Article published the September 29, 2016
Introduction Between 1.5 and 2 million households worldwide are believed to keep tropical marine aquaria and the collection trade which supplies this industry is estimated at US$220-330 million annually (Wabnitz et al., 2003). The majority of these imports are destined for the United States, Europe, and Japan (Chapman et al., 1997). Unlike freshwater aquaria species, where 90% of fish species are ...
remove_red_eye 253
forum 0
This member had joined Engormix
October 9, 2013
equalizer Statistics: Articles(1)
Robin Shields obtained a 1st class degree in Zoology/Marine Biology from University of Wales Bangor and a PhD in Marine Biology from the same institution (1990). He has been continuously involved in applied aquaculture research since graduating, within the UK Sea Fish Industry Authority and more recently as Finfish Program Manager at the Oceanic Institute, Hawaii. He joined Swansea University in 2003, as Research Director for the Centre for Sustainable Aquaculture Research.
Location:Doune, Stirling, Reino Unido
Profile: Academic / scientific
Occupation: Research Director