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2nd International Seafood Byproduct Conference

Anchorage, Alaska, USA
10-13 November 2002

Contact: Donald Kramer
(907) 274-9691 ext. 5
afdek@uaa.alaska.edu


Conference Agenda

updated 14 November 2002

Monday, November 11:
Registration
Introduction
Welcome
Keynote
World Market Overview
Status of Alaska's Fisheries
Products I—Animal Feeds
Reception and Poster Session

Tuesday, November 12:
Registration
Products II—Plant Fertilizers/Alternative Energy/Other Industrial Uses
Products III—Human Food, Supplements, and Pharmaceuticals
Available and Innovative Technologies
Problem Solving—Alaska Model

Wednesday, November 13:
Registration
Product Practices and Logistics
Safety
Future Research and Product Needs—Panel Discussion
Conference Wrap-up


Monday, November 11


Registration — 8:00 am


Introduction — 9:00 am

Jerry Babbitt, National Marine Fisheries Service, Kodiak, Alaska


Welcome — 9:10 am

•Craig Dorman, University of Alaska Statewide System, Fairbanks, Alaska

•Robert Matteri, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Pacific West Area, Albany, California


Keynote — 9:30 am

Fish Processing Waste: Opportunity or Liability
•John S. Kilpatrick, Marine Protein and Oil Consultant, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


World Market Overview — 10:20 am
Ronald W. Hardy, Chair

World Market Overview of Fish Meal and Fish Oil
•Stuart M. Barlow, International Fish Meal and Fish Oil Organization, St Albans, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Growing Requirements for Fish Meals and Fish Oils
•Albert G.J. Tacon, Aquatic Farms Ltd., Kaneohe, Hawaii

Utilization of Fish Byproducts in Iceland
•Sigurjon Arason, Icelandic Fisheries Laboratories and University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland
•Pall G. Palsson, Icelandic Fisheries Laboratories, Reykjavik, Iceland

Byproducts from Chile and the Antarctic
•Max Rutman, Marine Biotechnology Consultant, Santiago, Chile
•Juan Pablo Hinrichsen, Hinrichsen S.A., Santiago, Chile

What Is the Potential Market for Seafood Byproducts in Southeast Asia for Aquaculture and Livestock Feeds?
•Suchart Thanakiatkai, Protector Nutrition (Thailand) Co. Ltd., Bangkok, Thailand

Fish Waste Production and Utilization in the United Kingdom
•Michaela Archer, Sea Fish Industry Authority, Hull, United Kingdom


Status of Alaska's Fisheries — 2:50 pm
Robin Cababa, Chair

Future of Alaska's Fisheries Resources
•Loh-Lee Low, National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, Washington

Utilization of Alaska's Fish Processing Byproducts
•Charles A. Crapo, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fishery Industrial Technology Center, Kodiak, Alaska
•Peter J. Bechtel, USDA-ARS Laboratory, University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, Fairbanks, Alaska

The Potential Fate and Effects of Seafood Processing Wastes Dumped at Sea
•Bodil A. Bluhm, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Institute of Marine Science, Fairbanks, Alaska


Products I—Animal Feeds — 4:15 pm
John S. Kilpatrick, Chair

Marine Byproducts for Aquaculture Use
•Ronald W. Hardy, University of Idaho, Hagerman Fish Culture Experiment Station, Hagerman, Idaho

Opportunities and Challenges of Fish Meal and Fish Oil in Animal Food
•Richard Sellers, American Feed Industry Association, Arlington, Virginia

Developing Unique Feed Ingredients from Fish Byproduct Components
•Peter J. Bechtel, USDA-ARS Laboratory, University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, Fairbanks, Alaska

Modification of Alaskan Fish Meal for Use in Aquatic Feeds
•Ian Forster, The Oceanic Institute, Waimanalo, Hawaii
•Jerry Babbitt, National Marine Fisheries Service, Utilization Research Laboratory, Kodiak, Alaska
•Scott Smiley, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fishery Industrial Technology Center, Kodiak, Alaska


Reception and Poster Session — 6:00 pm


Tuesday, November 12


Registration — 8:00 am


Products II—Plant Fertilizers/Alternative Energy/Other Industrial Uses — 8:30 am
Scott Smiley, Chair

Fish Oils: Properties and Processing
•Subramaniam Sathivel, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fishery Industrial Technology Center, Kodiak, Alaska

Demonstrating the Use of Fish Oil as Fuel in a Large Stationary Diesel Engine
•John Steigers, Steigers Corporation, UniSea Fish Oil Demonstration Project, Centennial, Colorado

Macro- and Micro-Nutrient Composition of Fish Bone Derived from Alaskan Fish Meal Processing: Exploring Possible Uses for Fish Bone Meal
•Ronald B. Johnson, et al., National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle, Washington


Products III—Human Food, Supplements, and
Pharmaceuticals — 9:55 am
Peter J. Bechtel, Chair

Nutraceuticals and Bioactives from Seafood Byproducts
•Fereidoon Shahidi, Memorial University, Department of Biochemistry, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Health, Nutrition, and Disease: Future United States Market Conditions
•Robert Katz,Omega 3 Research Institute, Inc., Bethesda, Maryland
•Joyce Nettleton, Science Communications Consultant, Aurora, Colorado

