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Global estimation of areas with suitable environmental conditions for mariculture species

A. Oyinlola. Writing ± review & editing: Muhammed A. Oyinlola, Gabriel Reygondeau, Colette C. C. Wabnitz, Max Troell, William W. L. Cheung. 14 / 19 15 / 19 16 / 19 17 / 19 18 / 19 1. Golden C

Seafood from a changing Arctic

. AUTHOR BIOGRAPHIES Max Troell (&) is an Associate Professor and Senior Researcher at the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics where he leads the programme on sustainable seafood. He is also leading

Unpacking factors influencing antimicrobial use in global aquaculture and their implication for management: a review from a systems perspective

Global seafood provides almost 20% of all animal protein in diets, and aquaculture is, despite weakening trends, the fastest growing food sector worldwide. Recent increases in production have largely been achieved through intensification of existing farming systems, resulting in higher risks of disease outbreaks. This has led to increased use of antimicrobials (AMs) and...

Marine Ecosystem Science on an Intertwined Planet

Marine ecosystem science has developed since the 1940s, when humans obtained the ability to spend substantial time underneath the surface of the ocean. Since then, and drawing on several decades of scientific advances, a number of exciting research frontiers have emerged. We find: Understanding interacting drivers of change, Identifying thresholds in ecosystems, and Investigating...

Transnational Corporations as ‘Keystone Actors’ in Marine Ecosystems

Keystone species have a disproportionate influence on the structure and function of ecosystems. Here we analyze whether a keystone-like pattern can be observed in the relationship between transnational corporations and marine ecosystems globally. We show how thirteen corporations control 11-16% of the global marine catch (9-13 million tons) and 19-40% of the largest and most...