2nd Edition of
World Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference

May 18-19, 2022 | Online Event

WAC 2022

Tran Huu Nghi, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Keynote Presentation
Tran Huu Nghi, The Centre for Tropical Forest Research Viet Nam, Vietnam

By 2016 about 98% of households in rural area of Viet Nam were electrified. The total of power system production of the country reached 159.45 billion kWh in 2016, of which contribution from hydropower plants occupy more than 30%. So far, Viet Nam planned to convert about 50,000 [....] » Read More

J L Giovanna Hesley, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Keynote Presentation
J L Giovanna Hesley, BASIS Tucson Primary, Tucson, United States

School gardens are a powerful tool for teaching many subjects and developing a healthy lifestyle. Ms. Hesley has created an aquaponics workbook for teachers of young scholars from 5 to 18 years. Each section contains lessons that focus separately It contains sections each with a [....] » Read More

Tom Wedegaertner, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Tom Wedegaertner, Agricultural and Environmental Research, Cotton Incorporated, NC, United States

As a by-product of cotton production, cottonseed protein is a sustainable source of high quality, plant-based protein that is widely available wherever cotton is grown.  Unfortunately, the 11 million metric tons of cottonseed protein produced by the global cotton crop every [....] » Read More

Diana Chan, Speaker at Aquaculture
Keynote Presentation
Diana Chan, Aquaculture Innovation Centre, Singapore

Singapore is a city-state with a population of close to 6 million people. About 95% of the food consumed comes from foreign imports.  Singapore is not an agricultural country but there are about 110-120 coastal foodfish farms with at least 10 land based farms. In order to re [....] » Read More

Katherine Hawes, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Keynote Presentation
Katherine Hawes, Principal Solicitor, Aquarius Lawyers ASIP Director, Australia

Aquaculture has become a focus for venture capitalists and other types of investors who are diving into the opportunity. With the significant rise in  aquaculture venture funding that supports innovation and emerging technologies that is a significant reshaping of the aquacu [....] » Read More

Neelanjana Choudhury, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Oral Presentation
Neelanjana Choudhury, AISECT University, Hazaribag, Jharkhand, India

Takumi (Flubendiamide 20% WDG) insecticide is used against various borer insect pests like, stem borer, pod borer, leaf folder, semilooper etc. Borer insects are major insect pests of Rice crop. Hence, the insecticide is popularly used to manage the borer pests in paddy fields. T [....] » Read More

Nisreen Ezz El Dien Mahmoud, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Oral Presentation
Nisreen Ezz El Dien Mahmoud, Department of Parasitology, Cairo University , Egypt

Fish is an important protein source and is consumed by almost every population in the world. Fish diseases particularly the parasitic have great impacts on fisheries and aquaculture through their effects on fecundity, growth and marketability. Parasites have been shown to lowe [....] » Read More

Sahar Fahmy Mehanna, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Sahar Fahmy Mehanna, National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Egypt

Abstract: Fish production from aquaculture plays an important role in increasing the fisheries production  globally. In Egypt, fish production through aquaculture has emerged as the utmost potential way to meet fish demand, food security, livelihood, employment and nationa [....] » Read More

Mohammad Khairul Alam Sobuj, Speaker at Fisheries
Oral Presentation
Mohammad Khairul Alam Sobuj, Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute, Bangladesh

Seaweeds are now recognized as a treasure of bioactive compounds. Beneficial health effects of seaweeds vary with the different aspects especially geographical location of the seaweed. However, the seaweed of Bangladesh is still unexplored. So, this study was designed to explore [....] » Read More

Gerardo Rodriguez Quiroz, Speaker at Marine culture
Oral Presentation
Gerardo Rodriguez Quiroz, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico

In Mexico the annual shrimp aquaculture rate production is growing, and thus demands more feeding inputs and diseases inhibitors. Among organic fertilizers, Eisenia foetida solid humus is considered as a great promoter for plankton growth, helping to develop these aquatic organis [....] » Read More

Simone Smith Godfrey, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Oral Presentation
Simone Smith Godfrey, CSIR Smart Mobility, South Africa

The paper reviews Marine Spatial Planning from its very definition and investigates the models of Marine Spatial Planning existing currently, entrenched in institutions. It also considers the relationships in where its custodianship currently falls within the myriad of blue econo [....] » Read More

