11th Global Summit on

Aquaculture & Fisheries

Theme: New Strategies Towards Creative Aquaculture Practices

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Event Location

Tokyo, Japan

18 years of lifescience communication

Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Tracks & Key Topics

Aqua 2019

ABOUT CONFERENCE

Aquaculture and Fisheries Conferences

Theme: New Strategies Towards Creative Aquaculture Practices

In continuation to past successful scientific meetings, we welcome you to 11th Global Summit on Aquaculture & Fisheries this world Aquaculture Conferences overwhelmingly emphasis on “New Strategies Towards Creative Aquaculture Practices” This aqua2019 gathering will cover the innovative methods, the most recent techniques and new research systems, developments, and the newest updates in Aquaculture and Fisheries  and it gives an opportunity to meet the researchers from all different geographical  areas and industry peers and world-renowned speakers

Aqua 2019 Concentrate on various areas of Aquaculture, for example Aquaculturists, Aquaculture researchers, aquaculture consultants, Marine biologist, aquaculture architects, analysts and chiefs both from the scholarly community and industry over the globe.

These Aqua 2019 Proceedings include symposiums and workshops, keynote speeches, plenary talks, poster sessions and panel discussion on latest research developments in the field of Aquaculture, Fisheries and Marine biology, Oceanography

Opportunities for Conference Attendees

For Researchers &Faculty:
Speaker Presentations
Poster presentations
Symposium
Workshop organizing
Group participation

For Universities, Associations & Societies:
Association Partnering
Collaborations
Academic Partnering
Group Participation

For Students & Research Scholars:
Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
Student Attendee
Group registrations

For Business Delegates:
Speaker Presentations
Symposium hosting
Book Launch event
Networking opportunities
Delegate participation

For Companies:
Exhibitor booths Sponsorships opportunities
Product launch
Workshop organizing
Marketing and Networking with clients

Euroscicon organizes International Aquaculture, Fisheries Meetings annually across Europe, Austria, Ireland, Germany, France, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Finland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Denmark, Macedonia, Greece, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Scotland, Latvia, Ukraine, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Netherlands Russia, Bulgaria, France, with solitary subject of quickening logical revelations. 

Tracks:

Aquatic Biology
Aquatic biotechnology
Aquatic pathology
Marine Chemistry
Aquacultural engineering
Aquaculture economics
Aquatic Organisms
Aquaculture Production
Fresh water aquaculture
Marine biology
Mari culture
Pisciculture
Oceanography
Aquatic plants
Fisheries science
Aquaculture nutrition
Coastal studies
Nano aquaculture
Fish pathology
Global aquaculture market
Oyster culture
Salmon- fish
Intensive aquaculture
Aquaculture production
Aquaculture fisheries japan
Aquatic environment
Fishing industry
Sea & reef aquaculture
Brackish water aquaculture
Recirculating Aquaculture Systems – RAS

Targeted audience:
Aquaculture nutritionist
Aquaculture specialist
Aquaculture engineers
Aquaculture consultants
Aquaculture Chief-operating officers
Aquaculture mentors
Aquaculture technical contractors
Aquaculture graduate students
Aquaculture professors
Aquaculture engineers
Marine biologists


 

 

  

 

 

SESSIONS & TRACKS

Track 01: Aquaculture Biology

Aquatic Biology is a sub-discipline of biology it deals with biology and ecology of organisms living in freshwater systems such as streams and lakes to estuarine, coastal and open ocean ecosystems. Aquatic biology it includes:
 Biological oceanography
 Limnology
 Marine biology

                                                 

Aquatic Biology is the science of living things involved with the fresh water ecosystems of our planet. Which they will study wetlands, rivers, lakes and ponds. Aquatic Biology is aMultidisciplinary forum for analysis on the biology of organisms in Marine, salt and contemporary waters.

Track 02: Aquatic Biotechnology

Biotechnology contributes to current or potential uses of marine products with in the areas of:
Cultivation & Conservation of marine ecosystems
Therapeutics/medicines
Aquatic animal health and seafood safety
Biomedical analysis
Algae cultivation
                                                           

The Ocean It covers virtually three fourths of our planet and has the potential to feed the planet and provide cures for several diseases. Studying sea plants and animals is a challenge that is becoming easier due to advanced technologies like deep-sea submersibles, sonar, lasers, videos, and satellites.
Biotechnology provides chances for improving the health of aquatic organism and the safety of the food supply. More than 50 diseases affect fish and cause millions of dollars in losses each year. Many molecular probes assays are being developed for detecting bacteria, viruses and parasites that infect fish and shellfish. A hand-held antibody test kit has been developed to detect Vibrio cholera, the virus that causes cholera, in oysters Moreover, specific marine bacteria have been developed that can aid in the offensive effort if a toxic spill should occur; thus biotechnology can help society by protecting the environment as well.  Biotechnologists are also interested in developing vaccines for Disease causing agents that pose threats to fish cultivated by aquaculture, Aquatic biotechnologists are also working to detect contaminated seafood by identifying genes with encoded toxins.

Track 03: Aquatic Pathology:

Fish pathology deals with the diseases and disease causing agents that effects fish normal living. It studies fish protective mechanism against diseases and its cure. Areas of interest of pathology is regularly covered include host-pathogen relationships, Fish pathogen studies, pathophysiology, diagnostic methods, therapy, epidemiology, descriptions of new diseases.
Diseases of fish and shellfish affect both wild and aquaculture populations, accounting millions of dollars of loss in fishery revenues and ecosystem services each year there are some fish diseases and   infections that can be transmitted from fish to water in which they are transmitted to humans.
                                                   

Aquatic Pathology it includes
 Fish pathology
 Host pathogen interactions
 Wild life pathology
 Diseases of aquatic molluscs
 Diseases of crustaceans

Disease transmission from fish to humans is dependent upon several factors including
Type of organism (Viral, Parasitic or Bacterial)
The liability of the host
Environmental Factors

Track 04: Marine Chemistry:

Marine chemistry is the study of processes of chemicals and composition of chemicals of the world’s oceans and it also deals with the chemical composition of the sea water it is therefore a special field of water chemistry and it also deals with aspects of atmospheric chemistry, geochemistry, the biosphere and environmental chemistry
Marine Chemistry is also known as Ocean chemistry, Marine chemistry influenced by Turbidity, currents, sediments, atmospheric constituents, metamorphic activity and ecology. The field of marine chemistry studies the chemistry of marine environments including the influences of diverse variables.
                                                       
