Perspective Series: Agriculture & Marine Technology

Perspective Series: Agriculture & Marine Technology
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The Culture of Cod: Fish Farming
The Atlantic Cod has been a staple food fish for over 500 years. But the cod has been over-fished and the size of catches is now strictly controlled. Until recently…
Non-Food Crops
A few years ago European farmers were struggling to produce sufficient amounts of food. But with scientific intervention, they now produce a surplus. Because of this, land has now been…
Plant Factory
"Recommended. An optimistic view of biotechnology and plant genetic engineering in an easily understood and non-technical way." -EMRO Review England's green and pleasant land is turning yellow. Oil seed, a…
Seeds of Change
Agriculture in Northeast Brazil is in crisis. The irreplaceable coastal Atlantic rainforests have been destroyed, to make way for sugar cane, to produce alcohol as a substitute for oil. In…

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