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Tuesday 17 May 2022 
09:30am - 12:00pm

2nd Training Workshop Aquaculture | Multi-use offshore: Environment and Biology

NEWS: Registration open until 13.05 | 12:30pm

Register online (only 100 places available!)

Target audience
Seaweed producers, academics, project partners, Marine users (developers, businesses),
governmental bodies (public authorities, advisory bodies, environmental NGOs)
Given the fact that offshore aquaculture and associated value chain is still a relatively
‘young sector’ in the EU, the workshop focuses on the following topics:

• Environment: UNITED assessment framework on multi-use activities, with special
attention to environment and aquaculture activities
• Biology: Presenting first findings on target species used and impact of offshore conditions
on performance.

This highly interactive online training workshop aims to raise the awareness and knowledge
about multi-use for those working in the aquaculture sector but also more in general for
those who are working in the maritime sector, be it private companies or public agencies.
This workshop is offering training to project partners and people already familiar with
aquaculture, and marine users, based on the lessons learnt after two years of experience in
the UNITED project. This encompasses different issues related to the measurement of the
environmental parameters and the use of these parameters within the UNITED assessment
Furthermore the workshop is meant to share the experience of the different multi-use pilots
with the broader community. The result of the workshop will help to fine-tune the UNITED
assessment framework that is developed within the UNITED project (environmental gain
of multi-use of marine space and infrastructure). It will aid the definition of the UNITED
multi-use global assessment framework, which is one of the final main products of the
project. The workshop will use slido #2020UNITED and breakout rooms for the interaction
with the audience.

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