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Each month a young researcher in the AquaVitae project gets to show their work on sustainable aquaculture to the public. The recordings of the sessions are available here:
- Seaweeds as key components in pond IMTA systems; Stefany Almeida Pereira, UNESP
- Low Trophic Life Webinar: “Advances in IMTA & Biofloc. Research at UFSC”; Esmeralda Chamorro and Mateus Martins UFSC
- “Life cycle assessment (LCA) of low-trophic species in aquaculture”; Jean-Baptiste Thomas, KTH
- “Fouling on blue mussels”; Kristina Svedberg, Bohus Havsbruk
- “Optimising IMTA performance in South Africa – Case: Wild Coast Abalone”; Emmanuel Falade; Rhodes Univ.
- “Enhancing oyster production with artificial intelligence & new protocols”; Mariela Johansson, Univ. of Gothenburg & Jens Wilhelmsson; IVL
- “Hormonal induction in Arapaima Gigas (Pirarucu)”; Laíza Maria De Jesus Silva, UNESP
- “How biosensors can modernize sulfite monitoring in shrimp aquaculture”: Jone Garate, BIOLAN
- “Macroalgae from IMTA: Substitute diet for abalone aquaculture?”: Ben Opara, UiT
- “The Synergic Effect of the Atlantic Ocean Acidification and Salinity Variation in the Physiology of the Whiteleg Shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei)”: Andressa Ramaglia, CAUNEST
- “A module on Integrated Multitrophic Aquaculture in the AquaVitae Massive Open Online Course”: Nyiko Mabasa, PhD researcher at Rhodes University, South Africa
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