2nd International Aquaculture Conference

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2nd International Aquaculture Conference



4 May 2017

8th General Assembly of NACEE

5 May 2017

The International Conference will be held in Daugavpils University, Latvia (Parades 1a, Daugavpils, LV-5400, Latvia; info@ecology.lv and arturs.skute@du.lv;  (N  55.870577°, E 26.507032°) in 4 May 2017. The official language of the conference will be English and Russian (presentations in Latvian and Russian are acceptable with English abstracts); conference participation fee is 30 €; abstracts will be published in PDF format in a day of conference; full manuscripts will be published after the conference in paper and PDF in scientific journal Acta Biologica Universitatis Daugavpiliensis (coverage: Thomson Reuters, Elsevier: SCOPUS, Zoological Record, BIOSIS Previews), or in the PDF Proceedings. Each participant may present up to three oral presentations and any number of posters.

Deadline for registration and abstract submission:             March 31, 2017.

Deadline for manuscript submission:                                    May 5, 2017.

The main topics of the Conference will cover different aspects of aquaculture: research, management, and conservation in-situ and ex-situ of any water animals or plants:

Research Section:

  • Genetic analyses and its role in management of populations;
  • General biology and ecology of hydrobionts species;
  • Experimental and theoretical approaches to surveys and data processing;
  • Physiology and ethology of hydrobionts species;
  • Water chemistry research in aquaculture;
  • Aquaculture engineering.

Fish farming Section:

  • Fish farming economic and financial management;
  • Aquaculture of new economic perspective species;
  • Management practices for sustainability of farmed populations;
  • Aquaculture – technologies of keeping, domestication’s problems, modernization;
  • Health conditions, diseases and veterinary;
  • Pond aquaculture and RAS aquaculture: challenges and opportunities;
  • Diets and feeding of aquaculture species.

Nature conservation Section:

  • Practical results of LIFE, European, national, local and other projects connected with conservation or research on water animals or plants;
  • Connections between human impact, water and terrestrial ecosystems and species;
  • Aquatic and terrestrial invasive species as threats;
  • Role of education and public awareness in conservation programs
  • Distribution, new findings, natural area, climate and habitats;
  • Re-introduction programs, population enforcements by releasing in wild and their results or problems.


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