Fisheries Reaction Paper

Fisheries Reaction Paper - Taylor Griswold 3/20/08...

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Fisheries is one of the most renowned departments on Auburn University’s campus, in the country and in the world. It began in 1933, with the first formal courses offered in 1946. David Klein, who is a member of the department and is an extension aquaculturalist came in and talked to us about the major. He talked to us about the three program tracks, job possibilities, options for the major and things you can do with the degree. The program tracks are Aquaculture, Fisheries and Aquatic Ecology. Aquaculture is the farming of fish, sea vegetables, but it’s essentially farming in water, implying that you have some level of control. Fisheries is the division of the department that manages general cultures and maintains natural bodies of water. Aquatic Ecology is essentially everything else to do with water. Jobs for this major are Supplies and Services, Production Employment, Marketing, and Inspection. In Supplies and Services you can get a job in Banking, as a
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