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