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World Aquaculture Society

Photo Competition 2014

World Aquaculture Adelaide


Supported by International Aquafeed magazine

www.aquafeed.co.uk


APC001 Š

Abdullah-Al Mamun

Co-products during final harvesting Photographer: Abdullah-Al Mamun Boy is happy after getting access in the shrimp ponds to catch farm co-products during final harvesting at Arpangasia, Shymnagar, Satkhira, Bangladesh

Bio: Commonwealth Scholar, University of Stirling, UK.

APC001 Category: open


APC002 Š

Abdullah-Al Mamun

Co-products during final harvesting Photographer: Abdullah-Al Mamun Pretty girl and boy are happy after getting access in the shrimp ponds to catch farm co-products during final harvesting at Arpangasia, Shymnagar, Satkhira, Bangladesh

Bio: Commonwealth Scholar, University of Stirling, UK

APC002 Category: open


APC003 Š

Akihiro Shiroza

Chemically and digitally enhanced aquacultured Thunnus albacares (yellowfin tuna) from The Glorification of the Dead series Photographer: Akihiro Shiroza My most recent work as an artist stems from interacting, on a quotidian basis, with dead specimens and reflecting on my role as a larval fish collector and taxonomist. Using scientifically collected larval specimens, I glorify the fish through embalming rituals of cleaning, chemical treatment, and digital transformation.

APC003 Category: open

The finished pieces are digital retouched collages of multiple super-macro photographs of chemically treated larval fish, some magnified up to 200 times to the size of their mature bodies. I conceived the concept and images after sorting and identifying larval fish all day, every day, under the microscope. Prior to identification, and while using needles and forceps, I take my time to clean the specimens, and free them from dust and other foreign objects attached to their surface, as an act of respect to the deceased before their last judgment in the Big Book of Records. It’s only then, when I ask what they are, that they finally speak to me.

Bio: Born in Tokyo, Japan. Akihiro Shiroza is a marine biologist working in the field of zooplankton ecology and early life history of fish. His primary media are preserved zooplankton specimens from the lab presented in photograph or video format. As such, contrasting themes such as life and death are underlined in chaotic yet sterile aesthetics in most of his works.


APC004 Š

Albertus Hanekom

Untitled Photographer: Albertus Hanekom None

Bio: None

APC004 Category: open


APC005 Š

Alex Proimos

Fish nets Photographer: Alex Proimos None

Bio: None

APC005 Category: open


APC006 Š

Alex Proimos

Fish on ice Photographer: Alex Proimos None

Bio: None

APC006 Category: open


APC007 Š

Andres Moreno

Untitled Photographer: Andres Moreno None

APC007 Category: open

Bio: I’m Andres Moreno an amateur photographer, I had being working for seven years on the catfish industry in America


APC008 Š

Andres Moreno

Untitled Photographer: Andres Moreno None

APC008 Category: open

Bio: I’m Andres Moreno an amateur photographer, I had being working for seven years on the catfish industry in America


APC009 Š

Anthony Aris

Barramundi feeding time Photographer: Anthony Aris None

Bio: None

APC009 Category: open


APC010 Š

Anthony Aris

Barramundi tagging Photographer: Anthony Aris None

Bio: None

APC010 Category: open


APC011 Š

Bernd Ueberschar

Seabass larvae Photographer: Bernd Ueberschar None

Bio: None

APC011 Category: open


APC012 Š

Bernd Ueberschar

Hatching Photographer: Bernd Ueberschar None

Bio: None

APC012 Category: open


APC013 Š

Bonnie Philp

Bonnie Basil and Goldfish Photographer: Bonnie Philp None

APC013 Category: student Age: 17

Bio: My name is Andy Smyth and I am Bonnie’s teacher at Broome Senior High School. We are located 2200km North of Perth in the Kimberley Region of Australia. There are 600 students who attend the school and we are the only Senior High School in the region. We have a strong Aquaculture focus in Upper School General Science and have built a strong working relationship with Kimberley Training Institute over the last 8 years, where we have students who attend the Broome Aquaculture Centre to receive training at a Certificate 2 and Certificate 3 level. Bonnie is our top aquaculture student, our focus in class at the moment is on aquaponics.


APC014 Š

Brett Glencross

Bluefin tuna farm at sunrise Photographer: Brett Glencross The image is of an Australian Southern bluefin tuna farm at sunrise. The image has not been digitally altered in any way from the original.

