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Newly published research on sustainable aquaculture siting

Published on: 01/23/2024
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Map of San Diego Bay showing locations of oyster cultivation gear: rack and bag, floating cages, hanging baskets, stakes, and floating bags

Newly Published Research: Our marine spatial planning experts, together with Port of San Diego, have released a comprehensive article on sustainable aquaculture siting. Discover how geospatial analyses are shaping the future of ocean-based industries. Read more: https://coastalscience.noaa.gov/news/new-study-explores-sustainable-siting-of-aquaculture-at-heavily-trafficked-maritime-port/

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