The production, integrated management, and comprehensive use of aquaculture, agriculture, and livestock, with an emphasis on aquaculture, are referred to as integrated fish farming systems. One of the best examples of mixed farming is Integrated Fish Farming. The simultaneous culture of fish or shellfish with other culture methods is referred to as integrated fish farming. It can also be defined as the link between two or more culture practices in a sequential order. This type of farming method, which is largely found in Asian countries in various forms, is one of the most essential ecologically balanced and sustainable technologies. For optimum resource utilization, fish culture can be integrated with a variety of systems. Aquaculture coupled with livestock or crop production provides high-quality protein food, resource utilization, agricultural waste recycling, job creation, and economic development.
Title : Industry teams-up with educators to develop classroom urban, indoor, and innovative farming
J L Giovanna Hesley, Basis Tucson Primary, Tucson, United States
Title : Role of artificial intelligence and remote sensing to control aquatic pollution and toxicology through physicochemical and spectroscopic methods by using catalytic oxidants & develop Aquatic- Climate Prediction Models (ACPM).
Virendra Goswami, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) & ‘Environment and Peace Foundation, India
Title : Impacts of climate changes and adaptation measures of local people in central highlands of vietnam
Tran Huu Nghi, The Centre for Tropical Forest Research Vietnam, Vietnam
Title : Can tilapia become the main fish animal protein to feed billions in global scenarios amid crisis: trade perspectives
Amod Ashok Salgaonkar, A2S2 Enterprises, India
Title : When sustainable aquaculture comes to the rescue of environmental preservation: Concrete actions of marine ecological restoration on the french coasts (mediterranean sea)
Sylvia Agostini, University of Corsica, France
Title : Biology and conservation of mexican podostemaceae
Margarita Collazo Ortega, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico