Daniel Lee is an aquaculture specialist with expertise in the design, implementation and management of new projects. He has been GAA's Best Aquaculture Practices standards coordinator since the program’s inception. The multilingual aquaculturist works closely with the BAP Standards Oversight Committee and helps guide and coordinate among technical committees.
Lee also manages aquaculture research projects for the Centre for Applied Marine Sciences at BangorUniversity in the United Kingdom, where his main interests lie in understanding the environmental impacts of tropical aquaculture operations as well as developing systems with minimal impacts. He published the textbook Crustacean Farming, Ranching and Culture.
Growing fears of Mexican blockade to Honduran shrimp Honduras
Farmed shrimp producers from several Mexican states are exercising further pressure on the Government of Mexico to block the entry of Honduran shrimp into their country, the head of the Secretariat of Agriculture and Livestock reported.