International Training of Trout Aquaculture in RAS
“Trout Aquaculture in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems” training program, is held between 16-21 July 2019 in the Central Research Institute of Fisheries, one of FAO aquaculture training centers. Researchers from Russia, Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria and Georgia has participated in the training. Also, Assistant General Manager of General Directorate of Agricultural Research and Policies Assoc. Prof. Dr. İlhan Aydın has participated in too. Theoretical presentations and practical applications on trout farming in RAS will continue during the training. Through the event, the knowledge and experience of our Institute will be shared with Black Sea countries.
7th Anchovy Workshop
The studies started in 1989 for the management policy of anchovy by our institute, have been continuing with constant monitoring projects since 2005. Since 2013, anchovy has been monitored by our institute both at the sea via acoustic methods and on landing. The Georgian coast were added to acoustic studies in the Black Sea this year upon request from Georgia. Acoustic research for anchovies conducted in foreign waters for the first time by a research vessel belonging to the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Turkey.
In the workshop, together with the seasonal evaluation of the project “monitoring pelagic fish stocks” carried out by our institute and METU Erdemli Institute of Marine Sciences, the acoustical studies for anchovy on the coast of Georgia for the first time via the research vessel belonging to our institute and the impressions about anchovy hunting in Georgia were presented by Murat ERBAY. In the workshop, Dr. Ekin Akoğlu from METU Erdemli Marine science institute made a presentation entitled “Development of Black Sea Fish Stocks under Changing Environmental and Climatic Conditions” and also Dr. Erdal Üstündağ from General Directorate of Fisheries and Aquaculture made a presentation entitled “Current situation and development of Anchovy fishery in the Black Sea”. Ian Scott from Italy make a presentation entitled “The implementation of stock valuation in fishing activities” in the scope of the iFISH project conducted within TAGEM and finally opinions, suggestions and evaluations of all participants about the present and future of anchovy which is the most important species of Black Sea were taken.
Fish Genetics Resources-Practical Training on Molecular Methods (CACFish)
Under the coordinator-ship of United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization-Sub-regional Office for Central Asia, the regional training program titled ” Fish Genetics Resources-Practical Training on Molecular Methods” hosted by our institute and “Central Asian and Caucasus Regional Fisheries and Aquaculture Commission (CACFish)”, is organized between 19-22 March.
The program of commission formed for the purpose of establishing a common mechanism for the sustainable use of fisheries resources among Central Asian and Caucasian countries and for sharing the country’s experiences in aquaculture.
A total of 18 participants from Azerbaijan, Armania, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Russian Federation and Ukraine took part in the training.
Workshop on Age Reading of Selected Black Sea Species
Under the BLACKSEA4FISH project supported by FAO-GFCM, “Workshop on Age Reading of Selected Black Sea Species: Anchovy and Whelk” will be held in our institute between 28 January and 1 February.
General Directorate of Agricultural Research and Policies, Deputy General Manager Assoc. Prof. İlhan AYDIN has attended the opening meeting of the workshop.
There are scientists from Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Georgia and Russia as well as researchers from Turkey in the workshop.
ADC Establishment and Turbot Training
Central Fisheries Research Institute (SUMAE) have established an Aquaculture Demonstrative Center in collaboration with FAO and GFCM. SUMAE, which will provide trainings on fish farming at various times, has started to give its first training on turbot production. 7 experts from Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Romania and Georgia participated in the training program which be held between 14 and 23 May 2018. The aim of the training is to transfer the experience of turbot culture obtained from SUMAE – JICA to other countries.
GFCM Black Sea Meeting
Regional meeting to operationalize the strategy for the sustainable development of Mediterranean and Black Sea aquaculture held on March, 2018. Meeting is organized by the Aquaculture Committee of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) in collaboration with Tunisia, Morocco, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Georgia, Romania, Slovakia, Moldova, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Italy, Spain, Malta, Montenegro and Greece, FAO, Fisheries and Water General Directorate of Fisheries (BSGM) and Fisheries Central Research Institute (SUMAE).
Regional Expert Meeting on Conservation and Management of Fish Genetic Resources Workshop
In cooperation with FAO and under the CACFISH project, a regional workshop held and hosted by our institute. There were participants from Central Asia and the Caucasus region at the workshop. This workshop is focused on the conservation and management of fish genetic resources and was being held on 2-4 May 2017. The full texts of the presentations is published in GENAQUA.
Workshop on the Management of Anchovy in the Black Sea by GFCM & SUMAE
Workshop on the Management of Anchovy in the Black Sea, organizing by GFCM and hosting by SUMAE, was held in Trabzon at December 15-16, 2015. In the workshop, presentations about anchovy were done by the researchers from different Black Sea countries. On behalf of Turkey; Ali Cemal Gücü, Esra Denizci and Murat Dağtekin made a presentation. At the end of the workshop, anchovy management plan was drafted. Anchovy management plan will be re-conceived and final formed in Working Group of Black Sea which will be held in Kiev, Ukraine at March 5-7, 2016.
FABA 2014 | International Symposium on Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
FABA 2014: International Symposium on Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences organized by the Central Fisheries Research Institute (SUMAE) which was held in Trabzon, Turkey on September 25 to 27, 2014. The first meeting of FABA was held in 2013 in various universities in Turkey. The symposium focused on the theme “Marine and Inland Biodiversity: Interactions with Fisheries and Aquatic Environments” and explored the following topics: Fisheries Biology and Management, Aquaculture, Hydro-biology, Fish Diseases, Seafood Processing Technology, Biotechnology and Genetics, Invasive Species, Global Warming and Fisheries, Water Quality and Pollution, Fisheries Socio-Economics.