J. Miguel Medialdea is the Quality & Environment Manager of Veta la Palma Fish Farm. He has many years of experience with applied scientific research and management, and has published numerous articles and collaborations on applied ecology, the effects of fauna on the design of natural reservations, water management, and aquaculture as a new approach to regional sustainability.

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The world is hungry for fish. Faced with declining wild stocks, the fishing industry is giving way to aquaculture, or fish farming, which produced close to 53 million tons of fish in 2006 alone (half of all fish consumed in the world). The worldwide industry is growing at an average of 6.8 percent per year, […]

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