The fish profession is a major in the study of the basic theory of fish morphology, structure, reproduction. Students mainly study fish farming techniques, master farming techniques such as fish and shrimp, shellfish and seaweed, as well as learn and master the prevention and treatment of common fish diseases.
The investigation of the reproduction, death, distribution, quantity and habitat of economic animals and plants in the waters by fishery resources is the basic work for the development of fisheries and the management of fishery resources. The survey is divided into two types: management survey and development survey.
The former is aimed at developed fisheries and aims to make rational use of aquatic resources to achieve maximum and reasonable sustained yield. The latter is aimed at undeveloped waters and aims to identify new targets and corresponding development tools.
RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT OF FISHERIES
70% of the fishery resources we have developed and utilized are directly supplied to people for consumption, such as fresh products, frozen products, cans, and processed products such as salted and dried; 30% processed into feed fishmeal, industrial fish oil, and medicinal cod liver oil. Use the product.
In the development and utilization of fishery resources can be divided into:
Use depletion. That is, it is difficult to restore the normal amount of resources for a long period of time.
Overuse. That is, resources have declined, but they can be restored as long as they are protected.
Make full use of it. That is, it can adapt to the natural regeneration ability of resources and maintain optimal and continuous production.
Not fully utilized. That is, there is still potential for resource utilization. The southeastern part of China is near the sea, with a vast sea area, a long coastline, a network of inland waters, abundant fishery resources, and a wide variety of species. More than 3,000 sea and freshwater fish are known, and there are more than 150 common economic types.
Microbial wastewater treatment engineer
Aquatic product quality inspector
Soil and water conservation tester
Soil and water conservation control
Water environment maintenance and cleaning staff
Aquatic Animal Diseases
Aquatic Animal Breeding
Aquatic Animal Nutrition and Feed Science
Common skills gained from this degree
- Basic theory of learning biology and water environment
- Knowledge of aquaculture and fisheries economy & management
- Chemical experiment teaching and aquaculture practice
- Aquaculture economic and plant aquaculture technology
- Nutrition and the ability of feed and disease prevention