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At the World Aquaculture Society Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (February 15, 2006), a special, all-day session brought people from around the world together to discuss bio-floc shrimp farming. They formed a working group within WAS to facilitate communications among interested parties, gave the technology its name--"bio-floc" aquaculture--and established a home for the group at the Agricultural Engineering Society's website (http://www.aesweb.org/starter.htm, click on Bio-Floc Workgroup in the left hand column).

Dr. Yoram Avnimelech has taken the lead in the bio-floc aquaculture movement. Yoram is head of the Sea of Galilee Water Shed Research Unit (Israel), Chief Scientist of the Israeli Ministry of the Environment, and Dean of the Department of Agricultural Engineering at Technion (the Israel Institute of Technology), where he holds the Samuel Gorney Chair. He has done consulting work in Israel, the United States, South America, Australia and Thailand and has been a visiting professor in various countries, including Belgium, the United States, Australia and the Netherlands. He has published more than a hundred papers in refereed journals, edited four books and trained many graduate students.

Yoram is putting together the program for the bio-floc session at the WAS meeting in San Antonio, Texas, USA, scheduled for Wednesday, February 28, 2007. Here's the tentative program. Both the morning and afternoon sessions will be followed by discussions.


Morning Session

Bio-Floc Technology: Microbial Re-Use Systems (Yoram Avnimelech)

Management of Nitrogen Cycling and Microbial Populations in Bio-Floc-Based Aquaculture Systems (Peter Van Wyk and Yoram Avnimelech)

Roselien Crab Added Value of Microbial Life in Flocs (Willy Verstraete, P. De Schryver and Tom Defoirdt)

Nutritional Issues of Floc (A. Tacon, S. Zimmerman, F. Huerta, H. Zambrano and L. Conquest)

Impact of Carbon/Nitrogen Balance and Modeling of the Nitrogen Removal Processes in Microbial-Based Aquaculture Systems (James M. Ebeling and Michael B. Timmons)


Afternoon Session

Biological Treatment of Wastewaters to Generate Microbial Flocs for Shrimp Culture (Sebastian Eixler and Hans-Peter Grossart)

Microbial Aggregation in Natural Systems: Basic Processes and Practical Implications (D.D. Kuhn, G.D. Boardman, S.R. Craig, E. McLean and G.J. Flick)

Effect of Solids Concentration on Performance of Indoor Bio-Floc Mesocosms (John A. Hargreaves and David Wong)

Algal/Bacterial Sedimentation, Degradation and Denitrification Rates in Suspended Culture Aquaculture Systems (David Brune)

Bio-Floc Dynamics in Super-intensive Shrimp Raceways: The Good the Bad and the Ugly (John Leffler, Heidi Atwood, Brad McAbee, Patrick Brown, Steve Morton, Susan Wilde and Craig Browdy)

Open Pond Production at High Densities (100-150 Pls/Cubic Meter/Cycle) with Bio-Floc Zero Exchange Systems (Rod McNeil)

Production of Marketable Size Penaeus vannamei in Greenhouse-Enclosed Raceways Operated with Limited Water Discharge (John J. Austin, Tzachi M. Samocha, Susmita Patnaik, Tim C. Morris and Yin Yiu)

Fish Waste Management by Conversion into Heterotrophic Bacteria Biomass (Oliver Schneider, Vasiliki Sereti, E.H. Eding and Johan Verreth)

Probiotic Effects of Bio-Floc Technology (Yoram Avnimelech and I. Bezerano)

Information: Yoram Avnimelech, Professor (Emeritus), Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Haifa, 32000 Israel (phone 972-3-7522406, fax 972-3-6131669, email agyoram@tx.technion.ac.il).

Information: John Cooksey, World Aquaculture Conference Management, P.O. Box 2302, Valley Center, CA 92082 USA (phone 760-751-5005, fax 760-751-5003, email worldaqua@aol.com, webpage www.was.org).

Source: Email and attachments from Yoram Avnimelech on November 8, 2006.


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