Barbara Dmochowska

Results of the experiment on the nutritional value of native and non-native shrimps from the Baltic Sea and their importance as a food source for humans or in future fish farms

Around 100 species of macroinvertebrates live on or in the sediment of the Polish part of the Baltic Sea. They play important role for marine ecosystem and for human. Crustaceans and bivalves are prey for many marine fish and birds within their distribution area. For example, Saduria entomon and prawns from genus Palaemon are pray …

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Shrimp tower – new aquaculture patent

At Aquaculture Competence Centre (joint venture by Klaipeda University and Klaipeda Science and Technology Park, Lithuania) the new technology shrimp tank was designed and laboratory prototype created. This multilayer tank – shrimp tower, was tested during AquaVIP project experiments. For further technology commercialisation, a spinoff AquaQLT was established, which succesfully completed accelaration program by Lithuanian …

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Blue bioeconomy – future career session at the Klaipeda University

The national conference „Jūros ir krantų tyrimai 2023“ (Sea and Coast Research 2023) which this year took place on April 19-21, already for 15th time, had specific session: „Blue bioeconomy – future career“. This session started by regional stakeholders responsible for regional blue bioeconomy developement and later it was followed by 5 presentations of aquculture …

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AquaVIP publications on innovative polychaete Nereins virens and turbot aquaculture production

Based on the 13th and 14th of March 2023 AquaVIP study tour to the sustainable and innovative aquaculture production facilities in the Netherlands two publications were prepared by the team of the University of Gdańsk and the associated partner: Fish Market Development Association, to share the knowledge on new species and know-how with Polish aquaculture …

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New publications based on the AquaVIP experiments at the University of Rostock

AquaVIP team of the University of Rostock is happily sharing two publications, which were part of the AquaVIP experiments, investigating the effects of live feeds on the performance of pikeperch larvae during the early life stages, with special emphasis on the fatty acid profile of the feed and the larvae. Congratulations to the team! Enjoy …

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AquaVIP Career panel: Aquaculture in the South Baltic region – research, education, internship and job opportunities

On May 24th AquaVIP Career panel: Aquaculture in the South Baltic region – research, education, internship and job opportunities was held in Gdynia, bringing together AquaVIP partners and aquaculture students of the University of Gdańsk. The event was organized by the AquaVIP partner – University of Gdańsk.  During the panel, AquaVIP partners from Lithuania, Germany, …

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AquaVIP study tour to Dąbie Hatchery and Upiłka Trout Farm, Poland

Recently AquaVIP including students and researchers from the University of Gdańsk and the University of Rostock visited Dąbie Hatchery and Upiłka Trout Farm, two facilities located 100km south-west of Gdynia, Poland, first a producer of high performance salmonid eyed eggs, and second – market trouts. AquaVIP partners were hosted in Dąbie by Thibault Pasquier, Managing …

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Microalgae culture in RAS post-culture water

A diatom strain belonging to the genus Amphora, isolated from the biofilm formed in the post-culture water, and a strain of green algae from the waters of the high-salinity graduation tower (60 PSU) were selected for further research from the pre-selected strains for cultivation in the post-culture waters (RAS), The result of the collected observations …

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Furcellaria lumbricalis light and temperature experiment

The aim of the study was to identify the biological properties of Furcellaria lumbricalis, a macroalga originating from the waters of the Puck Bay, by determining the effect of basic abiotic factors (light intensity and water temperature) on the change in thallus biomass. The most optimal cultivation conditions based on a laboratory experiment were established …

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