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    EAS members AE event ABSTRACTS Job vacancies Contacts Logo Contact EAS EAS Logo Skip to content Error Please log in or sign up to view or modify your profile 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 reproduced with permission of MSD AH Support EAS gratefully aknowledges

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  • Reduced membership rates
    current student card required Retired persons certification of retired status required For individuals residing or institutes located in the countries listed below These countries are Albania Algeria Belarus Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Egypt Iran Lebanon The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Moldova Montenegro Morocco Romania Serbia Syria Tunisia Ukraine based on GNI per capita Atlas method current US Source www worldbank org EAS Member Login Remember Me Log in Forgot

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  • Sign up
    67 50 Life Member This is the membership rate for individual membership for life The one time fee is 727 50 including a one time mandatory administration fee of 7 50 Lifetime Subscription for EUR 727 50 Institutional Member This is the standard membership rate for institutes and which comes with special benefits including advertising Membership is based on a calendar year January December You are welcome to join at any time of the year and will receive all publications corresponding with your selected category related to that year The yearly fee January to December is 307 50 and this includes a mandatory annual administration fee of 7 50 Year 2016 for EUR 307 50 Institutional Member Reduced Rate This is the special membership rate for institutes located in eligible countries and which comes with special benefits including advertising Membership is based on a calendar year January December You are welcome to join at any time of the year and will receive all publications corresponding with your selected category related to that year The yearly fee January to December is 207 50 and this includes a mandatory annual administration fee of 7 50 Year 2016 for EUR 207 50 E Member E members may not have been individual EAS members for the last 5 years and may only be E members for a total of 3 years This is the rate for e membership but has certain benefit limitations and is available for a maximum period of three consecutive years Membership is based on a calendar year January December You are welcome to join at any time of the year and will receive all publications corresponding with your selected category related to that year The yearly fee January to December is 37 50 and this includes a mandatory annual administration

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    EAS members AE event ABSTRACTS Job vacancies Contacts Logo Contact EAS EAS Logo Skip to content Error Please log in or sign up to view or modify your profile 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 reproduced with permission of MSD AH Support EAS gratefully aknowledges

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  • Aquaculture Europe 2013
    and its practical implications Reid Hole Can we achieve value creation from research AE2013 POSTER AWARDS AE2013 Best Poster David Mazurais Biochemical histolotical and molecular study of the digestive tract development of European eel larvae Anguilla anguilla prior exogenous feeding AE2013 Best Student Poster Vojislav Banjac Influence of oil addition in main mixer and extrusion conditions on floating and sinking properties of trout feed Lindsay Laird Award Giulia Micallef Proteomic investigation on the effect of prebiotic dietary supplements on the skin mucus of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar Ibrahim Okumus Award T Aruety The fate of Streptococcus iniae in an intensive recirculating aquaculture system IRAS solid removal unit AE2013 LIST OF PARTICIPANTS PDF AE2013 Session Sponsors AE2013 Media Partners 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 reproduced with permission of MSD AH Support EAS gratefully aknowledges the support of EAS Student Group Sponsored by SPAROS Sustainable Aquaculture A European shellfish extension network Supporting governance and multi stakeholder participation in aquaculture research and innovation Indicators for sustainable aquaculture See also our YouTube Channel EAS Events Edinburgh Scotland September 20 23 2016 AE2016 GOLD SPONSOR SEE PAST EVENT INFO HERE EAS Publications Read these FREE EAS magazine articles Purchase from our Publications Catalogue and Order Form Advertise in our publications Free for Institutional Members Events supported by EAS EAS has agreements to support the following events where EAS members have discounted registration fees Calendar April 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Latest Events Aquaculture Extrusion Technology short

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  • AQUA 2012
    treatment of Artemia franciscana with a heat shock protein inducer protects against pathogenic Vibrio campbellii Lindsay Laird Award Jiří Křišťan The alcalase enzyme treatment for elimination of egg stickiness in pikeperch Sander lucioperca L Ibrahim Okumus Award Miguel Leal Culture of the tropical sea anemone Aiptasia pallida Biomass propagation rates and fatty acid profile AQUA 2012 Media Sponsors 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 reproduced with permission of MSD AH Support EAS gratefully aknowledges the support of EAS Student Group Sponsored by SPAROS Sustainable Aquaculture A European shellfish extension network Supporting governance and multi stakeholder participation in aquaculture research and innovation Indicators for sustainable aquaculture See also our YouTube Channel EAS Events Edinburgh Scotland September 20 23 2016 AE2016 GOLD SPONSOR SEE PAST EVENT INFO HERE EAS Publications Read these FREE EAS magazine articles Purchase from our Publications Catalogue and Order Form Advertise in our publications Free for Institutional Members Events supported by EAS EAS has agreements to support the following events where EAS members have discounted registration fees Calendar April 2016 Su Mo Tu

