Presentations from the conference, ‘Aquaponics Research Matters’

The presentations from the conference, ‘Aquaponics Research Matters’ held at the University of Ljubljana for EU Aquaponics Hub Cost action:

  1. Setting up and operating an aquaponics farm in Europe: how research could better cater for the needs of SMEs – Agnes Joly
  2. Biocontrol in aquaponic systems: Toward a better characterization of microbiota properties – Gilles Stouvenakers
  3. Aquaponics in Europe: Who is Who? – Morris Villaroel
  4. Aquaponics development in Iceland – Dr. Ragnheidur I. Thorarinsdottir
  5. Three-loop Aquaponics Systems – Simon Goddek
  6. Challenges and opportunities in Aquaponics – solids control – Rob Van de Ven
  7. From seaweed to samphire – what works for maraponics? – Gavin Burnell Daryl Gunning
  8. Plant and Fishing Farming BOX : review and perspective after 3 years of operation – B. Delaide, P.E. Lambrechts, S. Goddek, N. Hanocq, G. Delhaye, J. Gott and M.H. Jijakli
  9. Comparison of different nutrient management in hydroponic and aquaponic systems – effect on lettuce, mint and mushrooms – Nozzi Valentina, Graber Andreas, Mathis Alex, Schmautz Zala, Junge Ranka
  10. Aquaponics research at ZHAW, Switzerland: past, present, future – Ranka Junge, Andreas Graber, Alex Mathis, Zala Schmautz
  11. FIRST RESULTS OF A SEMI-PRACTICE COMBINATION OF TOMATO AND FISH GROWTH  – Peter Bleyaert
  12. Aquaponics in South America: State of art and perspectives Dr. Maurício G. C. Emerenciano
  13. Plant production capacity and nutrient mass balance in the PAFF Box, an urban aquaponics module: Preliminary findings (And its place in human geography research.) James Gott
  14. SUSTAINABLE AQUAPONICS IN SOUTH AFRICA HOBBY OR COMMERCIAL REALITY? Henk Stander
  15. Aquaponic research at University Rostock (Fac. Agricultural and Environmental Sciences) Europäischer Fischereifonds Harry W. Palm U.Knaus & S. Strauch

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