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Aquaculture Portals

A list of websites providing information on European and worldwide aquaculture portals.

Website: COMMUNITY RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION SERVICE

URL: http://cordis.europa.eu/en/home.html

Description: An interactive information platform that keeps you up to date with the latest news, progress and intiatives in European innovation, research and development.
Website: EU EUROPEAN RESEARCH AREA

URL: http://ec.europa.eu/research/era/index_en.html

Description: Developed by the EU to create a unified area across Europe to facilitate the interaction of researchers, to improve the diffusion of knowledge, to optimise research programmes and to develop strong links around the world. Detailed information on the Framework Programme is provided.
Website: EU AGRICULTURAL PORTAL

URL:http://ec.europa.eu/research/agriculture/index_en.html

Details: This European portal is dedicated to EU-funded research in agriculture, fisheries, forestry and rural development. Users will find here all information related to research themes, research projects, on-going and future calls, related policies, future research and all practical information (calendar, contacts, publications).
Website: FRENCH PORTAL FOR AQUACULTURE PROFESSIONALS

URL:http://www.aquaculteurs.com/index.htm

Details: Portal providing contacts, mainly in France, for producers, professional structures, institutes, training, jobs and announcements.
Website: EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENT AGENCY

URL:http://www.eea.europa.eu/

Details: The EEA aims to support sustainable development and to help achieve significant and measurable improvement in Europe's environment through the provision of timely, targeted, relevant and reliable information to policy making agents and the public.
Website: AUSTRALIAN AQUACULTURE PORTAL

URL:http://www.australian-aquacultureportal.com/

Details: Aims to centralise the growing body of information, research and business opportunities in the Australian Aquaculture industry. Managed by the National Aquaculture Council. Contains a comprehensive collection of links to relevant Australian and overseas sites for those wishing to dig deeper into the complexities this industry offers. Useful for commercial aquaculture farm owners and workers, students, vets, teachers, government bodies and advisors.
Website: AQUACULTURE NETWORK INFORMATION CENTRE (AQUANIC)

URL: http://www.aquanic.org/

Details: Conceived in 1994 by the former USDA-Extension Service as one of the USA's first network information centres, to serve as a gateway to the world's electronic aquaculture resources. The site houses or provides links to thousands of state, national and international aquaculture publications, newsletters, visual media, calendars, job services, directories and speciality sections for species and production systems.
Website: GROWFISH

URL: http://www.growfish.com.au/

Details: Aquaculture portal for the Gippsland region of SE Australia. An initiative of the Gippsland Aquaculture Industry Network (GAIN). Its mission is to promote the development of a successful and environmentally sustainable aquaculture industry in the Gippsland region.
Website: ONEFISH

URL: http://www.onefish.org/global/index.jsp

Details: A fishery projects portal and participatory resource gateway for the fisheries and aquatic research and development sector. Onefish also hosts the fish technology knowledge base (facilitating opportunities for networking for fish technologies).
Website: FISHING4INFO

URL: http://www.fishing4info.com/

Details: Link site for aquaculture and aquatic resource management. Maintained through collaborative efforts of the Stirling Aquaculture Institute (Stirling University) and AquaTT Ltd.
Website: Finfish.org

URL: http://finfish.org/

Details: A finfish aquaculture innovation website. This site aims to support the identification and realisation of significant opportunities in finfish aquaculture. The site covers topics that relate to the growth of sustainable, industrial-scale finfish aquaculture production. Topics include: significant innovation, planning for innovation, developing winning projects, creating world-leading teams.