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You will find articles here that have been published in various magazines, trade journals etc. Most are presented in a PDF format and you will require Adobe Acrobat to open them. Some articles have an external link to the site of their original publication.
If you want pdfs of papers in scientific journals, please contact Dr. Thierry Chopin

  1. “Eco-physiological and biochemical study of two of the most contrasting forms of Chondrus crispus (Rhodophyta, Gigartinales)” by Chopin T., and Floc'h, J.-Y., in Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 81: 185-195. January 1992.PDF
  2. “A new and rapid method for carrageenan identification by FTIR diffuse reflectance spectroscopy directly on dried, ground algal material” by Chopin T., and Whalen, E., in Carbohydr. Res. 246: 51-59. August 1993.PDF
  3. “Phosphorus and nitrogen nutrition in Chondrus crispus (Rhodophyta): effects on total phosphorus and nitrogen content, carrageenan production, and photosynthetic pigments and metabolism” by Chopin, T., Gallant, T., and Davidson, I., in J. Phycol. 31: 283-293. April 1995.PDF
  4. “Polyphosphates in the red macroalga Chondrus crispus (Rhodophyceae)” by Chopin, T., Lehmal, H., and Halcrow, K., in New Phytol. 135: 587-594. April 1997.PDF
  5. “Aquaculture conference seeks solutions” in The Moncton Times and Transcript, 24 August 1998.PDF
  6. “Phycocolloid chemistry as a taxonomic indicator of phylogeny in the Gigartinales, Rhodophyceae: a review and current developments using Fourier transform infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy” by Chopin, T., Kerin, B.F., and Mazerolle, R., in Phycol. Res. 47: 167-188. June 1999.PDF
  7. “An assessment of the AFLP method for investigating population structure in the red alga Chondrus crispus Stackhouse (Gigartinales, Florideophyceae)” by Donaldson, S.L., Chopin, T., and Saunders G.W., in J. Appl. Phycol. 12: 25-35. February 2000.PDF
  8. “Integrating seaweeds into marine aquaculture systems: a key towards sustainability” by Chopin, T., Buschmann, A.H., Halling, C., Troell, M., Kautsky, N., Neori, A., Kraemer, G.P., Zertuche-Gonzalez, J.A., Yarish, C., and Neefus, C., in J. Phycol. 37: 975-986. November 2001.PDF
  9. "Fish farms clean up their act" in BioMedNet - Top Stories, 4 June 2003.PDF
  10. "Polyculture: profiting from an eco-friendly mix" in Atlantic Business 14 (3): 52-55, June/July 2003. PDF
  11. "Integrated aquaculture" in Canadian Geographic 123 (5): 24, September/October 2003. PDF
  12. "Cleaning up aquaculture " in The Navigator 6 (10): 57-58, October 2003.PDF
  13. “Integrated mariculture: asking the right questions” by Troell, M., Halling, C., Neori, A., Chopin, T., Buschmann, A.H., Kautsky, N., and Yarish, C., in Aquaculture 226: 69-90. November 2003.PDF
  14. “Integrated aquaculture: rationale, evolution and state of the art emphasizing seaweed biofiltration in modern mariculture” by Neori, A., Chopin, T., Troell, M., Buschmann, A.H., Kraemer, G.P., Halling, C., Shpigel, M., and Yarish, C., in Aquaculture 231: 361-391. March 2004.PDF
  15. "Cleaning up the sea cages " in Saltscapes 5 (3), May/June 2004.PDF
  16. Brochure on integrated multi-trophic aquaculture for AquaNet. AquaNet Fact Sheet 2: 4 p., June 2004. EnglishFrançais
  17. "Fixing fish farms" by Elizabeth Querna in US News & World Report 137 (5): 62, August 2004. PDF
  18. Proceedings of the Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture Workshop held in Saint John, N.B., 25-26 March 2004. Bull. Aqua. Assoc. Canada 104-3, December 2004. PDF
  19. "Salmon farming" in ScienCentral News - Top Story, 10 March 2005.