Marine chemistry deals with the conditions and interactions between organic and inorganic compounds and the physical geological and biological conditions and the interactions of chemical systems with the marine organisms in the ocean. Marine chemistry involves studying the structural and compositional transformations as well as energy transformations

Track 05: Aquaculture Engineering

Aquacultural engineering is a field of engineering that aims to solve technical problems associated with aquatic farming; aquaculture systems requiring optimization and engineering include sea cages, ponds and recirculating systems etc... The design and management of these systems is based on their production goals and the farming operations. Aquaculture engineering has played major role in the expansion of the aquaculture industry, understanding the engineering behind aquatic production facilities is of increasing importance for all those working in the industry.
                                                              

Aquaculture technology requiring knowledge of mechanical, biological and environmental systems along with instrumentation and material technology

Track 06: Aquaculture Economics

The aquaculture economics reviewed on the basis of two levels
1. Micro – economics
2. Macro – economics
                                                        

1. Micro - economics: Micro economics mainly deals with the management measures and elements affecting the efficiency of operation at the farm level
2. Macro-economics: Macro-economics deals with the assessment of social benefits and costs of an aquaculture project.

The importance of economic analysis is highlighted since it provides a basis not only in the decision making of the individual farmer, but also in the formulation of aquaculture policies. Thus, greater consideration should be focused on the progress of economic data for analysis In the USA less than $50 million is spent annually for research and development in Aquatic Biotechnology, Japan spends between $900 million and $1 billion annually.
The Effective analysis of Asian countries that have spent with in basic science research on aquatic biotechnology and the economic success of their products have encouraged other countries to invest a substantial amount of time and resources in aquatic biotechnology

Track07: Aquatic Organisms:

Aquatic organisms classified into 4 major groups varying on their habitat, biological characteristics & adaptations

Micro Organisms
Plants
Invertebrates
Vertebrates

                                                          

Aquatic animals relate to animals that live predominantly in different water forms, such as seas,oceans, rivers, lakes, ponds, etc.aquatic animals include fish, jellyfish, sharks, whales, octopus, barnacle, sea otters, crocodiles, crabs, dolphins, eels, rays, mussels, and  Aquatic plants such as water hyacinth, water lettuce, water fern, duckweed, water lilies, and water grass. And these habitats where aquatic animals and plants live on are referred to as aquatic habitats it may be freshwater, marine, or salt water. Organisms possess morphological and anatomical adaptations that enable them to live and increase in aquatic habitats. Aquatic animals that can move freely using their fins or tentacles, and other locomotory organelles to propel themselves in an aquatic medium

Track 08: Diseases of Aquaculture & Fisheries

Common diseases of fish: ulcers, cloud eye, dropsy, white spot, bacterial infection, fungal infections etc….Pathogens which can cause fish diseases
Viral infections
Bacterial infections
Fungal infections
Water moulds
                                                      

Ulcers: Pseudomonas and Aeromonas bacteria it causes ulcers symptoms are pinky-white open wounds often with a white edge and sometimes secondarily infected by fungi and other bacteria   
reason for infection: very poor water quality or an excessively high pH level
Action: test the water for ammonia and nitrite or change water to reduce the pollution levels Treatment: fish lose salts through open wounds add aquarium salt at a dose of 1-3 g/litre and use anti-ulcer treatment

Cloud eye: Cloud eye is caused by the poor water quality and poor diet Symptoms: entire surface or lens of eye takes cloudy appearance
Reason: commonly caused by the poor water conditions
Treatment & Action:  improve water conditions

Track 09: Fresh Water Aquaculture

Freshwater aquaculture is the culture of aquatic species within the  freshwater environment.
The main species of freshwater fish produced, other than barramundi, are:

Fresh water culture systems: cultivable organisms are cultured in different types of culture systems there are three culture systems
                                               

Open culture systems
 Cage culture
 Pen culture
 Raft culture
 Rack culture

Closed culture system
1.Water recirculation system

Semi-closed culture system
1. Pond culture
2. Raceway culture
The selection of the system depends up on the function of the organisms to be grown and ideas of the farmer

Track 10: Marine Biology

Marine biology is the study of marine organisms that deals with animals and plants that live in the ocean. Major aim of marine biology is to discover how ocean phenomena control the circulation of organisms Special attention is given to determining the dynamics of marine ecosystems
                                                        
Marine life is a huge resource, providing food, medicine, and raw materials, in addition to helping to support recreation and tourism all over the world. Marine organisms contribute significantly to the oxygen-cycle, and the guideline of the Earth's climate  in part protected by marine life, and some marine organisms even help create new land. Many types of species  are economically important to humans, including both finfish and shellfish. It is also becoming agreed that the well-being of marine organisms and other organisms are linked in fundamental ways. The study of marine biology includes a extensive variety of disciplines such as astronomy, biological oceanography, cellular biology, chemistry, ecology, geology, meteorology, molecular biology, physical oceanography and zoology 

Environmental marine biology: it includes the study of ocean health. It is important for scientists to regulate the quality of the marine environment to ensure water quality is sufficient to endure  a healthy environment

Track 11: Mariculture

Mariculture is a branch of aquaculture involving the cultivation of marine organisms for food and other products. Mari culture is defined as the cultivation of the marine organisms in the open ocean or in tanks or ponds which are filled with seawater. An example of the Mari culture is farming of marine fish, including finfish and shellfish like prawns, or oysters and seaweed in saltwater ponds. Non-food products produced by Mariculture include: fish meal, nutrient agar, cosmetics, and Jewellery e.g. cultured pearls

Mariculture has quickly expanded over the last two decades due to new technology, improvements feeds and greater biological understanding of farmed species, increased water quality within closed farm systems, greater demand for seafood products
                                                                

Commonly identified environmental impacts from marine farms are:
 Wastes from cage cultures
 Farm escapees and invasive
 Genetic pollution and disease and parasite transfer
 Habitat modification.

