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I sistemi FWS consistono in vasche o canali dove la superficie dell'acqua è esposta all'atmosfera ed il suolo, costantemente sommerso, costituisce il supporto per le radici delle piante emergenti; anche in questi sistemi il flusso è orizzontale e l'altezza delle vasche generalmente limitata a poche decine di centimetri. In questi sistemi i meccanismi di abbattimento riproducono esattamente tutti i fattori in gioco nel potere autodepurativo delle zone umide. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) provides the by-products, including waste, from one aquatic species as inputs ( fertilizers , food ) for another. Farmers combine fed aquaculture (e.g., fish , shrimp ) with inorganic extractive (e.g., seaweed ) and organic extractive (e.g., shellfish ) aquaculture to create balanced systems for environment remediation (biomitigation), economic stability (improved output, lower cost, product diversification and risk reduction) and social acceptability (better management practices). [ 1 ] Selecting appropriate species and sizing the various populations to provide necessary ecosystem functions allows the biological and chemical processes involved to achieve a stable balance, mutually benefiting the organisms and improving ecosystem health .
The European fisheries fund (EFF) provides funding to the fishing industry and coastal communities to help them adapt to changing conditions in the sector and become economically resilient and ecologically sustainable. The EFF has a budget of €4.3 billion for 2007-2013. Funding is available for all sectors of the industry – sea and inland fishing, aquaculture (the farming of fish, shellfish and aquatic plants), and processing and marketing of fisheries products. Particular attention is given to fishing communities most affected by recent changes in the industry. Projects are funded on the basis of strategic plans and operational programmes drawn up by national authorities.
EU LIFE+ Programme 2007 - 2013 LIFE+ Call for Proposals 2013 Does Your Project Qualify for Funding under a Different EU Programme Further Information EU LIFE+ Programme 2007-2013 The EU LIFE+ Programme 2007-2013 is a dedicated EU funding instrument for the environment which complements the existing funding arrangements (European Regional Development Fund, European Social Fund, Cohesion Fund, European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development, Competitiveness & Innovation Programme, European Fisheries Fund and the 7th EU Research Framework Programme). It succeeds the EU LIFE Programme. The amended LIFE+ Regulation (external link) was published in the Official Journal of the European Union (L149 of 9 June 2007). LIFE+ Call for Proposals 2013
Each euro spent leverages an average €6 on risk capital or €50 on bank loans, which means it should generate some €30bn in new finance for SMEs from financial institutions and benefit up to 400 000 SMEs. Under previous programmes over 360 000 SMEs have been helped by the €744m provided during the last decade. The CIP financial instruments are implemented for the Commission by the European Investment Fund (EIF) on a trust basis. They cover different needs depending on the stage of development of the small business: The high growth and innovative SME facility (GIF) It provides:
The ACT Government is improving Canberra's urban waterways with the development of a number of urban wetlands. Newly built water bodies include: Banksia Street, O'Connor Hawdon Street, Dickson Goodwin Street, Lyneham The Valley Ponds, The Valley Avenue, Gungahlin These wetlands provide a range of benefits such as:
Bioremediation – An Advanced Strategy To Restore The Health Of Aquaculture Pond Ecosystems - engormix.comAquaculture is concerned with 'the propagation and rearing of aquatic organisms under complete human control involving manipulation of atleast one stage of an aquatic organism's life before harvest, in order to increase its production'. Fish catches from the marine environment have been steadily declining in many parts of the world due to over-exploitation and pollution, making many people turning to aquaculture to improve the food production and to contribute for economic development. Aquaculture, has made encouraging progress in the past two decades producing significant quantities of food, income and employment. Aquaculture, particularly, shrimp like Penaeus monodon, Penaeus japonicus, Penaeus vannamei, prawn like Macrobrachium rosenbergii, and various fish species has extensively been practiced all along major water sources in Asia, the major contributor. Increased production is being achieved by expansion of culture areas and the use of modern methods.
Home | Quadro normativo | Proprietà del suolo | Inquinanti | Tecnologie di intervento | Good practices | Applicazioni in campo 1. Descrizione La phytoremediation, detta anche botano-remediation, agroremediation e vegetative remediation, consta di una serie di tecnologie che utilizzano differenti piante ai fini dell’estrazione, accumulo e distruzione dei contaminanti.
It is rare for a farmer to appreciate the predators that eat the animals he raises. But Miguel Medialdea is hardly an ordinary farmer. Looking out on to the carpet of flamingos that covers one of the lagoons that make up Veta la Palma, the fish farm in southern Spain where he is biologist, Medialdea shrugs. "They take about 20% of our annuel yield," he says, pointing at a blush-colored bird as it scoops up a sea bass. "But that just shows the whole system is working."