RWU student researchers prepare for the 2017 World Aquaculture Society meeting
in San Antonio, TX.
Broodstock conditioning and larval rearing of the Atlantic Lookdown, Selene vomer
(J. Alexander Bonanno, Senior)
Broodstock conditioning and larval rearing of the Yasha Goby, Stonogobiops yasha (
Anthony Stella, Senior)
Effect of three broodstock diets on the reproductive activity of the Fire Shrimp, Lysmata debelius
(Elena Welch, Senior)
Characterization of the life history & sexual system of the Yasha Goby, Stonogobiops yasha
(Laüra Gaitan, Senior)
February 22, 2017
Kifle Hagos (RWU) - Integrated Seawater Farming Case Study: Eritrea's experience
Integrated seawater farming aims to preserve freshwater resources by using seawater to produce food, generate wealth, and enhance natural environments. Dr. Hagos studies the carbon sequestration potential of seafood production systems using life cycle analysis. His research focuses on identifying ways to minimize the environmental impact of the production, distribution and consumption of energy and food, as a means to minimize global greenhouse gas emissions.
Hodges et al. 1993. Reversing the flow: Water and Nutrients from sea to land
. Ambio, 22:482.
Dickerson, M. 2008. Letting the sea cultivate the land
. Los Angeles Times, July 10, 2008.