Recent Scholarly Publications

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Nature's Subsidies to Shrimp and Salmon Farming

October 1998

Although many fisheries stocks have declined precipitously throughout the world, fish farming--and especially shrimp and salmon farming--has boomed.

Effects of Aquaculture on World Fish Supplies

June 2000

Global production of farmed fish and shellfish has more than doubled in the past 15 years.

Why Farm Salmon Outcompete Fishery Salmon

December 2003

Over the past quarter century, the salmon aquaculture industry has grown rapidly.

Fugitive Salmon: Assessing the Risks of Escaped Fish from Net-Pen Aquaculture

May 2005

Future seascapes, fishing, and fish farming

February 2005

The depletion of many marine fisheries has created a new impetus to expand seafood production through fish farming, or aquaculture.

Environmental Safeguards for Open-Ocean Aquaculture

April 2006

Aquaculture and Ocean Resources: Raising Tigers of the Sea

December 2005

With continued human pressure on marine fisheries and ocean resources, aquaculture has become one of the most promising avenues for increasing marine fish production in the future.

Feeding Aquaculture in an Era of Finite Resources

September 2009

Aquaculture’s pressure on forage fisheries remains hotly contested.

Feed and fishmeal use in the production of carp and tilapia in China

November 2013

China dominates the global aquaculture industry, most clearly with its massive production and consumption of low trophic-level carp species and its rapidly rising output and exports of tilapia....

Does Aquaculture Add Resilience to the Global Food System?

September 2014

Aquaculture is the fastest growing food sector and continues to expand alongside terrestrial crop and livestock production.

China's aquaculture and the world's wild fisheries

January 2015

A global perspective on food systems

March 2015

Opportunity for marine fisheries reform in China

January 2017

China’s 13th Five-Year Plan, launched in March 2016, provides a sound policy platform for the protection of marine ecosystems and the restoration of capture fisheries within China’s exclusive...

Feed conversion efficiency in aquaculture: do we measure it correctly?

February 2018

Globally, demand for food animal products is rising.

Assessing Hazard Vulnerability, Habitat Conservation and Restoration for the Enhancement of China’s Coastal Resilience

February 2018

Worldwide, humans are facing high risks from natural hazards, especially in coastal regions with high population densities.

The effects of intensive aquaculture on nutrient residence time and transport in a coastal embayment

May 2018

Aquaculture in many countries around the world has become the biggest source of seafood for human consumption.

Displacing fishmeal with protein derived from stranded methane

Stanford researchers reveal how to turn a global warming liability into a profitable food security solution

A 20-year retrospective review of global aquaculture

The sustainability of aquaculture has been debated intensely since 2000, when a review on the net contribution of aquaculture to world fish supplies was published in Nature. This paper...


Roz low res 9 11 cropped Rosamond L. Naylor Senior Fellow William Wrigley Professor of Earth System Science, Senior Fellow, Stanford Woods Institute and Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Senior Fellow and Founding Director, Center on Food Security and the Environment
Klinger FSE photo Dane Klinger Affiliated scholar
kmoiyoi Katrina ole-MoiYoi Affiliated scholar
Ling Cao Ling Cao Affiliated scholar