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  • Join EAS!
    student card required for retired persons certification of retired status required or for people or organisations based in certain countries Standard for all other persons and organisations E members may not have been EAS members for the last 5 years and may only be E members for a total of 3 years E members are part of the EAS network and have access to online information but do not enjoy the benefits of full members and do not have voting rights at the EAS General Assembly The benefits of each membership category are provided in the following table BENEFIT MEMBERSHIP CATEGORY Institutional Individual Life member E Member Voting Rights at the EAS General Assembly NEWS Aquaculture Europe Magazine Aquaculture Europe E newsletter PDF PUBLICATIONS Aquaculture International AQUI Peer Reviewed Scientific Journal online access Reductions on EAS Publications Reductions on Other Publications CONFERENCES Reduced Registration to EAS Conferences Reduced Registration to WAS Conferences WEB SERVICES EAS Members Database EAS Thematic Groups EAS Student Group EAS Association News ADVERTISING Free Adverts in Aquaculture Europe Membership prices Standard Reduced Institutional membership 300 200 Individual membership 90 60 Individual Life membership 720 E membership 30 Payment in Euro is required A supplement of 7

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  • AE magazine previous issues
    September 2010 Volume 35 No 3 Content Table From the EAS President FEATURE ARTICLE Portuguese aquaculture current status and future perspectives ARTICLES Labeo gonius Hamilton 1822 a potential candidate species for diversification of Indian aquaculture Sustainable semi intensive polyculture of seabream and sole in earthen ponds Traditional polyculture in Esteros in the Bay of Cadiz Spain Hopes and expectancies for the prevalence of a unique activity in Europe Optimising fish slaughtering procedures for semi intensive aquaculture NEW PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH FOCUS Reproduction of European eel in the focus of European top institutes Towards a self sustained aquaculture OTHER NEWS Pierre Luquet obituary AwF issues complete financial summary since its founding date Poland joins EUROFISH 4th Stakeholder and 2nd Assembly Meetings of the EATiP AQUACULTURE MEETINGS Calendar AQUACULTURE EUROPE MEETINGS UPDATE Aquaculture Europe 2010 the very latest Two great EAS events for 2011 June 2010 Volume 35 No 2 Content Table From the EAS President FEATURE ARTICLE Improving the environmental sustainability of aquafeeds for gilthead seabream and Senegalese sole ARTICLES The current status of extensive and semi intensive aquaculture practices in Southern Europe A joint European certification system for sustainable non intensive aquaculture a proposal from the SEACASE project Rearing fish larvae for extensive and semi intensive aquaculture the natural mesocosms system New species in European shellfish aquaculture Barnacle farming in the Azores NEW PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH FOCUS European Aquaculture PhD Portal Public opinion and risk assessment of farmed fish consumption OTHER NEWS Production conditions for imported farmed fish Intervet Schering Plough Animal Health introduces the SLICE Sustainability Project at Sea Lice 2010 Mr Goodfish Good for the Sea Good for you Aid for French oyster farmers approved AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2010 UPDATE AQUACULTURE MEETINGS AquaMedit 2010 International conference on Modelling of Integrated Multi Trophic Aquaculture IMTA Calendar OECD Workshop on Advancing the Aquaculture Agenda March 2010 Volume 35 No 1 Content Table From the EAS President FEATURE ARTICLE Better information needed for consumers on fish eco labels ARTICLES Cryopreservation of Indian Major Carp spermatozoa a tool for conservation and aquaculture Taking the Fish In Fish Out ratio a step further New Norwegian land based Modular Recirculating Aquaculture System M RAS TM applied for intensive farming of Asian seabass in Sri Lanka MEMBER NEWS New look for EAS website Questionnaire on EAS Membership EAS Elections 2010 NEW PUBLICATIONS NEWS Focus on Croatia The Association of Shellfish Producers Mali Ston Oyster Troutlodge further increase isle of