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Boosting Europe's aquaculture production

A short film made for EuroparlTV on aquaculture, in the light of the 2009 Commission strategy on the development of the sector, and the report by MEP Guido Milana of the Committee on Fisheries.

Call for contributions to FAO overview of COPs/BMPs in aquaculture

The FAO Aquaculture Service calls for contributions to the development of a worldwide overview and databank of Codes of Practice, Codes of Conduct, Best (Better) Management Practices, Technical Guidelines, etc. in aquaculture. These documents could be sent to FAO in hard copy format or electronic format, or, if available online, by informing FAO of the relevant website, internet link or URL. For further information on the scope of this initiative, please visit FAO's aquaculture gateway page.

European Parliament aquaculture studies available online

Three studies carried out for the Committee on Fisheries of the European Parliament are now available online (search under Fisheries). The studies - Evaluation of the Impact of « A strategy for the Sustainable Development of European Aquaculture » COM (2002) 511 Final (Coordinated by the EAS and available in ES,DE,EN,FR,IT); Regulatory and Legal Constraints for European Aquaculture (available in ES,DE,EN,FR,IT) and European Aquaculture Competitiveness : Limitations and Possible Strategies (available in EN) - were done to assist the Committee in formulating its opinion on the Commission 2009 Strategy for the development of European aquaculture.

AwF launches online donation appeal

Aquaculture without Frontiers (AwF) has launched its online appeal to solicit donations from the global aquaculture industry and interested public to support its objective of alleviating poverty by improving livelihoods in developing countries. AwF has created an online secure donor page at its website at www.aquaculturewithoutfrontiers.org where companies and individuals can make donations using their credit card.

Our peer reviewed journal launches "perspectives"

Aquaculture International (AQUI), our scientific journal is planning a new section called “Perspectives”. This contains short papers that describe in which direction a particular area of research is likely to develop. Knowing that writing articles is time consuming we are encouraging EAS members and others to send available text that would be more or less ready for publishing. “The state of the art and progress beyond” as required by FP7 or other project proposals could be ideal for that. Please send material to Gavin Burnell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. For presenters of papers or posters at our AE2009 conference in Trondheim this summer, please also consider its publication in AQUI. Information for authors and submission is available here.
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Your PhD thesis on the AQUA-TNET PhD portal

The AQUA-TNET PhD portal - http://www.phdportal.ugent.be - is a very interesting source where scientific and background information on finished doctoral research work throughout Europe is available. Over 100 PhD theses are now uploaded, with new PhD's adding every week. You can find (links to) full PhD - manuscripts, abstracts, related articles and author information. When available and free of copyright and privacy hampering, on-demand video streaming of the PhD - defence is possible.

AE2009 abstract CD for sale!

spiral.gifThe abstract CD of the Aquaculture Europe 2009 conference, "New Research Frontiers" is now for sale. If you could't get to Trondheim, you can still pick up this CD for just €15 (for EAS members, excl. postage). Follow the links in the box "EAS Publications" on the right to see the full list of EAS publications and the order form.

Best Poster Awards at AE2009

spiral.gifAt each of our annual AQUACULTURE EUROPE events, EAS offers awards of €250 to the Best Poster and the Best Student Poster - as judged by the session chairs and then by the Programme Committee co-chairs. AE2009 was no exception. CONGRATULATIONS to the winners.....
For Best Poster: Marianne ALUNNO-BRUSCIA et al. for their poster entitled MODELLING Crassostrea gigas GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION IN DIFFERENT CONTRASTED ECOSYSTEMS BY USING DYNAMIC ENERGY BUDGET THEORY (see PDF of poster)

For Best Student Poster: Marta Miñambres et al. for their poster entitled "EARLY DETERMINISM OF GROWTH RATE IN MYTILUS GALOPROVINCIALIS SEED CULTURED IN LONG-LINE" (see PDF of poster)

FAO Global Aquaculture Conference - June 2010

"Farming the Waters for Food and People" is the theme of the Aquaculture 2010 conference organised by FAO, NACA and the Thai Department of Fisheries, to be held in Bangkok in June next year. The conference will review and address emerging issues in aquaculture development and build consensus on advancing aquaculture as a global, sustainable and competitieve food production sector.
The second announcement is available here  pdf

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