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11th Global Summit on Aquaculture & Fisheries, will be organized around the theme “Innovative and Sustainable Aquaculture”

Aquaculture Summit 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Aquaculture Summit 2018

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

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  • Track 1-1Hand Gathering
  • Track 1-2Spearfishing
  • Track 1-3Netting
  • Track 1-4Angling
  • Track 1-5Trapping
  • Track 1-6Fishing Tackle
  • Track 1-7Artisanal Techniques
  • Track 1-8Electrofishing
  • Track 1-9Commercial Trolling
  • Track 2-1Advanced Aquaculture Technology
  • Track 2-2Sustainable Systems
  • Track 2-3New Sea Cage Design
  • Track 2-4Sustainable Integration
  • Track 2-5Net Panels
  • Track 2-6Floating Farms
  • Track 2-7Submersible Fish Rearing System
  • Track 2-8Offshore Open Ocean Cages
  • Track 2-9Innovative RAS Design
  • Track 3-1Biofiltration
  • Track 3-2Ammonia Toxicity
  • Track 3-3High Fish Stocking Densities
  • Track 3-4Intensive Aquaculture
  • Track 3-5Degassing
  • Track 3-6Mechanical Drum Filter
  • Track 3-7Aquaponics
  • Track 3-8Reduced Water Requirements
  • Track 3-9Increased Biosecurity
  • Track 4-1Hydroponics
  • Track 4-2Recirculating Aquaculture Systems
  • Track 4-3Symbiotic environment
  • Track 4-4Biofilter
  • Track 4-5Hydroponics subsystem
  • Track 4-6Saltwater aquaponics
  • Track 4-7Floating foam rafts
  • Track 4-8Nutrient Film Technique
  • Track 5-1Farm Aquaculture Resource Management Model
  • Track 5-2Optimal Carrying Capacity
  • Track 5-3Food Supply
  • Track 5-4Farm Size
  • Track 5-5Environmental Parameters
  • Track 5-6Fish Stock
  • Track 5-7Current Velocity
  • Track 5-8Sustainable Yield
  • Track 5-9Continued Productivity of Resources
  • Track 6-1Optimization And Engineering
  • Track 6-2Recirculating Aquaculture Systems
  • Track 6-3Material Engineering
  • Track 6-4Building Design And Construction
  • Track 6-5Water Transfer And Treatment
  • Track 6-6Instrumentation And Monitoring Systems
  • Track 6-7Environmental Engineering
  • Track 7-1Aquatic Respiration
  • Track 7-2Osmoregulation
  • Track 7-3Thermoregulation
  • Track 7-4Undulatory locomotion
  • Track 7-5Buoyancy
  • Track 7-6Chemoreception
  • Track 7-7Electroreception
  • Track 7-8Magnetoception
  • Track 8-1Floating Aquatic Plants
  • Track 8-2Submerged Aquatic Plants
  • Track 8-3Hydrophytes
  • Track 8-4Aquatic aesthetics
  • Track 8-5Non-invasive native plants
  • Track 8-6Duckweed
  • Track 8-7Saltwater aquatic plants
  • Track 8-8Freshwater aquatic plants
  • Track 8-9Seaweed farming
  • Track 9-1Limnology
  • Track 9-2Biogeochemistry
  • Track 9-3Aquatic Ecology
  • Track 9-4Oceanography
  • Track 9-5Hydrology
  • Track 9-6Aquatic Science
  • Track 9-7Open Ocean Ecosystems
  • Track 9-8Species Diversity
  • Track 9-9Aquatic Habitats
  • Track 10-1Price Paradox
  • Track 10-2Sustainability Indicators
  • Track 10-3Ancillary Support Services
  • Track 10-4Infrastructure
  • Track 10-5Livelihood Security
  • Track 10-6Food Consumism And Social Action
  • Track 10-7Fisheries Management Policies
  • Track 10-8Sustainable Development
  • Track 10-9Economic Efficiency
  • Track 11-1Environmental Sustainability
  • Track 11-2Economic Sustainability
  • Track 11-3Social And Community Sustainability
  • Track 11-4Sustainable Business Management Practices
  • Track 11-5Sustainable Farm Management Practices
  • Track 11-6Responsible Sourcing of Broodstock & Juvenile Fish
  • Track 11-7Control of escapes
  • Track 11-8Minimizing Biodiversity & Wildlife Impact
  • Track 11-9Regulatory Compliance
  • Track 12-1Wild fisheries
  • Track 12-2Overfishing
  • Track 12-3Inland capture fishery
  • Track 12-4Marine Capture Fisheries
  • Track 12-5Marine conservation purpose
  • Track 12-6Target species
  • Track 12-7Recreational fishing
  • Track 12-8Commercial capture fisheries
  • Track 13-1License Requirements
  • Track 13-2Food Safety
  • Track 13-3Marine Stewardship
  • Track 13-4Aquaculture Permit
  • Track 13-5Environmental Protection
  • Track 13-6Habitat Conservation
  • Track 13-7Aquaculture Lease Regulations
  • Track 13-8Aquaculture Management Regulations
  • Track 14-1Sustainable exploitation
  • Track 14-2Monitoring control and surveillance
