Aquaponics NOMA (Nordic Marin e) New Innovations for Sustainable Aquaculture in the Nordic Countries 1.0.0


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Hi here are the publicated results/findings enjoy :)

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Abstract

The main objective of AQUAPONICS NOMA (Nordic Marine) was to establish innovation

networks on co-production of plants and fish (aquaponics), and thereby improve Nordic

competitiveness in the marine & food sector. To achieve this, aquaponics production units

were established in Iceland, Norway and Denmark, adapted to the local needs and regulations.

Experiments were performed to investigate suitable fish and crop species for Nordic

aquaponics in terms of growth, quality, effluents, temperature and nutrient balances. Further

efforts have been made to optimize management practices and technologies in aquaponics,

e.g. treatment of wastewater and solid wastes to protect the environment from pollution and

pathogens. The project has designed commercial scale aquaponics production models for the

Nordic region, and investigated consumer market potentials including the possibility for Eco-

labeling. The study has demonstrated that aquaponics may be a viable component in Nordic

food production, both at small scale (urban aquaponics) and in large scale combinations of

agri- and aquaculture. The results have been and will be disseminated to the public and to the

scientific community.


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Good stuff, very comprehensive and with references to commercial viability, I need a rainy sunday afternoon to read this completly.

 

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Hi phri

3 hours ago, phri said:

 I need a rainy sunday afternoon to read this completly.

 

I wish Kellen could fix the forum softvare, so I could upload, all the rainy sunday afternoon's, we'w had around here lately :D

glad you liked it

cheers

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Hi Kellen

I just wanted to upload all or some of the rainy weather here, so we could maybe have some sun instead :D

cheers

 

 

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At the moment I am running the AC the whole day here, close to 40 degree and a humidity of... not sure but high. Ande ever though about a hot christmas.... instead of the rendeer thing? Come down under for the experience!

 

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Forecast for SA. TX, Wednesday, 28, Dec. High of  81°F/ Low tonight 58 °F   Partly Cloudy.
 
Last night had the heater on from 11PM-7AM, its now 68°F outside, inside its 78°F, and I've turned off the heater.
 
About 11AM will be opening the windows to start cooling, but about 2PM will close the windows and start the AC till around 8-9PM.
 
They predict a low of 58 °F tonight, will be turning the heater back on to get the inside to 78 °F.
 
But I, can remember in March of 1969, spending a week on R&R in Sydney a perfect tempeture where I didn't need but short sleeves
the whole week, I was there. But then again my blood alcohol levels were quite high all the time, 

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Hi

 

On 28.12.2016 at 2:15 PM, phri said:

At the moment I am running the AC the whole day here, close to 40 degree and a humidity of... not sure but high. Ande ever though about a hot christmas.... instead of the rendeer thing? Come down under for the experience!

 

I must admit I'w thaught about it many times :) to escape the cold weather, but also AU/NZ is the only continent I never visited, worked or lived

So I'm trying to convince my wife that visiting AU is a thing for us to do, but I doubt it will be any time soon.

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Yep down under is worth a visit, but you going to need some time to see it, as it's big.  Tell the misses yo need to go on an aquaponic study tour.....

The closest I got to your place is Denmark, long time ago, but still remember visiting some trout & eel farms. Although never made  it further north in Europe.

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