Types of Mari culture:
Seawater ponds
Tank farming
Alga culture
Sea Cage farming
Long Line farming
Raceway farming Fish hatcheries
Integrated multitrophic aquaculture (IMTA)

Track 12: Pisciculture

Pisciculture is the artificial breeding and transplantation of the fish is called Pisciculture or fish farming Pisciculture mainly involves raising fish commercially in enclosures for food Pisciculture is the principal form of aquaculture , the most important fish species produced in fish farming are carp, tilapia, salmon, and catfish.

There are two main types of Pisciculture
1.The Rearing in imprisonment of young fishes to an edible stage
2.Stocking of natural waters with eggs
                                                             

Importance of Pisciculture is:

it has a major role in augmenting  food production as the world demand for fish products  is increasingly  steadily
It helps to utilize the vast areas like paddy fields can be used for circulating of fishes
Pisciculture generate employment for many people in the rural areas of developing countries

Track 13: Oceanography

Oceanography is also called oceanology or marine science, Oceanology is the study of the physical and the biological aspects of the ocean. It is an Earth science covering a varied range of topics, including ecosystem dynamics; ocean currents, waves, and geophysical fluid dynamics; geology of the sea floor; and fluxes of various chemical ingredients and physical properties within the ocean

Oceanography is divided into four branches:

1.Biological oceanography: Biological oceanography is also called marine biology it investigates the ecology of marine organisms in the context of the physical, chemical and geological characteristics of their ocean environment and the biology of individual marine organisms.

2.Chemical oceanography: chemical oceanography is also called ocean chemistry, are the study of the chemistry of the ocean. Whereas chemical oceanography is mainly occupied with the study and understanding of seawater properties and its changes, ocean chemistry focuses mainly on the geochemical cycles.

3.Geological oceanography: geological oceanography is also called marine geology, is the study of the geology of the ocean floor including plate tectonics and paleoceanography.

4.Physical oceanography: physical oceanography is also called as the marine physics, studies the ocean's physical attributes including temperature-salinity structure, mixing, surface waves, internal waves, surface tides, internal tides, and currents.
                                                       

Coastal Oceanography:

Both physical and biological characteristics are involved in Coastal oceanography. Physical coastal oceanography research focuses on ocean land runoff, upwelling, and the inter-relation between coastal firth and the ocean.

Track 14: Aquatic Plants

Aquatic plants are plants that have adapted to living in saltwater or freshwater environments they are also referred to as hydrophytes or macrophytes.
Hydrophytes: hydrophytes are aquatic plants that are especially suitable for alive in aquatic Environments. a hydrophyte is  also known as an aquatic macrophyte, whichever completely Submerged in water or in some cases float on the surface of the water
                                                 

Aquatic plants are four main types
They are:
floating plants
deep water plants
marginal plants
oxygenating plants.
In rivers macrophytes cover for fish and substrate for aquatic invertebrates, produce oxygen, and food for some fishes and wildlife.
Aquatic plants require special variations for living submerged in water, or at the water's surface. The most common variation is aerenchyma, but floating leaves and finely dissected leaves are also common. Aquatic plants can only grow in water or in soil that is always saturated with water. They are therefore a mutual component of wetlands

Some aquatic plant functions are:

1. The production of oxygen, they oxygenate the water via plant processes through photosynthesis
2. Providing underwater cover for fish, amphibians, birds, insects and many other organisms

Track 15: Fisheries Science

Fisheries science is the study and understanding of fisheries. It is a multidisciplinary science, which Deals withthe limnology, oceanography, freshwaterbiology, marinebiology, conservation, ecology, population dynamics, economics and management to provide a Combined picture of fisheries. In some cases new restraints have emerged, as in the case of bio Economics and fisheries law.
                                                        

Fishing facts:
Fishing is important to the world economy for all of these years, starting with the Viking trade of cod and then continuing with fisheries like those found in Lofoten, Europe, Italy, Portugal, Spain and India. Fisheries provide about 16% of the total world's protein with higher percentages occurring in developing nations. Fisheries are still extremely important to the economy and wellbeing of communities.

The word fisheries science refers to all of the fishing activities in the ocean
They are to obtain fish for the commercial fishing industries are for recreation or to obtain Ornamental fish or fish oil.

Industrial fisheries: Fishing activities resulting in fish not used for consumption are called Industrial fisheries
In world 2000 total of 86 million tons of fish were captured, China's fisheries were the most productive, capturing one third of the total. Other countries producing the most fish were Peru, Japan, the United States, Chile, Indonesia, Russia, India, Thailand, Norway and Iceland

Track 16:Aquaculture Nutrition

In world both developed and developing nations there has been tremendous growth in the farming of aquatic organism’s studies have showed that production can be increased by Supplying nutritionally adequate formulated feed
Based on the feeding the cultivable species are categorized in to
Carnivores
Hebivores
Omnivores
all aquatic organisms require five groups of nutrients, lipid and carbohydrate energy sources for Metabolism and protein is utilised for growth Aquatic animals require vitamins and minerals as components in their diet
                                                            
Depending up on their nutrient composition feed ingredients are classified into

Protein concentrates: ingredients containing more than 20% protein are generally consider as Protein concentrates
Energy concentrates: ingredients containing less than 20% protein  energy are generally Consider as energy concentrates
roughages: ingredients containing more than 18% crude fibre are generally consider as  Roughages
minerals
vitamins
additives

Track 17: Coastal Studies

Coastal geography is the study of the changing region between the ocean and the land including both the physical geography that is coastal geomorphology, geology and oceanography and the human geography (sociology and history) of the coast. It includes understanding wave actions, sediment movement, weather and coastal weathering processes and the ways in which humans interact with the shore Pollution also causes economic losses, it  accompanies most kinds of human activities including offshore oil and marine oil transportation and gas production  the coast is also known as the coastline or seashore coastline and seashore are the areas where land meets the ocean or the boundary line between the land and ocean or a lake  that boundary line that can be called coastline
                                                              
Coastal zone: coastal zone is the region where interaction of the sea and land processes occurs  

Track 18: Aquaculture Fisheries Japan

Commercial aquaculture production in japan
aquaculture production has developed rapidly in japan and now it occupies an important position in fisheries sector
In japan consumption of fish is more consumption of animal protein person per day about 36.9 Grams this increased demand really helped for development of japans national economy in 1960s

Commercial fishing in japan
Japan is the largest fish eating nation in the world which its consuming 7.5 billion tons of fish a year this is equivalent to 30kilograms a year per person 66% of the fish consumed in japan is natively caught. According to a national geographic survey the largest harvesters of fish were japan, china, Peru, Chile, Russia the U.S.

