Aquacultural Research and Teaching Facility

Aerial view of ARTF

Aerial view of Aquacultural Research and Teaching Facility

Operated by the department for the Texas A&M AgriLife Experiment Station, this facility is dedicated to research and teaching that promotes development of asound biological basis for warmwater aquaculture and aquatic ecology. Amenities include laboratories, hatcheries for red drum and other species and a 36-pond complex, all within 10 miles of the central campus. Laboratories are equipped with extensive flow-through and recirculating tank systems, comprising more than 200 units, and with a variety of modern research equipment for work in areas of nutrition, bioenergetics, environmental physiology and developmental biology.

ARTF Wet Lab

ARTF Wet Lab

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