Center for Aquatic Biology and Aquaculture

May 20, 2013 admin
The center provides leadership, focus, and support to UC Davis researchers in addressing problems associated with California’s cultured and wild aquatic biological resources.

Center for Aquatic Biology and Aquaculture and its aquatic research facilities provide the basic infrastructure to allow departments within the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, as well as campus-wide, to conduct multidisciplinary and interdepartmental research and associated programs. These activities provide the scientific base to sustain California’s natural populations of aquatic species, support the technological framework of the state’s marine and freshwater aquaculture industries, and create sustainable aquaculture production.


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Phone: 530-752-7601

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