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Second Symposium on Welfare in Aquaculture #SWELA2020

Operational Welfare Indicators (OWI) for farmed Fish

Thursday, 26 November 2020 - free online webinar

AGENDA
10:00AM
10:40AM
11:00AM
Indicators of welfare status for cultured fish
Prof. Lluis Tort
OWI for salmon
Dr Lars Helge Stien
OWI for lumpfish
Carolina Gutierrez-Rabadan
11:30AM
OWI for tilapia
Dr Sonia Rey-Planellas
11:50AM
OWI for sea bream and sea bass
Prof. Michalis Pavlidis
12:10AM
Innovation on OWI using sensors
Dr Sofia Teixeira
12:30AM
Closing remarks
11:20AM
Short Break
09:45AM
Welcome to the Second Symposium on Welfare in Aquaculture: Operational Welfare Indicators (OWI) for Fish
Prof. Carlos Garcia de Leaniz

Swansea University in collaboration with The University of Crete’s, Department of Biology presents

webinar

             TALKS

November 26 2020 09:45AM (WET)

Convenors
Prof. Carlos Garcia de Leaniz and Dr Sara Barrento
Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research (CSAR), Swansea University, UK
Prof. Michalis Pavlidis
Department of Biology, University of Crete, Greece
 
SPEAKERS
Prof. Lluis Tort
Dpt. Cell Biology, Physiology & Immunology. Univ. Autonoma Barcelona
Dr Lars Helge Stien
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Carolina Gutierrez-Rabadan
 Swansea University, UK
Dr Sonia Rey-Planellas
University of Stirling, UK
Prof. Michalis Pavlidis
University of Crete, Greece
Dr Sofia Teixeira
Tyndall National Institute, Ireland
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REGISTER
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AGENDA
WESTERN European Time (WET)
10:00AM
10:40AM
11:00AM
Indicators of welfare status for cultured fish
Prof. Lluis Tort
OWI for salmon
Dr Lars Helge Stien
OWI for lumpfish
Carolina Gutierrez-Rabadan
11:30AM
OWI for tilapia
Dr Sonia Rey-Planellas
11:50AM
OWI for sea bream and sea bass
Prof. Michalis Pavlidis
12:10AM
Innovation on OWI using sensors
Dr Sofia Teixeira
12:30AM
Closing remarks
11:20AM
Short Break
09:45AM
Welcome to the Second Symposium on Welfare in Aquaculture: Operational Welfare Indicators (OWI) for Fish
Prof. Carlos Garcia de Leaniz
University of Crete
Department of Biology, Greece
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