The next food revolution: fish farming?

Christian Science Monitor: Sanggou Bay looks like a place where the pointillism movement has been unleashed on an ocean canvas. All across the harbor on China’s northeastern coast, thousands of tiny buoys – appearing as black dots – stretch across the briny landscape in unending rows and swirling patterns. They are broken only by small boats hauling an armada of rafts through the murky waters. For centuries, Chinese fishermen have harvested this section of the Yellow Sea for its flounder, herring, and other species. Today......

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