Aquaculture Knowledge Environment - An information and communication resource for aquaculture professionals. Advances knowledge and information sharing about the science, policy, and practice of aquaculture. Includes an aquaculture documents library, with technical resources and publications from several countries, research consortia and academic journals. Topics covered include aquaculture species, practices and technology, aquaculture research, policy and regulation issues.
The Fish Trade - This lesson plan looks at the global economic, political and social aspects of fisheries and how the practices of all the world's nations affect one another. Students will read a number of short articles on fisheries and aquaculture and participate in discussion questions. Grades 9-12.
Marine Fisheries Series Activity Guide - Peer-reviewed activities for grades 6-12 as well as non-traditional educational venues are available. Each activity has been correlated to National Science and Social Studies Educational Standards. Activities cover topics including sustainable fishing methods, bycatch, fishing technologies, aquaculture practices, and costs and benefits related to fisheries and aquaculture production. Activities link well with Habitat Media's documentaries Empty Oceans, Empty Nets and Farming the Seas but can be used as stand-alones also.
Extension and Sea Grant Educators Aquaculture Page - Concise list of links to a variety of aquaculture information.
Aquaculture Network Information Center (AquaNIC) - Links to information, agencies, newsletters, etc.
Delaware Aquaculture Resource Center - An archive of information about aquaculture in Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic region.
The Bridge is supported by the
National Oceanographic Partnership Program
, and is sponsored by the
National Marine Educators Association
and the national network of
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