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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Aquaculture Aquaculture refers to the breeding of fish and other aquatic animals for use as food. Wild Caught Fish An area with an associated fish or aquatic populationwhich is harvested forits commercial value. METHODS Mariculture: Used for cultivation of marine organisms in seawater, usually sheltered coastal water. INTEGRATED MULTI-TROPHIC AGRICULTURE: Practice in which the by-products (water) from one species are recycled to becomeinputs (food) for another. Environmental Impacts Sources:;; Many native speciesin these ecosystemsare displaced.Unnatural collectionof sea/fish waste at the bottom of oceans-damaging floor dwellers. FOR AQUACULTURE Pros: Aquaculture Cons: Aquaculture Keeps fish bred and sheltered. They stay away from wild-bred fish populations, which helps control their populations and keep them steady. Helps provide jobs and food for lower income villages or families.Also helps keep a growing supply of seafood. (the fish industry remains stable) Tend to be cleaner and healthierMore steady jobs are suppliedBetter for the environment and the animals that live in it Wild Caught Fish Contributes to the growing rate of water contamination. There is a risk of eating the supplied fish from fish Farms. Even fish farms are using pesticides to avoid pest infestation in the farms. The supplied fish is also used with veterinary drugs to treat diseases. These are chemicals that not only affect the ecosystem, but also humans health.It comes with an environmental impact because aquatic animals habitats are destroyed to make the fish farms for aquaculture. Cons: Wild Caught Fish Possible lack of fish or bad-fishing days or weeksOver-fishing couldcause dry areas infishing
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