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Workshop on sustainable aquaculture in Southern Europe, Tavira, Portugal

From 2010-01-20 to 2010-01-20, Portugal
The EU-funded SEACASE ('Sustainable extensive and semi-intensive coastal aquaculture in Southern Europe') project is organising its final workshop on 20 and 21 January 2010 in Tavira, Portugal.

Centred on issues related to sustainable coastal aquaculture in Southern Europe, a combination of presentation and poster sessions will address the following topics:
- semi-extensive nurseries;
- extensive systems in ponds and lagoons;
- semi-intensive systems;
- an integrated system;
- technical improvement;
- product quality and certification;
- the current status of extensive and semi-intensive aquaculture and socio-economic assessment.

Funded under the 'Policies' Thematic area of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6), the SEACASE project has been developing tools to maintain competitiveness, productivity, profitability and thus sustainability of extensive and semi-intensive aquaculture production in Southern Europe. This is to minimise environmental impacts while improving the quality and public image of resulting products.

Source: SEACASE project
Reference documents: Based on an event announcement

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