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

Introduction of the INTEGRATE project online training material

Lars Brunner, Support Scientist at The Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), introducing the project’s online training material.

WP 3 IMTA Training course 2018. Introduction to Atlantic Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture

Unit 1. Introduction to Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture

1.1 Introduction to IMTA by Dr Adam Hughes -Part 1.

1.2 Introduction to IMTA by Dr Adam Hughes -Part 2.

1.3 Introduction to IMTA by Dr Adam Hughes -Part 3.

 

Unit 2. IMTA in practice

2.1 Near shore Atlantic IMTA in Loch Fyne, Scotland

2.2 Land-based Atlantic IMTA in the south-west of Spain

2.3 Definitions, characteristics and possibilities of land-based IMTA in the southern European Atlantic Area

  1. Presentation slides
  2. Pdf with more detailed explanation of the slides in the presentation

2.4 Land-based Atlantic IMTA in the north of Portugal

 

Unit 3. The role of seaweed in Atlantic IMTA systems

3.1 The role of seaweed in Atlantic IMTA systems -PowerPoint presentation

3.2 The role of seaweed in Atlantic IMTA systems -PREZI presentation

 

Unit 4. Portuguese students’ hands-on experience with IMTA at IPMA

4.1 Introduction to the assignment

4.2 Student’s short film on IMTA

 

Unit 5. Issues and constraints facing IMTA

5.1 Development of Integrate Multi-Trophic Aquaculture, Issues and Constraints in the Atlantic Area