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Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
Fetac shellfish nov 2011 day 1 morning presentation
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  • 1. AQUACULTURE Shellfish Ongrowing Fetac Level 5 Fergal Guilfoyle
  • 2. Today
    • Whats it all about?
    • FETAC
    • Me
    • You
    • Learners handbook
    • Your responsibilities
    • What you want from course
    • Timetable
  • 3. Whats it all about?
    • Level 5 FETAC course in Shellfish Ongrowing
    • Support documentsC20187_AwardSpecifications_English.pdf
    • Photos bim aquaculture leaflet.pdf
  • 4. Who am I?
    • Marine Biologist
    • Live in Newport
    • Worked for BIM and MI
    • Oyster Farmer
    • Consultant
    • Teacher
    • Stop me and ask questions at any stage
  • 5. Who are you?
    • What do you know about aquaculture?
    • Name
    • Where are you from?
    • Favourite sport/pasttime and team?
    • What do you want to get out of the course?
  • 6. Your responsibilities
    • Learners handbook
    • Respect
    • Mutual support
    • No such thing as a bad question
    • Any problems – Me
    • -- Mairtin
    • -- Rosario
  • 7. Introduction to course
    • 55 hours
    • Class room 5 hours ??????
      • 10-12.30 and 1.30 – 4 (5 hours)
    • Field work – Tiernaur 10-5 (6 hours)
    • Main Aim: To give you the theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience to carry out all the necessary jobs on an oyster farm
  • 8. Provisional Timetable
    • Wed 23 rd November Classroom
    • Tues 29 th November?? Farm?
    • Wed 7 th December Class
    • Wed 14 th December Farm
    • Wed 21 st December Class
    • Wed 4 th January Class
    • Wed 11 th January Farm
    • Wed 18 th January Class
    • Wed 25 th January Tour (TBC)
  • 9. Provisional Timetable
    • Day 1 Introduction
    • Day 2 Intro to farm work
    • Day 3 General equipment and biology
    • Day 4 Work practices
    • Day 5 Licenses, tides, planning
    • Day 6 Business of oyster farming
    • Day 7 Grading and packing
    • Day 8 Mussels, scallops, urchins
    • Day 9 Farm trip to mussel farm??(TBC)
    • Day 10 Tour of recirc and hatchery (TBC)
  • 10. Day One
    • General overview of aquaculture
    • What is aquaculture?
    • Where do we carry out aquaculture?
    • What do we grow?
    • When did it start?
    • How much do we grow?
  • 11. What is aquaculture?
    • Aquaculture, also known as aquafarming, is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, molluscs and aquatic plants.
    • Growing plants and animals that live in the water.
    • Aquaculture involves cultivating freshwater and saltwater populations under controlled conditions, and can be contrasted with commercial fishing, which is the harvesting of wild fish.
    • Mariculture refers to aquaculture practised in marine environments.
  • 12. Examples
    • Can you give me examples of animals or plants that are farmed in water.
  • 13. Aquaculture in Mayo
    • Mayo is a coastal county
    • Long coastline with many sheltered bays
    • Clean water coming straight in from Atlantic Ocean (next stop America)
    • Relatively warm (esp in Winter)
    • Little industry to pollute
    • Active and established aquaculture industry
  • 14. Aquaculture in Clew Bay
    • Salmon
    • Oysters
    • Mussels
    • Scallops
    • Abalone
    • Urchins
    • Lobster
  • 15. Salmon Farm
    • Clare Island and Seastream
  • 16. Salmon Farm 2
  • 17. Salmon Farm 3
  • 18. Clare Is 1
  • 19. Clare Is 2
  • 20. Clare Is 3
  • 21. Tiernaur Oysters 1
  • 22. Tiernaur Oysters 2
  • 23. Tiernaur Oysters 3
  • 24. Oysters 4
  • 25. Clew Bay Mussels 1
  • 26. Clew Bay Mussels 2
  • 27. Clew Bay Mussels 3
  • 28. Clew Bay Mussels 4
  • 29. Clew Bay Mussels 5
  • 30. Clew Bay other species
  • 31. When?
    • The history of aquaculture
    • The indigenous  Gunditjmara  people in  Victoria ,  Australia  may have raised eels as early as 6000 BC. 
    • Aquaculture was operating in  China  circa 2500 BC.
    • Romans  bred fish in ponds.
  • 32. When?
    • History in Ireland
    • 1800 native oysters were food for the big house and were cultured
    • 1970s Ireland trailed aquaculture and since then it has grown.
    • Rural and coastal employment
  • 33. Ireland production
  • 34. Why?
    • Why do we grow things in the sea?
    • Why not just catch them?
  • 35. Why?
    • Control
    • Fresh
    • Convert unwanted fish into highly sought after product
    • Protect the fish (ranching)
    • Protect habitats
    • Boost wild stocks
    • Take pressure off wild stocks
    • Make money
  • 36. Aquaculture in Ireland
    • Other species grown in Ireland
      • Freshwater
        • Perch
        • Arctic Charr
        • Trout
        • Barramundi
  • 37. Aquaculture Ireland
    • Other species grown in Ireland - Marine
      • Seahorses
      • Seaweed
      • Algae - Biofuels
      • Native Oysters
      • Cod
      • Bottom Mussels
      • Turbot
      • Clams
  • 38. Irish Production
    • 50,000t per annum
    • >€100 million (€100,000,000)
    • Shellfish and Finfish
    • 2000 people directly employed
    • At least another 2000 indirectly employed
  • 39. Where?
  • 40. Where?
  • 41. Where?
  • 42. Irish Production
  • 43. Shellfish types and volumes
  • 44. Irish Production
  • 45. Who is who?
    • BIM (An Bord Iascaigh Mhara)
    • Marine Institute
    • SFPA
    • FSAI
    • Dept of Environment
    • ISA
  • 46. Global Production
    • 140 million tonnes wild and cultured
    • 40 million tonnes cultured
    • $86 Billion ($86,000,000,000)
    • Growing at 8% per year
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