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BOGOTA VIII ACUICULTURA SUPERINTENSIVA- CAMARÓN MARINO AGUA DULCE Y MARINA

 INFORMACIÓN  Enrique Torres Q. Tel 3153357969, 3175162737

VIII Curso-Taller de ACUICULTURA SUPERINTENSIVA  CULTIVO SUPERINTENSIVO DE CAMARÓN MARINO, AGUA DULCE Y MARINA, RACEWAYS, BIOFLOC"


BOGOTÁ, JULIO 19 y 20

Splendor Hotel & Apartahotel

Av. Calle 24 (Av. La Esperanza) No. 40-46

PBX: (57+1) 3687644

Bogotá – Colombia

www.hotelsplendorbogota.co

CUPO LIMITADO, SEPARE SU CUPO CON $300.000 

COSTO COL USD$500 PROGRAMACION

INCLUYE: MEMORIAS, REFRIGERIOS, CERTIFICADO DE ASISTENCIA

Consignar  en la cuenta de CORRIENTE  BANCOLOMBIA 3640 5383798 a nombre de Enrique Torres Quevedo.

Enviar datos de nombre, teléfono, dirección y cédula al correo alevinos.acuicultura@gmail.com

 

“VIII CICLO DE CURSO- TALLER de acuicultura"

CULTIVO SUPERINTENSIVO DE CAMARÓN MARINO, RACEWAYS, BIOFLOC 2017


 Objetivo: El Curso - Taller tiene como objetivo entregar a sus participantes conocimientos y herramientas útiles, aplicables y sustentadas científica y prácticamente para la correcta, eficiente y rentable operación de sistemas de producción acuícola superintensiva de camarón marino en sistemas avanzados y modernos como raceways y biofloc.

El curso tendrá un costo de USD$500, que se pueden pagar parcialmente hasta el día del curso. Las consignaciones en cualquiera de los casos se harán a nombre de Enrique Torres Quevedo c.c. 79.151.402 de Usaquén en la cuenta de CORRIENTE BANCOLOMBIA 3640 5383798o por medio de un giro a la ciudad de Villavicencio, al mismo nombre.

La organización, coordinación y logística del curso estará bajo la responsabilidad de Enrique Torres Q. gerente de ASESORIA Y      ACUICULTURA ASYA.

DIA 1 

Design & Operation of Super Intensive Biofloc-dominated Nursery Systems for the Production of Marketable Pacific White Shrimp

 

Why Use Intensive Nursery Systems

  •     Greater Profitability: Systems can serve to improved survival, WQ, feed & feed management leading to production of healthy juveniles with high compensatory for stocking grow-out tanks
  •       Can serve as primary quarantines
  •          Can prevent losses to WSSV when operated at high temperatures (>30oC)
  •          Can extend production season in temperate climate areas

 

Site Selection

Production System Requirements

Nursery and Grow-out Design Criteria

Tanks Construction Material

Available Water Sources with a special case of inland low salinity water

Benefits of Greenhouse-enclosed Biofloc-dominated Nursery Systems

Greenhouse Structures & Covers

Culture Water Preparation

Water Management & Indicators to Watch for

Biofloc Characterization

Autotrophic vs. Heterotrophic Systems

Nitrogen Species Toxicity

Benefits of Mixotrophic System and use of Matured Water

 

Nursery Phase

PL Shipping, Receiving, Acclimation, & Counts

Water Quality Monitoring & Control

Feed Quality & Feed Management

Growth Monitoring

Daily & Weekly Routines

Shrimp Sampling Health & Disease Observations

Waste Management

Harvest Basins, design

Harvest & Transfer of Juveniles

 DIA 2

Grow-out Phase

Stocking Criteria

Water Quality Monitoring & Control

Feed Quality & Feed Management

Growth Monitoring

Daily & Weekly Routines

Shrimp Sampling Health & Disease Observations

Waste Management

Harvest Basins Design

Harvest of Marketable Shrimp

 