John Thomas, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Oral Presentation
John Thomas, Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), India

Aquaculture is an important activity responsible for the production of protein rich animal food worldwide. Aquaculture production has increased, due to the continuous expansion of cultured fish and shellfish species. Sea weeds are valuable natural assets in aquaculture due to the [....] » Read More

Awwal Bamanga, Speaker at Marine Pollution
Oral Presentation
Awwal Bamanga, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Nigeria

The coastal zone is influenced by human activities such as fishing, industries and shipping and can become vulnerable due to these persistence anthropogenic actions. Often enclosed and semi-enclosed marine areas such as harbours can become polluted, and this is detrimental to sed [....] » Read More

SSS Sarma, Speaker at Marine Resources
Oral Presentation
SSS Sarma, National Autonomous University of Mexico, FES Iztacala, Mexico

Aquaculture of shrimps is a highly lucrative industry, and it accounts for more than half of the total shrimps sold globally. Among the common species cultured in Mexico are Litopenaeus vannamei, Penaeus stylirostris and Penaeus setiferus. South-Asia, China, India, Brazil, Mexico [....] » Read More

Syed Makhdoom Hussain, Speaker at marine
Oral Presentation
Syed Makhdoom Hussain, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan

The goal of this talk was to summarize the current state of knowledge about using plant by-products and supplements in fish culture, as well as their potential for further usage in aquaculture production, because global fish consumption has increased while total fish product [....] » Read More

Jerina Kolitari , Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Jerina Kolitari , Agricultural University of Tirana, Albania

Habitats, coastal zone and ecosystems services always attracted humans and human activities. But this intensive concentration of population and excessive exploitation of natural resources puts enormous pressure on our coastal ecosystems leading to biodiversity loss, habitats dest [....] » Read More

Ana Claudia Sanchez Ortiz, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Ana Claudia Sanchez Ortiz, University of Guadalajara, Mexico

The need to produce food under strict quality standards and reduce the impact on the environment, leads to development of food industry, particularly aquaculture practices. Minimizing the impact of this industry, implies the use of non-chemical antimicrobials and better practices [....] » Read More

Mustapha Hasnaoui, Speaker at Aquaculture Conference
Oral Presentation
Mustapha Hasnaoui, University of Sultan Moulay Slimane, Morocco

In recent decades, aquaculture dominated all animal production sectors in terms of growth and is increasingly contributing to food security, poverty reduction, creating jobs and sources of income. In front of a global situation of declining catch fisheries, population growth proj [....] » Read More

Thao Phuong Huynh Ngo, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Thao Phuong Huynh Ngo, Biotechnology Centre of Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

Tilapia lake virus (TiLV) is reported as a threat to tilapia aquaculture in 16 countries from four continents with outbreaks causing up to 90% mortality. Our study is the first one working on TiLV from Vietnam. We propagated successfully a TiLV isolate HB196-VN-2020 from a diseas [....] » Read More

Perry Raso, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Perry Raso, Matunuck Oyster Farm, United States

The demand for Eastern oysters over the last two decades has increased year after year. This steady continuous growth has created opportunity not only for oyster farmers and other businesses immediately supporting the shellfish aquaculture industry, such as gear and transportatio [....] » Read More

Mahmoud Mahrous M Abbas, Speaker at Aquaculture Conference
Oral Presentation
Mahmoud Mahrous M Abbas, Al-Azhar University, Egypt

Minerals in seafood can be essential, non-essential, or toxic to human consumption. Minerals such as iron, copper, zinc, and manganese are essential and play important roles in biological systems. Meanwhile, mercury, lead, and cadmium are toxic, even in trace amounts. However, es [....] » Read More

Jay D Tering, Speaker at Aquaculture Conference
Oral Presentation
Jay D Tering, Mindanao State University at Naawan, Philippines

Waste inorganic (nitrogen and phosphorus containing compounds) products from aquaculture results in the environmental degradation of water bodies. The problems on waste accumulation, environmental deterioration, and diseases in aquaculture have been minimized by eco-based method [....] » Read More

Wazir S Lakra, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Oral Presentation
Wazir S Lakra, ICAR-Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, India

