"Currently, the development of human society is facing challenges. By the middle of this century, the global population will reach 10 billion. It is not only necessary to feed the population and provide livelihoods, but also to deal with the serious impact of climate change and environmental degradation on resources and the environment." Liu Xinzhong said, The theme of the conference was "Aquaculture for Food Supply and Sustainable Development". It aims to comprehensively summarize the achievements of global aquaculture development in the past ten years. Analysis of opportunities, issues and challenges for global aquaculture development. Propose the development direction and main measures of aquaculture in the next ten years. And released the "Shanghai Declaration to Promote the Sustainable Development of Global Aquaculture". Paying attention to the monitoring of aquaculture water is one of the tasks that cannot be ignored.
Aquaculture Water Quality Monitoring
According to reports, the Shanghai Declaration is divided into four parts: preface, vision and commitment, strategic priorities, and action plan. The commitment includes five aspects. Promote responsible aquaculture development. Promote good governance and strengthen partnerships to share knowledge and technology. Strengthen aquaculture innovation and scientific research investment. Build a public exchange platform for sustainable development of aquaculture.
The strategic priorities include ten elements: Increasing the contribution of aquaculture to sustainable food systems. Promote the synergistic development of aquaculture and other industries and sectors. Increase ecosystem services. Improve biodiversity and reduce carbon footprint. Promoting decent work, gender equality, youth participation, indigenous participation, responding to global issues. Strengthen data analysis and monitoring, etc.
The aquaculture water quality monitoring system uses advanced intelligent water quality sensors, wireless transmission systems, wireless communications, early warning systems, intelligent management systems, etc. to carry out all-round remote monitoring and management of water quality. A large amount of historical data can be stored and analyzed to guide production management and ensure The high yield and income of aquaculture can avoid environmental problems caused by water pollution.