Technological Advice for Aquaculture Activities

RESEARCH

The research group has a great deal of experience with a wide variety of culture species (freshwater and marine fish, shellfish, crustaceans and prey animals, cold water and tropical), as well as various culture systems.

SERVICES

The Aquaculture research group can provide scientific guidance in innovative as well as specialised and commercialised culture in mono and polyculture. In addition we can provide advice about good culture species, culture conditions, water purification, waste treatment, construction and professional aquaculture businesses.

CONTACT

Daan Delbare

REFERENCES

  • Verhaeghe, D., Delbare, D., Polet, H. 2011. Haalbaarheidstudie van geselecteerde passieve visserijmethodes en maricultuur in de omgeving van windmolenparken in de Noordzee (WINDMOLENS). Gefinancierd door Europees Visserij Fonds, België – VIS/09/A/03/Div: 150 pp.
  • Anonymous. 2011. Halosydne: sustainable and cost efficient production of marine microalgae for aquaculture (HALOSYDNE). O&O project mede gefinancierd door IWT – 80085.
  • De Muylder, E., Delbare, D. 2009. Utilisation of a biofloc reactor in hyperintensive production of shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei without water exchange. In: The Rising Tide: Proceedings of the Special Session on Sustainable Shrimp Farming, World Aquaculture 2009. Edited By: Craig L. Browdy and Darryl E. Jory. 26-29 september 2009 in Veracruz, Mexico. 316 pp.
  • Reconversie van varkensstal naar Vlaams Aquacultuurcentrum op het POVLT te Beitem (2007-2009).
  • Imsland, A.K., Foss, A., Conceição, L.E.C., Dinis, M.T., Delbare, D., Schram, E., Kamstra, A., Rema, P., Attack, T., White, P. 2005. Design and development of commercial scale farming technologies for sole – SOLEMATES. Project gefinancierd door de Europese Commissie - CRAFT Q5CR-2002-71039.
  • Imsland, A.K., Foss, A., Conceiçầo, Dinis, M.T., Delbare, D., Schram, E, Kamstra, A., Rema, P., White, P. 2004. A review of the culture potential of Solea solea and S. senegalensis. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 13: 379-407.