Date and Time
Colombo, Sri Lanka
The International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM) takes great pleasure in welcoming you to Colombo, Sri Lanka for the 4th Annual International Conference on Fisheries and Aquaculture 2017 under the theme “Depletion of Aquatic Biodiversity and Aquaculture as a Decisive Remedy.” The fisheries sector has had and is currently experiencing major issues in the sustainability of the aquatic resources due to human interventions. ICFA 2017 will create a stage to voice researches that will enable approaches and steps towards arriving at that decisive remedy foreseeing a sustainable future.
Aquatic biodiversity is a vital component to a country in the disguise of recreation, as food security and the national economic development of a nation. The fisheries sector has faced numerous issues resulting from human interventions in the form of overfishing, oil spills and pollution arising from wastage disposals in the marine habitats. The subject is of paramount importance to be addressed and the need for the message to be disseminated is crucial.
The Conference will witness the participation of academicians, researchers, industry expects, policy makers and professionals in the fields of Fisheries and Aquaculture. The gathering will certainly pave way for necessary measures taken to overcome the problems faced by the sector and for precautions to counter issues that will arise in the future.
The organizing committee of ICFA 2017 welcomes all researchers to submit abstracts for their papers to be eligible to be able to present at the Conference in the forms of Oral, Poster and Virtual Presentations on the following key areas but not limited to
- Improving nutrition and health through fisheries and Aquaculture.
- Sustainable increment in the productivity of small-scale Aquaculture.
- Role of Aquaculture in Food Security.
- Over fishing and Ecosystem degradation.
- Technology and Advancements as key for Aquaculture.
- Environment and Climate change – Biodiversity threat.
Submission deadline: 22nd June 2017