  20. "A seaweed soaks up TNT - and may help clean oceans" by Mark Clayton in The Christian Science Monitor, 24 March 2005. PDF
  21. "Plan would expand ocean fish farming" by Marian Burros in The New York Times, 2 June 2005. PDF
  22. News release ("Minister declares July 4-10 Aquaculture Week") in Government of Newfoundland and Labrador site, 4 July 2005.PDF
  23. "Rationale for developing integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA): an example from Canada" in Fish Farmer 29 (1): 20-21, January/ February 2006. PDF
  24. "Conference speakers' profiles - Thierry Chopin, Seaweed Connoisseur" in FISHupdate 1: 35, March 2006. PDF
  25. "What's 'Cooke'ing in the Bay? Surf'n Surf'n Surf or integrated aquaculture!" in Cooke Aquaculture Newsletter, Spring 2006. PDF
  26. "IMTA: template for production?" in Fish Farming International: 27, May 2006. PDF
  27. "Feds invest $2.9 million in multi-species aquaculture research" in Northern Aquaculture 12 (3): 10, May/June 2006. PDF
  28. "NB aquaculture professor receives award from France" in Northern Aquaculture 12 (3): 26, May/June 2006. PDF
  29. "France honours innovative New Brunswick professor" in Fish Farmer 29 (3): 7, May/June 2006. PDF
  30. “The seaweed resource of Eastern Canada” by Thierry Chopin and Raul Ugarte. In: World Seaweed Resources. An Authoritative Reference System: 46 p. (2006). A.T. Critchley, M. Ohno and D.B. Largo (Eds.). A multimedia, interactive DVD-ROM. ETI BioInformatics Publishers, Amsterdam. ISBN: 90 75000 80 4. (16.5 MB PDF)
  31. “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture. What is it and why you should care... and don't confuse it with polyculture” in Northern Aquaculture 12 (4): 4, July 2006. PDF
  32. “Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture making headway in Canada” in The Canadian Aquaculture Research and Development Review, p. 28, January 2007. PDF
  33. “Effects of germanium dioxide, an inhibitor of diatom growth, on the microscopic laboratory cultivation stage of the kelp, Laminaria saccharina” by Shea, R., and Chopin, T., in J. Appl. Phycol. 19: 27-32. February 2007.PDF
  34. “Integrated multitrophic aquaculture. Canadian project combines salmon, mussels, kelps” in Global Aquaculture Advocate 10 (2): 52-55, March/April 2007. PDF
  35. “Seaweed connoisseur becomes association president” in Fish Farmer 30 (3): 32-33, May/June 2007.PDF
  36. “Professor at University of New Brunswick becomes President of International Seaweed Association” in Northern Aquaculture 13 (3): 21, May/June 2007.PDF
  37. “IMTA in full gear” in Cooke Aquaculture Newsletter, Spring 2007.PDF
  38. “Professor at the University of New Brunswick becomes President of the International Seaweed Association” in Aquaculture Europe 32 (2): 30-31, June 2007.PDF
  39. “Turning water-borne waste nutrients into a cash crop” in Inshore Ireland 3 (3): 21, June 2007.PDF
  40. Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture” in Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.
  41. Wikipedia listing for Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture” in, 5 July 2007.
  42. "Wikipedia listing for Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture" in, 5 July 2007.
  43. “Thierry Chopin: un passionné des algues et de l'aquaculture doublé d'une fonction diplomatique” in Le Saint-Jeannois 107: 7, 28 August 2007.PDF
  44. “Canadian research: integrated multi-trophic aquaculture” in National Shellfisheries Association Quarterly Newsletter: 3 and 6, September 2007.PDF
  45. "Competition for space is critical, says Borg" in, 25 October 2007.PDF
  46. “A taste of Atlantic Canada” in Intermezzo 6 (16): 22-23, Fall 2007.PDF
  47. New Brunswick salmon farmers are environmental leaders, says trade body” in, 3 February 2008.PDF
  48. Growing seaweed sustainably” in The Gulf of Maine Times 12 (1): 1 and 8, Winter/Spring 2008.
  49. “Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) will also have its place when aquaculture moves to the open ocean” in Fish Farmer 31 (2): 40-41, March/April 2008.PDF
  50. Microgreens prize-winning idea for N.B. entrepreneurs” in the New Brunswick Telegraph Journal, 24 March 2008.
  51. “Visiting scientists - Advances in integrated co-culture” in Water & Atmosphere 16 (1): 7, Spring 2008.PDF
  52. TV programme to feature Canadian aquaculture project” in, 23 April 2008.
  53. 'Holistic' Aquaculture On TV Tonight” in The FishSite, 24 April 2008.
