Most people think seafood is either wild or farmed, but the fish you buy at the grocery store may be a combination of the two.
“We need to start collecting more accurate data on how seafood is really produced in today’s world, and a first step will be through replacing the old farmed-fished dichotomy with a farmed-fished-hybrid classification scheme,” says Mary Turnipseed of the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
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