During the last 10 years, cultivation, particularly Mariculture has undergone outstanding enlargement to counter-balance the gap between the provision and demand of fishery product in Japan. Its enlargement has additionally been supported by the Normal preference of the Japanese people for food. The culture-based fisheries, or Marine farming, have become a topic for any development in Japan. a lot of analysis work has been conducted with a good degree of governmental support. Institution of a web work of seed stock production farms has created it doable to hold out emotional experiments on an outsized scale.             

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A new integrated restoration system may be developed on the premise of those experiments, while the profits ensuing from the factitious restoration of stocks isn't thoroughly verified at this time. The commencement of a national theme for culture-based fisheries would be a manifestation of the passion of the Japanese fish trade.

Track 19: Nano Aquaculture

Aquaculture industry can be developed by using Nano technology  by using different new tools like rapid disease detection etc….
there are numerous glimpses of the future application of this Nano technology in fish health management and water treatment in aquaculture animal breeding and post-harvest- harvest technology
                                                                        

Nano technology can be applied on the areas related to aquaculture and fisheries are:

DNA-nano vaccines
Gene delivery
Smart drug delivery
Nano particles for enhancement of fish growth
Nano delivery of  nutraceuticals
Nanotechnology devices for aquatic environment management
Harvest and Post-Harvest Technology


Track 20: Fish Pathology

Fish pathology deals with the diseases and disease causing agents that effects fish ordinary living. Fish pathology it studies fish defensive mechanism against diseases and its treatment. Fish pathology is regularly covered host pathogen relationships, fish pathogens, pathophysiology, diagnostic methods, therapy, epidemiology and descriptions of new diseases and it provides us knowledge about the disease and syndromes caused in humans who feed on seafood along with its cure
                                                  
fish suffer from diseases and parasites  like humans and other animals. Fish defences against disease are
1.specific: specific defences are particular pathogens recognises by the fish’s body , in recent years fish vaccines are widely using In aquaculture
 2.non-specific:non-specific defences include skin and scales as well as the mucus layer secreted by the epidermis that traps the pathogens and inhibits their growth

Track 21: Global Aquaculture Market
                                                          

During the next 30 years worldwide demand for  aquaculture products is expected to grow by 70%if demand continues to rise and wild catches continue to decline  we will see a deficit of consumable fish and shell fish Aquaculture in the United States is huge business is greater than $36 billion industry providing nearly19%of the world’s seafood supply over the last 10 years  aquaculture production in the united states has nearly doubled this increase is expected to continue while similar increases in aquaculture are occurring globally aquaculture facilities now exist in every state compared to catfish in  the wild  Farm-raised catfish grow nearly 20% faster in fish-farms Many other countries are involved actively  in aquaculture practices worldwide Chile is the second largest  exporter Ecuador, Colombia and Peru have rapidly growing industries 70,000 tons of Atlantic and pacific salmon Canada producedin Asia about 75% of farmed shrimp is produced

Track 22: Oyster Culture

The four common oyster culture techniques in are:
Beach culture
Bag culture
Suspended culture
Dike culture
                                                             

Oyster culture is one of the most projecting forms of marine aquaculture in the U.S. 31 million pounds of oysters were harvested in 2011 with a value of approximately $135 million Oysters generally grow in estuarine bodies of salt water  when it farmed the temperature and  salinity of water are controlled  or monitored as to induce fertilization or to speed the rate of maturation , maturation of the oysters it takes several years
The following are the steps to cultivating oysters:
1. Conditioning the broodstock, broodstock are the parent oysters it provides gametes forLarvae
2. oysters ripe with the gametes
3. All of the oysters in an area will brood at the same time to increase the chances that their gametes meet and fertile larvae are produced.

When the farmer actually wants to brood the oysters, put a batch of oysters in a tray and heat and cool the water to induce spawning. It is essential to have a large number of oysters, because it is impossible to tell if an oyster is male or female from its outer appearance. Once the oysters start to spawn they can be picked up and placed into their own separate containers until they have released all of their gametes. Eggs and sperm can then be assorted together to fertilize


Track23: Salmon- Fish

The aquaculture of salmonids is the of salmonids under controlled conditions for both commercial and recreational purposes. Salmonids salmon and rainbow trout along with carp are the two important fish groups in aquaculture The most commonly commercially farmed salmon is the Atlantic salmon. In Europe browntrout are commonly reared fish globally the aquaculture of salmonids was worth US$10.7 billion in 2007. Salmon
aquaculture production grew during the 25 years from 1982 to 2007.Norway with 33%, Chilewith 31%, and other European producers with 19%. Norway is leading producer of salmon Leading producers of farmed salmonids
Therapeutics: salmon produce calcitonin (needed to prevent osteoporosis) with 20 times higher bioactivity than that of human calcitonin.The adult Atlantic salmon averages about 4.5 kg in weight, while the king salmon averages about 10 kg, though individuals of 50–80 pounds (22–36 kg) are not uncommon. Chum salmon average about 4.5–5.5 kg; Coho salmon weigh about 3–4.5 kg; sockeye about 2–3 kg; and pink salmon, 1.3–2.7 kg.
                                                           
Therapeutics: produce Hydroxyapatite (HA) which is an important component of bone and cartilage. Researchers are hoping to implant HA into fractured bones or around the root of a tooth.

Track 24: Intensive Aquaculture

Intensive aquaculture systems water flows in and out continuously (flow through). This allows higher stocking densities. The intensive aquaculture system  require supply of quality water. Not as much of land is required to produce the same quantity of fish as compared to extensive and semi intensive systems. In the EU, 80% of farmed fish production is the following four species that are intensively farmed: rainbow trout (reared both in freshwater and at sea) and marine fishes Atlantic salmon, gilthead sea beam and European sea bass In intensive farming, the fish are kept at too high a stocking density to obtain significant amounts of feed from their environment.
                                                           

In Vietnam pengaius catfish half of the production is for export US and EU being leading importers and it is farmed intensively, in the last decade Vietnamese production of pangasius has increased 10-fold  to 1.1 million tonnes in 2010 (78% of global farmed pangasius production) of which 0.66 million tonnes was exported.
Extremely high stocking densities square measure created potential by a high rate of water exchange and by the power of pangasius to breathe atmospherically chemical element that makes them able to tolerate low levels of dissolved chemical element and extremely contaminated water. Small-scale Lake Polyculture systems square measure being replaced by intensive monocultures that rear pangasius in ponds (which exchange water with near watercourse tributaries by periodic

Event exchange and pumping) and in web cages and web pens sited on Major watercourse tributaries of the Mekong River delta. Intensive monoculture ponds And web pens square measure sometimes stocked with at 40-60 fish per square metre,Ponds generally even higher. Stocking densities for web cages square measure usually 100-150 fish Per square metre.

