ForensisGroup Aquatic Farm Expert Witnesses work in the area of aquaculture (also known as “aquiculture” or “aqua farming,” or “aquafarming”), which is the farming of fish, crustaceans, mollusks, aquatic plants, algae, and other aquatic organisms.
Aquatic farming activities require licensing and permitting state and federal agencies. Our experts are involved in that process and have worked with governments and private entities to secure approvals for operations. They assist with technical, regulatory, and planning services related to aquatic farming.
These professionals are aqua farm nutritionists, operation managers, and engineers and serve as experts in cases involving the federal government, such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and cases of aquaculture expansion without adequate environmental oversight.
Our experts have advanced degrees in veterinary science, aquaculture and related disciplines, and engineering.
They have studied major aquaculture species and conduct aquaculture research studies, perform site investigations and inspections, and provide assessment reports for aquaculture and fish passage facilities. They also analyze and design pressurized and open channel water conveyance systems including pipelines, channels, and pump stations. They develop project plans, technical specifications, and construction documents for aquaculture and fish passage facilities. This includes design calculations, technical reports, figures, conceptual drawings, feasibility analysis, alternatives analysis, long range planning documents, and permitting applications.
ForensisGroup has been connecting attorneys with highly qualified experts since 1991. Contact our office today and discuss your expert requirements with our helpful staff. We will be happy to connect you with a trusted and credible aquatic farm expert witness for your case.