Page 19 of 32
Found 190 Results
Sort By: Alphabetical | Newest | Oldest
Needs Assessment Muskegon Lake Zephyr Refinery Thumbnail
File Type: pdf
File Size: 1.09 MB
Year: 2015

This report discusses stakeholder perceptions of the Zephyr Refinery in the Muskegon Lake Area of Concern (AOC) and attitudes toward a cleanup plan proposed under the Great Lakes Legacy Act.

Download File

Pacific White Shrimp Farmed Fish Fact Sheet Thumbnail
File Type: pdf
File Size: 3.87 MB
Year: 2021

This is the fifth in a series of consumer guides that describe fish and shellfish farmed in the Midwest region of the United States. (See Walleye Farmed Fish Fact Sheet, Yellow Perch Farmed Fish Fact Sheet, and Tilapia Farmed Fish Fact Sheet). The fact sheet also includes culinary characteristics, cooking tips, and a recipe for Sautéed Old Bay® Shrimp



  1. FAO. 2009. Penaeus vannamei. In Cultured aquatic species fact sheets. Text by Briggs, M. Edited and compiled by Valerio Crespi and Michael New. CD-ROM (multilingual).
  2. Bernal Rodríguez CE, García AC, Ponce-Palafox JT, Spanopoulos-Hernández M, Puga-López D, et al. (2017) The Color of Marine Shrimps and Its Role in the Aquaculture. Int J Aquac Fish Sci 3(3): 062-065. DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000030
  3. National Fisheries Institute (NFI). 2018. “Top 10 List Shows Significant Increase in Seafood
    Consumption.” Available online:
  4. FAO. 2018. The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2018 – Meeting the sustainable development goals. Rome. License: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 IGO.
  5. Ray, A.J. 2019. Indoor Marine Shrimp Farming. SRAC Pub No. 2602. Available online:
  6. E R De Oliveira e Silva, C E Seidman, J J Tian, L C Hudgins, F M Sacks, J L Breslow, Effects of shrimp consumption on plasma lipoproteins, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 64, Issue 5, November 1996, Pages 712–717,

‡Note: Old Bay Seasoning is a registered trademark of McCormick & Company.

Download File

Profitability of Hybrid Striped Bass Cage Aquaculture in the Midwest Thumbnail
File Type: pdf
File Size: 696.88 KB
Year: 2015

The hybrid striped bass (HSB) industry is the 4th largest aquaculture industry in the United States in terms of sales value, behind catfish, salmon, and trout. HSB is a cross between a female white bass (Morone chrysops) and a male striped bass (Morone saxatilis). HSB is also known as “”sunshine bass.”” The hybridization of the white bass and the striped bass makes HSB more tolerant to extreme temperatures and dissolved oxygen than either of its parents. There is potential for growth in production in Indiana and the Midwest because of the abundance of farm ponds and private lakes. 

Download File

Page 19 of 32

Note: Some older Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant publications have not yet been restructured into ADA compliant formats. We are actively working on this. If you are having difficulty accessing a particular item in one of our databases, please contact with the name of the item and its URL for further assistance.

Search All IISG Publications and Products