Marine Bioresources - 8 > 12 octobre 2018
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      • Le 15/09/2018
      • PROGRAMME OF THE NORWEGIAN SESSION: "Concepts to achieve a sustainable management and use of ocean resources"

      • Wednesday 10th October | Petit Theatre
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      • Organised by: Norwagian Ambassy and Innovation Norway

        Keywords: Sustainable development, Science based management, New technologies for national resource stock assessment and sustainable aquaculture, Principles for marine resource management

        (Session in English)

         

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        09:00   H.E. Ambassador Rolf Einar FIFE - Introduction

         

        09:15   ALMÅS Karl Andreas, SINTEF Ocean

        "Future perspectives of the ocean based Industries in Norway"

         

        09:45   Prof. REITAN Kjell Inge, Norwegian University for Science and Technology

        "Sustainability as a basis for the Norwegian aquaculture industry"

         

        10:05   HOLAN Astrid Buran, Senior Advisor AquaOptima

        The use of recirculation systems for land based fish farming

        AquaOptima specializes in recirculation aquaculture systems (RAS), and, based on its own unique technology, offers hatcheries and grow-out land-based farms to the world market for a variety of species.

         

        10:25   Coffee Break

         

        10:45   WEHDE Henning, Institute for Marine Research

        Science based management of marine resources and sustainable exploitation. The Norwegian experience.

        11:15   DIGRE Hanne, SINTEF Ocean

        Use of big data and new technology to improve stock assessments and public decision making

         

        11:35 HAMMERSLAND Helge, Scantrol Deep Vision

        Presentation of Deep Vision as a tool for more sustainable fisheries

        Deep Vision is a subsea vision system for identifying and measuring fish under water. A subsea camera unit attached to the trawl makes it possible to identify and measure fish in the sea without bringing the catch onboard the vessel. Deep Vision is an invaluable tool for marine researchers and a great technological leap towards more sustainable fisheries.


        11:55 LEE BEHRENS Hanna - Closing remarks

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Organised by
  • Brest Métropôle
  • Technopôle Brest Iroise
With the support of
  • Union Européenne
  • Région Bretagne
  • Caisse des dépôts

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