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May 30, 2014

Vietnam

Proceedings of Biofloc Workshop

 

Dan Fegan (danfegan@yahoo.co.uk), owner of The Shrimp List (a mailing list for shrimp farmers), reports:

 

The following was sent to me to by Craig Browdy and Andrew Ray.  I am sure that it will be of interest to many people on the list—and it’s free!

 

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

 

It is my pleasure to announce that the Proceedings of the Biofloc Technology and Shrimp Disease Workshop are complete and available free of charge on the Aquacultural Engineering Society’s Biofloc and Shrimp Health Webpage.

 

The proceedings cover the details of the workshop that was held in Ho Chi Minh City on, December 9, 2013.  Please feel free to download the proceedings and pass the word along to others who may benefit from the information.

 

The table of contents of the proceedings can be found below.

 

Best Regards

 

Andrew Ray

 

 

Proceedings of the Biofloc and Shrimp Disease Workshop

Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

December 9, 2013

 

Chairs

Yoram Avnimlech and Hoang Tung

 

Organizing Committee

Yoram Avnimlech, Hoang Tung and Craig L. Browdy

 

Proceedings Editors

Craig L. Browdy, John Hargreaves, Hoang Tung and Yoram Avnimelech

 

 

 

Presentations

 

• Confirmation of the Infectious Nature of the Agent of Early Mortality Syndrome (Ems) Affecting Farmed Penaeid Shrimp in Mexico (Donald V. Lightner, Linda Nunan, Rita M. Redman, Leone L. Mohney, Carlos R. Pantoja and Loc Tran)

 

• Early Mortality Syndrome: Observations and Doubts (Victoria Alday-Sanz)

 

• Co-Infection in Shrimp and Its Meaning in Biofloc Systems (Phuoc L. H., Corteel M., Nauwynck H. J., Pensaert M. B., Alday-Sanz V., Van Den Broeck W.and Sorgeloos P., Bossier P.)

 

• A Review of Acute Hepatopancreatic Necrosis Syndrome Research in Vietnam (Dang Thi Hoang Oanh)

 

• Immune Mechanisms in Crustaceans (Kenneth Söderhäll)

 

• Evaluation of Immune Enhancement of Shrimp Grown In Biofloc Systems (In-Kwon Jang and Su-Kyoung Kim)

 

• The Effects of Bioflocs Grown on Different Carbon Sources on Shrimp Immune Response and Disease Resistance (Julie Ekasari, Muhammad Hanif Azhar, Enang Harris Surawidjaja, Peter De Schryver and Peter Bossier)

 

• Shrimp Biofloc Technologies, Feeds and Gut Health (Craig L. Browdy)

 

Is It Possible to Control the Bacterial Composition in Shrimp and Fish Ponds? (Stephen G. Newman)

 

High Performing Biofloc Systems Using Probiotics: The View From Asia and Latin America (Olivier Decamp, Marcos Santos, Hoa Nguyen Duy, Fauzan Bahri and Jaime Munoz Medina)

 

• The Use of a Biofloc Technology System with Probiotics to Limit Shrimp Vibrioses (Dariano Krummenauer, Luis Poersch, Luiz A. Romano, Gabriele R. Lara, Bárbara Hostins and Wilson Wasielesky Jr.)

 

• Probiotic Effects of Biofloc Technology: Depression of Tilapia Infection by Streptococcus (Yoram Avnimelech)

 

• Role of Selective Breeding in Biofloc Shrimp Production and Disease Mitigation (Shaun M. Moss, Dustin R. Moss, Clete A. Otoshi, Steve M. Arce and Donald V. Lightner)

 

• Effects of Tilapia in Controlling Acute Hepatopancreatic Necrosis Disease (Loc H. Tran, Kevin M. Fitzsimmons and Donald V. Lightner)

 

• Experience on Penaeus Monodon/Red Tilapia Co-Culture Using a Biofloc System (Boonsirm Withyachumnarnkul, Compoonut Gerdmusic, Teerapong Jutipongraksa, Padmaja J. Pradeep and Sage Chaiyapechara)

 

• Greenwater Technology for Shrimp Farming: Modes of Action (Marc C.J. Verdegem and Eleonor A. Tendencia)

 

• Biofloc: Past, Present and Future (Robins Mcintosh)

 

• Practical Measures for Shrimp Farming During an EMS Outbreak (Tung Hoang and Marc Le Poul)

 

• Shrimp Farming: Biofloc as Biosecurity? (Nyan Taw)

 

• Introduction to the Mixotrophic System: An Intensive Shrimp Farming Management Technology (Farshad Shishehchian)

 

Sources: 1. The Shrimp List (a mailing list for shrimp farmers).  Subject: Proceedings of Biofloc Technology and Shrimp Disease Workshop Now Available.  May 29, 2014. 2. The Webpage of the Aquaculture Engineering Society.  Website Visit on May 20, 2014.

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