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  • Aquaculture Europe 2011
    to marine fish feeds AE2011 POSTER AWARDS AE2011 Best Poster Paola Cirino Out of season maturation in sea urchin AE2011 Best Student Poster Pablo Arechavala Lopez Identify a Mediterranean escapee Lindsay Laird Award Carolina de Haro Tenebrio mollitor meal for Nile tilapia Ibrahim Okumus Award Vasco Mota Are fish swimming in steroids AE2011 SESSION KEYNOTES provided with permission of the presenters Alternative aquaculture Maria Teresa Dinis Alternative aquaculture and sustainable use of coastal areas Aquaculture and the consumer Kriton Grigorakis Emerging issues in marketing and quality of farmed fish Hatchery production Manuel Yufera Food feeding protocols and feeding behaviour in larval fish Engineering and technology Joël Aubin Environmental criteria for fish farming acceptability New species Neil Duncan New species for aquaculture production including ornamentals Welfare Anders Kiessling Fish welfare one key factor to achieve sustinable fish farming Zebrafish Laia Ribas Zebrafish and other laboratory fish models for aquaculture research AE2011 List of Participants PDF AE2011 Session Sponsors AE2011 BRONZE SPONSORS AE2011 TECHNICAL SPONSORS AE2011 Media Partners 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 reproduced with permission of MSD AH Support EAS gratefully aknowledges the support of EAS Student Group Sponsored by SPAROS Sustainable Aquaculture A European shellfish extension network Supporting governance and multi stakeholder participation in aquaculture research and innovation Indicators for sustainable aquaculture See also our YouTube Channel EAS Events Edinburgh Scotland September 20 23 2016 AE2016 GOLD SPONSOR SEE PAST EVENT INFO HERE EAS Publications Read these FREE EAS magazine articles Purchase from our Publications Catalogue and Order Form Advertise in our publications Free for Institutional Members Events supported by EAS EAS has agreements to support the following events where EAS members have discounted

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  • AquaNor Forum 2011
    Netherlands Closing the tap in RAS Luigi Michaud University of Messina Italy Bacterial population management optimisation of biofilter relation to possible pathology Steven Summerfelt The Conservation Fund USA Containment systems for biosecurity escapes alien species and other environmental factors Upscaling Marine cage systems Session Moderator Arne Fredheim SINTEF and CREATE Norway Tore Kristiansen Institute of Marine Research Norway Farming fish in large exposed and or submergible cages biological challenges and technological constraints Ulrik Ulriksen OCEA AS Norway Technologies to deliver feed and medication effective delivery of pellets over large distances and a large surface area to improve consumption levels and reduce losses Gunnar Senneset SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture Norway Farming intelligence The control of the total process of farming by understanding the integrated use of equipment and the process of operations and combining this with knowledge of biological issues and the physical environment Cato Lyngøy Marine Harvest Norway What is the ideal cage size Upscaling the eco system appraoch Session Moderator Max Troell Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics Sweden Thierry Chopin et al Canadian Integrated Multi Trophic Aquaculture Network CIMTAN University of New Brunswick Canada Progression of the Integrated Multi Trophic Aquaculture IMTA concept and up scaling of IMTA systems towards commercialisation Bela H Buck AWI Germany Upscaling IMTA in offshore environments challenges and possibilities Margareth Øverland UMB Aquaculture Protein Centre Norway Ecological feeds Impact of conventional versus alternative diets in integrated aquaculture systems Geir Lasse Taranger IMB Bergen Norway Biological and technological methods to minimize risk of disease and parasite load from salmon farms to wild stocks EAS greatly acknowledges the financial support provided by our AQUA NOR FORUM supporters EAS PREMIUM SPONSORS AQUA NOR FORUM MEDIA PARTNERS EAS Member Login Remember Me Log in Forgot Login Sign up PREMIUM Sponsors Our Premium Sponsors show their commitment to

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