Can the oceans keep up with the Hunt???. Copyright 2007 Habitat Media . Open Ocean Aquaculture. OPEN OCEAN AQUACULTURE BY LAURA THURMAN JOSH TOBIAS AND NONE OTHER THAN WILL PITT. Laura Thurman Josh Tobias Will Pitt. Our Stance.
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OPEN OCEAN AQUACULTURE
AND NONE OTHER THAN
It is clear that open ocean aquaculture can be an effective option to reduce the nation's dependence on seafood imports, provide jobs for economically depressed coastal communities, and meet the growing consumer demand for safe, healthy seafood.
Facilities consist of systems (e.g., cages, net-pens, longline arrays) that can be free-floating, secured to a structure, moored to the ocean bottom, or towed by a vessel.
Cage mounted autonomous feeding systems have been developed that can operate both at the surface and submerged.
Highlighted in blue in the map above, the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone ~ also known as federal waters ~ covers 3.4 million square miles of ocean. [U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy map]