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Details of Dr Olivier Edmond Decamp   


Gender male
Job title Product Manager Farm & Feedmill
INVE Aquaculture 471 Bond Street
Tel +66 (0)2 960 0200
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Website http://www.inveaquaculture.com, http://www.linkedin.com/in/olivierdecamp
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Degree Ph.D. in Zoology (Leicester University, UK - 1996) Certificiate in Environmental Technology (Leicester University, UK - 1990) BSc in Biology (Namur Un
Job type Commercial (Sales & Marketing)
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products
Research Activities Responsible for aquaculture health products. Target organisms: shrimp and fish, marine and freshwater

Responsable pour les produits de sante aquacole (crevettes et poissons)
Research Region Aquaculture in Asia, Europe and Latin America
Skills/Expertise Aquatic animal heath professional, PhD in microbial ecology, with broad experience in aquaculture health management. Working experience in numerous countries. >10 years in academia 13 years in industry Specialties:Expertise in health management for shrimp and fish, larviculture and ongrowing. Research and development skills. Training and supporting sales teams. Communication with customers.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr Olivier DECAMP)

Avella, M.A., Gioacchini, G., Decamp, O., Makridis, P., Bracciatelli, C. and Carnevali, O. 2010. Application of multi-species of Bacillus in sea bream larviculture. Aquaculture 305: 12-19
Balcázar, J.L., Decamp, O., Vendrell, D., De Blas, I. and Ruiz-Zarzuela. 2008. Health and nutritional properties of probiotics in fish and shellfish. Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease 18:65-70
Decamp, O., Moriarty, D.J.W. and Lavens, P. 2008. Probiotics for shrimp larviculture: review of field data from Asia and Latin America. Aquaculture Research 39:334-338
Decamp, O., Conquest, L., Cody, J, Forster, I and Tacon, A.G.J. 2007 Effect of Shrimp Stocking Density on Size-fractionated Phytoplankton and Ecological Groups of Ciliated Protozoa within Zero-water Exchange Shrimp Culture Systems. Journal of the World Aquaculture 38:395-406
Decamp, O., Otoshi, C.A. and Moss, S.M. 2006. Protozoans and Meiofauna Inhabiting a Bead Filter: A Preliminary Investigation of Their Role as Potential Bioindicators of Shrimp Production System Health. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 37:481-489
Makridis, P., S. Martins, T. Vercauteren, K. Van Driessche, O. Decamp, and M. T. Dinis. [2005] Evaluation of candidate probiotic strains for gilthead sea bream larvae (Sparus aurata) using an in vivo approach. Letters in Applied Microbiology 40: 274-277.
Nagano, N. & Decamp, O. [2004] Ingestion of a ciliated protozoa by first-feeding larval stage of Pacific white shrimp, Litopennaeus vannamei (Boone). Aquaculture Research 35, 516-518
Decamp, O. [2004]. Probiotics in aquaculture: A commentary based on some recent observations. Aqua Feeds: Formulation & Beyond. Volume 1, Issue 4, 2004, pages 12-13.
Decamp, O., Cody, J., Conquest, L., Delanoy, G., Tacon, A.G.J. [2003] Effect of salinity on natural community and production of Litopenaeus vannamei (Boone), within experimental zero-water exchange culture systems. Aquaculture Research 34,1-11.
Tacon, AG.J. , Cody, J.J., Conquest, L.D., Divakaran, S., Forster, I.P., Decamp, O.E. [2002] Effect of culture system on the nutrition and growth performance of Pacific white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei (Boone) fed different diets. Aquaculture Nutrition 8(2),121-137
Decamp, O., Conquest, L., Forster, I., Tacon, A.G.J. [2002] The nutrition and feeding of marine shrimp within zero-water exchange aquaculture production systems: role of eukaryotic microorganisms. In: Microbial Approaches to Aquatic Nutrition within Environmentally Sound Aquaculture Production Systems. C.-S. Lee & P. O'Bryen, editors. The World Aquaculture Society, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Pages 79-86.
Decamp, O. and Warren, A. [2001] Abundance, biomass and viability of bacteria in wastewaters: impact of treatment in horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands. Water Research 35(14),3496-501.
Harper, D.M.; Ebrahim-Nezhad, M.; Taylor, E.; Dickinson, S.; Decamp, O.; Verniers, G.; Balbi, T. [1999] A Catchment-scale approach to the physical restoration of lowland rivers. Aquat. Conserv. Mar. Fresh. Ecosyst. Vol 9, pp 141-157
Decamp, O.; Tsujino, M.; Kamiyama, T. [1999] Abundance of naked amoebae in sediments of a eutrophic bay of the Seto Inland Sea of Japan. J. Euk. Microbiol., Vol 46, pp 160-164
Decamp, O.; Warren, A. [1999] Investigation of E. coli removal in various designs of subsurface flow wetlands used for wastewater treatment. Ecol.Engin., Vol 14, pp 293-299
Decamp, O.; Rajendran, N. [1998] Bacterial loss and degradation of bacterial membrane in preserved seawater samples. Mar. Pollut. Bull., Vol 36, pp 856-859
Decamp, O.; Rajendran, N. [1998] Assessment of bacterioplankton viability by membrane integrity. Mar. Pollut. Bull., Vol 36, pp 739-741.
Decamp, O.; Warren, A. [1998] Bacterivory in ciliates isolated from constructed wetlands (reed beds) used for wastewater treatment. Wat. Res., Vol 32, pp 1989-1996
Decamp, O.; Rajendran, N.; Nakano, H.; Nair, G.B. [1998] Estimation of the viability of Vibrio cholerae by assessing cell membrane integrity. Microbios, Vol 92, pp 83-89

Created: 2004-10-04 Last Updated: 2015-05-15 by Olivier DECAMP