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  • Aquaculture Europe 2008
    Society and hosted by the Polish Fisheries Association Supported by the Polish Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development AE2008 SESSION SPONSOR FARMERS DAY SPONSOR AE2008 SUMMARY REPORT PDF AE2008 Plenary Speakers PRESENTATIONS abstracts Ian Johnston Prospects for the application of basic research in fish morphology physiology and genomics for understanding and influencing the domestication process in aquaculture species Ronald Hardy Utilization of plant proteins in fish diets effects of global demand and supplies of grains and oilseeds Guido van den Thillart Towards a sustainable eel aquaculture in Europe Carmen Popa Managing our natural resources water Sunil Kadri Fish welfare in European aquaculture where have we been where have we got to and where are we going AE2008 POSTER AWARDS abstracts AE2008 Best Poster Yi Min Chen Isolation and characterization of Taiwanese Thraustochytrid species screening of strains for Docosahexaenoic Acid DHA production AE2008 Best Student Poster Dariusz Kaczmarczyk Assemblage of spawning pairs of farmed american paddlefish based on their individual genetic profiles A new tool in managing of the broodstock s gene pool Lindsay Laird Award Sabine Keuter Inhibitory effects of plastics and nitrate on nitrification in aquacultural biofilters EAS Member Login Remember Me Log in Forgot Login Sign up PREMIUM

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  • Aquaculture Europe 2007
    White All human activities affect our environment What is acceptable in the case of sustainable aquaculture Doris Soto How does aquaculture interact with biodiversity Karl Almås How will aquaculture find the space to develop Karen Brunsø How to address consumer expectations and concerns AE2007 POSTER AWARDS AE2007 Best Poster T Kobayashi Cryopreservation of blastomeres for surrogate reproduction of endangered freshwater fish AE2007 Best Student Poster Ricardo Zerolo Characterization of microbiota

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  • AquaNor Forum 2007
    Akvaforsk Institute of Aquaculture Research Norway The fish larvae future source of profit or potential disaster Eamonn O Brien Skretting Marine Feeds Belgium Nutritional aspects related to larval rearing success in marine hatcheries John Sweetman Ecomarine Ltd Greece The management of critical stressors in the hatchery environment and their impact on performance Gunvor Øie Sintef Fisheries and Aquaculture Norway New technology in larval rearing MY LAND HOME Session Moderator Sunil Kadri University of Glasgow Aquaculture Innovation UK Sunil Kadri Aquaculture Innovation University of Glasgow U K Fish welfare and land based systems an introduction Jean Paul Blancheton IFREMER France Fish welfare in land based production systems from flow through to recirculation in relation to water quality and fish density Hilde Toften Fiskeriforskning Norwegian Institute of Fisheries Aquaculture Research Norway If welfare is important Focus on intensity and water quality in salmon smolt production William Harris MariCal Inc USA Analysis of the relationships between smolt quality and seawater performance Hans van de Vis Wageningen IMARES Dept Aquaculture The Netherlands Stunning of farmed fish assessment and implications for product quality Rian Schelvis Smit Wageningen IMARES The Netherland s Consumer perception of farmed fish and farmed fish production MY SEA HOME Session Moderator Alexandra Neyts Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norway Geir Lasse Taranger Institute of Marine Research Department of Aquaculture Norway Welfare biology in sea cage culture of salmon and sea bas s Bob Waller Freedom Food Ltd UK Profit through welfare Kjell Maroni FHL Norwegian Seafood Federation Norway Technological challenges in sea cage welfare Mary Ellen Walling BC Salmon Farmers Association Canada Animal welfare in aquaculture the new issue for aquaculture critics Optimising welfare in fish containment systems Contributions Arne Fredheim SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture Aquaculture Technology Norway New concepts in cage technology based on multi disciplinary research Olav Breck

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  • EAS Premium Sponsor Marine Harvest
    EAS Premium Sponsor Marine Harvest Print Email Parent Category ROOT Published Date Hits 42166 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
    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 Sign

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  • 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 Sponsors

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  • Upcoming EAS events
    Hits 16568 Aquaculture Europe 2015 Rotterdam The Netherlands October 20 23 2015 Aquaculture Europe 2016 Edinburgh UK September 20 23 2016 See the press release on AE2016 and the information

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  • EAS Online
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