How many fish can one fish farm produce in a single year?
What is the largest species of fish produced in the fish farms?
What are the long-term effects of waste products from fish farms on humans?
How do intensive aquaculture farms keep water conditions similar to oceans and lakes?
Aquaculture had become a huge part of the world's fishing industry by the 1970s.
Intensive aquaculture takes place in artificial bodies of water, including one in the middle of a desert.
The main type of fish farming is extensive aquaculture; sea creatures are raised in cages or "net pens" submerged in the water.
The two forms of aquaculture are extensive and intensive; both of these methods are actively helping ease pressure on overfished bodies of water.
To make the passage appear longer
To make the passage look more appealing
To organize the material so the passage is easier to follow
To focus attention on the headings instead of the passage
None of the above
Extensive aquaculture is a type of fish farming.
Fish farming is a type of extensive aquaculture.
Extensive aquaculture is more effective than fish farming.
Fish farming is more effective than extensive aquaculture.
With fish farming on the rise, the demand for seafood will decline.
In the future, fish farming will be the world's sole source of seafood.
With careful regulation, fish farming could help preserve our natural resources.
Farmers along coastlines around the world will lose their crops because of fish farming.
All of above
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