Presentations from the seminar "Supporting Sustainable Oyster Aquaculture for the Atlantic Region of Europe". London (UK), 3rd December 2013.
- New developments in genetic and hatchery technologies in flat oyster (Ostrea edulis). Pierre Boudry (Ifremer, France).
- Invasion genetics of the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) in the British Isles following its introduction for aquaculture production. Delphine Lallias (Bangor University, UK & Ifremer, France).
- Invasion of Portuguese oyster (Crassostrea angulata) beds by the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas): habitat specialization and hybridization. Frederico Batista (Ipma, Portugal).
- Environmental effects of the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) on native benthic communities. Phil Hollyman (Bangor University, UK).
- Modelling larval dispersal of Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) from Milford Haven, a case study. Jon King (Bangor University, UK).
Presentations from the seminar "The potential for wetland aquaculture; balancing economic development and conservation benefits". Seville (Spain), 30th October 2013.
The presentations are available in English (ENG), Spanish (ESP) and Portuguese (PT)
- Ecological processes involved at the base of the food web when using eco-friendly aquaculture practises (Pedro Cañavate - IFAPA). ENG - ESP - PT.
- Increasing profitability of marine production in earthen ponds: Integrated Multitrophic Aquaculture (Emilia Cunha - IPMA). ENG - ESP - PT.
- Producing high quality and healthy products using local resources (Ana Prieto - IFAPA El Toruño). ENG - ESP - PT.
- Management of earthen ponds for policulture and integrated multitrophic aquaculture (Pedro Pousão - IPMA). ENG - ESP - PT.
- Sustainable Production Methodologies. Veta la Palma farm in Doñana environment (Miguel Medialdea - Veta la Palma). ESP.
- Ecosystem services from wetlands created for eco-friendly aquaculture (Mark Walton - Bangor University). ENG - ESP - PT.
- Wetlands created by aquaculture: a case study of the eco-sensitive aquaculture of Veta la Palma and an assessment of the ecosystem services provided.
- Conservation aquaculture rearing techniques for the European smelt (Osmerus eperlanus) manual (April 2013).
- Aquaculture rearing techniques for the common cuttlefish Sepia officinalis and the Atlantic bobtail squid Sepiola atlantica.
SEAFARE in the media
- December 2013: SEAFARE London Seminar Brings Together Scientists and Oyster Industry Representatives.
- December 2012. SEAFARE Project Meeting in Dublin.
- October 2012. SEAFARE Project Delivers Promising Results.
- May 2012. La Rochelle Meeting Indicates Real Progress.
- October 2010. SEAFARE progresses at partner meeting during AE2010 in Porto
- August 2010. Seafare - Sustainable & environmentally friendly aquaculture for the Atlantic region of Europe
Atlantic Area Transnational Programme information
- Atlantic Area website