Research

I study sustainable food production largely in aquatic systems. Aquaculture- the farming of fish and seafood- is the world's fastest growing food sector and a promising field of research. But, the business-as-usual approach is flawed. To feed 9 billion people by 2050, we must employ smarter, more sustainable practices for the environment, the humans involved, and the longevity of the industry. Research overview here. Or, you can check out each individual topic below!

Sustainable Feed: Alternative Ingredients

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Fish Guts:

Diet-Based

Microbiomes

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Integrated Agriculture- Aquaculture

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 Seafood 

Consumption 

Patterns

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Committee Members

Anne Kapuscinski (main) | Professor, ENVS; Director, Coastal Science & Policy Program

Daniel Press | Professor, ENVS; Associate Dean of Social Sciences; Executive Director, Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems

Katy Seto | Assistant Professor, ENVS

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