Welcome back! After a brief intermission, we delve deeper into the fascinating world of AQUACULTURE. Our esteemed speakers are poised to captivate your attention once more. Each presenter will share their insights for 10 minutes, followed by an interactive 5-minute Q&A session. This session promises to be a dynamic continuation of the morning’s discussions, offering fresh perspectives and sparking engaging dialogues. Get ready to be inspired!
Session I (Continued): AQUACULTURE STUDIES CHAIR: ENRIC GISBERT
INNOVATION CORNER John A. Theodorou | SOS Pinna | The Pinna Seed Recruitment
Mollusc farming and its environmental performance as a potential driver of Blue Growth – View Presentation A. MARTINI*, R. Napolitano, F. Capoccioni, M. Martinoli, N. Tonachella, D. Pulcini
Biomass Production Performance and Nutritional Value of Microalgae Grown in Remineralized Sludge Water Obtained from Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) Aquaponics – View Presentation M. YEŞILTAŞ*, M.A.T. Koçer, F. Pak, Ö. Aktaş, E. Koru
Life Cycle Assessment in Aquaculture Using a Disease Management Tool as A Method to Reduce Environmental Impacts M. Kirkou, E. Konstantinidis, C. Perdikaris, J.A. THEODOROU*
Modelling Fish Stomach Emptying: Model Selection and Parameterisation of Potential Predictors Ö. DÜRRANI*
Public Participation in Coastal Area Management in the Southeast Black Sea of Turkey: A Case Study of Trabzon – View Presentation N.P. ISMAIL*, C. ERÜZ
Advance GFCM 2030 Strategy at our cutting-edge Aquaculture Feed Workshop. Esteemed industry leaders will unveil innovative solutions to optimize aquaculture feed production, nutrition, and sustainability. From novel ingredients to precision feeding systems, this workshop aligns with the FAO’s vision for a responsible and resource-efficient aquaculture sector. Whether you’re a feed manufacturer, researcher, or aquaculture professional, this event offers invaluable knowledge and networking opportunities, steering us toward a future of sustainable aquaculture.
The 3.0 Generation of Feed Ingredients: Circularity, Carbon Footprint and Fish Welfare – View Presentation
What awaits the Fish Feed Industry towards 2030? Current Trends & Expectations – View Presentation
Discover the secrets of successful Turbot farming while aligning with the FAO Blue Transformation and GFCM 2030 Strategy. Esteemed experts will share the latest advancements in sustainable practices for this prized species. Topics include Turbot hatchery techniques, optimal feed management, and strategies for environmental sustainability, all in harmony with the FAO’s transformative vision. Whether you’re an experienced farmer or a newcomer to aquaculture, this interactive event promises valuable insights and networking opportunities, driving us closer to FAO’s sustainable Aquaculture goals.
Contribute to the FAO Blue Transformation and GFCM 2030 Strategy by joining our Allocated Zone Aquaculture Workshop. Delve into zoning strategies, environmental considerations, and community engagement, all aligned with the FAO’s vision for sustainable aquaculture management. Through interactive discussions and insightful case studies, discover how allocated zones ensure responsible growth while preserving marine ecosystems. Be part of this progressive dialogue that embraces the FAO’s vision for a sustainable aquaculture sector.