F3 Publications

2020Is removing marine ingredients from largemouth bass diets possible?McLean et al.GAA
2020McLean et al. Growth, integrity, and consumer acceptance of largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides (Lacépède, 1802), fed marine resource-free dietsMcLean et al.International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2020Op-ed: IFFO is wrong on alternative feedsKevin FitzsimmonsSeafoodSource.com
2020Point: There are no essential ingredients in aquaculture feedsKevin FitzsimmonsGlobal Aquaculture Advocate
2020Opinion: The aquaculture feed industry needs to stop 'business-as-usual' thinkingKevin FitzsimmonsIntrafish
2020Study replaces dietary fish oil with microalgal oilMcLean et al.Global Aquaculture Advocate
2020Complete replacement of fishmeal by soybean and poultry meals in Pacific whiteleg shrimp feeds: Growth and tolerance to EMS/AHPND and WSSV challengeMcLean et al.Aquaculture
2019Illustrating the hidden economic, social and ecological values of global forage fish resourcesKonar et al.Resources, Conservation and Recycling
2019From bench to belly: Driving supply-side solutions for the future of fish feedMichael TlustyGlobal Aquaculture Advocate
2018Avoiding the ecological limits of forage fish for fed aquacultureFroehlich et al.Nature Sustainability
2018Feed Innovation Network: A streamlined aquafeed ingredient evaluation toolTlusty et al.Global Aquaculture Advocate
2017A transdisciplinary approach to the initial valudation of a single cell protein as an alternative protein source for use in aquafeedsTlusty et al.PeerJ
2016Why I chose to judge the F3 challengeMichael TlustyGlobal Aquaculture Advocate
2014Aquaculture's Prominent Role in Feeding a Growing Global PopulationMichael Tlusty and Neil SimsSeafoodSource.com