Track 25: Aquaculture Production

Aquaculture is the fastest growing agro-industry all seafood consumed currently comes from aquaculture. Aquaculture must increase production three-fold in the next 20 years to fill the gap between the increasing demand and declining supply of fishery products.
                                                            

Aquaculture production systems are
 Extensive
 Semi-intensive
 Intensive

1. Extensive: Fish have been farmed extensively, for many centuries, by nurturing a natural environment with little or no inputs.
2. Semi-intensive: The end of the 20th century saw the development of intensive fish farming with a greater use of inputs with high stocking densities welfare.

The highest aquaculture production tonnages are  mainly three families they are carps(61%),tilapias(9%) and salmonids(6%) of total global farmed fish production tonnage. Carp are often farmed with different species of carp stocked together by  polyculture systems to  exploit the different ecological niches of the pond ecosystem. Carp and tilapia farming can beextensive

3. Intensive :salmonids farming can be (mostly Atlantic salmon and rainbow trout) is generally intensive.Aquaculture production is generally defined as the cultivation of the fishes and crustaceans taken from marine and sea tanks. Aquaculture playing major role in many emerging economies

Production by country
Norway is the highest production with more than 650 thousand tonnes in 2005, UK produced 172 thousand tonnes in 2005, and Turkey’s production of nearly 120 thousand tonnes Norway increased its production by nearly 29%.  Turkey increased its output from 2001 to 2005 by 77% Turkish production consists mainly of trout, sea bream and sea bass.

Aquaculture production is defined as the cultured fish and crustaceans taken from sea and inland waters and marine tanks. Aquaculture is seen as playing a major role in many emerging economies

Top countries For Aquaculture Production

Rank

Country

Annual Aquaculture Harvest

1

China

58.8 million metric tons

2

Indonesia

14.4 million metric tons

3

India

4.9 million metric tons

4

Vietnam

3.4 million metric tons



 

Track 26: Aquatic Environment

The aquatic atmosphere may be outlined as interacting system of resources like water and accumulation. The planet contains a type of lentic aquatic environment, that square measure a serious supply of food to several people across the planet. The abundance and distribution of fishes within the water square measure the product of interaction among fishes and their chemical,physical and biological surroundings. Hence, the dynamics of aquatic atmosphere depends on theproperties of water. Environmental forces like temperature, light, dissolved chemical element,current, population density that touch the live of aquatic animal squaremeasure complicated and interconnected in theireffects.The unprecedented development on all fronts related to quick growth of humanand Bostaurus population has caused fast deterioration within the aquatic atmosphere. the mostimportant effects of the economic discharge on aquatic fauna and water quality area unit themortality and contamination of water by harmful metals. Therefore, conservation andmanagement of those resources with the atmosphere are a unit of dominant interest. Theexponential growth of human population and progressive industry area unit sitting serious threats to aquatic atmosphere and its resources potential. Consequently, atmosphere is rising together of thehighest priorities, and also the aquatic atmosphere has gained new dimensions.
                                                      
 aquatic ecosystems
Aquifers and springs
Rivers and streams
Lakes and ponds
Wetlands
Bays and estuaries
Ocean

Environmental Problems of Aquaculture
Forage fish impacts: Though some aquaculture species are raised on vegetarian feed, many significantly more recently domesticated species like salmon, need  wild fish rendered as fish meal and fish oil for their food
Pollution
Habitat destruction
Escapes
Disease transfer

Track 27: Fishing Industry

The fishing trade includes any industry or activity involved with taking, culturing, processing, preserving, storing, transporting, promoting or marketing fish or fish products. it's outlined by the Food and Agriculture Organization as together with recreational, subsistence and industrial fishing, and therefore the harvest home, processing, and promoting sectors. The business activity is aimed toward the delivery of fish and alternative food products for human consumption or as input factors in alternative industrial processes. Directly or indirectly, the resource of over five hundred million people in developing countries depends on fisheries and cultivation.
                                                           

There are three principal industry sectors:

The commercial sector: comprises enterprises and people associated with wild-catch or aquatic resources and the various transformations of these resources into products available. It is also referred to as the "seafood industry", although non-food things like pearls are a unit enclosed among its products

The traditional sector: comprises enterprises and people related to fisheries resources from that aboriginal individuals derive products in accordance with their traditions.

The recreational sector: comprises enterprises and people  associated for the purpose of recreation, sport or sustenance with fisheries resources from that  products are derived that are not for sale Factors Affecting
Fishing Industry

Environmental factors: Fishing business is affected by environmental factors including dynamically climatic conditions. Rough seas, high winds and storms avoid and cuts short the trip of fishermen. In different situations, fishery participants are prevented from leaving the harbor due to  harsh climatic conditions and it affects the standard of fish harvested.

Regulatory factors: Fishing industry is additionally affected by regulatory factors. Federal and state laws govern industrial fishing. They limit the capability of fishermen to provide enough seafood to its consumers. However, such laws are also important because they are projected to sustain different fishery resources.

Economic factors:Fishing industry is also affected by economic factors. It’s been with success established by economists and different researchers within the business that, competition with different workplace products will adversely have an effect on the business when gas costs are up, fishery participants also have to pay more a lot of on their fishing journeys. This can be one in all the explanations on why totally different stakeholders are working hard to develop new promoting ways to boost fishing industry. Measures to promote the standard of seafood have also been put in place to help manage economic factors affecting the industry. New domestic markets have additionally been developed over the recent past. It affects fishing industry with in the sense that, fish together with ocean urchins are currently sold-out regionally in several countriesDemand and stock of fish also affects fishing industry. There are high seasons and low seasons. When the demand for fish is high, the costs go up and when the demand is low, costs go down

Track 28: Sea & Reef Aquaculture

Offshore cultivation is also referred to as open ocean cultivation, is an developing approach to Mariculture or marine farming where fish farms are moved some distance offshore. The farms are positioned in deeper and fewer secure waters, where ever ocean currents are stronger than they are inshore
                                                       
One of the considerations with inshore cultivation is that discarded nutrients and excretory products will settle below the farm on the seafloor and harm the bio geographical region scheme. According to its proponents, the wastes from aquaculture that has been moved offshore tend to over excited from the positioning and diluted.