Man capacity First certification awarded under the IFFO Global Standard for Responsible Supply European Parliament Committee on Fisheries report on the Green Paper on the reform of the Common Fisheries Policy RESEARCH FOCUS Supporting governance and multi stateholder participation in aquaculture research and innovation AQUACULTURE EUROPE UPDATE Aquaculture Europe 2010 to address the future of marine aquaculture Aquaculture Europe 2009 poster awards Addendum AQUACULTURE MEETINGS Second meeting of the working group on fish domestication Kochi announced as location for first Inidan aquaculture conference World Ocean Council Calendar Offshore Mariculture conference December 2009 Volume 34 No 4 Content Table From the EAS President FEATURE ARTICLE Innovations in land based recirculating aquaculture systems to produce market sized European lobster in Norway ARTICLES ASC label to be launched in early 2011 Cradle to gate environmental impacts of pangasius farming in the Mekong Delta MEMBER NEWS EAS elections 2010 Kinarca s general presentation Future Aquaculture Europe events EAS Student Group update OTHER NEWS Michael New receives WAS Exemplary Service Gold Medal New leadership for Aquaculture without Frontiers Sunil Kadri wins O2 National Small Business Award New name new focus for Northern Aquaculture in 2010 Investor sought for Alicante oyster farm Skretting opens fish feed plant in Turkey NEW PUBLICATIONS AQUACULTURE EUROPE UPDATE Aquaculture Europe 2009 poster awards Aquaculture Europe 2010 abstract online Aquaculture Europe 2009 summary AQUACULTURE MEETINGS CEEPUS summer course 2009 Offshore Mariculture 2010 Date chenge announced Calendar Aqua TNET s successful annual event in Spain September 2009 Volume 34 No 3 Content Table From the EAS President FEATURE ARTICLE Fish In Fish Out ratios explained ARTICLES Sustainable water treatment biodiversity and its implications for pubic health global warming MEAGRE A new candidate in Egyptian aquaculture Microencapsulation and aquaculture European researchers hit tuna spawning bonanza NEWS New Brunswick researchers receive award of excellence for developing innovative aquaculture practice Council of Europe conclusions on a strategy for the sustainable development of European aquaculture GAA statement on WWF Globalgap Linkage New coalition to make big splash for healthy fisheries A new approach to antifouling using spiky fibre coatings Celebrating fish health expert s extraordinary international career Skretting Norway silo silo delivery raises efficiency reduces CO 2 footprint Assesment of undesirable substances in aquaculture feeds Modulating effect of nutrients on contaminants NEW PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH FOCUS Trout genome sequencing to go Troutlodge and the animal breeding genomics center of Wageningen University to cooperate on research Sustainable development of Europe SMEs engaged in abolone aquaculture AQUACULTURE MEETINGS Calendar 7th International conference on molluscan shellfish safety Polish conference on marine aquaculture development Aqua Nor 2009 a success AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2010 UPDATE AE2010 to focus on the development of marine aquaculture June 2009 Volume 34 No 2 Content Table From the EAS President FEATURE ARTICLE Centre for Research based Innovation in Aquaculture Technology CREATE ARTICLES Challenge of offshore aquaculture in Korea The shape of future aquaculture R D Results of a Delphi study A new impetus for European aquaculture development RESEARCH FOCUS Synopsis of fisheries and aquaculture research projects in the EU 6th Framework Programme Prevent Escape Assessing the causes and developing measures to prevent the escape of fish from sea cage aquaculture NEW PUBLICATIONS AQUACULTURE MEETINGS First Interntional Seminar on Aquaculture R D I Platform fir Fish Farming Technology Development in Hungary PFFH Integrated approach for a sustainable and healthy freshwater aquaculture SustainAqua Calendar AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2009 UPDATE OTHER NEWS A new web based information system for aquaculture development the Regional Aquaculture Information System RAIS March 2009 Volume 34 No 1 Content Table From the EAS President FEATURE ARTICLE Potential role of seaweed culture in Integrated Multitrophic Aquaculture

