: ‘CAA5’, the fifth edition of the International Symposium on Cage Aquaculture in Asia will be hosted by the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute here between November 25 and 28.
The symposium is being organised by the Asian Fisheries Society and the Indian Council for Agricultural Research.
The symposium will be a platform for researchers, technologists, entrepreneurs and farmers to meet and share ideas on the current developments in the cage aquaculture.
The symposium is focussed on five major themes covering current developments in cage aquaculture and the future. More than 200 delegates from around the globe will participate in the symposium, said information posted on the CMFRI website.
The first symposium on cage aquaculture in Asia was held in 1999 and since then it has become a major platform for various stakeholders in the field.
The symposium will review the recent advances in cage aquaculture in Asian countries and in other regions; will identify constraints and research needs of cage culture and consider new sustainable cage aquaculture technologies and management.