  54. “Pour une aquaculture durable: un changement s’impose” in FrancVert, le Webzine Environnemental 4 (2), Spring 2008.PDF
  55. “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) – the right move for sustainability?” in Inshore Ireland 4 (3): 20, June 2008.PDF
  56. “Mussels and kelp help salmon farmers reduce pollution” in SeaWeb 1 (2), July 2008.PDF
  57. Mussels and kelp help salmon farmers reduce pollution” in The FishSite, 3 July 2008.
  58. “New Brunswick’s Cooke Aquaculture continues to lead in growth and innovation” in BioAtlantech New Brunswick Bio-Industry/Bio-Sciences News, July 2008.PDF
  59. “Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture on the move - IMTA regulations take a step forward” in Northern Aquaculture 14 (4): 8, July/August 2008.PDF
  60. Well farmed fish could help feed the world” in, 10 September 2008.
  61. “Farming fish for the future” by Brian Halweil in Worldwatch Report 176: 50 p., September 2008.PDF
  62. “A new breed of fish farming” in the Globe and Mail, 24 September 2008.PDF
  63. “The 19th International Seaweed Symposium: a turning point in the seaweed industry sector?” by Thierry Chopin in his Closing Remarks at the 19th International Seaweed Symposium, Kobe, Japan (2007), as the new President of the International Seaweed Association. In: Proceedings of the 19th International Seaweed Symposium: XI-XIII, Springer, October 2008.PDF
  64. New Brunswick team receives prestigious NSERC Synergy Award” in BioAtlantech News & Events, 26 November 2008.
  65. University of New Brunswick partnership recognized with Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada Award ” in News@UNB, 27 November 2008.
  66. Salmon farms pack on mussels - Aquaculture researchers show how seaweed and shellfish can boost sustainability” in the New Brunswick Telegraph Journal, 1 December 2008.
  67. NSERC Award presented to aquaculture project” in The FishSite, 1 December 2008.
  68. Local aquaculture pro wins prestigious award” in KV Style 4 (52): 8, 26 December 2008.
  69. “Applying an ecosystem-based approach to aquaculture: principles, scales and some management measures” by Soto et al.: 15-35. In Building an ecosystem approach to aquaculture. D. Soto, J. Aguilar-Manjarrez and N. Hishamunda (Eds.). FAO/Universitat de les Illes Balears Expert Workshop. 7-11 May 2007, Palma de Mallorca, Spain. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Proceedings. No. 14. Rome, FAO. 2008. 221 p. PDF
  70. “Thierry Chopin et son equipe reçoivent le prestigieux Prix Synergie pour l’Innovation du Conseil de Recherches en Sciences Naturelles et en Genie du Canada” in Le Saint-Jeannois 122: 9, 2 January 2009.PDF
  71. A sustainable way to feed a hungry world” on UNB website, 7 January 2009.
  72. NSERC presents 2008 Synergy and Innovation Challenge Awards” in NSERC News Releases, 15 January 2009.
  73. “IMTA wins recognition on East Coast” in Northern Aquaculture 15 (1): 14, January/February 2009.PDF
  74. “Impressions from the Seafood Summit in San Diego” by Tom Philpott, Food Editor for Grist, Environmental News & Commentary, 4 February 2009.PDF
  75. Closing the aquaculture loop” by Twilight Greenaway in Culinate, 5 February 2009.PDF
  76. Development: aquaculture awaits its heyday” by Stephen Leahy in IPS News, 17 February 2009.PDF
  77. “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture: the way of the future?” by Sarika Cullis-Suzuki in The Sea Around Us Project Newsletter 52: 1-2, March/April 2009.PDF
  78. “Suzuki visits Cooke Aquaculture IMTA sites” by Barb Rayner in The Saint Croix Courier, 5 May 2009.PDF
  79. “Science and Research/IMTA” in Cooke Aquaculture Newsletter, Spring 2009.PDF
  80. “Aquaculture Association of Canada – Research Award of Excellence” in Aquaculture Association of Canada Special Publication 15: 11-13, Spring 2009.PDF
  81. Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture continues to be the focus of accolades and attention by scientific community, and the public” in BioAtlantech News, 2 June 2009.
