C. Somerville's scientific contributions

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... Thus, to improve urban FNS and reduce the pressure on the environment, Davies et al. [14] and FAO [18] calls for the introduction of novel circular agri-food technologies and practices in the urban food systems, which simultaneously generate income through profitable businesses. A number of studies [6,7,9,37] have also emphasized the need for innovative urban farming technologies that require limited resources (i.e., land and water). Examples of such innovative urban farming technologies include recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS). ...