  • Track 14-3Ecosystem-based approach
  • Track 14-4Resilient ecosystems
  • Track 14-5Maximization of sustainable biomass yield
  • Track 14-6Habitat management
  • Track 14-7Proper allocation of resources
  • Track 14-8Maintenance of critical food-web connections
  • Track 15-1Induced fish breeding
  • Track 15-2Transgenic fish
  • Track 15-3Chromosome sex manipulation
  • Track 15-4Cryopreservation
  • Track 15-5Fish health management
  • Track 15-6Molecular genetic approaches
  • Track 15-7Induced sterility techniques
  • Track 15-8Microbial aquaculture technology
  • Track 16-1Land- Or Ocean-Based Aquafarms
  • Track 16-2Fish Farming
  • Track 16-3Commercial Aquafarming
  • Track 16-4Freshwater And Saltwater Populations
  • Track 16-5Controlled Conditions
  • Track 16-6Regular Stocking
  • Track 16-7Individual or Corporate Ownership
  • Track 16-8Integrated Fish Farming
  • Track 16-9Aquaponics
  • Track 17-1Breeding
  • Track 17-2Transplantation of fish
  • Track 17-3Juvenile Fish
  • Track 17-4Fish-Rearing
  • Track 17-5Fish Hatching
  • Track 17-6Morphological features of fish
  • Track 17-7Cultivable Species
  • Track 17-8Pond Ecosystem
  • Track 17-9Design & Construction of Fish Farm
  • Track 18-1Fish feed
  • Track 18-2Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Track 18-3Micronutrients
  • Track 18-4Fish oil
  • Track 18-5Dietary nutrients
  • Track 18-6Adequate feeding
  • Track 18-7Fish metabolism
  • Track 18-8Formulated diets
  • Track 18-9Nutritionally-balanced diets
  • Track 19-1Specific and non-specific defense
  • Track 19-2Pathogens
  • Track 19-3Fish mortality
  • Track 19-4Cleaning stations
  • Track 19-5Host population ecology
  • Track 19-6Copper Treatments
  • Track 19-7Adaptative immune response
  • Track 20-1Spawning bed
  • Track 20-2Artificial breeding
  • Track 20-3Larval and juvenile fish
  • Track 20-4Genetic improvement
  • Track 20-5Broodstock conditioning
  • Track 20-6Selective breeding programs
  • Track 20-7Conservation programs
  • Track 20-8Larval survival rates
  • Track 20-9Manual stripping
  • Track 21-1Freshwater fish stocking
  • Track 21-2Saltwater fish stocking
  • Track 21-3Recreational fishing opportunities
  • Track 21-4Fish stocking regimes
  • Track 21-5Fish population surveys
  • Track 21-6Native fish stocking
  • Track 21-7Endangered fish conservation
  • Track 21-8Tribal fishing
  • Track 21-9Food fishstocks
  • Track 22-1Marine shrimp farming
  • Track 22-2Freshwater prawn farming
  • Track 22-3Eyestalk ablation
  • Track 22-4Pacific white shrimp
  • Track 22-5Giant tiger prawn
  • Track 22-6Industrial shrimp farming
  • Track 22-7Krill fishery
  • Track 23-1Traditional Bed or Bottom Culture
  • Track 23-2Rack & Bag Culture
  • Track 23-3Suspended Culture
  • Track 23-4Inter-tidal Longline Culture
  • Track 23-5Dredging
  • Track 23-6Oyster spat
  • Track 23-7Dike culture
  • Track 23-8Oystering machinery
  • Track 23-9Oyster pirate
  • Track 24-1Microalgae
  • Track 24-2Seaweed Culture
  • Track 24-3Industrial Algae Cultivation
  • Track 24-4Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • Track 24-5Monocultural Production
  • Track 24-6Algal Cultivation System
  • Track 24-7Pond & Bioreactor Cultivation
  • Track 24-8Photobioreactors
  • Track 24-9Autoflocculation
  • Track 25-1Saltwater Ponds
  • Track 25-2Coastal Mariculture
  • Track 25-3Constant Water Circulation Systems
  • Track 25-4Finfish Culture
  • Track 25-5Marine Plant Culture
  • Track 25-6Crustacean Culture 
  • Track 25-7Mollusc Culture
  • Track 25-8Open Ocean Aquaculture
  • Track 25-9Enhanced Stocking
  • Track 25-10Floating Cages
  • Track 26-1Intensive Cultivation
  • Track 26-2Synergistic Cultivation
  • Track 26-3Aquatic Polyculture
  • Track 26-4Integration of Monocultures
  • Track 26-5Fractionated Aquaculture
  • Track 26-6Integrated Agriculture Aquaculture Systems
  • Track 26-7Integrated Peri Urban Aquaculture Systems
  • Track 26-8Integrated Fisheries Aquaculture Systems
  • Track 26-9Environment Remediation
  • Track 27-1Biofouling
  • Track 27-2Aquaculture Fish Enclosures
  • Track 27-3Design Feasibility
  • Track 27-4Material Strength
  • Track 27-5Corrosion Resistance
  • Track 27-6Copper Alloy Mesh
  • Track 27-7Copper Sheathing
  • Track 27-8Net Deflection
  • Track 27-9Stock Losses