Track 29: Brackish Water Aquaculture

Brackish water or briny water is water that has a lot of salinity than H2O it's going to result from combining of H2O with H2O, as in estuaries, or it's going to occur in briny fossil aquifers. Brackish water is also the primary left-over product of the salinity gradient power process. Because brackish water is antagonistic to the growth of most terrestrial plant species, without appropriate management it is damaging to the environment. Technically, brackish water contains between 0.5 and 30 grams of salt per It is characteristic of many brackish surface waters that their salinity can vary considerably over space and/or time.
One of the vital briny water surroundings is that the flowering tree swamp or mangal. Many, although not all, flowering tree swamps fringe estuaries and lagoons wherever the salinity changes with every tide. Among the foremost specialised residents of flowering tree forests square measure mudskippers, fish that forage for food ashore, and archer fish, perch-like fish that "spit" at insects and different little animals living within the trees, sound them into the water wherever they will be devoured. Like estuaries, flowering tree swamps square measure extraordinarily vital breeding grounds for several fish, with species like snappers, halfbeaks, and Tarpon atlanticus spawning or maturing among them Marine & Fresh Water Aquaculture
                                                          

Cold Water Marine Aquaculture
Offshore aquaculture
Global marine & fresh water aquaculture
Brackish water Aquaculture
Brackish water fish
Brackish water shrimp
Marine fish- aquaculture prospects

Track30: Recirculating Aquaculture Systems – RAS

Recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) are used in home aquaria and for  production of fishes where exchange of water  is limited and the use of bio filtration is required toreduce ammonia toxicity. Other types of separation and environmental control are often alsonecessary to maintain hygienic water and provide a appropriate habitat for fish.

                                                             

The main benefit of RAS is the ability to reduce the need for fresh, hygienic water while still maintaining a healthy environment for fish. To be operated economically commercial RAS must have high fish supplying densities, and many researchers are currently conducting studies to determine if RAS is a viable form of intensive aquaculture
 Grow out tank design
 Solids removal system
 Biofiltration system (Design and Materials)
 Dissolved gas control system
 Feeds and feeding

 

 

 


 

 

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Top Aquaculture & Fisheries Universities 

Europe Aquaculture & Fisheries Universities 
  
Ghent University | University Of Gothenburg | University Of Bergen | University Of Stirling | Lund University | University Of Padova | Szent István University |  University Of Copenhagen | University Of Stirling  | University Of Algarve | Norwegian University Of Life Sciences (Nmbu) | University Of St Andrews | Ghent University | The Scottish Association For Marine Science (Sams) | Harper Adams University | Nord University | Autonomous University Of Barcelona | University Of Santiago De Compostela | Wageningen University And Research | Plymouth University | University Of Greenwich | Uit The Arctic University Of Norway | University Of Portsmouth | University College Cork | Sorbonne University | University Of Debrecen | Norwegian University Of Science And Technology (Ntnu) | Bangor University | Cranfield University | Heriot-Watt University | University Of Haifa | University Of Iceland | Boku University Of Natural Resources And Applied Life Sciences | Swansea University | Royal Veterinary College | University Of Tromso | Aarhus School Of Marine And Technical Engineering | Åland University Of Applied Sciences | National Maritime College Of Ireland | Warsash Maritime Academy | Novia University Of Applied Sciences | 

USA Aquaculture & Fisheries Universities

University Of North Carolina Wilmington | College Of Southern Idaho | Saddleback College | Windward Community College | Texas A&M University Corpus Christi | American Public University | University Of Delaware | Pennsylvania State University | Colorado State University | American Public University | Frostburg State University | University Of Rhode Island | University Of California | Marine Corps University | North Carolina State University | University Of Washington | University Of Florida |Montana State University | Texas A&M University | SUNY - College Of Environmental Science And Forestry | University Of Tennessee Knoxville | University Of Alaska Fairbanks | San Francisco State University | Utah State University | Clemson University | Western Washington University | University Of Southern Mississippi | Oregon State University | University Of Maine | Kentucky State University | Arkansas Tech University | Nova Southeastern University | Massachusetts Maritime Academy | Great Lakes Maritime Academy | Eckerd College | Rosenstiel School Of Marine And Atmospheric Science | Rosenstiel School Of Marine And Atmospheric Science | The Citadel University Of Maryland Center For Environmental Science | Auburn University | Michigan State University | South Dakota State University| Suny Maritime College |

Asia Aquaculture & Fisheries Universities

Malayan Colleges Laguna | Tamil Nadu Fisheries University | Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute | Central Institute of Fisheries Education | Fisheries College and Research Institute | Can Tho University | Shanghai Ocean University | Central Institute of Fisheries Education | University of the Philippines Visayas | Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute | College Of Fisheries | Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies | Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University |  Kindai University | Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture | Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University | Asian Institute of Maritime Studies | Dalian Maritime University | University of Cebu | NAMEI Polytechnic Institute | Mindanao Polytechnic College | Marine Engineering and Research Institute | National Taiwan Ocean University | Palompon Institute of Technology | Indian Maritime University | Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific | Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology | John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University | Philippine Merchant Marine Academy | PMI Colleges |

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World Aquaculture Society | American Fisheries Society | Aquaculture Society | Michigan Aquaculture Association | United States Trout Farmers Association | Colorado Aquaculture Association | Victorian aquaculture industry associations | BC Shellfish Grower's Association | European Aquaculture Society | Historical oceanography Society | Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom | Australian Society for Limnology | European Aquaculture Technology Innovation Platform | Aquaculture & Fishing Farming Directory – Aquaculture | Saudi Aquaculture Society | Asian Fisheries Society | Japanese Society of Fisheries Science | Japanese Society of  Aquaculture Science | Asian Fisheries Society | National Aquaculture Association | Feed and Aquaculture Associations | Alaska Aquaculture Associations | Kansas Aquaculture Association | Aquaculture Development Association of Zambia | Bloom Association | Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association | AISP - Association of International Seafood Professionals | Aquaculture Association of Queensland