  82. NB researchers win Excellence Award for aquaculture innovation” in GROWfish, Gippsland Aquaculture Industry Network Inc., 3 June 2009.
  83. New Brunswick aquaculture researchers recognized” in SeafoodSource, 3 June 2009.
  84. “New Brunswick researchers receive award of excellence for developing innovative aquaculture practice” in Aquaculture Europe 34 (3): 22, September 2009.PDF
  85. New Brunswick pioneer in sustainable aquaculture wins 2009 New Brunswick BioSciences Achievement Award” in BioAtlantech News & Events, 22 September 2009.
  86. Local research team wins third award” by Candice Mac Lean, in The New Brunswick Telegraph Journal, 28 October, 2009.
  87. “Integrated, Multi-Trophic Aquaculture being studied in Canada” by Odd Grydeland, in FishfarmingXpert 5: 28-33, October 2009.PDF
  88. The Nature of Things will feature Cooke Aquaculture – Episode will highlight firm’s integrated multi–trophic approach” by Jeff Ducharme, in The New Brunswick Telegraph Journal, 6 November 2009.
  89. “L’aquaculture intégrée multi-trophique pour une aquaculture durable” by Marion Richard and Jérôme Hussenot, in Aquafilia 35: 5-9, October-November 2009.PDF
  90. Tidbits - Thierry Chopin” in KV Style 5 (50): 5, 11 December 2009.
  91. Thierry Chopin in “Saint John – Life on your terms”” on the web site of Entreprise Saint John, January 2010.
  92. Government of Canada invests in new Strategic Research Networks” on the website of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), 2 February 2010.
  93. NSERC Canadian Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture Network (CIMTAN) (2009-2014)” on the website of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), 3 February 2010.
  94. Over $10 Million awarded by NSERC in UNB-led Strategic Networks in Aquaculture and Wood Products/Building Materials” in BioAtlantech News, 15 February 2010.
  95. Research led by UNBSJ prof gets $5M in funding” by Sandra Davis, in The New Brunswick Telegraph Journal, 19 February 2010.
  96. Researcher looks to new aquaculture markets – Marine biologist will be honoured Thursday at the Innovation Foundation R3 gala in Fredericton” by John Pollack, in The New Brunswick Telegraph Journal, 15 March 2010.
  97. R3 Gala 2010 taking place tonight at Delta” by Alexandra Davis, in The Daily Gleaner, 18 March 2010.
  98. New way of fish farming could help fix environment” by Randy Shore, in The Vancouver Sun, 24 March 2010.
  99. Revenir aux méthodes ancestrales en aquaculture” by Chantal Roussel, in L’Etoile, 25 March 2010.
  100. New Brunswick Innovation Foundation honours 3 bio-science researchers at its 2010 R3 Gala; $5M in new support by Province of NB” in BioAtlantech News, 29 March 2010.
  101. Building a better fish farm” by Thierry Chopin, in The New Brunswick Telegraph Journal, 7 April 2010.
  102. “New fish farm designs mimic nature” by Noreen Parks, in Frontiers in Ecology & the Environment, the magazine of The Ecological Society of America: 172, May 2010.PDF
  103. “IMTA. The future of fish farming?” by Brian Harvey, in Fish Farming International 37 (4): 20-25, April 2010.PDF
  104. A sustainable idea for fish farms” by Jane Black, in the Washington Post, 21 May 2010.
  105. Fish farms that mimic nature” by Marc Gunther, Contributing Editor to Fortune Magazine, 21 May 2010.
  106. How green is blue? Lessons on aquaculture from the Cooking for Solutions conference” by Twilight Greenaway, in Civil Eats, 27 May 2010.
  107. Fishing for sustainable salmon farms – aquaculture expert redefines fish farms” by Jimmy Mengel, in Green Chip Stocks, 7 June 2010.
