Turkish farmers fuel CERES farm models

by Sep 1, 2016CERES News

CERES field surveys are starting –  a the team of the Mersin university started to collect bio-technical data from sea bass and sea bream farms in Turkey. Farms in Eastern Mediterranean coast (Merin) and Aegean coast of Turkey (Muğla and İzmir) were visited and data were collected through face to face interviews. These data will provide the basis for the “typical farm approach”, a model exercise to estimate economical consequences of climate change for sea bass and sea bream farms in Turkey.

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First field surveys are conducted by the team of the Mersin university to collect bio-technical (e.g. Cultivation period, SGR, FCR and survival rates) data from Sea Bass/Bream farms in Turkey. Sea bass/Bream farms in Eastern Mediterranean coast (Merin) and Aegean coast of Turkey (Muğla and İzmir) were visited and data were collected through face to face interviews.