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Aquatic Species

OMICS International has published 53 Open Access Articles, 230 Conference Proceedings, 3 Upcoming Conferences, 1 Previous Conferences related to aquatic species.

Aquatic species or animal is an animal, either vertebrate or invertebrate, which lives in water for most or all of its life. It may breathe air or extract its oxygen from that dissolved in water through specialised organs called gills, or directly through its skin. Aquatic animals pertain to animals that live predominantly in different water forms, such as seas, oceans, rivers, lakes, ponds, etc. Examples of aquatic animals include fish, jellyfish, sharks, whales, octopus, barnacle, sea otters, crocodiles, crabs, dolphins, eels, rays, mussels, and so on. Aquatic plants, on the other hand, are plants found in those habitats, such as water hyacinth, water lettuce, water fern, duckweed, water lilies, and watergrass. And these habitats where aquatic animals and plants live on are referred to as aquatic habitats. Aquatic habitats may be freshwater, marine, or brackish water. Organisms possess morphological and anatomical adaptations that enable them to live and thrive in aquatic habitats . Aquatic animals that can move freely using their fins or tentalces, and other locomotory organelles to propel themselves in an aquatic medium. Movements, such as diving and swimming, are examples of an aquatic locomotion.

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Scope and Importance:

Since the aquatic hitchhiker issue first gained notoriety in the Great Lakes region, initial efforts to reduce the continued spread were centered in that area. However, subsequent research has indicated that aquatic nuisance species are a problem for many ports and inland waterways of the U.S. In 1996, Congress acted upon these finding and re-authorized the original federal legislation by enacting the National Invasive Species Act. This law expanded the scope of the issue beyond the Great Lakes and required the Coast Guard to establish national voluntary ballast water guidelines. In July of 1999, the National Voluntary Guidelines were implemented for all waters of the United States.As the issue has emerged and has become better understood by resource professionals, the impacts across are becoming more widely known. As a result, various regions have been identified as areas that are highly susceptible to aquatic hitchhikers.San Francisco Bay, a center of extensive international trade, hosts more than 210 introduced aquatic species. For nearly 150 years, this highly disturbed and vulnerable ecosystem has been exposed to continuous, large-scale introduction of non-native species through activities associated with commercial shipping and oyster farming. The importation of commercial oysters has allowed non-native species to hitchhike on the shells of oysters and packing materials shipped from the eastern U.S. coast and Japan. In the last decade, a new species has arrived about every 12 weeks.

Market Analysis:

In USA as aquaculture species or the farming of aquatic organisms continues to expand and intensify provisions for waste management become very important issues for both producers and environmental regulatory officials. There are a number of types of aquaculture and their environmental impacts are highly varied. For example intensive culture of finfish in tanks or netpens requires the addition of prepared feeds, with attendant waste management problems, but in Europe culture of filter feeding bivalve mollusks or seaweeds may actually cleanse or remove nutrients from effluent waters. A proper waste management plan is needed to maintain the legality, profitability and environmental soundness of any aquaculture facility. Middle East Typical wastes from an aquaculture facility may include feces and nutrients from excretion by aquatic animals, as well as uneaten feeds and chemicals such as therapeutant and cleanser residues. Aquaculture species involves in a significant discharge of waste into lakes, rivers, estuaries or any other receiving waters it may cause adverse environmental impacts. In order to prevent these adverse impacts from occurring, regulations on discharges into receiving waters have been or are in the process of being established. In Asia most cases, aquaculture facilities are not given permits unless there is a waste management plan that meets applicable local, state and federal environmental regulations. The intent of this fact sheet is to: a) describe the waste effluents produced by aquaculture facilities, b) to serve as a guide for water quality regulators and aquaculturists interested in discharge permitting, and c) to provide information for using dilution models in freshwater and coastal water bodies.

List of Best International Conferences:

3rd Aquaculture Conference , September 29-October 1, 2016, London, UK
2nd Aquaculture Conference , July 11-13, 2016 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Food Preservation Conference, March 31-April 01, 2016, Atlanta, USA
Plant Science Conference, October 31-November 02, 2016, Baltimore, USA
8th Global Food Processing Conference, November 09-11, 2015, Dubai, UAE
7th Food and Beverages Conference, October 08-10, 2015 New Delhi, India
9th Food and Beverages Conference, July 11-13, 2016, Cologne, Germany
2nd Food Safety and Regulatory Measures Conference, June 06-08, 2016, London, UK
5th Agriculture Conference, June 27-29, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa
Food Microbiology Conference, August 08-10, 2016, Birmingham, UK
5th Probiotics, Functional and Baby Foods Conference, September 26-28, 2016, USA
12th Food Processing and Technology Conference October 24-26, 2016, Turkey
3rd Oceanography Conference, July 18-20, 2016, Brisbane, Australia
Aquaculture 2016, Las Vegas, USA
Aquaculture Europe 2016, Edinburgh, UK
World Aquaculture 2016, Surabaya, Indonesia
ICFAEST 2016: 18th International Conference on Fisheries, Aquaculture Economics and Seafood Trade , Prague, Czech Republic
Aquaculture UK 2016, Scotland, UK
VIV MEA 2016, Abu Dhabi, Dubai
Seafood Expo North America 2016, Boston, USA
5th Global Feed and Food Congress (GFFC), Antalya, Turkey
ILDEX Vietnam Aquaculture Conference 2016, Ho chi Minh, Vietnam
Middle East Aquaculture Forum 2016, Izmir, Turkey
The 2nd Fisheries and Aquaculture Conference (FAC 2016), Xian, China
2nd International Conference of Fish and Shellfish Immunology, Maine, USA
International Conference on Marine Science and Aquaculture 2016, Sabah, Malaysia
Second International Conference on Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Aquaculture 2015, Colombo, Sri Lanka
EcoSummit 2016, Montpellier, France
Asian Fish Expo2016, Bangkok, Thailand
AquaVision 2016, Bangkok, Thailand
2016 NCR/WAA Aquaculture Conference, Wisconsin, USA

Relevant Societies:

1. Acquacoltura, Europe
2. American Fisheries Society, USA
3. Asian Fisheries Society, Singapore
4. American Tilapia Association, USA
5. Aqua Biotechnology, USA
6. Aquaculture Association of Canada, Canada
7. Aquaculture Development Program, UK
8. Aquaculture Engineering Society, China
9. Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, USA
10. California Aquaculture Association, USA
11. Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance, Canada
12. Canarian Association of Fish Farmers, Canada
13. China Society of Fisheries, China
14. Dutch Aquaculture Society, Netherlands
15. European Aquaculture Society, Spain
16. European Association of Fish Pathologists, Spain
17. Food and Agriculture Organisation - Fisheries, Italy
18. Federation of European Aquaculture Producers, Turkey
19. Global Aquaculture Alliance, USA
20. International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, Thailand


2. Americulture Inc, USA
3. Atlantis Aquacultura, USA
4. Aqua Bounty Farms, USA
5. Aquaculture Supply, USA
6. Aqualider, Brazil
7. Aquasafra, Inc, USA
8. Aquaseed, USA
9. Aquavet, Spain
10. Arvo-Kala, USA
11. ASICo (Aquatic Stock Improvement Co., LLC), USA
12. Bluewater Aquaculture, Canada
13. Ceatech, USA
14. El Rosario S.A, france
15. GenoMar, Germany
16. Gramacan, Spain
17. GrupoGranjas Marinas S.A., Greece
18. High Health Aquaculture Inc.
19. Inland Seafarm (Reed Mariculture Inc.), Indonesia
20. Island Scallops, Canada

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