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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

12/04/2016: Upcoming aquaculture events

Asia Pacific Aquaculture 2016 Surabaya, Indonesia April 26-29
IndoAqua, FITA and many more site-events and workshops during this event in Indonesia organised by the Asia Pacfiic Chapter of the World Aquaculture Society. This will be the event of the year in Asia. Have a look at the brochure to see the variety of topics in the conference. Over 700 abstracts submitted. Business, Conference, Networking – this is the place to be. Full exhibition hall with over 150 international and national exhibitors. 
Register HERE 

Middle East & Central Asia Aquaculture 2016 Izmir, Turkey June 2-4
In conjunction with Future Fish Eurasia.
The 2016 edition of the Middle East & Central Asia Aquaculture (MECAA-16) 'Towards sustainable aquaculture' - will be held in conjunction with the Future Fish Eurasia 2016, Izmir, Turkey between 2-4 June 2016. MECAA-16 will bring together aquaculture industry experts and academics from around the world and offer a state-of-the-art platform to interact, debate and exchange views on recent results, projects and research.
     
http://www.marevent.com/MEAF2016_TURKEY.html
Izmir (Image: Joe Taylor)
The Organising Committee would like to invite all producers, farmers, suppliers, investors, industry experts and academics to Izmir, Turkey to attend this unique forum. Attendees can expect a world class state-of-the-art program covering a wide range of topics such as: shrimp, biotics & bioflocs, marine fish, aquaponics, aquaculture investment in the Middle East & Central Asia, sustainable aquaculture, freshwater fish, nutrition, health, algae, seaweeds, production systems, offshore aquaculture & IMTA, water conservation, education & technology transfer.

For more details on the program please contact MECAA2016@eurasiafairs.com 

Aquaculture Europe 2016 Edinburgh, Scotland September 20-23  
Aquaculture Europe in Scotland, organised by the European Aquaculture Society. Aquaculture Europe 2016 will take place at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) from September 20-23.

AE2016 is organised by the European Aquaculture Society with the cooperation and support of Marine Scotland, part of the Scottish Government, and The Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland. The event is Gold Sponsored by Biomar. The event theme 'Food for thought' means something to think about, something to be seriously considered and something that provides mental stimulation and nourishment.

Aquaculture in Europe has plateaued resulting in overall output remaining more or less constant in volume since 2000. AE2016 will present the latest science to support further development, and industry panels will discuss key opportunities. It will also identify areas to encourage further sustainable growth in aquaculture. The morning plenary sessions will address different aspects of the event theme in a novel way. Time to submit your abstract or book your booth.
More info HERE 

Latin American & Caribbean Aquaculture 2016 Lima, Peru, November 28 – December 1
Innovative Aquaculture under Environmental Challenges is the theme for this event. LACQUA16 will be the 2016 annual meeting of the Latin American & Caribbean Chapter of the WAS. LACQUA16 will be held in the Sheraton Convention Center in Lima, Peru. Now accepting abstracts in English. Presentations can be in English and in Spanish. Submit your abstract now. Booths available; contact Mario@marevent.com 
    
http://www.was.org/
Cape Town (Image: David Stanley)
World Aquaculture 2017 Cape Town, South Africa – June 27-30

World Aquaculture 2017 will be held in Cape Town with involvement from countries throughout the Africa continent and around the world. Aquaculture is rapidly growing in Africa and increasingly being integrated into the continent’s food systems; therefore 2017 is the perfect time for the world aquaculture community to focus on Africa. A major international trade show at WORLD AQUACULTURE 2017 is the place to learn about the latest aquaculture technologies presented by exhibitors from around the world. Mark your calendar.
Online info on www.was.org coming soon. 


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