Fisheries and aquaculture development in India has exhibited tremendous growth in recent years. Fish production in India has reached an all -time high of 14.8 million metric tons during 2020-21.The gross value added (GVA) by the fisheries sector to the national economy stood at I [....] » Read More

Jiang Yelin, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Poster Presentation
Jiang Yelin, Fisheries Research Institute, Anhui Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

Fish farming in rice fields is a green farming model vigorously advocated by China in recent years. The water resources, weed resources, and aquatic biological resources in the rice fields constitute a complex ecosystem. Using the turtle’s active and diligent foraging habit [....] » Read More

Jorge E Toro, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Poster Presentation
Jorge E Toro, Institute of Marine and Limnological Sciences, Austral University of Chile, Chile

Abstract: The chilean native blue mussel Mytilus chilensis, is an economically important marine resource in Chile. The M. chilensis aquaculture began in 1943 in Chiloé Island, southern Chile, and the aquaculture production increased rapidly from 3,864 t in 1993 to 398,2 [....] » Read More

S Farid, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Poster Presentation
S Farid, Université Sultan Moulay Slimane, Morocco

This work consists in studying the feeding preferences of the silver carp fry Hypophthalmichthys molitrix in the nursery ponds of the Deroua station (Fkih Ben Saleh, Morocco).It was carried out on 153 specimens of silver carp fry whose size varied from 0.6 to 4 cm, caught between [....] » Read More

Samah Fettach, Speaker at Aquaculture Conference
Poster Presentation
Samah Fettach, National Institute of Fisheries Research, Morocco

In bivalve hatchery, broodstock founds one of the most important bacterial sources for larval cultures due to the vertical transmission of bacteria. In Amsa shellfish station (INRH_Tétouan, Morocco), the discharge of bacterial load from reared broodstock originated from na [....] » Read More

Marnelle B Sornito, Speaker at Aquaculture Conference 2022
Poster Presentation
Marnelle B Sornito, Mindanao State University at Naawan, Philippines

Sea cucumbers provide a significant source of livelihood in coastal communities; however, the resource is in peril due to overharvesting and lack of sustainable management. The study aims to highlight the composition and distribution of the most exploited sea cucumber species in [....] » Read More

 Lucille McWilliams, Speaker at Aquaculture Conference
Poster Presentation
Lucille McWilliams, Pawling High School, United States

As water temperatures drop in November, Kemp’s Ridley, Loggerhead, and Green sea turtles cold-stun in Cape Cod Bay. The foraging ecology of these sea turtles remains an understudied area of research. In this study, we aim to assess the diet of these turtles using a multi-ti [....] » Read More

Virendra Goswami, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Virendra Goswami, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) & ‘Environment and Peace Foundation, India

ABSTRACT: It aims to develop Physicochemical and spectroscopic methods to characterize the in-situ chemical speciation of the inorganic contaminants and develop technologies for remediation of water pollution by catalytic oxidants over Oceanic Transitional Areas (OTAs). Next, to [....] » Read More

Amod Ashok Salgaonkar, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Amod Ashok Salgaonkar, Co-founder & Chief Operating Officer from A2S2 Enterprises, India

Emergence of sustainability-linked blue bonds and/or sustainable finance is playing a key role while getting any new big investments in the new set-ups or for expanding the already established seafood businesses. The trend is new however investors giving focus to the organization [....] » Read More

Daoliang Li, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Keynote Presentation
Daoliang Li, China Agricultural University, China

There is an increasing recognition within the aquaculture industry that understanding the behavior of farmed animals can help provide solutions to farming problems. Behavior monitor would help farmers to observe animals behavior as welfare indicators for the better and effective [....] » Read More

Naomi A Ubina, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Naomi A Ubina, National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan

Abstract: Fish feeding behavior has a significant impact on optimizing aquaculture production. Assessing the level of satiety of fish can help determine inadequate feeding that affects fish quality or overfeeding, which decreases profit and water quality due to food waste. Tra [....] » Read More

Akonkwa Balagizi, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Akonkwa Balagizi, Official University of Bukavu, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the

This study was focused on the description of fishing gears on Lake Kivu. Data were collected from March 2012 to February 2014 in Goma, Bukavu and Kibuye fishing stations. The study findings indicate that gill nets, beach seine, lift net, trammel net composed of two panels of smal [....] » Read More

