Special Issue "Advances in Aquaculture Ecology Research"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 October 2022) | Viewed by 17346
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: aquaculture ecology; aquatic microbial ecology; probiotics for aquaculture
Worldwide demand for aquatic products is growing due to population growth and increased fish consumption, and this demand is expected to increase by 57% between 2005 and 2050 (FAO, 2014). However, aquaculture faces environmental challenges in its efforts to increase both the quantity and quality of production without increasing the negative externalities. Aquaculture ecology belongs to the category of applied ecology. It is the science of the interaction between environment and commercial aquatic organisms as well as their farming activities, and the principles for the establishment and management of aquaculture systems. Its basic goal is to provide a theoretical basis and key technical supports for the sustainable development of aquaculture industry, i.e., to protect the ecological environment of farming waters, rationalize the use of resources, and improve economic efficiency. Aquaculture ecology is closely related to the development of the aquaculture industry. On one hand, the technicalization of its theoretical achievements can correspondingly promote the development of the aquaculture industry; on the other hand, its development is strongly driven by the expansion of the industrial scale and the increase in farming species. For this Special Issue of Water, manuscripts (original research and reviews) are solicited that describe advances in individual ecology of commercial aquatic organisms, ecology of aquaculture systems, interaction between aquaculture activities and the environment, structure of function of the microbial community, principles of environment management in aquaculture ecosystems, etc. in recent decades.
Prof. Dr. Xiangli Tian
Prof. Dr. Li Li
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- ecophysiology of commercial aquatic organisms
- water quality
- structure and function of microbial community
- ecological model
- aquaculture environment interactions
- environment management
- aquaculture ecosystems
- sustainability of aquaculture systems