Group 3: EIA Class Activity (Mega shrimp farming project in Malaysia …
Group 3: EIA Class Activity
Major issue of shrimp farming in Bangladesh
Persecution of human right
Different level standard between rich and poor people
No food source for animal
Livestock to thin
Area of food sources was destroyed for shrimp farming project
Mega shrimp farming project in Malaysia
Thousands of Sabah poor rail against expansion of Mega Shrimp Project
Reasons of Objection
Fear to lost another1000 acres of mangrove land
Destroy source of income and livelihood of villagers
Gives ecological effect
They promised to create 3000 job opportunities, but less than 30 were employed.
RM1.23 billion project (Pitas Shrimp Park)
Built in 2014
over 2300 acres
Launched by Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman
included in baseline date
in aquaculture project
(A) Topography condition of an area
ii) Size of area & depth
The good results come from the suitable area and depth.
i) Exposure & wave actions
It is to avoid damage of the cages structure,which is the cages should be allocated in sheltered areas protected from strong wind and wave.
iii) Bottom condition
The study of bottom condition in the sampling point is important to identify the substrate at the different sampling point.
(B) Physical Criteria
iii) Water Temperature
The ideal water temperature for cage culture depends on the cultured species, the optimum temperatures for the species selected.
ii) Current Movement
positioning the cage on the gridllne
i) Suspended Soils
caused by the water runoff from river or stream.
( D) Site selection
i) Enough area for construction
Reliability quality of water
ii) Requirement culture system on site
iii) Land ownership
(C) Water Quality
(iii) Hydrogen ion index ( pH) & Salinity
(ii) Biological Oxygen Demand ( BOD)
(i) Dissolve Oxygen (DO)
v) Pollutant from other Sources
:warning: Oil Spills
:warning: Agricultural waste
:warning: Animal waste