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Institute of Aquaculture Singapore
Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, shellfish and plants. The term aquaculture refers to the cultivation of both marine and freshwater species and can range from land-based to ocean deep cage production.

The world aquaculture production in 2012 was 90.43 million tonnes including 66.63 million tonnes of food fish. On global average, aquaculture supplied 9.41 kg of food fish per person for consumption in 2012. However, production distribution is extremely uneven across the globe and on all continents owing to the imbalance development.

Aquaculture is now fully comparable to capture fisheries when measured by volume of output on global scale. The contribution from aquaculture to the world total fish production of capture and aquaculture in 2012 reached 42.2 percent, up from 25.7 percent in 2000.

Asia is the only continent producing more fish (54 percent) than capture fisheries. The share of aquaculture in total fish production also rose in all other continents with Europe staying at 18 percent and others below 15 percent

 

Singapore Aquarium Fish Exporters Association
The association was established in Singapore on 3 October 1981 in Seletar West. Its mission of providing budding aquarium entrepreneurs valuable tips in forming their companies and know-how in breeding technology has made the association a renowned centre for aquarium fishes in the international arena.
P.O. Box 48, Jalan Kayu, Singapore 918002
6 Seletar West, Farmway 1
Singapore 798119
Tel: +65 67490423
Fax: + (65 674904233

 

Coastal Fish Farming in Singapore
Even with limited available sea space, Singapore has a small but thriving and increasingly important foodfish industry.

Coastal fishfarms produce marine foodfish species like:
groupers
seabass
snappers
milkfish
green mussels
crustacean (shrimp/mangrove crabs)

Freshwater foodfish farms also produce foodfish species like:
snakeheads
tilapia
catfishes
carps

 

Marine Aquaculture Centre
Located at St John's Island, the Marine Aquaculture Centre (MAC) was set up to develop and harness technology to facilitate the development and expansion of large-scale hatchery and fish farming production in Singapore and the region.

 

Aquaculture Stewardship Council
The ASC's mission is to transform aquaculture towards environmental sustainability and social responsibility using efficient market mechanisms that create value across the chain.

 

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