Month: January 2021

Collecting invertabrates from the Gulf of Gdańsk to study their potential as a food source – launched at the University of Gdańsk

As part of the AquaVIP experimental activities researchers of the Division of Experimental Ecology of Marine Organisms, University of Gdańsk are collecting invertebrates in the Gulf of Gdańsk area. Samples are being prepared for analysis for the content of fatty acids, lipids, carbon and nitrogen. The first studies will be carried out on three crustacean …

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AquaVIP Gdynia summer school is under preparation

AquaVIP Gdynia summerschool “Aquaculture – promising solutions of technologies for the South Baltic Region: RAS – shrimps – aquaponics – algae” will take place in May 2021. It will be an onsite/online event. Summer school framework and curriculum is ready, however due to covid19 situation all information will be confirmed in March 2021. Stay tuned. …

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New AquaVIP viedo materials on good practice and technology in aquaculture

Recently AquaVIP visited K1 Trout Farm, located  sixty kilometers west of Gdynia, Poland, where we were received by Marcin Juchniewicz, the managing director of the farm. Two videos have been produced after the visit: “K1 fish farm – good practice in trout farming” and “Recirculating aquaculture system technology – K1 fish farm”, both available at …

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European Atlas of the Seas

The European Atlas of the Seas provides information about Europe’s marine environment. Users can view predefined and ready to use maps, covering many topics including aquaculture, and much more. Users can also benefit from an enriched catalogue with more than 200 map layers, covering a wide range of topics, to explore, collate and create their own maps. These …

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