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Imron, M.F. (author), Hestianingsi, Wa Ode Ayu (author), Putranto, Trisnadi Widyaleksono Catur (author), Citrasari, Nita (author), Abdullah, Siti Rozaimah Sheikh (author), Hasan, Hassimi Abu (author), Kurniawan, Setyo Budi (author)
Increasing aquaculture cultivation produces large quantities of wastewater. If not handled properly, it can have negative impacts on the environment. Constructed wetlands (CWs) are one of the phytoremediation methods that can be applied to treat aquaculture effluent. This research was aimed at determining the performance of Cyperus rotundus...
journal article 2024
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Schutter, Miriam (author), ter Hofstede, R. (author), Bloemberg, Joost (author), Elzinga, Jesper (author), van Koningsveld, M. (author), Osinga, Ronald (author)
Acropora palmata is one of the major reef-building coral species in the Caribbean. The species has suffered drastic declines in abundance and sexual recruitment over the past decades. One method for active rehabilitation of A. palmata reefs is by assisting the production of sexual recruits under controlled lab conditions. Within this study,...
journal article 2023
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Santjer, R. (author), Mares Nasarre, P. (author), El Serafy, G.Y.H. (author), Morales Napoles, O. (author)
Aquaculture is gaining importance in the current context of continuous growth population as a source of (local) food resources and its potential of being combined with other uses at sea (e.g.: offshore energy production or tourism). Consequently, within the European Horizon 2020 project UNITED, the combination of mussel and seaweed cultivation...
conference paper 2023
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Rousou, Maria (author), Langeneck, Joachim (author), Apserou, Chara (author), Arvanitidis, Christos (author), Charalambous, Stephanos (author), Chrysanthou, Kyproula (author), Constantinides, George (author), Dimitriou, Panagiotis D. (author), García Gómez, Sergio Carlos (author), Hadjieftychiou, Soteria Irene (author), Katsiaras, Nikolaos (author), Kleitou, Periklis (author), Kletou, Demetris (author), Küpper, Frithjof C. (author), Louizidou, Paraskevi (author), Martins, Roberto (author), Moraitis, Manos L. (author), Papageorgiou, Nafsika (author), Papatheodoulou, Magdalene (author), Petrou, Antonis (author), Xevgenos, Dimitris (author), Vasiliades, Lavrentios (author), Voultsiadou, Eleni (author), Chintiroglou, Chariton Charles (author), Castelli, Alberto (author)
The diversity and distribution of polychaetes in the coastal area and the EEZ of the Republic of Cyprus is presented based on both the literature records and new data acquired in a wide range of environmental monitoring programmes and research projects. A total of 585 polychaete species belonging to 49 families were reported in Cyprus waters;...
journal article 2023
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van Bijsterveldt, Celine E.J. (author), Debrot, Adolphe O. (author), Bouma, Tjeerd J. (author), Maulana, Moch B. (author), Pribadi, Rudhi (author), Schop, Jessica (author), Tonneijck, Femke H. (author), van Wesenbeeck, B (author)
Global change processes such as sea level rise and the increasing frequency of severe storms threaten many coastlines around the world and trigger the need for interventions to make these often densely-populated areas safer. Mangroves could be implemented in Nature-Based Flood Defense, provided that we know how to conserve and restore these...
journal article 2022
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Herreros Cantis, Ana (author)
This contribution envisions a new land-based aquaponic shrimp farm that replaces the practice of traditional fishing, reflecting on the planet extinction of marine species. It is sited next to the existing Borth salt mine located in Rheinberg, North Rhine-Westphali, Germany.
master thesis 2022
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Phan, M.H. (author), Stive, M.J.F. (author)
Mangroves play an important role in sustaining a healthy coastal environment, providing a natural habitat to various species, a stable shoreline and forestry products. However, the extent of mangroves developed along the tidal coast of the Mekong delta in southern Vietnam has faced and still faces the impact from both natural and...
journal article 2022
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Vasquez Cardenas, D. (author), Hidalgo-Martinez, Silvia (author), Hulst, Lucas (author), Thorleifsdottir, Thorgerdur (author), Helgason, Gudmundur Vidir (author), Eiriksson, Thorleifur (author), Geelhoed, Jeanine S. (author), Agustsson, Thorleifur (author), Meysman, F.J.R. (author)
Fish farming in sea cages is a growing component of the global food industry. A prominent ecosystem impact of this industry is the increase in the downward flux of organic matter, which stimulates anaerobic mineralization and sulfide production in underlying sediments. When free sulfide is released to the overlying water, this can have a...
