Aquaculture and the Environment


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  • Certificate
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  • 30 hours of study

Study the interactions between aquaculture and the environment.
Suitable for: Students of biology and environmental sciences. graduates and workers of related fields.

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· Requirements

No formal requirements, but previous knowledge of biology and environment at college level is recommended.

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Julio López Alvarado
Julio López Alvarado
Programme Director

B.Sc. Univ. Las Palmas, Spain, 1987. M.Sc. Univ. Stirling, Scotland 1990. Ph.D. Kagoshima University, Japan, 1995. Master in Q Management. UNED, Spain 2011.

Course programme

This course is devoted to the interaction between aquaculture practices and the environment, in particular: Guide B: Introduced Marine SpeciesGuide C: Capture of Wild Stocks for Aquaculture NeedsGuide D: Feed IngredientsGuide E: Organic Matter in the EffluentsGuide F: Pathogen TransferGuide G: Therapeutic and other ProductsGuide H: Antifouling ProductsGuide I: Effects on Local Flora and FaunaGuide A: Domestication

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Payment options: You may download this course for free. If you want to get certified, you may also purchase the Study Guide, do the assessment, and get the course certificate.

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