|PROJET REGIONAL MEDITERRANEEN DE DEVELOPPEMENT DE L'AQUACULTURE|
|MEDITERRANEAN REGIONAL AQUACULTURE PROJECT|
PRODUCTION IN MARINE HATCHERIES
ROVINJ, ZADAR (Yugoslavia), 10–28 Feb 1986
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1. GENERAL PRESENTATION
1.2. Development of the session
1. Fish and shellfish culture in the LIM canal. Present and future pilot farm rearing.
Mr. Z. FILIC, Ms. Hrs. BRENKO. I. IVANCIC
2. Marine aquaculture: Experience of the CENMAR.
3. Marine fish hatcheries: site - production programme - dimensioning.
Mr. L. BERG
1. Site choice
1.1. Socio-economic aspects
1.2. Water supply and water quality
1.3. Building permissions and eventual restrictions
1.4. Proximity of raw materials, labour supply and basic networks
1.5. Proximity of the place of destination for fingerlings
1.6. Environmental factors
1.7. Eventual existence of economic or social facilities
2. Production programmes
3. Dimensioning of a hatchery
3.1. Breeding and spawning unit
3.2. Phyto-zooplankton unit
3.3. Larval rearing and nursery tanks
4. Marine fish hatcheries: Structures - equipment - ecological aspects.
Mr. G. BRUNEL
2. DESIGN OF THE HEARING STRUCTURE
2.1 Definition of the basic units for a hatchery
2.1.1. Definition of the three priniciple cirteria of determination
2.1.2. Secondary design criteria
2.2 The structure of the units for a hatchery
2.2.1. Breeding/spawning unit
2.2.2. Phyto/zooplankton unit
2.2.3. Larval rearing and first fattening units
2.2.4. The technical building
3. THE EQUIPMENT
3.2. Hydraulic equipment
3.3. Thermic equipment
3.4. Electric equipment
4. ECONOMIC ASPECTS
4.2. Running costs
5. The conception of “Intensive type” fish rearing facilities with partial or total water regeneration.
Mr. J. PETIT
1. Rearing volume
1.1. Limit design
1.2. Conception of the structures -an example-
2. Water supply flows
2.1. Limit design of the hydraulic network system
2.2. Limit design of the water treatment system
6. Use of thermic discharges
Mr. P. BRONZI
7. Production of phyto and zooplankton
Mr. G. FANCIULLI
2. THE PRODUCTION OF PHYTO AND ZOOPLANKTON
2.1. Production cycle of phytoplankton
2.2. Rotifer production
2.2.1. rearing method employed with Brachionus plicatilis
2.2.2. Method employed for the “mass” production
8. Microorganisms used in aquaculture. The natural zooplankton yield.
Mr. A. PONTICELLI
2. Intensive production of zooplankton
3. The production of zooplankton in large volumes
3.1. Feeble density culture in large volumes
3.2. High density culture in large volumes
4. Extensive production of zooplankton
4.1. Description of a zooplankton collecting device
5. Oxidation pond method
6. Some examples
9. Increased yields of marine fish and shrimp production through application of innovative techniques with Artemia.
Mr. P. SORGELOOS, Ph. LEGER, P. LAVENS, W. TACKAERT
10. International study on Artemia XLII. The effect of the nutritional quality of Artemia on the growth and survival of sea-bass (Dicentrarchus Labrax) larvae in a commercial hatchery.
Mr. V. FRANICEVIC, D. LISAC, J. BUBLE, Ph. LEGER, P. SORGELOOS
11. Reproduction and larval rearing of peneids.
Mr. F. LUMARE
12. The production of shrimp post-larvae : the present situation of hatchery Penaeus japonicus
Mr. G. LE MOULAC. C. DE LA POMELIE
13. Larving rearing of bivalve molluscs.
Mr. G. ROMAN
14. MULLET: Artificial propagation.
Mr. C. NASH, R. M. KONINGSBERGER
15. Tilapia culture.
Mr. C. AGIUS
3. Water quality
4. Red Tilapia
7. Controlled fry production
8. Management of broodstock
8.4. Stocking density
9. Production of all male fry
9.1. Hormone treatment
9.2. Hybrid crosses
9.3. Intensive selective grading
10. Fry prefattening
11. Stocking rates
12. Cage culture
16. Larval rearing. weaning and firt fattening of sole and turbot.
Mr. B. MENU
1. The sole (Solea vulgaris)
1.1. Larval rearing
1.3. First fattening
1.4. Present production
2. Turbot (Psetta maxima)
2.1. Larval rearing
2.3. First fattening
2.4. Present production
17. Fry production techniques of red-sea-bream, Pagrus major, in Japan.
Mr. C. KITAJIMA
1. PARENT FISH AND EGG SUPPLY
1.1. Parent fish
1.2. Egg supply
2. LARVAL AND JUVENILE REARING
2.1. Outline of rearing
2.2. Larval rearing in tanks
2.3. Juvenile rearing in net cages
2.5. Survival rate
2.6. Larval and juvenile feed
2.6.1. Sequential change of larval and juvenile feed
2.6.2. Daily feed consumption and feed supply
2.6.3. Dietary value of live organisms
3. CULTURE OF LIVE FEEDS
3.1. Culture of rotifer
3.2. Culture of Tigriopus japonicus
4. FURTHER PROBLEMS
18. Four marine spawners in Europe hatcheries.
Ms. N. DEVAUCHELLE
19. Larval shrimp feeding: crustacean tissue suspension: a practical alternative for shrimp culture
Mr. A. G. J. TACON
3.1 Fry production in hatcheries : programme
3.2. List and addresses of the participants
3.3. List and addresses of the lecturers