INTEGRATE fosters cooperation for industrial transition towards Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) in the Atlantic Area

IMTA Training material: Student technical reports and presentations by Agrocampus Ouest

Here below you will find a series of student technical reports examining different IMTA systems, each with a technical summary followed by a presentation delving further into the concept:

INTEGRATE technical summary Agrocampus Ouest: IMTA systems in the open sea
INTEGRATE presentation Agrocampus Ouest: IMTA systems in the open sea

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INTEGRATE technical summary Agrocampus Ouest: Integrated marine recirculated IMTA systems
INTEGRATE presentation Agrocampus Ouest: Integrated marine recirculated IMTA systems

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INTEGRATE technical summary Agrocampus Ouest: Freshwater IMTA systems
INTEGRATE presentation Agrocampus Ouest: Freshwater IMTA systems

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INTEGRATE technical summary Agrocampus Ouest: Aquaponic IMTA systems
INTEGRATE presentation Agrocampus Ouest: Aquaponic IMTA systems

 

 

IMTA Training material: the INTEGRATE IMTA interviews by The Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS)

Below you will find a series of interviews with INTEGRATE partners examining their thoughts about the current state of IMTA in their countries, and the challenges facing development in the near future:

 

IMTA Training material: Ecological Intensification of Aquaculture by the Portuguese Institute of the Sea and the Atmosphere (IPMA)

In Portuguese, this presentation prepared by Emilia Cunha looks at the Ecological Intensification of Aquaculture, and how IMTA may influence it, and was presented to the ‘Jornadas do Mar’ seminar in late 2019:

INTEGRATE Presentation IPMA: Ecological Intensification of Aquaculture

 

IMTA Training material: Seaweed Guide in IMTA and Sustainable Aquaculture by the Algae Technology and Innovation Centre (CEVA)

CEVA present a guide to seaweeds and their use in IMTA and sustainable aquaculture – a presentation looking at practical ways that seaweed can be incorporated into IMTA culture:

INTEGRATE Guide CEVA: IMTA – A Sustainable Solution for Seaweed Aquaculture

IMTA Training material: Guiding expert knowledge by the Andalusian Aquaculture Technology Centre (CTAQUA)

In the second part of their teaching material, CTAQUA look at methods for identifying best-practice in IMTA in southern Spain and Portugal through analysis of existing land-based aquaculture set ups:

INTEGRATE Guide CTAQUA: Examples from land-based IMTA in southern Spain and Portugal

IMTA Training material: Factsheets by the Irish Seaweed Consultancy (ISC) and the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG)

The following 2 factsheets developed by the Irish Seaweed Consultancy (ISC) provide a summary of the current status of cultivation research in selected red and green seaweeds across the Atlantic Area:

INTEGRATE ISC Factsheet 1: Seaweed Aquaculture in the Atlantic Area: Red Seaweeds (Rhodophyceae)
INTEGRATE ISC Factsheet 2: Seaweed Aquaculture in the Atlantic Area: Green Seaweeds (Chlorophyceae) and Brown Seaweeds (Phaeophyceae)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following 3 factsheets, developed by the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG), describe the general principles involved in the design, establishment and managing of IMTA recirculation systems:

INTEGRATE NUIG Factsheet 1: General Introduction to IMTA in Recirculating Systems
INTEGRATE NUIG Factsheet 2: Establishing a Recirculating IMTA System
INTEGRATE NUIG Factsheet 3: Managing a Pilot-Scale Recirculating IMTA System