NEFSC Multimedia: Audio and Podcasts
The Voices from the Fisheries Project was initiated to create a central repository for consolidating, archiving, and disseminating oral history interviews related to commercial, recreational, and subsistence fishing in the United States and its territories. Oral history interviews are a powerful way to document the human experience with our marine, coastal, Great Lakes, major riverine environments, and our living marine resources. To experience this exciting online project, go here >>
An array of undersea sounds from whales, dolphins, seals, fish, and machines, recorded by our own Protected Species Branch.
- Alternate day feeding strategy for reducing costs of Nile tilapia culture in the Philippines
- A 67% subsatiation feeding strategy for reducing costs of Nile tilapia grow out in the Philippines
- 50% daily feed ration levels versus full daily feed ration
- Delayed onset of supplemental feeding reduces the cost of Nile tilapia in ponds