Bio: None

APC014 Category: open


APC015 Š

Cassie Rigby

Untitled Photographer: Cassie Rigby None

APC015 Category: open

Bio: PhD Candidate, Centre for Sustainable Tropical Fisheries and Aquaculture & School of Earth and Environmental Sciences


APC016 Š

Cassie Rigby

Untitled Photographer: Cassie Rigby None

APC016 Category: open

Bio: PhD Candidate, Centre for Sustainable Tropical Fisheries and Aquaculture & School of Earth and Environmental Sciences


APC017 Š

Chelsea Bonner

American alligator Photographer: Chelsea Bonner One of our American alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) that are currently being used for an alligator diet study

APC017 Category: open

Bio: Chelsea Bonner, Graduate Student /_RNR - Fisheries and Aquaculture (FAQM), Louisiana State University, LSU AgCenter Aquaculture Research Station


APC018 Š

Chelsea Bonner

Alligator Gar Photographer: Chelsea Bonner The ~60 lb alligator gar (Atractosteus spatula) that we keep in outdoor ponds for various research projects and as broodstock. This picture was taken during feeding where the alligator gar readily come up to the bank to feed on gulf menhaden.

APC018 Category: open

Bio: Chelsea Bonner, Graduate Student /_RNR - Fisheries and Aquaculture (FAQM), Louisiana State University, LSU AgCenter Aquaculture Research Station


APC019 Š

Chris Lim

Feeding the crocodile Photographer: Chris Lim None

Bio: None

APC019 Category: open


APC020 Š

Christopher C. Green, Ph. D

Alligator gar Photographer: Christopher C. Green, Ph. D This picture was taken underwater with feed trained alligator gar, Louisiana, USA. This ancient fish is part of our restoration aquaculture research and is an important recreational and foodfish within the US and Mexico.

Bio: None

APC020 Category: open


APC021 Š

Christopher C. Green, Ph. D

Hybrid catfish Photographer: Christopher C. Green, Ph. D This picture is from a hybrid catfish hatchery in Mississippi, USA in 2008. The catfish industry in the US has been producing this hybrid between a channel catfish female and blue catfish male in their food fish operations for a number of years.

Bio: None

APC021 Category: open


APC022 Š

Claire Webber, Australian Southern Bluefin Tuna Industry Association

Cardicola forsteri Photographer: Claire Webber Seen here through a microscope: C.forsteri is a species of blood fluke that infects Southern Bluefin Tuna hearts. Their eggs hatch through the gills of the fish, causing massive haemorrhaging and can result in death.

Bio: None

APC022 Category: open


APC023 Š

Claire Webber, Australian Southern Bluefin Tuna Industry Association

Guide to harvesting SBT Photographer: Claire Webber Divers catch tuna by hand and guide them to a conveyor for harvest.

Bio: None

APC023 Category: open


APC024 Š

Dan Gaslevich

Diver chasing tuna around a harvest net Photographer: Dan Gaslevich None

Bio: None

APC024 Category: open


APC025 Š

Dan Gaslevich

Bucket of Australian sardines, used to hook individual ranched southern bluefin tuna from pontoons for sampling Photographer: Dan Gaslevich None

Bio: Marine Engineer

APC025 Category: open


APC026 ©

De’arne Kershler

Sandfish Farming Photographer: De’arne Kershler None

Bio: None

APC026 Category: Open


APC027 ©

De’arne Kershler

Women in Aquaculture Photographer: De’arne Kershler None

Bio: None

APC027 Category: Open


APC028 Š

Dr Hoang Tung

Caligraphy wish for a successful shrimp crop Photographer: Dr Hoang Tung None

Bio: None

APC028 Category: Open


APC029 Š

Dr Hoang Tung

The joy of feeding Photographer: Dr Hoang Tung None

Bio: None

APC029 Category: Open


APC030 Š

Dr Frederique Olivier

A sponge farm near Nusatupe Island in the Solomon islands. Sponges are collected, cut and grown at an adequate depth. Photographer: Dr Frederique Olivier None

Bio: Honorary Research Associate, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania

APC030 Category: Open


APC031 Š

Dr Frederique Olivier

A sponge farm near Nusatupe Island in the Solomon islands. Sponges are collected, cut and grown at an adequate depth. Photographer: Dr Frederique Olivier None

Bio: Honorary Research Associate, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania

APC031 Category: Open


APC032 Š

Gaurav Tandel

A Model Aquaculture Pond Photographer: Gaurav Tandel None

Bio: PG Scholar, Department of Aquaculture, Fisheries College And Research Institute,Tamil Nadu, India

APC032 Category: Open


APC033 Š

Gaurav Tandel

A pleasant evening by the aquaculture pond Photographer: Gaurav Tandel None

Bio: PG Scholar, Department of Aquaculture, Fisheries College And Research Institute,Tamil Nadu, India

