Nordic Network on Recirculating Aquaculture Systems

Welcome to the Nordic Network on Recirculating Aquaculture Systems 

The aims of The Nordic Network on Recirculating Aquaculture Systems are to co-ordinate and strengthen research and development of Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) in Nordic countries. 

Everybody with an interest in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems are very welcome to join the network including interested parties outside the Nordic Countries.

Click here to join the network.

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4th NordicRAS Workshop: Registration now open

12-13 October 2017 & Excursion 14 October 2017
Aalborg Congress & Culture Centre, Denmark

Online registration is now open. Click here to learn more

We advice to book accommodation soon hotels in Aalborg will be very busy during the workshop

Photo: Martin Dam Kristensen

3rd NordicRAS Workshop

Abstract book

The 3rd NordicRAS workshop on recirculating aquaculture systems was held in Molde, Norway 30 September-1 October 2015, followed by an excursion on 2 October.

Click here to download the abstract book

Selected workshop speakers & tentative titles

  • Willy Verstraete, Gent University: Keynote on waste water treatments and water quality
  • Mark Powell, Uni Bergen: Keynote on diseases in RAS
  • Marc Verdegem, Wageningen University: Impact of RAS rearing environment on the development of gut microbiota
  • Julia Fossberg, Lerøy Midt: Microbial water quality in a commercial Atlantic salmon smolt RAS
  • Tahi Fu, Aquapri: On-growing in RAS versus fingerlings in RAS
  • Aki Honkanen, Sybimar: Rearing white fish in a RAS integrated concept
  • Kim Hieronymus Nielsen / Arndt von Danwitz, Danish Salmon: Experiences with on-growing of  Atlantic salmon in RAS
  • Jon-Birger Løvik, Langsand Laks: Atlantic Sapphire and 90,000 tons Atlantic salmon RAS in Miami, USA
  • David Owen, Blue Unit: Online CO2 measurements
  • Torsten Boutrup, Aquapri: Biostability in RAS - how do we measure it?
  • Jaap van Rijn, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Denitrification in seawater
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