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Europe Aquaculture & Fisheries Conferences 

Aqua farm February 14-15 2019 Venice, Italy | North Atlantic seafood forum march 2019 Bergen, Norway | Seafood expo global may 7-9, 2019 Brussels, Belgium  | Aqua nor 2019august 20-23, 2019 Trondheim, Norway  | Aquaculture Europe 2019october 8-10, 2019  Berlin, Germany | Fish international February 9-11, 2020 Bremen, Germany |  Oceanology international march 17-19, 2020 London, united kingdom  |  Aqua vision 2020 June 2020 Stavanger, Norway | 2nd international conference on aquaculture & marine biology, march 25-26, 2019, Paris, France  | European aqua congress, October 18-19, 2018, Paris, France | World congress on aqua 2019, Amsterdam, Netherlands | 21st international conference on fisheries and aquaculture, January 17-18, 2019, Rome, Italy 

USA Aquaculture & Fisheries Conferences

World Aquaculture 2022, Feb 17- Mar 3, 2022 ,California USA | Aquaculture 2019 March 7-11, 2019 New Orleans, Louisiana, USA | Seafood Expo / Seafood Procession , North America March 17-19, 2019 Boston, Massachusetts, USA | Aquaculture America February 9-12, 2020 Honolulu, Hawaii, USA | International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade (IIFET) – 2020 July 2020 TBA, USA | Aquaculture 2022 San Diego, California, USA Feb. 27 - March 3 |  Aquaculture America 2023 New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Feb. 19-22 | Aquaculture 2019, March 7-11, 2019, New Orleans, Louisiana | Aquaculture 2019, March 7-11, 2019, New Orleans, Louisiana | International Conference on Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, January 2-3, 2019, New York, USA | 79th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, January 27-30, 2019, Cleveland, Ohio |

Asian Aquaculture & Fisheries Conferences

Asia Aquaculture & Fisheries Conferences | China Fish 2019 February 16-18, 2019 Beijing, China |  Asian Pacific Aquaculture 2019 June 18-21, 2019 Chennai, India | 12th Global Summit on Aquaculture & Fisheries, March 22-23, 2019, Sydney, Australia | 13th World Congress on Aquaculture & Fisheries, April 29-30, 2019, Seoul, South Korea |  7th Global Conference on Gender in Aquaculture & Fisheries, October 18-21, 2018, Thailand | 21st International Conference on Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, November 11-12, 2019, Tokyo, Japan |  8th International Conference on Asia Agriculture and Animal (ICAAA 2018), 26-28th July, 2018, Singapore | Aqua ex India 2018 international trade exposition Jan 31- Feb 2 2019 Hyderabad | China Fish 2019 February 16-18, 2019 Beijing, China | Asian Pacific Aquaculture 2019 June 18-21, 2019 Chennai, India

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Europe Aquaculture & Fisheries Companies

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USA Aquaculture & Fisheries Companies

Apollo A/S | Syndel USA | Hvalpsund Net A/S | Water Management Technologies | Envista Farms, LLC | AquaBounty Technologies, Inc | Aquacare Environment Inc | Aquaculture Systems Technologies, LLC (AST) | OxyGuard International A/S | Flexabar Aquatech Corporation | Algae Energy, Inc | Troutlodge, Inc | AQUI-S New Zealand Ltd | AquaSol, Inc | AquaTactics Fish Health & Vaccines | Advanced Equipment and Services | Genesis Water Technologies, Inc | Fab-Seal Industrial Liners Inc | Chart Industries, Inc | Global Diving & Salvage, Inc | Intermountain Aquatics, Inc. (IMA) | Ocean Wave Energy Company (OWECO) | Kasco Marine, Inc | Ciel & Terre

Asia Aquaculture & Fisheries Companies

Sagar Aquaculture Pvt Ltd | AirOxi Tube | Hung Star Enterprise Corp | Aeration Industries International (AII) | SINO-AQUA Corporation | AMI Corporation | Blue Aqua International | Matala Water Technology Co., Ltd | bionovar international pte ltd | Global Resources Management Limited (GRM) | ENEXIO Water Technologies GmbH | Wasserwelt Sdn Bhd | Pond Dam Piping, Ltd | Organica Biotech Pvt. Ltd | YSI - a Xylem brand | Huadong Blower Co.,Ltd | Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems | Ronser Bio-Tech Sdn. Bhd | Quanju Ozone Technology Co Ltd | Enfound Enterprise Co., Ltd | Aqology teknix | hebei yaguang fine chemical co.,ltd | AquaBioTech Group | AquaLifeNet | Seafarm Systems Pty Ltd.

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Technical inspector aquaculture/sales | Director, Aquaculture and Fisheries | Aquaculture Interactions Field Officer | Aquaculture Veterinarian / Fish Health and Welfare | Aquaculture Veterinarian / Fish Health and Welfare | Associate Research Scientist | Research internship Associate Research Scientist | Research internship Fish Farm / Aquaculture Manager | Environmental Modeller | Assistant Researcher Work Contract | Professor in Sustainable Water Management | Professor, Sustainable Fisheries Management, Ocean Biodiversity & Marine Spatial Planning Nippon | Experienced Aquatic Technician | Fish Farm / Aquaculture Manager | Internship Aquaponics | Focus Offshore Ltd | Underwater Resources Inc | RES Offshore | G. Lufft Mess- und Regeltechnik GmbH | Planet Ocean Ltd | RS Aqua Ltd | Survey Engineer Intertech Co., Ltd.

