محمد شهاب- المزارع السمكية Mohamed Shihab -Aquacultures

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Biosecurity officer

To become a biosecurity officer you usually need a Bachelor's degree in botany or zoology. A Master's degree in biosecurity, ecological science or environmental science is often preferred. You also need to have a current driver's licence.

Phillipine

Local farmers, Municipal Agriculture Officers, and businessmen of Rizal province recently attended Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-Rizal’s Investment Opportunity Forum on the fish called pangasius Antipolo City. Romy Pol of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources – National Inland Fisheries Training Center briefed the attendees on the characteristics and history of pangasius.

Also present during the forum were former Rizal governor Rebecca “Nini” Ynares, Provincial Agriculture Officer Dr. Reynaldo Bonita and PIAR President Orlando Rico.

South Africa:

 veterinary officers, aquaculture officers and aquaculture professionals participated in a 5-days OIE advanced training course on diseases of finfish, hosted by the Department of Ichtyology and Fisheries Diseases of Rhodes University in Grahamstown (Eastern Cape), South Africa from September 19 – 23, 2011. The training seminar was facilitated by Rhodes University staff, OIE staff and Prof. Larry Hammell from the OIE Collaborating Centre for Epidemiology and Risk Assessment of Aquatic Animal Diseases at Atlantic Veterinary College (UPEI) in Charlottetown, Canada. Participants (from the veterinary authority and the competent authority) travelled from Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, Seychelles, Swaziland, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The intensive training seminar focused on diseases of farmed finfish, including such topics as OIE standards and guidelines, reference centres and twinning, epidemiology and biosecurity in aquaculture, aquaculture production and nutrition, toxicology, pollution and food safety, anatomy, physiology, endocrinology and pharmacology of finfish, diseases and diagnosis of diseases, certification and legislation. The lectures were completed with two field visits to trout-aquaculture and mariculture research stations in Grahamstown and Port Alfred, as well as with a practical on fish (histo)pathology

 USA :Fisheries and Marine Officers (FMOs) the role of educating recreational and commercial fishers about  fishing rules and ensuring they comply with them.

worked as a diver and a skipper in the pearling industry in Broome and on dolphin diving tours, says her interest in aquaculture and maritime activities attracted her to the job. Coastline Marine science graduate and former swimming instructor

 

 

يمكن متابعة أخر أخبار المزارع السمكية و السمك و الدخول في حوار مع أفراد مجموعة (المزارع السمكية Aquacultures)على الفيس بوك :

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