Functional Protein Isolates from Underutilized Tropical and Subtropical Fish Species and Byproducts
•Hordur G. Kristinsson, University of Florida, Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Gainesville, Florida

Glycosaminoglycans from Sea Squirt Tunic Wastes
•Sung-Hun Jeong, Sham-Hwan Ahn, Jose P. Peralta, Seok-Joong Kang, Yeung-Joon Choi, and Byeong-Dae Choi, Gyeongsang National University, Institute of Marine Industry, Tongyeong, Republic of Korea
•Tae-Sung Jung, Gyeongsang National University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Chinju, Republic of Korea

Pacific Whiting Fish Sauce: Processing and Marketing Potential
•Somjintana Tungkawachara and Jae W. Park, Oregon State University, Seafood Laboratory and Department of Food Science and Technology, Astoria, Oregon


Available and Innovative Technology— 1:15 pm
Anthony Bimbo, Chair

Trends in the Utilization and Production of Seafood Byproducts
•Hans Nissen, Atlas-Stord, Inc., Kansas City, Missouri

Stickwater Concentration by Membrane Filtration
•Leo D. Pedersen, Dantec Engineering, Inc., Danville, California

Utilization of Seafood Byproducts: Why Fish Meal?
•Jette Kristensen, Alfa Laval, Inc., Soborg, Denmark

Modified Silage Process for Fish and Fish Processing Waste
•Peter M. Nicklason, National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, Washington
•Ronald B. Johnson and Harold Barnett, National Marine Fisheries Service, Resource Enhancement and Utilization Technology Division, Seattle, Washington
•Bob Pfutzenreuter, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fishery Industrial Technology Center, Kodiak, Alaska

Process Accounting (PA) Applications to Milkfish Processing
•Jose P. Peralta, College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, Institute of Fish Processing Technology, Iloilo, Philippines


Problem Solving—Alaska Model — 3:20 pm
Marc Jones, Chair

Byproduct Utilization: Available and Innovative Technologies
•Lars Langhoff, ABD-Consulting, Lejre, Denmark

Success in Byproduct Utilization and Marketing
•Bruce Buckmaster, Bio-Oregon, Inc., Astoria, Oregon

Analysis of Fish Meals Made in Alaska
•Scott Smiley, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fishery Industrial Technology Center, Kodiak, Alaska
•Jerry Babbitt, National Marine Fisheries Service, Kodiak, Alaska

Ketchikan Seafood Byproduct Studies: Partnerships in Problem Solving
•Stephanie Madsen, Pacific Seafood Processors Association, Juneau, Alaska


Wednesday, November 13


Registration — 8 am


Product Practices and Logistics — 8:30 am
Donald Kramer, Chair

Cleaner Production Practices in the Seafood Industry Can Add Profits to Your Operation
•Anthony Bimbo, Technical Consultant, Kilmarnock, Virginia

Bycatch Utilization: Southeast Asian Experience
•S. Subasinghe, INFOFISH, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Safety — 9:35 am
Ian Forster, Chair

Microbiological Aspects of Animal Feed Manufacturing: Safety and Quality
•Brian H. Himelbloom, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fishery Industrial Technology Center, Kodiak, Alaska

The Impact of Food Safety and Competitive Markets on Byproduct Recovery Strategies
•Alan Ismond, Aqua-Terra Consultants, Bellevue, Washington


Panel Discussion—Future Research and Product Needs — 10:40 am
Chris Mitchell, Moderator


Conference Wrap-up — 12:10 pm


Poster Sessions

Bait for the Longline Fishery for Snapper (Pagrus auratus)
•Francisco Blaha, Seafood R&D, Auckland, New Zealand

High-Value Products from Philippine Halymenia Species
•Annabelle V. Briones, Wilhelmina O. Ambal, Romulo R. Estrella, and Merle A. Villanueva, Industrial Technology Development Institute, Department of Science and Technology, Metro Manila, Philippines

Effect of Chitosan on Gelling Properties of Thai Catfish (Pangasius sutchi)
•Attaya Kungsuwan, Bordin Ittipong, and Orawan Kongpan, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperative Fishery Technological Development Institute, Bangkok, Thailand
•Suthep Limsooksomboon and Chantip Limthongkun, Srinakarinthraviroth University, Department of Nutrition, Bangkok, Thailand

Shelf-Life Extension of Mangosteen by Chitosan
•Attaya Kungsuwan, Bordin Ittipong, and Sornchai Mitsuwan, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Department of Fisheries, Bangkok, Thailand
•Pawared Inthuserd and Samrual Dokmaihom, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Department of Agricultural Extension, Bangkok, Thailand

Problems Encountered in the Efficient Usage of Fishery Byproducts for Edible and Non-edible Purposes
•Liudmila B. Mukhina, National Center of Quality and Safety of Fishery Products, St. Petersburg, Russia

The Toxicological Estimation of Action Mercaptobenzothiazol-2 on Animals
•Sirojiddin Farmonov, BAHOR, Tashkent City, Uzbekistan


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