Aquaculture & Fisheries Jobs in USA

Field Aquaculture Manager | Aquaculture Specialist | Aquaculture Farm Operator| Fish Veterinarian Aquaculture Instructor |Maintenance Manager | Monogastric Animal Sales Account Manager | Monogastric Animal Sales Account Manager | Sr. Scientist, Fermentation Process Development | Fisheries Technician – Montgomery | Natural Resources Biologist | Aquatic Veterinarian | Biological Science Technician | Aquaculture Vaccination Operator | Assistant Professor of Shellfish Pathology | Aquaculture Farm Operator | American Lobster Aquaculture Intern | Aquaculture Farm Lead Volunteer: Wildlife And Fisheries Agent | Supervisory Fishery Biologist | Seafood Processor | Fish Processor | Fisheries Program Specialist | Assistant Professor of Fisheries Science | Fisheries Biologist | Ecological Restoration/Fisheries/Water Resources Engineer | Faculty in Fish or Fisheries Conservation and Management | Recreational Fisheries Survey Technician | Youth Fisheries Technician | Experienced Aquatic Technician | Professor, Sustainable Fisheries Management, Ocean Biodiversity & Marine Spatial Planning Nippon | Research Coordinator - Marine Sciences

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Animal Technician | Senior Aquaculture Specialist | International Aquaculture and Fisheries Consultant | Fish breeding aquaculture | Agriculture and Aquaculture Entrepreneur | Aquaculture Journalist | Aquaculture engineering | Aquaculture Analyst | Aquaculture Coordinator | Aquaculture and Environment Specialist | Shrimp aquaculture technician | Floating cage aquaculture support | Aquaculture Technical Service Engineer | Aquaculture Senior Manager Fish Farming & Hatchery Expertise | Aquaculture Growth Project Manager Recruitment Specialist | Aquaculturist | Aquaculture Specialist | Aquaculture Investor and Specialist | Volunteer: Marine Biologist Offshore Permitting Project Manager | MARINE & VETTING SUPERINTENDENT Senior Executive | Sembcorp Marine Laboratory Freelance Editors - Physical Sciences, Medicine, Life Sciences, Psychology | Faculty Positions in Physical and biological Oceanography, marine geophysics/geology | Freelance Editors - Physical Sciences, Medicine, Life Sciences, Psychology

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MARKET ANALYSIS

Global Aquaculture Market Overview:

Aquaculture Market size was valued at $169 billion in 2015, and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 5.3% to succeed $242 billion by 2022. The market encompasses surroundings type, fish type, and geographical division. The surrounding type segment is further divided into marine water, fresh water, and salt (brackish) water. Based on fish type, the market is characterised into carps, crustaceans, mackerel, milkfish, salmon, sea brass, sea bream, trout and others. Based on topography, it is analysed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific.
Regional examination of the current market trends as well as the chances is done by analysing government laws, rules, and consumer preferences across various geographic areas. At present, the aquaculture market development rate is high, and its contribution to the global market would increase significantly within the next six years. Government support, use of new technologies, and on-going infrastructure growth in the aquaculture industry drive the market growth. At present, salmon fish type has witnessed significant adoption in the aquaculture market, owing to high nutritional value and wide obtainability of salmons in the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean. Moreover, growth in conventional fish farming activities and ease of country regulations and policies promoting aquaculture activities globally has given rise to divisions such as milkfish, trout, and sea bass.
Environment in aquaculture is the term used to significantly distinguish physical environments to perform aquaculture. Different types of atmosphere that can be used in aquaculture industry are marine water, fresh water, and brackish water. Each physical environment for aqua farming possesses distinctive techniques, infrastructure, and operations. Combined revenue of fresh water and marine water accounts for more than three-fourths of the overall market.

Global Aquaculture production revenue in 2015 is 156.27 and estimated revenue for 2021

is 209.42 Estimated value of aquaculture market worldwide from 2017 to 2027 (in billion U.S. dollars)in 2017value of aquaculture market is 4.24 in 2018 value of aquaculture market is 4.47 in 2019 value of aquaculture market is 4.72 in 2020 estimated value of aquaculture market is 4.98 in 2021 estimated value of aquaculture market is 5.25 in 2022 estimated value of aquaculture market is 5.54 in 2023 estimated value of aquaculture market is 5.84 in 2024 estimated value of aquaculture market is 6.16 in 2025 estimated value of aquaculture market is 6.5 in 2026 estimated value of global market is 6.86 in 2027 estimated value of global market is 7.24

Japan Aquaculture Market overview: 

Japan is one among the world's largest markets for seafood products. Supply for this market comes from each domestic production and imports. Japan is a main export market for U.S. fishery products. Since 1975, NOAA Fisheries has analysed the Japanese seafood market data with its Japanese Market News sequence. This data sequence includes data provided by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the Japan Ministry of Finance, and the Japan Fisheries Agency.

Japanese Market News provides data on:
1.Japanese supply (catch, imports, inventory)
2.Exports
3.Ex-vessel prices
4.Wholesale prices

Japan fisheries statistics: production, consumption and trade
Japan was the second largest seafood importer by value in 2016 and it is one of the top seafood markets the main suppliers to the japan market are china, the United States of America, Thailand and Chile and the imported products are shrimp, tuna and salmon
Seafood products have an important role in the Japanese diet, but according to the Japan Fisheries Agency, consumption has been on the failure since 2001 when it peaked at 40.2 kg per capita per year, decline to 27.3 kg per capita per year by 2014. However, currently Japan is the world's biggest consumer of tuna, which is an essential element of its food culture.

Production value of aquacultures in Japan from 2006 to 2015 (in billion U.S. dollars)

China:
Aquaculture in China accounts for nearly 70% of world aquaculture cultivation as well as a large form of freshwater and marine fishes, shellfish, crustaceans, and aquatic plants, has become one amongst the foremost very important primary industries and a middle of economic activity within the local and global economies. together with the event of cultivation, considerations turn up such issues within the trade like aquatic pollution, disease, genetic degradation of cultivation species, decline of comparative profit, lack of information on market risks, and monetary crises. Thus, there's a necessity to amass any information on this trade and supply sound suggestions for its property development. This review aims to spot this state of and challenges facing the cultivation trade in China and to produce some suggestions for its property development.

Philippines:
The aquaculture sector of the Philippine fishing industry recorded the highest growth rate of 12.5% in 1977-1986. The involvement of aquaculture to the total fish production was equivalent to 24% in 1986 compared to only 85 in the early 1970's. In terms of amount, the Mariiculture subsector registered the maximum growth rate of 10.2% in 1982-1986, whereas in terms of value the brackishwater fishpond subsector showed the maximum growth rate of 33%. Meanwhile, freshwater aquaculture production exhibited a negative growth rate due to reduction of activities in Laguna de Bay and the slow expansion in hectare of the commercial freshwater fishponds

 

 

 

 


 

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