Freshwater and Marine Fisheries/Aquaculture

Freshwater aquaculture produces species that are native to rivers, lakes, and streams.  U.S. freshwater aquaculture is dominated by catfish but also produces trout, tilapia, and bass.  Freshwater aquaculture takes place primarily in ponds and in on-land, manmade systems such as recirculating aquaculture systems.

Freshwater aquaculture produces species that are native to rivers, lakes, and streams.  U.S. freshwater aquaculture is dominated by catfish but also produces trout, tilapia, and bass.  Freshwater aquaculture takes place primarily in ponds and in on-land, manmade systems such as recirculating aquaculture systems.

  • static freshwater ponds
  • Pond culture
  • Different kinds of aquaculture
  • Running water culture
  • Culture in recirculatory systems
  • Finfish culture-cum-livestock
  • Cost-benefit of Certain Aquaculture systems

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