  108. Aquaculture: progress and challenges” by Linda Mensiga, in The Washington Times, 21 June 2010.
  109. “OECD workshop on Advancing the Aquaculture Agenda” in Aquaculture Europe 35 (2): 45-46, June 2010.PDF
  110. Book “Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food” by Paul Greenberg. The Penguin Press, New York, July 2010: 285 p. Pages 69-73 and 255 cover IMTA.PDF
  111. Fix the farm, not the salmon” by Paul Greenberg, on Mark Bittman, Changing the way America eats, 22 July 2010.
  112. The lure of fish farming” by Wency Leung, in The Globe and Mail, 27 July 2010.
  113. The big deal about fish” by Russ Parsons, in Brand X Daily, 5 August 2010.
  114. Polyculture: the new aquaculture?” by Braddock Spear, in Sustainable Ocean Project, 8 August 2010.
  115. The industrialization of fishing” by Marc Gunther, Contributing Editor to Fortune Magazine, 8 August 2010.
  116. “Kan tare bli berginga?” by Torill Myren, in Sunnmørsposten, Ålesund, Norway, 25 August 2010.PDF
  117. “Utslepp blir mat” by Svein Aam, in Sunnmørsposten, Ålesund, Norway, 31 August 2010.PDF
  118. Event highlights business opportunities in green food” by Stephen Llewellyn, in The Daily Gleaner, 23 September 2010.
  119. “Les systèmes intégrés d’élevage, une voie possible pour l’aquaculture durable” by Jérôme Hussenot, in Infosamak International Magazine 3: 41-42, May-September 2010.PDF
  120. “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture. Part I. Responsible practice provides diversified products, biomitigation” by Chopin et al., in Global Aquaculture Advocate 13 (5): 38-39, September-October 2010.PDF
  121. Green eggs and ham” by Julia Belluz, in Maclean’s Magazine 123 (41): 72-73, 25 October 2010.
  122. “Going green: balancing act – Salmon farming shows eco-gains, but gap remains” by Lisa Duchene, in Seafood Business Magazine 29 (11): 28-29, 1 November 2010.PDF
  123. Earth Beat – The future of farming” by Marnie Chesterton of Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 12 November 2010.
  124. “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture. Part II. Increasing IMTA adoption” by Chopin et al., in Global Aquaculture Advocate 13 (6): 17-20, November-December 2010.PDF
  125. “Aquaculture in the Gulf of Maine” a fact sheet of the Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment, EcoSystem Indicator Partnership, Aquaculture Subcommittee: 4 p., January 2011.PDF
  126. Loblaw launches WiseSource™ Salmon”, 27 January 2011.
  127. Launching of the WiseSource™ Salmon campaign by Loblaw” on True North Salmon Company, 27 January 2011.
  128. “Labortoire sur mer” by Mireille Leblanc, in Progrès 8 (1): 26-27, Spring 2011.PDF
  129. “The people behind the fish” by Rijuta Dey, Andy McNicoll and Rachel Mutter, in Fish Farming International: 24-29, June 2011.PDF
  130. Science across Canada – Canada’s Best” by Jason Hagerman, in Bio Business: 14-18, May-June 2011.
  131. “The phycological community lost a great scientist: Dr. Jack L. McLachlan, FRSC” by Eurico C. Oliveira and Thierry Chopin, in Proceedings of the 20th International Seaweed Symposium, Journal of Applied Phycology 23 (3): V, June 2011.PDF
  132. “The 20th International Seaweed Symposium: getting out of the phycological ivory tower to be much more societally relevant” by Thierry Chopin in his Opening Remarks at the 20th International Seaweed Symposium, Ensenada, Mexico (2010), as the President of the International Seaweed Association, in Proceedings of the 20th International Seaweed Symposium, Journal of Applied Phycology 23 (3): IX-XI, June 2011.PDF
  133. “Poissons, algues, coquillages: l’aquaculture intégrée a ses chances en marais” by Solène Le Roux, in Cultures Marines 248: 8-9, July-August 2011.PDF
  134. “Seaweeds… not so yucky! They are part of our everyday lives” by Thierry Chopin, in Cooke Aquaculture Newsletter: 14-15, Spring/Summer 2011.PDF
  135. “Diversification of the aquaculture sector. Seaweed cultivation, integrated multi-trophic aquaculture, integrated sequential biorefineries” by Chopin et al., in Global Aquaculture Advocate 14 (4): 58-60, July-August 2011.PDF
  136. “Emerging from the deep – Ranking supermarkets on seafood sustainability. 2011 edition” by Greenpeace, July 2011.PDF
  137. Greenpeace applauds Canada’s grocers for improved seafood practices” by Jessica Leeder, in The Globe and Mail, 7 July 2011.
  138. Le rapport d’étape sur l’engagement de Loblaw envers les produits de la mer durables révèle que l’entreprise est sur la bonne voie”, in CNW, 7 July 2011.
