Month: December 2021

Good practice in education – Fisheries Practical Training Center

In the virtual study visit Jonas Dyglys, the Head of the Fisheries Practical Training Center gives an insight into the purpose, structure, objectives and functioning of the very successful aquaculture program in Southwestern Lithuania.   Fisheries Practical Training Center was established in 2015 as an answer to the high demand for professionals in aquaculture, offering three programs with various options. Including eight various modules ran within four departments, Fisheries Practical Training Centre is the …

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From egg to table – virtual study visit in the JSC Noras LT

A production in the recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) of Arctic charr, a niche species in Lithuania, is presented in the virtual study visit in the JSC Noras LT, Klaipeda District, Lithuania.  During the virtual study visit at first, we are introduced to Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus), a cold-water fish in the family Salmonidae, native to alpine lakes and arctic and subarctic coastal waters. It spawns in fresh water and populations can be lacustrine, riverine or anadromous, where they return from the …

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EUMOFA Talk – Cost of raw materials for fish processing and aquaculture

The Talk will discuss current trends of increasing costs of raw materials, with a special focus on fish processing and aquaculture. Panel of speakers includes: • Lucas Herry, EUMOFA Team• Guus Pastoor, AIPCE (Netherlands)• Catherine McManus, MOWI (Ireland)• Jürgen Pauly, Globus (Germany) The event will be held in English and moderated by: Margrét Baldursdóttir Alsvik, …

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Virtual study visit in the Klaipeda University Marine Research Institute Fisheries & Aquaculture Laboratory – Klaipeda, Lithuania

Located at the beautifull Curonian Spit, Klaipeda University Marine Research Institute Fisheries and Aquaculture Laboratory is presenting one of its activities – aquaculture. During the virtual study visit the infrastructure and activities of the laboratory are presented by aquaculture specialist Gintautas Narvilas. At first we are introduced to the laboratory’s recirculating aquaculture systems, where development …

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AquaVIP summer schools materials

AquaVIP Summer School materials ready for use: “Aquaculture: promising solutions of technologies for the South Baltic Region – RAS, shrimps, aquaponics, algae” and “Innovative aquaculture: recirculating aquaculture systems, aquaponics, probiotics, microalgae biomass, crustaceans and biotechnology in aquaculture“. Aquaculture – promising solutions of technologies for the South Baltic Region: RAS – shrimps – aquaponics – algae …

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Restore our waters – Baltic Sea Region perspective

Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian RDI Liaison Offices, and NCBR Poland in Brussels in cooperation with countries National Contacts Points (NCPs) are pleased to invite you to the series of webinars „Restore our waters – Baltic Sea Region perspective“ dedicated to the “Restore our ocean and waters” EU Mission. The experts from the European Commission (EC), Members of the …

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AquaVIP at Nordic Testbed Network – Organising a testbed Focus: funding, partnerships, networks

As a new member of Nordic Testbed Network AquaVIP introduced itself on the online workshop. The Nordic Testbed Network is managed by Nordic Forest Research (SNS), Nordic Agri Research (NKJ), and the Nordic Council of Ministers’ working group on fisheries and aligned with initiatives such as the North Digital Declaration and the Nordic Bioeconomy Program. …

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