Recent Examples of mariculture from the Web
For instance, in the past two decades, archaeologists and environmental scientists working in coastal British Columbia have come to recognize evidence of mariculture—the intentional management of marine resources—that pre-dates European settlement.
These published research studies now prove that Indigenous communities knew about mariculture for generations—but Western scientists never asked them about it before.
Three years later, mussels were added to the only year-round mariculture operation in Kachemak Bay.
This April, the state received an increase in mariculture permit applications.
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