APC033 Category: Open


APC034 Š

Greg Marett

Pearl Farming Photographer: Greg Marett None

Bio: None

APC034 Category: Open


APC035 Š

Greg Marett

Thumbs up for aquaculture Photographer: Greg Marett None

Bio: None

APC035 Category: Open


APC036 Š

Helen Jenkins

Created, nurtured, grown and ready to be eaten Photographer: Helen Jenkins I took this photo in 2011 - it was a joint collaboration I orchestrated between Australian farmed and Australian wild catch prawns with both sectors contributing 60kg of peeled prawns for this giant cocktail which was consumed at the Welcome Reception of Seafood Directions 2011 at the Gold Coast. Once the cocktail was prepared the chef grabbed the cocktail and had this huge happy smile on his face as if he was about to consume the whole lot!

Bio: Executive Officer, Australian Prawn Farmers Association

APC036 Category: open


APC037 Š

Ian Nielsen

Australian Prawn ponds Photographer: Ian Nielsen Australian Prawn showing ponds amongst a clean environment to create, nuture and grow healthy, tasty and safe prawns

Bio: None

APC037 Category: open


APC038 ©

Iman sudrajat

Elvers of Anguilla marmorata after feeding time (“say cheese!”) Photographer: Iman sudrajat None

Bio: None

APC038 Category: open


APC039 Š

Jayden Harris-Walker

The scales and pectoral fin of a calcein stained Barramundi Photographer: Jayden Harris-Walker None

Bio: None

APC039 Category: Open


APC040 Š

Jayden Harris-Walker

Anthony our Spotfin Lionfish Photographer: Jayden Harris-Walker None

Bio: None

APC040 Category: Open


APC041 Š

Leonid Goldshtein

Untitled Photographer: Leonid Goldshtein None

Bio: Head of CIS countries Department, AquaMaof Aquaculture Technologies Ltd

APC041 Category: open


APC042 Š

Leonid Goldshtein

Untitled Photographer: Leonid Goldshtein None

Bio: Head of CIS countries Department, AquaMaof Aquaculture Technologies Ltd

APC042 Category: open


APC043 Š

Liam Goodrick

Salomon cages in Tasmania Photographer: Liam Goodrick None

Bio: None

APC043 Category: open


APC044 Š

Liam Goodrick

Cod cages in Norway Photographer: Liam Goodrick None

Bio: None

APC044 Category: open


APC045 Š

Magali Soufflet

Oysters in nature environment Photographer: Magali Soufflet None

Bio: None

APC045 Category: open


APC046 Š

Magali Soufflet

Oysters in nature environment Photographer: Magali Soufflet None

Bio: None

APC046 Category: open


APC047 Š

Manoj Tukaram Kamble

During practical session of Aquatic Seed Production course in AARM,AIT, Thailand Photographer: Manoj Kamble None

Bio: Ph.D. Scholar in Aquaculture and Aquatic Resource Management, Asian Institute of Technology*

APC047 Category: open


APC048 Š

Mati Nitibhon

Shrimp farm technicians Photographer: Mati Nitibhon None

Bio: None

APC048 Category: open


APC049 Š

Mati Nitibhon

Shrimp Roaming Photographer: Mati Nitibhon None

Bio: None

APC049 Category: open


APC050 Š

Nicolas Checa

Oyster farming in coffin bay Photographer: Nicolas Checa None

Bio: I am an oyster farmer in south australia’s coffin bay with pacific oyster and angasi oyster

APC050 Category: open


APC051 Š

Nicolas Checa

Oyster farming in coffin bay Photographer: Nicolas Checa None

Bio: I am an oyster farmer in south australia’s coffin bay with pacific oyster and angasi oyster

APC051 Category: open


APC052 Š

prof. nihar ranjan chattopadhyay

Fully water hardened egg with developing embryo at the centre Photographer: Prof. Nihar Ranjan Chattopadhyay None

Bio: None

APC052 Category: open


APC053 Š

prof. nihar ranjan chattopadhyay

Pituitary gland taken out from sella turcica cavity Photographer: prof. nihar ranjan chattopadhyay None

Bio: None

APC053 Category: open


APC054 Š

Rachel Cortese

Bubble Eye Goldfish Photographer: Rachel Cortese None

APC054 Category: student

Bio: My name is Andy Smyth and I am RachelĂŞs teacher at Broome Senior High School. We are located 2200km North of Perth in the Kimberley Region of Australia. There are 600 students who attend the school and we are the only Senior High School in the region. We have a strong Aquaculture focus in Upper School General Science and have built a strong working relationship with Kimberley Training Institute over the last 8 years, where we have students who attend the Broome Aquaculture Centre to receive training at a Certificate 2 and Certificate 3 level. Rachel is currently studying for her Certificate 3.


