A SURVEY ON MONITORING SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS OF TURKISH AND GREEK MARICULTURE INDUSTRY WITH ASSESSMENT OF PRODUCTION COMPLICATIONS

The use of monitoring systems in Mariculture industry in Turkey is limited. Main monitoring effort is directed towards physical and chemical properties of aquatic environment such as O2 / CO2 content, pH, temperature and ammonia (NH3). This survey is aimed to understand current problems faced by Turkish and Greek Mariculture industry to identify threats that can be monitored by the means of monitoring technologies. Sea bass, sea bream and Blacksea trout farms were targeted as these were the major fish species cultured in Turkey and Greece. A total of 30 Mariculture companies took part in face-to-face survey representing 75 % and 90 % of all production in Turkey and Greece respectively. The survey was conducted during months September till November, 2014.

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