Victor Agyeman, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Victor Agyeman, Water Research Institute-Aquaculture Research and Development Center, Ghana

The potential for developing pond fish farming in the Ashanti Region of Ghana is enormous, as the prospects are huge and good water quality management is a major determining factor in the success of fish farming.  This study was conducted in Ashanti Region of Ghana to examin [....] » Read More

Lauren Bailey, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Lauren Bailey, Rhodes University, South Africa

For the persistence of fished populations in the Anthropocene, it is critical to predict how fished populations will respond to the coupled threats of exploitation and climate change for adaptive management. The resilience of fished populations will depend on their capacity for p [....] » Read More

Hussein B Jenjan, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Hussein B Jenjan, University of Benghazi, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

Fish like other vertebrates, generally share in several tasks such developmental way, body systems and most physiological function. The confronts of life in fresh and/or sea water results in a leading function for structures for instance gills, not in terms of respiration, but th [....] » Read More

Samar S Seoud, Speaker at Environmental Stressors
Oral Presentation
Samar S Seoud, Researcher at veterinary medicine, Mansoura university, Egypt

Amyloodinium ocellatum is one of the most important ectoparasitic protozoa infecting marine species especially during early life stages (fries and fingerlings). Whether the environmental parameters and water quality affecting the occurrence of Amyloodinium infestation is worth to [....] » Read More

Ali Reza Radkhah, Speaker at Analytical Techniques
Oral Presentation
Ali Reza Radkhah, University of Tehran, Karaj, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

The coastal zone is influenced by human activities such as fishing, industries and shipping and can become vulnerable due to these persistence anthropogenic actions. Often enclosed and semi-enclosed marine areas such as harbours can become polluted, and this is detrimental to sed [....] » Read More

Farooz Ahmad Bhat, Speaker at Fisheries and Aquaculture
Oral Presentation
Farooz Ahmad Bhat, Faculty of Fisheries, Rangil, Ganderbal, SKUAST-K, India

Kashmir valley located in the North Western Himalaya is famous for being an abode of diverse network of lentic and lotic ecosystems with diverse fish fauna. The demotechnic growth, urbanization of rural centers and deforestation has resulted in the deterioration of fresh water ec [....] » Read More

 S Nandini , Speaker at Aquaculture
Oral Presentation
S Nandini , National Autonomous University of Mexico , Mexico

Aquaculture has a long history in the world since it provides a cheap source of protein to millions of people. In several countries it is also practiced on private property as DIY projects. Mexico is a megadiverse country with high fish diversity. In freshwaters the families G [....] » Read More

Muhammad Saleem Chang, Speaker at Fisheries resources
Oral Presentation
Muhammad Saleem Chang, University of Sindh Jamshoro, Pakistan

The fisheries resources of Pakistan comprised of offshore, inland and coastal fisheries and has potential for industrial fisheries. The country’s coastal sites of EEZ (Exclusive Economic Zone) has greatest aquatic fauna of economically significant tuna species. However, int [....] » Read More

Esther Wairimu, Speaker at coastal
Oral Presentation
Esther Wairimu, KMFRI, Kenya

This study presents the first trial application of an integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) system in pond culture in Kenya using a combination of locally available species. Sea cucumber, Holothuria scabra, and cockles, Anadara antiquata were obtained from the wild for cult [....] » Read More

Wahyu Handayani, Speaker at Aquaculture
Oral Presentation
Wahyu Handayani, Brawijaya University, Indonesia

Gender as a concept is the result of the socio-cultural construction of society in seeing the roles, status, rights, and obligations of men and women, which are different in each region. Likewise, in the management of ecosystems in coastal and coastal areas, there are peculiariti [....] » Read More

R K Mishra, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
R K Mishra, National Centre for Polar and Ocean Research, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Goa, India

India has a long coastline of about 8000 km the eastern part stretched with the Bay of Bengal and the western part elongated with the Arabian Sea. The mainland and island surrounded by the coastal waters provide huge opportunities for coastal rural villagers, inhabitants and indi [....] » Read More

Keshia Naidoo, Speaker at Aquaculture Congress 2022
Oral Presentation
Keshia Naidoo, South African Association for Marine Biological Research,Durban, South Africa

