Aquaculture Europe 2022

September 27 - 30, 2022

Rimini, Italy

Sturgeon Conservation & Restoration

Wednesday, September 28, 2022 14:30 - 17:30 Parco Room
Chair: Paolo Bronzi, LeonardoCongiu

  • 14:30
    Joern Gessner

    HOW COMMON IS COMMON? EXPERIENCES AND RESULTS DERIVED FROM RESTORATION PROGRAMS OF THREE STURGEON SPECIES: Acipenser naccarii, A. oxyrinchus, AND A. sturio

  • 14:45
    Mohammad Pourkazemi

    AN EMERGENCY CALL TO DEVELOP AN ACTION PLAN TO CONSERVE STURGEON IN THE CASPIAN SEA

  • 15:00
    Tudor Ionescu

    THE CAUSES OF STURGEON POPULATION DECLINE, IN LOWER DANUBE

  • 15:15
    Sergii Bushuiev

    THE STURGEON BY-CATCH WHILE TRAWL FISHING IN THE NORTH-WESTERN PART OF THE BLACK SEA

  • 15:30
    Kostiantyn Demianenko

    THE ROLE OF UKRAINIAN AQUACULTURE IN RESTOCKING OF WILD Acipenseridae spp. POPULATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF COMMERCIAL STURGEON AQUACULTURE IN UKRAINE

  • 15:45
    Paolo Bronzi

    35 YEARS OF CONSERVATION OF THE ADRIATIC STURGEON: PAST AND FUTURE

  • 16:00
    Harald Rosenthal

    FITNESS FOR RELEASE – ARE THERE WAYS TO CIRCUMVENT MALADAPTATIONS CAUSED BY REARING TECHNIQUES?

  • 16:15
    Elisa Boscari

    MULTILOCUS ANALYSIS OF INTRON POLYMORPHISMS AS A PROMISING AND ECLECTIC TOOL FOR GENETIC CHARACTERISATIONS

  • 16:30
    Gyöngyvér Fazekas

    ASSESSMENT OF GENETIC DIVERSITY AND POPULATION STRUCTURE OF THE STERLET Acipenser ruthenus FROM GENE BANK AND NATURAL POPULATIONS IN HUNGARY

  • 17:00
    Jeno Káldy

    USING UNIPARENTAL PROPAGATION METHODS TO ENHANCE WILD STURGEON STOCKS

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