The need for dissolved oxygen sensors in aquaculture:
The importance of dissolved oxygen sensors to the aquaculture industry contributes 77% of the global breeding aquatic products to freshwater aquaculture, and about 80% is produced in freshwater by feeding fish. Freshwater aquaculture has many practitioners and a wider group of consumers of freshwater products, but related research has been largely ignored.
Zhang Wenbo, a lecturer at Shanghai Ocean University, and researchers from the University of Stirling in the UK, Michigan State University in the US, the World Fisheries Center, the Asian Institute of Technology, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and the Stockholm Resilience Center found in a systematic study that the global supply of aquatic products The importance of freshwater aquaculture in China is far greater than that of marine breeding. Aquaculture will continue to depend on land.
Contribution of aquatic products to the world:
Aquaculture and aquaculture play an important role in ensuring global food security, providing nutritional support to humans, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions from world food production.
For example, global aquaculture-related research is still dominated by developed countries such as Europe and the United States.
European and American aquatic scientists stated:
Therefore, many European and American aquaculture scientists equate mariculture with aquaculture, while ignoring freshwater breeding. Whether the indicators of freshwater can meet the requirements of aquaculture depends on the data measured by dissolved oxygen sensors. Various institutions and foundations provide substantial funding for maritime research, such as seawater-related projects “such as seawater breeding” and resources far higher than related projects; finally, although the ocean provides enough space for imagination, the scientific community and the aquaculture industry Without long-term experience in aquaculture from nearshore to pelagic, it is difficult to predict the associated technical and economic feasibility issues.
Ben Belton of the World Fisheries Centre said:
Since the 1980s, the aquaculture industry has grown rapidly and has now produced half of the world’s aquatic products. “Academia generally believes that aquaculture production will continue to increase and become the most important source of aquatic products for mankind in the future,” said Ben Belton of the World Fisheries Center.
Trends in aquaculture:
Even among farmed species that do not rely on bait feeds, the global edible yield of freshwater aquaculture filtered fish is higher than that of mariculture-produced filter-feeding shellfish.
As a relatively mature index system method with crucial uses for dissolved oxygen sensors, life cycle assessment is used to assess environmental performance and energy efficiency in energy and resource utilization in agriculture and food production.
In the future, the world will need more freshwater aquaculture. In the future, the world will demand more freshwater breeding.
In the past 20 years, the consumption of aquatic products in developed countries has remained basically stable, and the consumption of aquatic products in developing countries has increased rapidly.
“Low-cost and simple technology freshwater aquaculture can better meet the growing global demand for aquatic products, especially developing countries in the future.” Zhang Wenbo suggested that the talents and resources invested in aquaculture need to be in freshwater aquaculture and marine aquaculture. achieve a better balance.