Alejandro Buentello, Daniel Benetti, Gavin Partridge
Table Of Contents
CHAPTER 1. Overview on Status and Progress in Tuna Aquaculture Around the World CHAPTER 2. The Fisheries for Tunas in the Eastern Pacific Ocean CHAPTER 3. Eastern Atlantic Bluefin Tuna: Challenges Faced by Management of the Atlantic Bluefin Tuna Stock Related to the Development of Mediterranean Bluefin Tuna Farming CHAPTER 4. From Ocean to Farm: Capture-Based Aquaculture of Bluefin Tuna in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea CHAPTER 5. Research on the Reproductive Biology and Early Life History of Yellowfin Tuna in Panama CHAPTER 6. Tuna Aquaculture in Europe with Focus on Hatchery Technology CHAPTER 7. Reproduction, Broodstock Management, and Spawning in Captive Atlantic Bluefin Tuna CHAPTER 8. Tuna Farming in Japan and Mexico CHAPTER 9. Ranching of Southern Bluefin Tuna in Australia CHAPTER 10. Southern Bluefin Tuna Captive Breeding in Australia CHAPTER 11. Tuna Diseases in Aquaculture CHAPTER 12. Nutrition of Cultured Tuna Species CHAPTER 13. Genetics in Tuna Aquaculture CHAPTER 14. Tuna Economics and Markets
Dr. Daniel Benetti is a Professor and the Director of Aquaculture at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, where he was the Chairman of the Division of Marine Affairs and Policy from 2003 to 2008. He has over 30 years experience in aquaculture worldwide. Besides his academic responsibilities at RSMAS - where he teaches the 3 graduate level core courses of the Aquaculture Track degree -, he carries out scientific and R&D projects on technology development and environmental issues related to aquaculture. He specializes in hatchery and open ocean growout technologies of marine finfish species, including, most recently, cobia, Seriola (yellowtail jacks), snapper, tuna, mahimahi and flounder. He has published over 100 articles in aquaculture science and technology, has extensive experience with the industry and has been a consultant for the private and government sectors in Latin America, U.S., Europe, Asia, Caribbean and Australia, where he has partnered with the government and the industry to spearhead advanced technology for hatchery and sustainable offshore aquaculture development. He is the scientific coordinator of several offshore aquaculture projects and operations in the US and abroad. He is consulting for technology transfer of marine fish hatchery and growout for the government and private sector of a number of countries in 5 continents in project development for sustainable aquaculture and environmental monitoring programs with focus on open ocean and coastal mariculture operations. His work is centered on innovative research to ensure that seafood production through mariculture is wholesome, environmentally sustainable and economic viable.