Capacity building and expert training in the frame of the Constanta Shellfish Aquaculture Demonstrative Center
Keywords: mariculture, shellfish, technologies, legislation, training
AbstractSince 2012, at the first meeting of the GFCM Black Sea Working Group (WGBS), it was concluded that mariculture is a development priority for the Black Sea region. The main features identified, namely a heterogeneous development in the various regions of the Black Sea (Turkey vs. Bulgaria vs. Romania), constraints related to environmental factors (climate, salinity, exposed coastline, no sheltered areas), difficulties in integrating mariculture with other uses of the marine and coastal environment (transport, tourism etc.), the need to implement an appropriate legislative framework with clear certification procedures for marine aquaculture products, all call for immediate attention and focused research.
How to Cite
Niță, V., Theodorou, J., Nicolaev, S., Maximov, V., & Nenciu, M.-I. (2018). Capacity building and expert training in the frame of the Constanta Shellfish Aquaculture Demonstrative Center. Revista Cercetări Marine - Revue Recherches Marines - Marine Research Journal, 48(1), 92-99. https://doi.org/10.55268/CM.2018.48.92
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