Antiparasitic copper treatment is a part of routine marine aquaria quarantine, and, at times is used to treat fish on exhibits. Free copper will react with calcareous materials, to form insoluble copper carbonate. This will leach out into fresh, untreated saltwater once a bath tr [....] » Read More

Nana Towa Algrient, Speaker at Fisheries Congress 2022
Oral Presentation
Nana Towa Algrient, University of Dschang, Dschang, Cameroon

Fish digestion and absorption are facilitated throughout its digestive tract by the substance secretions and the micro-organism activities found in its digestive tract and have a great impact on the fish growth. For this purpose, a study carried out at the aquaculture station of [....] » Read More

Edgar A Lopez Landavery, Speaker at Fisheries Congress 2022
Oral Presentation
Edgar A Lopez Landavery, National University of Santa,Nuevo Chimbote, Peru

The flatfish Paralichthys adspersus is a commercial species with sexual dimorphism, in which females growing faster than males. This characteristic will generate that one goal in the coming breeding programs is controlling the sex ratio to encourage a female bias in the culture p [....] » Read More

Sandip Mitra, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Sandip Mitra, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Bangladesh

Intensive pond aquaculture production is increasing and playing major role in global aquaculture production especially in developing countries.  Empirical evidences show that the access to and exchange of fresh water in pond aquaculture systems is important for making pond p [....] » Read More

Priyanka Soni, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Priyanka Soni, University of Southern California, United States

The melanocortin system is a complex neuroendocrine signalling mechanism involved in numerous physiological processes in vertebrates, including pigmentation, steroidogenesis and metabolic control. In humans, five melanocortin receptors (MCR) have been cloned, identified and shown [....] » Read More

Corazon P Macachor, Speaker at Aquaculture Conference 2022
Oral Presentation
Corazon P Macachor, Cebu Technological University, Philippines

Entrepreneurship alleviates poverty in developing countries particularly in Cebu, Philippines as an outcome of an academe technology transfer and partnership.  This study optimized coconut water-infused bottled milkfish, protected the best formulation, transferred the patent [....] » Read More

R G I P Dewmini, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
R G I P Dewmini, Uva Wellassa University at Naawan, Sri Lanka

Body coloration is a major factor to determine the economic value of ornamental fish. Color fading is a major problem in the ornamental fish industry, especially in Cichlids. Artificial colorants can be enhanced the color, but have less effect on color retention.The best example [....] » Read More

M A Motalib Hossain, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
M A Motalib Hossain, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Mislabeling fish products is a crucial and growing issue concerning public health and economic concerns in the global fish business. Although DNA barcoding is an effective sequencing-based approach for identifying fish species adulteration, it is sometimes difficult to amplify PC [....] » Read More

Diana Judith Lopez Peraza, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Diana Judith Lopez Peraza, Autonomous University of Sinaloa, Mexico

Artemia is deficient in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), particularly in arachidonic (ARA, 20:4n-6), eicosapentaenoic (EPA, 20:5n-3), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, 22:6n-3). The aim of this study was to determine the optimal time in which the higher contents of PUFAs in juve [....] » Read More

Abinawanto A, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Oral Presentation
Abinawanto A, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia

Domesticated of fish widely distributed in Southeast Asia. The populations of fish in the wild has been decreasing due to the spawning difficulties and overfishing. Another factors like water pollution, and habitat degradation, are also threatening the fish populations. Therefore [....] » Read More

Hassen Allaya, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Hassen Allaya, University of Tunis-El Manar, Tunisia

The Atlantic chub mackerel Scomber colias (Gmelin, 1789) is one of the important fisheries resources in Tunisian waters. The best management of this resource needs the knowledgement of populations differentiation. Therefore, morphological  study including  13 morphometr [....] » Read More

Wen Miin Tian, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Oral Presentation
Wen Miin Tian, National Sun Yet-sen University, Taiwan

An acoustical-based procedure which incorporating truly synoptic measurements with quasicontinuous sampling of spatial-temporal fish information and benthic morphological characteristics was developed for observing, assessing, monitoring, and understanding aquatic ecosystems. In [....] » Read More

Prabha, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Poster Presentation
Prabha, Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, India

Biodiversity indices are important and promising tools in the assessment of fish assemblage. By applying structural and community indices, fishes can be designated on the basis of threat score, species diversity, area of distribution and evenness. This study implies various alpha [....] » Read More