World Aquaculture 15, May 27-30, Jeju Island, Korea.
Aquaculture for Healthy People, Planet and Profit
(SOUTH KOREA, 4/16/2015)
World Aquaculture 2015 will be held in Jeju Island – one of the leading flatfish production centres in the world. The rest of the growing aquaculture industry in Korea and the Asian Pacific region will also be represented.
A major international trade show at World Aquaculture 2015 is the place to learn about the latest in aquaculture, see the newest technology presented by exhibitors from around the world.
World Aquaculture 2015 will have a special Farmer’s Day with the latest in practical knowledge for aquaculture producers. (Photo Credit: AquaBioTech Group)
The theme for World Aquaculture 2015 in Jeju is ‘Aquaculture for Healthy People, Planet and Profit’ and is very relevant for an area which has a strong aquaculture industry, a population which has a high seafood consumption and is home to a natural UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Plenary speakers for the event have been chosen specifically to cover the theme in their presentations.
Aquaculture development replacing 250 meters of tidal flat in Gosmo Bay, South Korea. (Photo Credit: USGS)
Over 130 booths sold at the WA15 trade show. Contact [email protected] for more info on the trade show and sponsorship. You can register now online, and get your free entrance badge for this AquaForumin Jeju. You can use this badge the next free days to enter the World Aquaculture trade show (May 27-29). Find more details on the full conference registration, accommodation and farm tours on the www.was.org.
Since it’s beginning the membership in WAS has grown to more than 3,000 members in about 100 countries representing the global aquaculture community. In order to meet the expanding international nature of the Society and to address specific needs in various areas of the world, the WAS has created Chapters in the United States, Japan, Korea, Latin American and Caribbean region and the Asian-Pacific region.
WAS addresses specific needs in various areas of the world.
The WAS is associated with other aquaculture associations such as the Aquaculture Association of Canada, Aquaculture Association of South Africa, Aquaculture without Frontiers, Asian Fisheries Society, Brazilian Society of Aquaculture and Aquatic Biology, China Society of Fisheries, Egyptian Aquaculture Society, European Aquaculture Society, Indonesian Aquaculture Society, Korean Aquaculture Society, Malaysian Fisheries Society, Society of Aquaculture Professionals (India) and Spanish Society of Aquaculture.
Through its diverse membership and international networks, the WAS provides leadership for enhanced international communications, collaboration and information exchange. The World Aquaculture Society is a dynamic organization capable of responding to change and is recognized for its professional credibility in aquaculture science, technology and education.
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