APC055 Š

Rachel Cortese

Frog on a Window Photographer: Rachel Cortese None

APC055 Category: student

Bio: My name is Andy Smyth and I am RachelĂŞs teacher at Broome Senior High School. We are located 2200km North of Perth in the Kimberley Region of Australia. There are 600 students who attend the school and we are the only Senior High School in the region. We have a strong Aquaculture focus in Upper School General Science and have built a strong working relationship with Kimberley Training Institute over the last 8 years, where we have students who attend the Broome Aquaculture Centre to receive training at a Certificate 2 and Certificate 3 level. Rachel is currently studying for her Certificate 3.


APC056-S Š

Rachel Cortese

Frog on a Window Photographer: Rachel Cortese None

APC056 Category: student

Bio: My name is Andy Smyth and I am RachelĂŞs teacher at Broome Senior High School. We are located 2200km North of Perth in the Kimberley Region of Australia. There are 600 students who attend the school and we are the only Senior High School in the region. We have a strong Aquaculture focus in Upper School General Science and have built a strong working relationship with Kimberley Training Institute over the last 8 years, where we have students who attend the Broome Aquaculture Centre to receive training at a Certificate 2 and Certificate 3 level. Rachel is currently studying for her Certificate 3.


APC057-S Š

Rachel Cortese

Turtle Tank Photographer: Rachel Cortese None

APC057 Category: student

Bio: My name is Andy Smyth and I am RachelĂŞs teacher at Broome Senior High School. We are located 2200km North of Perth in the Kimberley Region of Australia. There are 600 students who attend the school and we are the only Senior High School in the region. We have a strong Aquaculture focus in Upper School General Science and have built a strong working relationship with Kimberley Training Institute over the last 8 years, where we have students who attend the Broome Aquaculture Centre to receive training at a Certificate 2 and Certificate 3 level. Rachel is currently studying for her Certificate 3.


APC058-S Š

Rod Carlo Bendo

Aquaponics Photographer: Rod Carlo Bendo None

APC058 Category: student

Bio: My name is Andy Smyth and I am BonnieĂŞs teacher at Broome Senior High School. We are located 2200km North of Perth in the Kimberley Region of Australia. There are 600 students who attend the school and we are the only Senior High School in the region. We have a strong Aquaculture focus in Upper School General Science and have built a strong working relationship with Kimberley Training Institute over the last 8 years, where we have students who attend the Broome Aquaculture Centre to receive training at a Certificate 2 and Certificate 3 level. Rod Carlo has been studying Aquaculture at school for two years.


APC059 Š

Felipe Sepulveda (Cand. Eng. Aquaculture) and Rodolfo Seura V. (Eng. Aquaculture)

Feeding sequence Photographer: Rodolfo Seura V In the Catholic University of the North - Chile we cultivate 8 years ago specimens of Seriola lalandi fed diet with wet grind own that is projected in our photo (Sequence). Specimens with an average of 13 kg weight and 109 cm large, in culture by recirculation system.

Bio: None

APC059 Category: open


APC060 Š

Romi Novriadi

Holding the Giant grouper Photographer: Romi Novriadi Holding the Giant grouper (Epinephelus sp). This fish is one of our primer comodity. Currently we also hybrid this fish with tiger grouper

APC060 Category: open

Bio: Batam Mariculture Development Center (Balai Budidaya Laut Batam), Directorate General of Aquaculture, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia


APC061 Š

Romi Novriadi

Feeding the shrimp Photographer: Romi Novriadi Feeding the shrimp, the farmer enjoy the feeding time to grow his Vannamei (Region: Langkat-Indonesia)

APC061 Category: open

Bio: Batam Mariculture Development Center (Balai Budidaya Laut Batam), Directorate General of Aquaculture, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia


APC062 Š

Romi Novriadi

Salinity measurement Photographer: Romi Novriadi Today, there is a tendency that the fish farmer in Indonesia want to learn about the water quality in aquaculture

APC062 Category: open

Bio: Batam Mariculture Development Center (Balai Budidaya Laut Batam), Directorate General of Aquaculture, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia


APC063 Š

Romi Novriadi

Collecting the trash in net cages Photographer: Romi Novriadi This is one of daily activity because of so many trash in the surrounding environment that can become a problem during the culture period