  139. “The future of fish: can farming save the last wild food?” by Bryan Walsh, in Time Magazine 178 (3): 28-36, 18 July 2011.PDF
  140. “Aquaculture: it’s not just fish any more” by Barb Rayner, in The St. Croix Courier, 12 August 2011.PDF
  141. “Aqua Nor Forum 2011 – Summary Report” by the European Aquaculture Society, August 2011.PDF
  142. “Let’s get certified; Exploring the certification of farmed seafood” by Trevor Ward, Bruce Phillips and Read Porter, in World Aquaculture 42 (3): 31-36, September 2011.PDF
  143. The seaweed and shellfish solution” by Renée Cho, in E-The Environmental Magazine, September-October 2011.PDF
  144. “IMTA featured in dance presentation” by Barb Rayner, in The St. Croix Courier Weekend, 23 September 2011.PDF
  145. “A fishy dance performance – Show makes science accessible through movement” by Laura Lyall, in Here NB 12 (40): 22, 6 October 2011.PDF
  146. “When dance and science meet” by Kathy Kaufield, in KV Style 7 (39): 18-19, 7 October 2011.PDF
  147. Motus’O multi-trophic moves” by Kathy Kaufield, in The Telegraph Journal, 8 October 2011.
  148. A new perspective on science” by Alanah Duffy and Heather Campbell, on UNB website, 10 October 2011.
  149. “IMTA message recreated in dance” by Kathy Kaufield, in Aquaculture North America 2 (6): 1 and 7, November-December 2011.PDF
  150. “Progression of the Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) concept and upscaling of IMTA systems towards commercialization” by Thierry Chopin, in Aquaculture Europe 36 (4): 5-12, December 2011.PDF
  151. “Unique conference explores seafood sustainability” by Thierry Chopin, in Cooke Aquaculture Newsletter: 8-9, Fall/Winter 2011.PDF
  152. “Dance puts the “culture” in aquaculture” by Thierry Chopin, in Cooke Aquaculture Newsletter: 22-23, Fall/Winter 2011.PDF
  153. “Fish Farming International introduces Editorial Board” by Rachel Mutter, in Fish Farming International 39 (2): 19, February 2012.PDF
  154. “האצות החיוניות לקיומנו” or “Algae are essential for our existence” by Thierry Chopin and Amir Neori, in Teva Hadvarim (The Nature of Things) 198: 46-58, April 2012. PDF
  155. “Seaweed aquaculture provides diversified products, key ecosystem functions. Part I. Lesser-known species group tops mariculture output” by Thierry Chopin, in Global Aquaculture Advocate 15 (3): 42-43, May-June 2012.PDF
  156. “From ocean to engine - Creating a renewable fuel from seaweed may be a popular idea but making the product commercially viable remains a huge challenge, UNB professor says” by Chris Morris, in The Telegraph Journal, 7 May 2012.PDF
  157. “Seaweed aquaculture provides diversified products, key ecosystem functions. Part II. Recent evolution of seaweed industry” by Thierry Chopin, in Global Aquaculture Advocate 15 (4): 24-27, July-August 2012.PDF
  158. “Raising a salmon ecosystem” by Jeanine Stewart, in Fish Farming International 39 (7): 30-31, July 2012.PDF
  159. “Taking a close-up look at land-based recirculating IMTA system development at Florida's HBOI-FAU” by Paul S. Wills, in Fish Farming News 3 (1): 20-23,
    July 2012.PDF
  160. “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture - A sustainable, pioneering alternative for marine cultures in Galicia”, English version, Salvador Guerrero and Javier Cremades (Eds.), Xunta de Galicia, Vilanova de Arousa (Pontevedra), 58 p., 2012.PDF
  161. “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture - A sustainable, pioneering alternative for marine cultures in Galicia”, Castilian version, Salvador Guerrero and Javier Cremades (Eds.), Xunta de Galicia, Vilanova de Arousa (Pontevedra), 58 p., 2012.PDF
  162. “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture - A sustainable, pioneering alternative for marine cultures in Galicia”, Galician version, Salvador Guerrero and Javier Cremades (Eds.), Xunta de Galicia, Vilanova de Arousa (Pontevedra), 58 p., 2012.PDF
