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ShellAqua

NUI Galway Aquaculture Project to Quantify Ecosystem Services Provided by the Irish Shellfish Sector The ShellAqua Project will measure the potential benefits provided by shellfish aquaculture A new research project, ShellAqua, aims to quantify the ecosystem services, that is the benefits to humans provided by the natural environment from healthy ecosystems, potentially provided by shellfish […]

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NEPTUNUS – Northern European Aquaculture event

The National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway) recently presented at an interregional workshop on aquaculture and circular economy implementation in Ireland, Finland and Poland the workshop was organised by the Interreg Europe funded project EXTRA-SMEs. Researchers, stakeholders and experts from Lapland University of Applied Sciences (LAPIN AMK), Resources Institute Finland, Bord Iascaigh Mhara, the […]

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March 2018 Stakeholder Meeting

On the 15th of March 2018, the third stakeholder meeting of the MOREFISH project took place in the Sheraton Hotel in Athlone. The event proved to be the largest of the meetings to date with 62 attendees, consisting of representatives from industry (14 farms represented – approx 90% of freshwater farms), research, academia and regulatory […]

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2019 Activities

It has been a busy few months with the EcoAqua project. We have completed our sampling campaigns, all relevant data is now being analysed and will be presented to our partners in the coming weeks and months. Some of the results that can be expected include: Four life cycle assessment (LCA) studies on salmon smolt, […]

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EcoAqua

New Project to Significantly Improve Efficiencies in Fish Farming An innovative multidisciplinary aquaculture project led by NUI Galway and Athlone Institute of Technology is set to improve production efficiencies and management of farmed fish at several inland freshwater sites. The project ‘ECOAQUA’ has received €348,781 in funding under the European Maritime Fisheries Fund (EMFF), administered by […]

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IFM 2017

IFM 2017, Belfast – The Big Fish MOREFISH attendance: Ronan Cooney (NUIG) Presentation: Poster The Institute of Fisheries Management annual conference was held in Belfast from the 10th – 12th of October 2017. The event was very well attended with delegates from Ireland, the UK and the USA to name a few. This was the […]

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NordicRAS 2017

Nordic RAS workshop (Aalborg, Denmark – 12-13 October 2017 MOREFISH attendance: Alan Kennedy (NUIG), Alexandre Tahar (AIT) Once every two years DTU aqua and NOFIMA co-organize the Nordic RAS workshop in order to discuss the current development, experiences gained, and recently achieved research results in the field of recirculated aquaculture. Once again after attending in […]

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Second Stakeholder Meeting

The second MOREFISH stakeholder meeting took place in Athlone Institute of Technology on the 27th of January 2017. The theme for the day was “Increasing Irish production in a sustainable manner under emerging environmental constraints”. The objectives of this workshop were to: Act as a forum for industry stakeholders/state bodies/regulatory bodies/Local Authority representatives/HEI researcher’s to […]

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