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van Ham, Sebastiaan (author), Zijlstra, Kije (author), van Hulten, Chris (author), Laghmouchi, Kamal (author), Verschuyl, Paulien (author), Jagt, Milan (author)
The use of the North Sea has transitioned into an intensely used industrial area, with the climate agreement as a driving force. The Paris agreement demands countries to change their main energy resources from oil, coal and gas to renewable resources such as wind. The Dutch government chose to use the space offshore for the development of wind...
student report 2020
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Shettigar, Nithin Achutha (author), Bhattacharya, Biswa (author), Mészáros, L. (author), Spinosa, A. (author), El Serafy, G.Y.H. (author)
During the past decades, the aquaculture industry has developed rapidly, due to drop in wild fish catch. Water quality variables play major role in aquaculture operations, specifically seawater temperature has major impact on the metabolism of the fish species and therefore on the growth rate too. Since the fish farming business relies on the...
journal article 2020
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van Bijsterveldt, Celine E.J. (author), van Wesenbeeck, B (author), van der Wal, Daphne (author), Afiati, Norma (author), Pribadi, Rudhi (author), Brown, Benjamin (author), Bouma, Tjeerd J. (author)
Globally, erosion of muddy tropical coasts that are dominated by aquaculture ponds, is an increasing problem. Restoration of mangrove greenbelts may counteract such erosion, by restoring the sediment balance. Hence, we aim to unravel the processes controlling natural mangrove regeneration in both “landward” (i.e., into aquaculture ponds) and...
journal article 2020
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Doropoulos, Christopher (author), Vons, F.J. (author), Elzinga, Jesper (author), ter Hofstede, Remment (author), Salee, Kinam (author), van Koningsveld, M. (author), Babcock, Russell C. (author)
Accelerating the recovery of marine coastal ecosystems is a global challenge that has been attempted on many systems around the world. Restoration efforts have shown varying levels of success at localized-scales, but developing techniques for large-scale application are still in their nascent stage for many systems. For seagrass meadows and...
journal article 2019
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Lim, Sungsoo (author)
More and more aquaculture structures are installed in open water and further offshore due to the fact that a variety of conflicts have arisen with coastal water, eco-system, and inhabitants who live nearby. They can additionally benefit from a high energy environment, for example, strong currents and waves could disperse fish farm waste. However...
master thesis 2019
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Verschoof, Steyn (author)
Multi-use of offshore platforms is a long-term research challenge which aims to combine food and energy production at sea. Research in this field is in its infancy, literature is scarce and without much cross-referencing. The aim of this thesis has been to develop a coherent set of recommendations for the further development of multi-use...
master thesis 2018
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Farmazon, Alexandra (author)
Reversed risk<br/>With more than 80% of Thames River banks transformed into concrete storm walls, with the Thames Barrier in place since the 70s, the dynamic tidal force is persistently causing storm surge flooding and flash floods throughout London’s dense urban areas, putting the UK coastline as a priority area among the North Sea adjoined...
master thesis 2018
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Hamilton, Kerry A. (author), Chen, Arlene (author), de-Graft Johnson, Emmanuel (author), Gitter, Anna (author), Kozak, Sonya (author), Niquice, Celma (author), Zimmer-Faust, Amity G. (author), Weir, Mark H. (author), Mitchell, Jade (author), Gurian, Patrick L. (author)
The use of aquaculture is increasing to meet the growing global demand for seafood. However, the use of aquaculture for seafood production incurs potential human health risks, especially from enteric bacteria such as Salmonella spp. Salmonella spp. was the most frequently reported cause of outbreaks associated with crustaceans from 1998 to 2004....
journal article 2018
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Berka, Jirka (author)
Abstract – The presented study focusses on the current situation of the European flat oyster (i.e., Ostrea edulis) within an ecosystem, its development and decline during past centuries and the habitat conditions nescacary to survive. Among these conditions substrate quality proofed to be an important factor for the colonization of oyster larvae...
master thesis 2017
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Zhang, X. (author)
doctoral thesis 2014
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Almeida Rodrigues, H. (author)
Brazil has an emergent economy, large fresh water resources and is a leading country in food export in several products. While the aquaculture industry has an enormous potential, its production figures are still low when compared to industries such as the meat one. The structural challenges for the sector development can be seen as three types,...
master thesis 2013
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Flikweert, D.C. (author)
In the Southwest Delta are the main assignments flood defence, freshwater supply, ecology and fragmentation of the urban delta. This fragmentation occurred because urban regions developed on the edge of the estuarine landscape of Rhine, Meuse and Scheldt. The characterless in between landscapes are disturbing the relation between urban regions...
master thesis 2013
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