Abstract: It is required to check the fishery environment in real time and respond to emergency situations, thereby reduce the mortality rate in fish farm. The marine cage farms in Korea are vulnerable to natural disasters such as high temperature and red tide because they are concentrated in semi-enclosed coastal areas and inner areas with low seawater circulation and hydraulically stable. Inaccurate water quality information management has caused massive human deaths, resulting in an increase in the production cost of farmed fisheries and a decrease in competitiveness. In order to solve these problems, a variety of fish farm technologies are being developed in the world. In this study, we introduce the developed technologies to minimize the risks of proposed fish farm management and suggest ways of using this system to enhance competitiveness. As a result each relevant organization can monitor and predict in advance, so that, we can actively cope with emergency fishing village and fishing farm effectively.
Heung-Soe Kim, Woori Ko and JaeSoo Yang, 2018. An Effective Risk Management Method with Accurate Water Quality Measuring System in Fish Farm. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13: 8733-8736.