!: https://www.osceolaoutback.com/ STORIES FADE, but REEL LEGENDS NEVER DIE! My Apparel Store is Available Online https://reellegendsneverdie.com/ SAVE $10.00 Off MYSTERY TACKLE BOX PRO using Promo Code: CATCHEM http://mtbfish.com/CatchEm MY SECOND CHANNEL is CATCH_EM_ALL_LIVE: https://youtu.be/3mQBbF4v-ms Check out my Instagram @Catch_em_all_fishing: https://www.instagram.com/catch_em_al...
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"Farming the Sea"  Pt. 1
Changing Seas travels from coast to coast, meeting with experts who raise fish for food production and to replenish depleted wild populations. Learn how scientists are making it possible to grow marine fish miles away from shore, and discover which Florida research facilities are testing new methods for making aquaculture more environmentally sustainable and efficient. Also visit Cedar Key, Florida, where aquaculture has helped to preserve the area's rich fishing heritage. Here, former gillnet fishermen turned clam-farmers harvest their product with little impact to the local ecosystems.
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Fish feeding at Penang fish farm
Many big fishes hide under the sea came out when the time for fish feeding. One big fish weight can be up to 5kgs.
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Collecting Samples Around Salmon Farms
Sea Shepherd and independent biologist Alexandra Morton collect samples around the farm and explain the importance of doing so. For the past month Morton has been aboard the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s research vessel Martin Sheen collecting samples of farm salmon waste pouring out of the farms in her continuing research on impact of salmon farms. Morton is particularly concerned about the highly controversial piscine orthoreovirus (PRV) that is at the core of two lawsuits to be heard in September. She has published three scientific papers on this virus. Learn more at: seashepherd.org/virushunter
MFF Ltd: 20+ years of Fish Farming Experience in Malta
With 20 years of fish farming experience in Malta, delivering the finest, from the heart of the Mediterranean Sea to the World's finest Cuisines. Discover more at www.mff.com.mt
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Fish Farming business Using Rain Water | How to Construct/Build fish & farm pond | project Part-2
New Concept of Organic Fish Farming Bussines using RainWater. "100 tonne expected output" "Save ground Water, Save Mother Earth" For complete Project Explanation read it down. And don't miss to share this sustainable fishing. Subscribe here for more updates :- https://www.youtube.com/c/AROUNDMYCAMERA Part - 3:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VW-jiLW38g Details:- 7-8 million liters storage capacity. This project is about making use of water resources around the farm in a best way. In the above project Harvested RainWater is used for irrigation in dry seasons, and for Fish Farming, cattle farming, plantation crops etc... This pond get fills in 10-15 hours of heavy rain. As because water channel connected to this pond has watershed of about 20-30 hectares..... To get best out of the above video watch it complete, reading subtitles Note:- You can setup Mini Fish/Farm pond in your garden with 1.Polythene sheets, 2.Plastic Welding Gun, 3.Green Shade Net For bigger ponds buy multiple sheets and join them using Welding Gun as shown in the video. To BUY the quality products one could visit the links.. 1.To Buy Polythene sheets:- 1.In India visit: https://amzn.to/2ANrlkz 2.In US visit: https://amzn.to/2KNKtPq 3.In UK visit: https://amzn.to/2OP5BrD 4.In Canada visit: https://amzn.to/2OezDE7 2.To Buy Plastic Welding gun:- 1. In India visit: https://amzn.to/2vICT2R 2. In US visit: https://amzn.to/2OhYmam 3. In UK visit: https://amzn.to/2Kzr2tp 4. In Canada visit: https://amzn.to/2OfUBlW 3. To Buy Shade Net :- 1.In India visit : https://amzn.to/2AF3kKI 2.In USA visit : https://amzn.to/2JvsT3s 3.In UK visit : https://amzn.to/2ADR5hk 4.In Canada visit :https://amzn.to/2AEV9xO Suggestions:- 1.while constructing pond to store try to select area which is situated in lower parts, because it will ensure highest flow of water into the pond 2.As shown in the video if you have natural water channel with some good catchment area try to connect that into the pond, because this will increase the source quantity 3. If you are planning for pond more that an acre or an acre of land then instead of renting JCB you can order one for yourself!!, yes. Because according to our experience, in this project we payed 0.7M INR for JCB ( for cleaning , digging, etc...). But new JCB costs around 2.7M INR, so one can invest that 0.7M INR as Down payment for JCB and buy it. Now once your work(pond work) is complete, your JCB can be sent for rent (with a driver) which will bring you some monthly income, part of which you can use it for monthly installments.....So within few years you will become Owner of the JCB.... This is what we thought once our project was complete. ( we are sharing it because, some one would get benefited.) (Hope it helped) Expected Production Output Details of Fish Farming in 2 Years :- 1. 