  163. A new cosmetic product from IMTA seaweeds” by Barb Rayner, in The St. Croix Courier, 13 November 2012.
  164. N.B. seaweed sought for anti-aging properties” by Rachel Cave on CBC News New Brunswick, 20 November 2012.
  165. “Aquaponics - More than just an ideal” by Avani Nadkarni, in Fish Farming International 39 (11): 22-25, November 2012.PDF
  166. “Open-water integrated multi-trophic aquaculture: environmental biomitigation and economic diversification of fed aquaculture by extractive aquaculture” by Chopin, T., Cooper, A., Reid, G., Cross, S., and Moore, C., in Reviews in Aquaculture 4: 209-220. December 2012.PDF
  167. “Aquaculture, Integrated Multi-Trophic (IMTA): 542-564” by Chopin, T., in Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology R. A. Meyers (Ed.). Springer, Dordrecht, 12, 586 p. January 2013.PDF
  168. “Understanding the recurrent large-scale green tide in the Yellow Sea: temporal and spatial correlations between multiple geographical, aquacultural and biological factors” by Liu, F., Pang, S.J., Chopin, T., Gao, S., Shan, T., Zhao, X., and Li, J., in Marine Environmental Research 83: 38-47. January 2013.PDF
  169. “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture – Ancient, adaptable concept focuses on ecological integration” by Thierry Chopin, in Global Aquaculture Advocate 16 (2): 16-19, March-April 2013.PDF
  170. How mussel farming could help to clean fouled waters” by Paul Greenberg, in Yale Environment 360, 9 May 2013.
  171. How to clean up fish farms and raise more seafood at the same time” by Richard Harris, in the National Public Radio food blog The Salt - What's on your plate, 6 June 2013.
  172. “CIMTAN: the Canadian Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture Network” by Thierry Chopin et al., in the Canadian Aquaculture R&D Review 2013, Aquaculture Association of Canada Special Publication 23: 48-55, June 2013.
  173. “En Chine, la mer Jaune devient la “mer verte”” by Harold Thibault, in Le Monde, 8 July 2013.
  174. “Fish farms getting their own ecosystems” by Laura MacInnis, in The New Brunswick Business Journal, 8 July 2013.
  175. “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture could help fight against sea lice” by Barb Rayner, in The Saint Croix Courier, 8 July 2013.
  176. Sustainable ancient aquaculture” by Mark J. Spalding, Kathryn Peyton and Ashley Milton, in National Geographic Ocean Views, 11 July 2013.
  177. Who speaks for science? The view from Canada” by Rees Kassen, in Global Young Academy Connections: 7-10, Spring/Summer 2013.
  178. Aquaculture firm to expand” by Brian Medel, in The Chronicle Herald, 19 August 2013.
  179. “Aquaculture’s Turquoise Revolution” by Lesley Evans Ogden, in BioScience 63 (9): 697-704, September 2013.
  180. “Weight ratios of the kelps, Alaria esculenta and Saccharina latissima, required to sequester dissolved inorganic nutrients and supply oxygen for Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, in Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture systems” by Reid, G.K., Chopin, T., Robinson, S.M.C., Azevedo, P., Quinton, M. and Belyea, E., in Aquaculture 408-409: 34-46. September 2013.PDF
  181. “Local IMTA products featured at Saint John restaurant” by Barb Rayner, in The Saint Croix Courier, 22 November 2013.
  182. “Prospects for Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) in the open ocean” by Chopin et al., in the Bulletin of the Aquaculture Association of Canada 111 (2): 28-35, 2013.
  183. Pour laver sa réputation, le poisson d’élevage va devoir partager ses bassins” by Karine Le Loët, in, 14 January 2014.
  184. “New Brunswick Marine Bioscience” by BIONB (English), 31 January 2014.
  185. “Les Biosciences Marines au Nouveau Brunswick” par BIONB (français), 31 January 2014.
  186. These tiny fish may cure salmon farming’s environmental problem” by Clare Leschin-Hoar, in takepart, 27 March 2014.
  187. Is it time to reconsider farmed salmon?” by Clare Leschin-Hoar, in takepart, 19 April 2014.
  188. “The 21st International Seaweed Symposium: seaweed science for sustainable prosperity” by Thierry Chopin and Iain Neish, in Journal of Applied Phycology 26 (2): 695-698, April 2014.
