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Sustainable aquaculture is currently an important societal need that will continue to grow in the future. With collapsing fish stocks and an increasing national demand for seafood, it is clear that natural fish stocks will not be able to sustain the fisheries markets. USC Sea Grant is uniquely positioned to assess different coastal and open ocean aquaculture techniques at two environmentally disparate sites, within the Port of Los Angeles and in the more pristine deep waters off of Catalina Island.
Research and Outreach Projects
- Ocean Acidification Impacts on Pacific Shellfish
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National Focus AreaSafe and Sustainable Seafood