2018-Jan = We left 4000 fish fry, 5 Different Types of fish in the pond. (Types : Rohu, Catla, Tilapia, Koi, Indian carp) 2. 2018-June = Fish Got multiplied, their were 8k-10k fish in the pond.( Each Fish Weight about 0.5-0.7 KG, (4k) ) 3. 2019-Jan = 20k Fish is Expected in the pond. 4. 2019-June = 40k Fish is Expected 5. 2020-Jan = 40k-80k Fish Expected. Planned Time to Harvest Fish. Fish Fry Takes 6 months to 8 months to gain 1 Kg of weight so in total of 24 months Production is expected as follow :- 1.) 1st Batch, 4K fry Gains 2-2.5 Kg. 2.) 2nd Batch 10K Fish Gains 1.5-2.0 Kg. 3.) 3rd Batch 20K Fish Gaines 1.0-1.5 Kg. 4.) 4th Batch of 40K-80K (Multiplication of 3 batches of fishes) Fish Gaines upto 1 Kg. So on Totaling ( keeping lower limit as target ) 1.) 2Kg*4K = 8K KG 2.)1.5Kg*10K = 15K KG 3.)1Kg*20K = 20K KG 4.)1Kg*60K = 60K KG So on calculating for lower limit, Excepted output is about 60+20+15+8 = 103K KG for 2 years. Note:- 1. Rain Water is made Replaced whenever there is moderate amount of rain fall. And some times even with Ground Water( Both Inlet and Outlet pipes are always open )(Net is tied to pipes to avoid the escape of fish). This process of recirculating water will keep water clean. 2. We are Feeding fish with millets (self grown) , which makes them Completely ORGANIC. 3. Project Construction Cost : 2 Million INR. 4. This pond can hold upto 1 Lakh fish in it, with 1:100 fish and water ratio. And we will update more on Banana Farming using rain water and fish waste. And Ongoing projects where Floriculture, Sericulture is done using rain water. Ask your Queries in comment section below. Thank You... Water flow in channel is shown in our previous video, part - 1 link: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=GIlnci-h4Pw
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Gus Angus and Totem Sea Farm on Organic Fish Farming
Champion skiier Mark Abma laers about open net organic sablefish farming from Gus Angus, of Totem Sea Farm.
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Fusion Marine Fish Farm Fly Through
The Fusion Marine Fish Farm Fly Through video features Fusion Marines highly successful Triton Fish Pen System. The Triton 400/450 fish pens have been developed to meet the demanding conditions found in high energy open sea fish farming locations. With the future trend of fish farming moving further offshore into harsh and challenging locations, these incredibly strong large diameter pens have become the desired fish farming pen system for the aquaculture industry.
Views: 5854 FusionMarineLimited
Fish Farms tresspassing on First Nations Territory.
First Nations come with The RV Martin Sheen to look at open-net salmon farms that are installed in their territories without permission. For thousands of years, First Nations depend on these waters to survive, now they observe sluggish farmed fish inside the open-net pens, while the untreated waste from the farm flows out, polluting and affecting everything the First Nations rely on. From wild salmon to shellfish. The Namgis First Nations will be in court on Sept 10th, 2018 to stop Marine Harvest from putting piscine orthoreovirus infect fish into their waters. Learn more at: seashepherd.org/virushunter #OpVirusHunter #SeaShepherd #FirstNations
Fish farming besdie the Gaza sea - Hay Baladna
Steps away from the Mediterranean, Gaza markets are suffering from a fish shortage. Unable to repair a destroyed sewage system that seeps into the sea, waters are polluted but fishermen venturing out into deeper cleaner waters are frequently detained, injured or killed by Israeli ships enforcing a sea blockade. Some entrepreneurs have started local fish farms to make up for the fish inaccessible by sea. Ibrahim Qannan shows what the farms look like, and the challenges they face.
Views: 1613 maannewsagency

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