Below are just some of the reports on the Aquaculture Market that are available to Enterprise Ireland clients. If you would like to view any of these reports, please contact us at market.research@enterprise-ireland.com. The Market Research Centre is open from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.

You can view the list of our resources here.

 

The Fish and Seafood Aquaculture industry has experienced slow growth over the past five years. Given that the vast majority of industry revenue is derived from sales of fish, mollusks and crustaceans that will be processed into food products, this industry’s success is tied to levels of seafood consumption. –Fish and Seafood Aquaculture in the US, IBISWorld

 

Frost & Sullivan
• Innovations in Microalgae, Antibiotics, Aquaculture and Food Preservation.
• Innovations in Sensors for Energy Harvesting, Ph Detection, Location Tracking, Aquaculture and Smartphones.
• Australian Aquaculture Feed Additives Market, Forecast to 2020.
• Innovations in Agricultural Sensors, Aquaculture Sensors, Anti-UAV Sensors, Missile Defense Sensors, and Print Label Inspection

 

IBISWorld
• Fish and Seafood Aquaculture in the US.

 

Marketline
• Aquaculture

 

Plimsoll
• Fish Farms
• Salmon Farms

 

EBSCO
• How can states outside the Gulf of Mexico regulate offshore finish aquaculture? By: Siedlak, Sarah Ann. Case Western Reserve Law Review. Summer2017, Vol. 67 Issue 4

• The Scale Efficiency of Nile Tilapia Pond Aquaculture and Its Determinants in Tampaksiring District of Bali Province. By: Diantariningsih; Tamba, I. Made. Journal of Economics & Sustainable Development. 2017, Vol. 8 Issue 18

• Advancing Aquaculture To Meet Growing Demand. By: Suszkiw, Jan. Agricultural Research. Jan2018, Vol. 66 Issue 1

• Vulnerability of aquaculture-related livelihoods to changing climate at the global scale. By: Handisyde, Neil; Telfer, Trevor C; Ross, Lindsay G. Fish & Fisheries. May2017, Vol. 18 Issue 3

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