SUCCESS Strategic Use of Competitiveness towards Consolidating the Economic Sustainability of the european Seafood sector
SUCCESSStrategic Use of Competitiveness towards Consolidating the Economic Sustainability of the european Seafood sector 

October 17-20, 2017 - Dubrovnik (Croatia)

 

 

What is Aquaculture Europe 17 ?

Organized by the European Aquaculture Society, Aquaculture Europe is an annual event. It is a focal point for meetings of EU Project Consortia and offers an important platform for the discussion of the latest scientific research results in aquaculture.

Aquaculture Europe 2017 focuss on cooperation for growth,

 

SUCCESS at Aquaculture Europe 2017

SUCCESS partners were at Aquaculture Europe 2017 and made several presentations:

  • SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT OF THE ARCTIC CHAR (Salvelinus alpinus) VALUE CHAIN: A CASE STUDY IN ICELAND - Gudrun Olafsdottir, Asgeir Heimisson, Sigurdur G. Bogason, Ragnar Arnason
  • CONSUMER PERCEPTIONS ABOUT FARMED FISH IN FRANCE - Catherine Mariojouls, Claudio Pirrone, Estelle Masson, Fabienne Daurès, Bertrand Le Gallic, Yvonne Feucht
  • KEY ECONOMIC DRIVERS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF TYPICAL CARP FARMS IN POLAND: A CASE STUDY OF THE BARYCZ VALLE - Marcin Rakowski, Adam Mytlewski, Iwona Psuty
  • PRODUCT ECO AND QUALITY LABELLING AND CERTIFICATION IN THE EUROPEAN FISH AND SEAFOOD INDUSTRY: AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS - José L. Fernández Sánchez, José M. Fernández Polanco, Ignacio Llorente García, Elisa Baraibar Diez, María D. Odriozola Zamanillo, Ladislao Luna Sotorrío

 

More information on event available on the European aquaculture society website.

Presentation supports

Aquaculture Europe 2017 - Consumer perceptions about farmed fish in Europe
Mariojouls, Pirrone, Masson, Daurès, Le Gallic, Feucht
posterEAS_2017-Mariojouls-et-al.pdf
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Poster - Aquaculture Europe 2017 - Sustainability assessment of the artic char (Salvelinus alpinus) value chain: a case study in Iceland
Gudrun Olafsdottir, Asgeir Heimisson, Sigurdur G. Bogason, Ragnar Arnason
EAS2017- Arctic Char_Gudrun-1.pdf
Document Adobe Acrobat [965.3 KB]
Abstract - Aquaculture Europe 2017 - Sustainability assessment of the artic char (Salvelinus alpinus) value chain: a case study in Iceland
Gudrun Olafsdottir, Asgeir Heimisson, Sigurdur G. Bogason, Ragnar Arnason
Sustainability assessment of Arctic char[...]
Document Adobe Acrobat [363.0 KB]
PPT - Aquaculture Europe 2017 - Product eco and quality labelling and certifcation in the European fish and seafood industry: an exploratory analysis
Prof. Dr. José L. Fernández Sánchez*, Prof. Dr. José M. Fernández Polanco, Prof. Dr. Ignacio Llorente, Prof. Dra. Elisa Baraibar Diez, Prof. Dra. María D. Odriozola Zamanillo, Prof. Dr. Ladislao Luna Sotorrío
JLFernandezSanchez_ProductQualityConsume[...]
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SUCCESS is a H2020 Research and Innovation Project (2015-2018)

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“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 635188”