The purpose of the Committee on Aquaculture is to provide a forum for discussion and Cooperation between members of the diverse aquaculture industries, regulatory and tribal agencies, and the research community, as they address problems and opportunities related to aquatic animal health and well-being, seafood safety, and public health. The committee develops and recommends policies and actions for the USAHA that will facilitate harmonization of aquatic animal health regulations and the activities of stakeholder federal, state, tribal, and local agencies, and in so doing, ensure the economic stability of the aquaculture industries.
Resolution 7: Use of the Lacey Act to Regulate Animal Pathogens
Resolution 4: AQUATIC ANIMAL DRUG APPROVAL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
Resolution 6: UNITED STATES NATIONAL LIST OF REPORTABLE ANIMAL DISEASES
Resolution 8: USE OF THE LACEY ACT TO REGULATE ANIMAL PATHOGENS
Resolution 4: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL AQUATIC ANIMAL HEALTH PLAN
Resolution 7: National Aquatic Animal Health Plan
Resolution 8: Federal Funding for an Aquatic Animal Laboratory Network
Resolution 9: Use and Interpretation of Polymerase Chain Reaction Results for Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia Virus
Resolution 6: Funding for Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia Surveillance
Resolution 1: Interim Emergency Regulation
Resolution 2: Recommendation to Re-list Oncornynchus Masu Virus Disease (OMVD)
Resolution 3: Supply and Distribution of Standardized Diagnostic Reagents for the Listed Disease of Aquatic Animals
Resolution 4: National Aquatic Animal Health Plan
Resolution 12: Adequate Long-Term Financial Support for the State-Federal Infectious Salmon Anemia Program and Indemnification in the Northeastern U.S.
Resolution 14: Risk Assessment in Aquatic Animal Health