Building alliances for a stronger marine economy

TIM ARCAND cleans carboys used for algae as behind him, clown fish swim in one of the tanks in the marine biology lab at Roger Williams University. /
TIM ARCAND cleans carboys used for algae as behind him, clown fish swim in one of the tanks in the marine biology lab at Roger Williams University. /
The topics ranged from climate monitoring, to the health and vitality of marine ecosystems, to the burgeoning aquaculture industry, to next-generation undersea military technologies, and the 220 people in the audience came from an even wider range of sectors. What brought everyone together at Roger Williams University on Monday was a desire for a broad-based…

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