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  • EAS Premium Sponsor Marine Harvest
    EAS Premium Sponsor Marine Harvest Print Email Parent Category ROOT Published Date Hits 42163 Marine Harvest harnesses nature to produce nutritious tasty and supreme quality food from the ocean As a result of its ongoing innovation and sustainable development it is the world s largest supplier of farmed Atlantic Salmon satisfying one fifth of global demand Marine Harvest supplies healthy delicious and sustainably farmed salmon and processed seafood to more than 50 markets worldwide The company is present and trusted in all major salmon farming regions in the world Key facts Marine Harvest employs 10 200 people and is represented in 22 countries Marine Harvest has salmon farming and processing activities in Norway Chile Scotland Canada Ireland and the Faroes Value adding processing activities take place in the US France Belgium the Netherlands Poland and Chile In addition Marine Harvest has several sales offices worldwide Marine Harvest is listed on the Oslo stock exchange ticker MHG The company s head office is located in Bergen Norway VISIT MARINE HARVEST EAS Member Login Remember Me Log in Forgot Login Sign up PREMIUM Sponsors Our Premium Sponsors show their commitment to EAS objectives and notably the linking of science and industry Logo

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  • Skretting sponsor of the EAS-SG
    production and supply of feed for farmed fish and shrimp Total annual production of high quality feeds is approximately 1 7 million tonnes in 2012 Skretting has operating companies on five continents to produce and deliver feeds from hatching to harvest for more than 60 species of farmed fish and shrimp Skretting is owned by international feed group Nutreco VISIT SKRETTING EAS Member Login Remember Me Log in Forgot Login

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  • CONSENSUS
    CONSENSUS initiative ran from 2005 to 2009 and was financially supported by the Commission of the European Communities under the Sixth Framework Programme Key Action Food Quality Safety Its core objective was to bring together stakeholders to define the path towards sustainable aquaculture development in Europe The original CONSENSUS web site at www euraquaculture org is no longer being hosted but the main outputs of CONSENSUS are provided here for you An overview of sustainability in European aquaculture Consensus Brochure Web pdf Report of the 1st CONSENSUS workshop 2005 2005 Workshop Summary document pdf Initial set of indicators derived from the 1st workshop Full Compilation of the CONSENSUS Indicators doc Special workshop report on consumers and seafood Special workshop summary document on consumers and seafood pdf Report of the 2nd CONSENSUS worksho p 2008 Final Stakeholder Meeting summary document pdf Themes and indicators for the FEAP Code of Conduct CONSENSUS themes and indictors for FEAP CoC pdf CONSENSUS Indicators as Best Practice benchmarks for European fish farming CONSENSUS Indicators as Best Practice benchmarks pdf Certification issues for European fish farming Sustainable aquaculture Certification issues pdf EAS Member Login Remember Me Log in Forgot Login Sign up PREMIUM Sponsors Our Premium

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  • EAS Premium Sponsor Marine Harvest
    EAS Premium Sponsor Marine Harvest Print Email Parent Category ROOT Published Date Hits 42164 Marine Harvest harnesses nature to produce nutritious tasty and supreme quality food from the ocean As a result of its ongoing innovation and sustainable development it is the world s largest supplier of farmed Atlantic Salmon satisfying one fifth of global demand Marine Harvest supplies healthy delicious and sustainably farmed salmon and processed seafood to more than 50 markets worldwide The company is present and trusted in all major salmon farming regions in the world Key facts Marine Harvest employs 10 200 people and is represented in 22 countries Marine Harvest has salmon farming and processing activities in Norway Chile Scotland Canada Ireland and the Faroes Value adding processing activities take place in the US France Belgium the Netherlands Poland and Chile In addition Marine Harvest has several sales offices worldwide Marine Harvest is listed on the Oslo stock exchange ticker MHG The company s head office is located in Bergen Norway VISIT MARINE HARVEST EAS Member Login Remember Me Log in Forgot Login Sign up PREMIUM Sponsors Our Premium Sponsors show their commitment to EAS objectives and notably the linking of science and industry Logo

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  • Skretting sponsor of the EAS-SG
    production and supply of feed for farmed fish and shrimp Total annual production of high quality feeds is approximately 1 7 million tonnes in 2012 Skretting has operating companies on five continents to produce and deliver feeds from hatching to harvest for more than 60 species of farmed fish and shrimp Skretting is owned by international feed group Nutreco VISIT SKRETTING EAS Member Login Remember Me Log in Forgot Login

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