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The wonderful world of the sea sponges- The Abyss- BBc Wildlife
Kate Humble ventures down the Cayman wall, described as the Himalayas beneath the waves and including one mountain 5 miles deep. At 500 feet down, she experiences the wonderful world of the...
Maine Sea Grant & Aquaculture: A History
The history of Maine Sea Grant and the history of marine aquaculture in Maine are intertwined, beginning with the first $100300 Sea Grant awarded by the federal government in 1971 to the Universit...
SEA-90 in Aquaculture
SEA-90 is dissolved to recreate sea water for a brine shrimp production facility in California.
Episode II - Filter Feeders In this episode we look at Filter Feeders, their role in marine ecosystems and the details and mechanics on how the animals get their food. We also discuss their...
school sea sea anemone sea bass sea cow sea cucumber seagrass seagull seahorse seal sealion sea star sea turtle sea urchin seaweed sea worm shad shark shipwreck shrimp snail snapper sponge ...
Sponge Farming in Pohnpei
Sponge mariculture in Pohnpei provides local "farmers" with a low-tech, low cost sustainable method of producing thousands of sponges for public sale.
"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...
ANDROMEDA AQUACULTURE FARM
Andromeda Group at present consists of three dynamic companies active in the Mediterranean Aquaculture sector, in Greece, in Spain and in Albania. With a history of success, a solid management...
Deep-sea crab (Paramola cuvieri) carrying a sponge in the dorsal legs.
Untrawled Sponge Habitat
Blanket sponge and gersemia rubiformis from Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Never eat fishsticks, dragged scallops or aquaculture products to do your part to save ocean bottom habitat.
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