HydroMediT 2018

Venue: Volos, Greece
Date: 8-11 November 2018
Web of the event: http://hydromedit.gr/

Learning from the administration ‘bottlenecks’ affecting sustainable exploitation of lagoons for aquaculture
Conides, A., Frangoudes, K., Klaoudatos, S.D., Gavrilovic, A., Zoulias, T.

Abstract:
The administration process and ‘bottlenecks’ in sustainable management of lagoons was studied based on face-toface interviews and plenary workshop participatory methods. The consensus between stakeholders in relation to the main issues that affect negatively the sustainable management of lagoons fall into 8 categories: climate change, freshwater supply and management, accidental or intentional disposal of industrial by-products, illegal fishing, fisher behavior, inefficient legal framework, lack of funds and sciences/research. The identification of the main issues and especially the identification of the main stakeholder responsible for this issue and the identification of the stakeholder responsible to solve the issue as well as the identification of which issues are solvable and which are not, are of paramount importance for the first step towards sustainable lagoon management.

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Seminar on Common pathological problems in marine fish farms and hatcheries as well as the role of biosecurity in preventing their spread

Last month, on 12 June 2019, more than 50 experts attended the MedAID seminar on “Common pathological problems in marine fish farms and hatcheries as well as the role of biosecurity in preventing their spread”, which was held in Alexandria, Egypt, at the National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries (NIOF). During the seminar, experts from NIOF, the University of Alexandria, the University of Cairo, and CIHEAM Zaragoza presented the project MedAID and the topic “Diseases and biosecurity, the most prevalent diseases affecting marine fish farming in Egypt and in Spain”, as well as the preliminary results of the survey conducted in Spain on Biosecurity measures and management in marine fish farming. The participants discussed the impacts of disease in marine fish farms and possible control measures, including the levels of biosecurity that could be implemented.Continue reading