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What are the three purposes of aquaculture? 

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Where was open water salmon aquaculture first developed in the early 1970s?

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In the next decade, the Canadian aquaculture industry is expected to generate more than….

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Which career path involves several different roles such as feeding fish, caring for fish eggs, harvesting oysters or maintaining and operating farm equipment like boats, forklifts and cranes?

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Which role is responsible for daily monitoring of product quality attributes, documenting food safety and sanitation parameters, conducting surveillance audits and preparing documentation and reports?

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Which career path ensures that company operating procedures are being applied and production targets are met?

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Which role requires an intermediate level of work experience in the aquaculture industry, often developed through work as an aquaculture technician?

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Which career path offers hands-on roles on the processing line for people skilled at cutting, trimming, cleaning or sorting fish and shellfish by hand?

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Which of the roles in the aquaculture industry that were shown requires the highest level of education?

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How many full-time and part-time jobs does the aquaculture industry provide in Canada in the next decade?

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In Canada, which of the following organizations does not play a role in managing enforcement, compliance with aquaculture industry standards?

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Third-party eco-certifications verify that an aquaculture farmer has met stringent criteria for what:

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True or false, in Canada, all levels of government oversee the aquaculture sector.

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Why would Canada be a world leader in the Aquaculture field?

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Which of the following is not a benefit of aquaculture over terrestrial farming?

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Farm-raised fish produces about 25% fewer greenhouse gasses than poultry or pork. How many fewer greenhouse gasses are produced if compared to beef farming?

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The world consumes about 2 million metric tonnes of Atlantic salmon every year. How many tonnes of carbon rich poultry, pork, and beef do we consume?

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True or False, currently, over half of the world’s seafood protein now comes from the aquaculture industry.

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Which farming system is spread out vertically in addition to horizontally?

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By 2050, is it expected that worldwide food demand will increase by at least… a. 20%

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Which of the following is a benefit of seafood consumption?

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Feed barges are floating command centres commonly used in farming:

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What patterns can big data help Aquaculturists identify?

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Which of the following is not a characteristic that scientists look for while studying a fish’s genes?

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Cleaner fish are wrasse species which are put in salmon cages to do what?

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Which of the following is a common pest that salmon farmers work very hard to manage?

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Which of the following vaccination techniques would cause the least stress to fish?

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What is best practice for farming oysters?

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Which of the following is not a feature of a recirculating aquaculture system or RAS?

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Some large offshore salmon farms can have as many as…

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Which of the following is not a benefit of modern aquaculture netting materials?

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What do mussel farmers put in the water to collect larval mussels for culture?

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Which anatomical structure do mussels use to attach themselves to a substrate such as a rope?

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True or false; The mesh material that is used to hold mussels until they attach to their culture rope is called a “mussel sock”?

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True or false, oysters eat natural-occurring microorganisms such as microalgae?

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True or false, farmed salmon start their life on land in a hatchery?

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Which shellfish are farmed by growing on ropes?

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Once salmon are put into sea cages, how long is the process before they are ready for market?

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What is a juvenile salmon that is ready to go to the sea?

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After the eggs are fertilized, how many days are the eggs kept in a temperature-controlled setting before they hatch?

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What is the carefully selected parent fish called?

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What natural substance is added to feed to mimic natural diets and provide proper nutrition?

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Animals that get all their required nutrients by drawing sea water through their gills and filtering out naturally occurring microorganisms are called:

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Unlike most fish, salmon has the ability to migrate between freshwater and saltwater environments. This is called being:

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Which is the most commonly farmed salmonid species?

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What are members of the salmon family, such as rainbow trout, Atlantic salmon and Coho salmon, called?

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The science behind aquaculture is driven by the relationships between the different living things in an ecosystem. The study of these relationships is called:

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How much of the seafood humans eat comes from aquaculture?

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Aquaculture farms must be established close to an ocean or lake.

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In which country was the genetically supermale Tilapia strain developed?

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Which of the following is not a health benefit of seafood?

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In the past 30 years capture fisheries have only increased by 1.2% while aquaculture production has increased by…

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True or false; seaweeds are important aquaculture products / species?

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Which of the following is not a top species farmed by aquaculturists in Canada?

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Which of the following is not a top species farmed by aquaculturists around the world?

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By 2050, it is predicted that worldwide demand for animal protein will increase by…

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