  189. “Estaba tan bien en Galicia que no quería irme ni de erasmus y ya llevo 16 años fuera” by Sandra Penelas, in Faro de Vigo, 11 May 2014.
  190. “Profile of Thierry Chopin” by Thierry Chopin, in Profiles in Canadian Aquaculture. Bulletin of the Aquaculture Association of Canada 112 (1): 14-16, 2014.
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  197. “Die Zukunft der Zucht”, by Karin Schlott, in Natur: 42-48, September 2014.
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  206. “Saint John professor awarded one of France’s highest honours” by Kelsey Pye, in The Telegraph Journal, 28 February 2015.
  207. Un professeur de Saint Jean décoré de l’Ordre National du Mérite” by Sébastien Lachance, in L’Acadie Nouvelle, 2 March 2015.
  208. “Brewed with a seaweed twist – Picaroons’ kelp beer hits shelves” by Laverne Stewart, in The Telegraph Journal, 27 March 2015.
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  211. Beer with the tang of the sea”, in Aquaculture North America, May 4,2015.
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  214. “Le Seafood Fusion Magazine”, magazine of the Seafood Fusion Festival November 2015.
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  217. Breaking the boom and bust of North Atlantic seaweed”, by Claire Eamer, in Hakai Magazine, 5 January 2016.
  218. Motus O dance theatre arrives at Capitol”, in Nelson Star, 25 January 2016.
  219. “La buena gestión del mar pasa por la acuicultura multitrófica”, by Marta Ramos, in Canarias 7, 27 January 2016.
  220. “Los expertos solicitan licencia para implantar los policultivos en acuicultura”, by María Jesús Hernández, in La Provincia, 30 January 2016.
  221. “Los expertos piden cambiar la ley para el cultivo sostenible del mar”, by Marta Ramos, in Canarias 7, 30 January 2016.
  222. “Sea superfood”, by Treena Hein, in Food in Canada: 41-43, April 2016.
  223. Making fish farming more sustainable”, by Renée Cho, in State of the Planet, Earth Institute of Columbia University, 13 April 2016.
  224. “UNB prof dances way into royal spotlight during conference in Brazil”, by Alex Consiglio, in The Telegraph Journal, 15 April 2016.
  225. “Summaries of the Monaco Blue Initiative 2016 – 7th edition, São Paulo, April 3rd & 4th, 2016”, in Monaco Blue Initiative Newsletter #4, June 2016.
  226. “Acuicultura multitrófica integrada – Contención natural para las Floración Algal Nociva (FANs)?”, in AQUA Acuicultura + Pesca 196: 21-23, July 2016.
  227. “Vancouver researchers examine IMTA economics – Study examines willingness to pay for environmental benefits”, by Matt Jones, in Aquaculture North America, July/August 2016: 26.
  228. “What lies beneath? Organic kelp!"”, in Cooke Aquaculture Newsletter: 56, Summer 2016.
  229. “Kelp biochar: a potential plant substrate for freshwater aquaponics”, by T. Chopin and S. Murray, in Hatchery International 17 (5): 34, September/October 2016.
  230. “Safeguarding the future of the global seaweed aquaculture industry”, by Elizabeth Cottier-Cook et al., in United Nations University (UNU-INWEH) and Scottish Association for Marine Science Policy Brief ISBN 978-92-808-6080-1. 12 p., September 2016.
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  233. “Station marine. Deux jours de colloque”, in Le Télégramme de Brest, on October 1, 2016.
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  237. Une certification pour les algues en 2017”, by Amélie Gosselin, in ICI Radio-Canada Nouveau-Brunswick, on December 20, 2016.
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  239. “Interview with Thierry Chopin”, by Thierry Chopin and Norbert Hoeller, in Zygote Quarterly 19 (2): 18-35, February 2017.
  240. “An extract of the marine alga Alaria esculenta modulates a-synuclein folding and amyloid formation”, by J.C. Giffin, R.C. Richards, C. Craft, N. Jahan, C. Leggiadro, T. Chopin, M. Szemerda, S.L. MacKinnon and K.V. Ewart, in Neuroscience Letters 644: 87-93, February 2017.
  241. “Seaweed could be the key to Parkinson's cure new research suggests”, by Derwin Gowan, in The Telegraph Journal on March 13, 2017.
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