Modelling large-scale aquatic systems to the highest environmental standards
Addresses regulatory and planning constraints for aquatic environments. EcoWin is an ecological modelling platform informing large-scale aquatic development decisions. Calculate carrying capacity metrics for complex systems for bays, fjords, lakes or entire coastlines
Develop aquaculture planning at the system-scale to determine sustainable expansion limits, regulatory compliance and optimisation of aquatic system management.
Promote aquaculture environmental stewardship by quantifying farming footprints and how they interact with each other. Maintain the highest environmental standards by knowing the carrying capacity for aquaculture zones.
Integration of water circulation and land nutrient modelling provide the highest standard of ecosystem management for development scenario optimisation using peer-review science.
Applied in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa for regulatory and development agencies to promote sustainable development of aquaculture and fisheries.
ECOWIN uses a dynamic modelling engine to support ecosystem approaches to aquatic management. The analytics provided account for incorporate land inputs, water circulation and numerous emission sources to main the highest stewardship standards for farms, consumers and society
EcoWin addresses aquaculture sustainability so that aquaculture can maintain the highest stewardship standards for farms, consumers and society
ECOWIN provides governance stakeholders the opportunity to inform policy-making that maximises the sustainability of the aquaculture industry. Incorporating carrying capacity into systems management presents a powerful approach to optimise resources whilst maintaining sounds ecological standards.
ECOWIN is coupled with a number of supporting models that quantify disease risk spatially based on pathogen characteristics and water circulation patterns. Disease risk is of paramount importance to ensure reduce the impact of disease events in protein production.
ECOWIN models the effects of climate change for aquaculture. Analysing changes in growth, environmental effects and profitability provides actionable information for farmers, regulators and other stakeholders about measures that promote resilience and food security challenges linked to climate change.