Seaweed solutions for sustainable aquaculture

The development of alternative sustainable aquaculture models is an area of ongoing research globally. This project will focus on developing an integrated multi-trophic aquaculture model that supports the commercial production of seaweed together with salmon and shellfish to ensure economic, environmental and societal benefits.


It is an Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) grant funded project representing a collaboration between Tassal Group Ltd, IMAS (UTAS), the Seaweed team at Deakin University and Spring Bay Seafoods.

Project Status
Current
Ongoing
Catriona Macleod
Visit Project
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
15-21 Nubeena Crescent
Taroona, Tasmania 7053 Australia
+61 6226 8277 
Acknowledgment of Country
We acknowledge the palawa/pakana and Gadigal/Wangal people, the traditional custodians of the land and sea upon which we live and work, and their enduring cultures and knowledge of our oceans and coasts.

We recognise that decisions and practices affecting the future of Indigenous education and research are vital to the self-determination, wellbeing and livelihood of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and to shaping the Australian society in which we live.
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