Freshwater mussels can inhibit bacterial diseases

Researchers from the University of Jyväskylä found brown trout better survived a Flavobacterium disease outbreak if the fish had larvae of freshwater pearl mussel in their gills. In another study, duck mussels were observed ...

Race is on to save the Great Salt Lake: Will it be enough?

The largest natural lake west of the Mississippi is shrinking past its lowest levels in recorded history, raising fears about toxic dust, ecological collapse and economic consequences. But the Great Salt Lake may have some ...

What COVID-19 can teach fish farms

When it comes to the business of seafood, COVID-19 hasn't been nearly as damaging as the ecological havoc caused by humans, a recent global survey of fish farms found.

Study shows new potential of fish by-products

Fish farming by-products have the potential to increase the sustainability of aquaculture, and contribute to other sectors—such as food, diet supplements, animal feed and cosmetics, according to a new study.

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