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  1. The Brazilian Aquaculture Felipe Matias Fishery Engineer, MSc. National Director of Aquaculture Development Ministery of Fisheries and Aquaculture MINISTERY OF FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE

  2. Brazilian Aquaculture According to IBAMA (2009), data from 2007: Brazil's fisheries production: 1,090,000 tons Brazil's aquaculture production: 290,000 t (25.55% from total fisheries) Brazil's freshwater aquaculture production: 210,000 t (72% from total aquaculture) Brazil's mariculture production: 80,000 t (28% from total aquaculture)

  3. Brazil – One of the highest world potential

  4. Brazilian Potential 8,500 Km of sea coast; 4.3 millions km² of EEZ; 5 millions hectares of flooded lands, reservoirs (potential for the production of 5-10 million ton/year); Growing consumption – from 6.8 kg/hab/year in 2002 to 8 Kg/hab/year in 2004 – Amazon consumption is 36 kg/hab/year; A FAO recommends 12 kg/hab/year; Brazil would have conditions to participate of the world-wide market with 10 million tons, according to FAO; Current production/capture of 1 million tons.

  5. Brazil's freshwater aquaculture production

  6. Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)

  7. Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio)

  8. Tambaqui (Colossoma macropomum)

  9. Pacu (Piaractus mesopotamicus)

  10. Spotted catfish (Pseudoplatystoma spp.)

  11. Rainbow trout (Oncorhincus mykiss)

  12. Pirarucu (Arapaima gigas)

  13. Brazil's mariculture production

  14. Shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei)

  15. Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas)

  16. Mussel (Perna perna)

  17. Clam (Nodipecten nodosus)

  18. Algae (Gracillaria spp.)

  19. Algae (Gracillaria spp.)

  20. Cobia (Rachycentrum canadum)

  21. Brazil's aquaculture regional distribution

  22. Brazilian national plan (2008-2010)

  23. Government Program • Participative planning and zoning; • Sustainable development; • Sanitary control; • Certification; • Investment in research and technology; • Investment in infra-structure; • Hands-on training (Demonstrative Units); • International cooperation; • Credit; • Aquaculture parks: • Freshwater reservoirs; • Marine farm development plans.

  24. Main Brazilian Aquatic Parks

  25. Sustainable aquaculture Matias (2001): New “productive revolutions” should be only defined on solid bases with thoroughly impact evaluations in all the sustainable dimensions Technical Economic Social-Environmental Political-institutional

  26. Contact Ministery of Fisheries and Aquaculture (MPA) Esplanada dos Ministérios - Bloco D CEP: 70043-900 Brasília - DF Telephone: +55 61 3218-3818/ Fax: +55 61 3224-5049 E-mail: comunicacao@seap.gov.br Secretary of Aquaculture Telephone: +55 61 3218-3894/ Fax: +55 61 3225-4773 felipematias@seap.gov.br