Aquaculture Pathophysiology is a two-volume resource for researchers, teachers, students, diagnostic laboratory scientists, aquaculture technicians, and farmers who need to be competent across both finfish and shellfish health issues.
The guidelines describe in detail steps and considerations in the design of hatchery-based breeding trials for small indigenous fish species (SIS) native to South Asia.
The manual is written for hatchery staff as a reference for daily operating procedures and for developing a site-specific and resource-specific seed production strategy.
The University of Manchester has compiled a microalgae strain catalogue that includes strain cultivation, composition and characteristics of a wide variety of microalgae strains.
The Scandinavian Culture Collection of Algae and Protozoa at the University of Copenhagen comprises more than 1000 strains (c. 285 genera and 531 species) with representatives from most algal divisions. 865 strains are available to the public.
Culture Collections Information Worldwide is a database management system for culture collections in the world
The platform was updated and is now available to consult historic and new disease events as well as validated information from six-monthly reports.
This publication covers 10 fish species together with a group diagnosis and description of the organ systems and includes necropsy procedures an extensive glossary of terms and more. It is shared by the European Association of Fish Pathologists.
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) conference proceedings and publications (Use search term).
The International Artemia Aquaculture Consortium is a network of scientists and institutions that would collaborate in exploring opportunities, such as the conservation of Artemia biodiversity, development of science-based protocols for sustainable harvesting of wild sources, strain selection and selective breeding, and more.
The Pacific Community (SPC) is the principal scientific and technical organisation in the Pacific region, an international development organisation owned and governed by 26 country and territory members.
A non-profit organization who transfer technologies and improves Chilean economy. The Aquaculture Area develops the culture of abalone, turbot, halibut, hirame and several other species.
NRIA conducts basic research on various aspect of aquaculture and cultivation fisheries, including improvement of breeding and seed production technology.
Australia’s specialist international agricultural research for development agency, their purpose is to broker and fund research partnerships between Australian scientists and their counterparts in developing countries. Includes aquaculture.
FTI provides sound scientific knowledge and expertise for sustainable development of the fisheries sector.
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) proceedings of Asia–Pacific tropical sea cucumber aquaculture - an international symposium held in Noumea, New Caledonia, 15–17 February 2011.
ACIAR has provided significant, long-term research investment into tropical sea cucumber aquaculture in the Asia–Pacific region. Work has included large-scale hatchery culture of sandfish (a species of sea cucumber), techniques for releasing cultured juveniles into the wild, and sea ranching and pond culture.
Twenty papers, 16 reporting ACIAR project research, were presented in four theme sessions: sustainable lobster aquaculture; improving lobster nursery culture; lobster grow-out culture systems; and lobster grow-out feeds and feeding practices...Read More.
Capitalising on the previous larvi symposia (in ’91, ’95, ’01, ‘05), the Aquaculture R&D Consortium of Ghent University, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and the new COST action LARVANET” joined together to organize larvi’09, the 5th Fish and Shellfish Larviculture Symposium.
Hatchery Technician - Singapore
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Junior Geneticist Aquaculture - Chile
Benchmark Genetics openings