Thus far, the 321,003,271 cubic miles of ocean on Earth have experienced more technological harm than benefit. Over-fishing, plastic waste, oil spills, raw sewage dumping, and climate change have all taken a toll.
It has been projected that the “oceaneconomy” will more than double in size by 2030. Although there is money to be made, there is also, an ocean of untapped data. That data could enhance predictions, risk characterization, and operational performance. Innovation investments will enhance sustainability by lowering carbon footprints, strengthening environmental monitoring and protection, and improving resource management and energy efficiency.
New sensors, data management, and visualization systems allow fish farmers to plan and maximize feeding times, thereby improving conditions and profits. It has been suggested that aquaculture operations sometimes in advertently act as disease and parasite accelerators due to the high density, lack of mobility, and low genetic diversity of farmed fish. New technological advancements is required.
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