How minimizing the footprint of aquaculture and fisheries on the ecosystem ?
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Centre de Recherche Halieutique Méditerranéenne et Tropicale (CRH) - Sète, France.
Wednesday 1st September 2010 to Friday 3rd September 2010
Oral and poster presentations.
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In the framework of the Global center of Excellence (GCOE), the "Fisheries Institute and graduation school of Fisheries sciences" of Kinki University (Osaka, Japan) and Ifremer (Institut Français de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la Mer) Fishery resources "Département Halieutique Méditerranéenne et Tropicale" of Sète, have the pleasure to announce the first joint Scientific Symposium, held in Sète in September 2010.
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The Symposium brang together fishing industry, researchers as well as students, to share knowledge, experience and solutions to the challenges experienced in interaction of aquaculture and fisheries on the ecosystem. The major objectives of the symposium were to:
- present current knowledge on disciplines related to the theme of the symposium in Japan and Mediterranean countries ;
- provide a forum for discussion and exchange of information and experiences.
All interested authors was invited to submit abstracts on the proposed themes listed below. Authors may also submited abstracts on other topics relevant to the wider field of coastal and marine science. The main themes was:
- Interaction between aquaculture, fisheries and ecosystem : biology, technology, economic and social implications and challenges ;
- Mitigating measures and technology for sustainable fishing and aquaculture activities ;
- Integration of Fisheries and Aquaculture industries into planning and management : conservation initiatives and governance systems.
Mitigating measures, fishing and aquaculture technology, alternative harvesting methods, switching gears, artificial reefs, restricted fishing areas, multidisciplinary approach, good practices, feed manufacturing, fish welfare, fish health, biology, physiology, behaviour, conservation, ecology, ecosystem, governance, coastal management...
During the Symposium, two competitions have been organized. These were "Best Student Poster" competition and "Best Student Oral" competition.
Winners of these competitions have been awarded special prizes.
The official language of the symposium was English.
Hidemi Kumai : Kinki University
- France : François Poisson and Jacques Sacchi (Ifremer) : Centre de Recherche Halieutique (CRH), Méditerranéenne et Tropicale. B.P. 171 Avenue Jean Monnet , 34203 Sète, France. Tél. : +33 (0)4 99 57 32 45 ; E-mail : email@example.com
- Japan : Professor Takeshi Yamane (Kinki University) Nakamachi 3327 -204 Nara 631-8505, Japan. Tél. : +81 742 43 62 85. Fax: +81 (0)742 43 13 16. E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org