Telat Yanik
Full Text PDF | aquaculture production, fish farming, sustainability in aquaculture, Turkey.

The world's resources dedicated to fisheries and aquaculture are predicted to remain stable at their maximum utilization rate. Many intensive fish farms with recirculation production systems are needed in order to achieve sustainable output. Combined or integrated production projects are needed for sustainable production and to meet the high demand for food supplies. However, due to a substantial migration problem from rural areas to metropolitan centers, labor may be a concern in the aquaculture business. Turkey is still improving technology in order to maximize resource utilization while minimizing disruption to aquatic systems. With the growth of aquaculture, some environmental issues have been identified. Based on the present study, it was predicted that Tukey will produce 700,000 tons of fish by 2050. The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the current situation, as well as studies on sustainability and future developments in the field.

Cite this paper: Yanik, T. (2022). AQUACULTURE IN TURKEY. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 11(21), 481-486.

Current Trends in Natural Sciences

ISSN (online) 2284-953X
ISSN (CD-ROM) 2284-9521
ISSN-L 2284-9521
Publisher University of Pitesti, EUP