Grow-out in Low Salinity Water

 

Useful Calculation Tools (Excel, aquaCalc)







HOJA DE VIDA DEL  DR TZACHI SAMOCHA


Education: 1969Bachelor of Science, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. 1972Master of Science, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. 1980Doctor of Philosophy, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. Major Research Expertise: Induced maturation and spawning of penaeid shrimp. Experimental penaeid larval-culture systems. Development and use of artificial diets for penaeid larvae, and postlarvae production. Mass algal production systems for penaeid shrimp larvae, biofuel, and by-products production. Medium and large scale penaeid postlarvae culture systems. Commercial scale intensive nursery systems for penaeid shrimp. Practical methods for evaluating penaeid postlarvae quality. Salinity preference and tolerance of P. semisulcatus, P. monodon, and Litopenaeus vannamei. Ammonia and nitrite toxicity to penaeid shrimp. Development of practical diets for Litopenaeus vannamei. Semi-intensive & intensive grow-out pond production systems for penaeid shrimp. Recirculating induced maturation and spawning systems for penaeid shrimp. Characterization, environmental impact and potential remediation methods for effluent waters from shrimp farms. Use of an integrated pond system, bacterial supplements and constructed wetlands for remediation of effluent from shrimp production systems. to reduce negative environmental impact from shrimp farm effluent waters. Development of a sustainable, biosecure and cost-effective commercial shrimp production management practices in biofloc-dominated limited water discharge systems. 
Professional Experience: 2015-Present:Consultant. 2002-2015: Regents Fellow & Professor, Texas A&M AgriLife Research Mariculture Laboratory, at Flour Bluff, Corpus Christi, Texas. Planning and conducting shrimp culture experiments in raceways and ponds to develop new concepts in intensive nursery and grow-out techniques. Use of halophyte for aquaculture effluent water remediation and for biofuel and co-products production. Culture of microalgae for biofuel and co-products production. Transfer of aquaculture technology to commercial producers and industry related businesses. 2002-2006: Regents Fellow & Professor, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC), Corpus Christi, Texas. Teaching graduate-level courses and supervision of graduate students. 1992-2002: Associate Professor, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station (TAES), Shrimp Mariculture Research Facility (SMRF), Corpus Christi, Texas and TAMU-CC. 1989-1992: Visiting Research Scientist, TAES-SMRF, Corpus Christi, Texas. 1988-1989: Sabbatical, TAES-SMRF, Corpus Christi, Texas. 1980-1988: Senior Scientist, Head, Shrimp Research Unit, Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research (IOLR)- National Center for Mariculture (NCM), Eilat, Israel. Responsibilities included: Directing marine shrimp research activities in Israel. Specifically, conducting research related to induced maturation, reproduction, larviculture, nursery and grow-out of marine shrimp, metabolite toxicity, nutrition, and diseases. Performing research targeting the development of a commercial shrimp farming industry in Israel. Interacting with the private shrimp farming sectors in Israel. Participating in the graduate student education program of the Hebrew University and Tel Aviv University in Israel. 1988-present:Private sector consulting: site evaluations, conceptual designs and staff training in induced maturation, larval rearing, microalgae culture, intensive nursery and growout systems for penaeid shrimp. On-site assistance to commercial shrimp farms.



El curso tendrá un costo de USD$500, que se pueden pagar parcialmente hasta el día del curso. Las consignaciones en cualquiera de los casos se harán a nombre de Enrique Torres Quevedo c.c. 79.151.402 de Usaquén en la cuenta de CORRIENTE BANCOLOMBIA 3640 5383798, o por medio de un giro a la ciudad de Villavicencio, al mismo nombre.

La organización, coordinación y logística del curso estará bajo la responsabilidad de Enrique Torres Q. gerente de ASESORIA Y      ACUICULTURA ASYA.

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Enrique Torres Q,
19 ene. 2013 5:54
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