This unit provides an in-depth view of aquaculture recirculation, cage, tank, raceway and pond systems and their associated technologies such as filtration, aeration, water conditioning, fish pumps, grades, counters, feeding systems etc, both in Australia and overseas. The unit takes a hands-on and industry-related approach and will focus on system design, working principles, commercial and research application, and recent innovation. Students will learn to design systems, size components and calculate key operational components such as hydraulic loading, carrying capacity, oxygenation and biofilter capacity.
|Unit name||Aquaculture Technology|
|Faculty/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies
|Discipline||Fisheries and Aquaculture|
Assoc Prof John Purser
|Available as student elective?||No|
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Weekly for 13 weeks, 2 h lectures, 3 h practicals, 1 h tutorials
Coursework: 60%. Examination: 40%
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