Institute of

Fisheries Ecology

Aquaculture

View across fish ponds. (© Monika Manthey-Karl)

Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms like fish, crustaceans, molluscs and aquatic plants in artificial systems, coastal and inland waters. Aquaculture involves the intervention in the rearing process to enhance production. In contrast to capture fisheries, the stock being cultivated is under individual or corporate ownership. The global demand for fish and seafood has been increasing rapidly throughout the last decade. Capture fisheries production, however, continuous to remain stable. Aquaculture is thus getting more and more important as substantial increases in global fish production can only be achieved by farming. At present, more than 50% of fish and seafood for human consumption are derived from aquaculture. Indeed, the expansion of aquaculture gave rise to several questions, e.g. in the fields of technology, ecology as well as in socioeconomics. With our research, we want to contribute in solving these questions making aquaculture sustainable.  

Topics

Tasks, projects & networks

Tasks, projects & networks within this research area

Contacts

Publications

Results 76 - 80 of 82

Begin   back   next   end

  1. Slawski H, Adem H, Tressel R-P, Wysujack K, Kotzamanis YP, Schulz C (2011) Austausch von Fischmehl durch Rapsproteinkonzentrat in Futtermitteln für Steinbutt (Psetta maxima L.). Züchtungskunde 83(6):451-460
  2. Slawski H, Adem H, Tressel R-P, Wysujack K, Koops U, Wuerts S, Schulz C (2011) Replacement of fish meal with rapeseed protein concentrate in diets fed to wels catfish (Silurus glanis L.). Aquacult Nutr 17(6):605-612, DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2095.2011.00857.x
  3. Slawski H, Adem H, Tressel R-P, Wysujack K, Koops U, Schulz C (2011) Replacement of Fishmeal by Rapeseed Protein Concentrate in Diets for Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio L.). Israeli J Aquacult 63(605):1-6
  4. Reiser S, Würtz S, Schröder JP, Kloas W, Hanel R (2011) Risks of seawater ozonation in recirculation aquaculture – Effects of oxidative stress on animal welfare of juvenile turbot (Psetta maxima L.). Aquatic Toxicol 105(3-4):508-517, DOI:10.1016/j.aquatox.2011.08.004
  5. Gaye-Siessegger J, McCullagh JS, Focken U (2011) The effect of dietary amino acid abundance and isotopic composition on the growth rate, metabolism and tissue ð13C of rainbow trout. Brit J Nutr 105(12):1764-1771, DOI:10.1017/S0007114510005696

Results 76 - 80 of 82

Begin   back   next   end