APC063 Category: open

Bio: Batam Mariculture Development Center (Balai Budidaya Laut Batam), Directorate General of Aquaculture, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia


APC064 Š

Roy Palmer

Norwegian feeding vessels Photographer: Roy Palmer Norwegian Aquaculture sees large feeding vessels pull into docks in downtown Bergen and a great selection of aquaculture species on sale in the Market

Bio: None

APC064 Category: Open


APC065 Š

Roy Palmer

Aquaculture species on sale in the Market Photographer: Roy Palmer A great selection of aquaculture species on sale in the Market

Bio: None

APC065 Category: Open


APC066 Š

Rui Goncalves

Senegalese sole Photographer: Rui Goncalves Senegalese sole on-growing tanks in Portugal, at University of Algarve, Centre of Marine Sciences (CCMar)

Bio: None

APC066 Category: open


APC067 Š

Rui Goncalves

Broodstock Tilapia Photographer: Rui Goncalves Broodstock Tilapia at AIT (Asian Institute of Technology).

Bio: None

APC067 Category: open


APC068 Š

Sam Farkas

Clam Farm Photographer: Sam Farkas Clam Farm operation on the west coast of Florida

Bio: None

APC068 Category: open


APC069 Š

Sam Farkas

Clam Farm Photographer: Sam Farkas Clam Farm operation on the west coast of Florida

Bio: None

APC069 Category: open


APC070 Š

Sam Richardson

Untitled Photographer: Sam Richardson None

Bio: None

APC070 Category: open


APC071 Š

Shae Butler

Untitled Photographer: Shae Butler None

APC071 Category: student

Bio: My name is Andy Smyth and I am ShaeĂŞs teacher at Broome Senior High School. We are located 2200km North of Perth in the Kimberley Region of Australia. There are 600 students who attend the school and we are the only Senior High School in the region. We have a strong Aquaculture focus in Upper School General Science and have built a strong working relationship with Kimberley Training Institute over the last 8 years, where we have students who attend the Broome Aquaculture Centre to receive training at a Certificate 2 and Certificate 3 level. Shae is new to Aquaculture and has built this system with other students.


APC072 ©

Sinem Zeytin

Smiling Scallop Pecten maximus Photographer: Sinem Zeytin None

Bio: PhD. student, Gesellschaft fÈr Marine Aquakultur (GMA) mbH

APC072 Category: open


APC073 ©

Sinem Zeytin

Smiling Scallop Pecten maximus Photographer: Sinem Zeytin None

Bio: PhD. student, Gesellschaft fÈr Marine Aquakultur (GMA) mbH

APC073 Category: open


APC074 Š

Stephen Willoughby

Salmon harvest Photographer: Stephen Willoughby Salmon harvesting, France

Bio: Product Manager, Sea Food Innovations

APC074 Category: open


APC075 Š

Stephen Willoughby

Salmon harvest Photographer: Stephen Willoughby Salmon harvesting, France

Bio: Product Manager, Sea Food Innovations

APC075 Category: open


APC076 ©

Sue Streit

Tassal’s Rookwood Road Hatchery and at their Butler’s seasite Photographer: Sue Streit None

Bio: None

APC076 Category: open


APC077 ©

Sue Streit

Tassal’s Rookwood Road Hatchery and at their Butler’s seasite Photographer: Sue Streit None

Bio: None

APC077 Category: open


APC078 Š

Tiago Repolho

Untitled Photographer: Tiago Repolho None

Bio: None

APC078 Category: open


APC079 Š

Tiago Repolho

Untitled Photographer: Tiago Repolho None

Bio: None

APC079 Category: open


APC080 Š

Peter Duncan

Green mussel Perna viridis, Bolinao, Phillipines Photographer: Peter Duncan None

Bio: None

APC081 Category: open


APC081 Š

Peter Duncan

Milkfish kids, Philippines Photographer: Peter Duncan None

Bio: None

APC081 Category: open


APC082 Š

Peter Duncan

Oyster Culture, Bolinao, Philippines Photographer: Peter Duncan None

Bio: None

APC082 Category: open


APC083 Š

Peter Duncan

Oyster farm diver, Bolinao, PI Photographer: Peter Duncan None

Bio: None

APC083 Category: open


Supported by International Aquafeed magazine

www.aquafeed.co.uk

The World Aquacuture Adelaide 2014 photo competition - Sponsored by International Aquafeed  
The World Aquacuture Adelaide 2014 photo competition - Sponsored by International Aquafeed  

The World Aquacuture Adelaide 2014 photo competition - Sponsored by International Aquafeed

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