Different Types Of University Assignments Afi

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Address Family Numbers

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[RFC2453][RFC2677][RFC2858]
Note
Registrations also appear in [ianaaddressfamilynumbers-mib].
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When this registry is modified, the YANG module [iana-routing-types] must be updated as defined in [RFC-ietf-rtgwg-routing-types-17].
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1-16383Standards Action
16384-32767First Come First Served
NumberDescriptionReferenceRegistration Date
0Reserved
1IP (IP version 4)
2IP6 (IP version 6)
3NSAP
4HDLC (8-bit multidrop)
5BBN 1822
6802 (includes all 802 media plus Ethernet "canonical format")
7E.163
8E.164 (SMDS, Frame Relay, ATM)
9F.69 (Telex)
10X.121 (X.25, Frame Relay)
11IPX
12Appletalk
13Decnet IV
14Banyan Vines
15E.164 with NSAP format subaddress[ATM Forum UNI 3.1. October 1995.][Andy_Malis]
16DNS (Domain Name System)
17Distinguished Name[Charles_Lynn]
18AS Number[Charles_Lynn]
19XTP over IP version 4[Mike_Saul]
20XTP over IP version 6[Mike_Saul]
21XTP native mode XTP[Mike_Saul]
22Fibre Channel World-Wide Port Name[Mark_Bakke]
23Fibre Channel World-Wide Node Name[Mark_Bakke]
24GWID[Subra_Hegde]
25AFI for L2VPN information[RFC4761][RFC6074]
26MPLS-TP Section Endpoint Identifier[RFC7212]
27MPLS-TP LSP Endpoint Identifier[RFC7212]
28MPLS-TP Pseudowire Endpoint Identifier[RFC7212]
29MT IP: Multi-Topology IP version 4[RFC7307]
30MT IPv6: Multi-Topology IP version 6[RFC7307]
31-16383Unassigned
16384EIGRP Common Service Family[Donnie_Savage]2008-05-13
16385EIGRP IPv4 Service Family[Donnie_Savage]2008-05-13
16386EIGRP IPv6 Service Family[Donnie_Savage]2008-05-13
16387LISP Canonical Address Format (LCAF)[David_Meyer]2009-11-12
16388BGP-LS[RFC7752]2013-03-20
1638948-bit MAC[RFC7042]2013-05-06
1639064-bit MAC[RFC7042]2013-05-06
16391OUI[RFC7961]2013-09-25
16392MAC/24[RFC7961]2013-09-25
16393MAC/40[RFC7961]2013-09-25
16394IPv6/64[RFC7961]2013-09-25
16395RBridge Port ID[RFC7961]2013-09-25
16396TRILL Nickname[RFC7455]2014-09-02
16397-65534Unassigned
65535Reserved

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AFI-31806 Aquaculture Production Systems

Course

Credits 6.00

Teaching methodContact hours
Lecture18
Tutorial30
Practical35

Language of instruction:

English

Assumed knowledge on:

AFI-20306 Aquaculture and Fisheries; AFI-31306 Life History of Aquatic Organisms.

Contents:

This course deals with the relation between aquatic organisms (algae, fish, crustaceans, molluscs) and their environment, the latter comprising the direct production space and the wider environment in which farms operate. The main aspects of aquaculture systems (extensive and intensive) are addressed considering effluents, water quality management, husbandry (e.g. stocking density, feeding strategies) and overall farm design. A lot of attention is given to biological water quality control though photo- and heterotrophic processes in natural waters or in purpose-build reactors. The focus is on how farm system components and management options determine farming success and sustainability. During the course, the students build and operate recirculating aquaculture production systems, relying on different types of bioreactors. The contribution of each bioreactor to the nutrient balance in systems is analysed, and compared with other bioreactors. This knowledge is applied in the design of a fish farm, including effluent control and management, and dealing with both intensive and extensive types of farming.

Learning outcomes:

After successful completion of this course students are expected to be able to:
- integrate insights in biological, physical and chemical processes occurring in water into the design of sustainable aquaculture production units, while considering input needs and environmental impacts;
- apply and control the main biological processes affecting water quality in aquatic ecosystems;
- calculate the carrying capacity for any type of aquaculture production unit, considering productivity, animal health and wellbeing, and optimize the management of the unit accordingly;
-design and operate outdoor and indoor recirculating aquaculture systems;
-make nutrient mass balances of aquaculture production systems, and integrate them with other aquatic or terrestrial farming activities as part of integrated farming systems;
- apply the principles governing management of aquaculture production systems to the maintenance, design or restoration of natural or man-made aquatic ecosystems.

Activities:

- follow lectures;
- perform practical exercises with recirculation systems containing fish;
- calculate designs of production systems.

Examination:

- written test with 10 open questions (85%);
- individual assignment reports or oral presentations during practicals (15%).
A minimum mark of 5.5 is required for each component.

Literature:

Course guide
Course book
Internet site with course material.

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