Encyclopedia of Aquaculture

This encyclopedia includes information on the basic culture requirements of the predominant species being cultured around the world and some that are under development.

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"...a comprehensive, one-stop reference..." (Food Science & Technology Abstracts, Vol 32/11, 2000) "New and unique, this encyclopedia admirably provides a cross-section of up-to-date and informative material." (Choice, Vol. 39, No. 5, January 2002)
Author:
Robert R. Stickney

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This encyclopedia includes information on the basic culture requirements of the predominant species being cultured around the world and some that are under development.

Review:

"...a comprehensive, one-stop reference..." (Food Science & Technology Abstracts, Vol 32/11, 2000) "New and unique, this encyclopedia admirably provides a cross-section of up-to-date and informative material." (Choice, Vol. 39, No. 5, January 2002)

Long description

A comprehensive, one-stop reference to the science, technology, and economics of aquaculture Technological advances, coupled with the mounting pressures of global food production, have dramatically changed aquaculture in recent decades. And while there has been an explosion of books and articles on its different facets, none of these provide a single comprehensive reference to this evolving and fascinating field. With an emphasis on current trends and sustainable practices, the Encyclopedia of Aquaculture presents complete A-to-Z coverage for a multitude of scientific, technical, and economic topics encompassed by the discipline. From abalone to zooplankton culture, over 150 timely and authoritative entries explore such areas as: Primary species being cultured worldwide, as well as species under development Echinoderms, molluscs, crustaceans, and finfishes Aquaculture for food, research, bait, aquariums, and endangered species recovery Management techniques for water and feed quality as well as disease control Different aquaculture systems-from pond production to marine net-pens Environmental issues and the economic feasibility of closed and offshore systems Business plans, marketing, and sales Complete with photographs, illustrations, and graphs as well as references to the extensive literature, the Encyclopedia of Aquaculture is a handy, easily accessible resource for scientists and professionals in aquaculture as well as individuals wishing to expand their knowledge of the field.

Product details

Author:
Robert R. Stickney
Editor:
Robert R. Stickney
Format:
Hardcover
Publisher:
Wiley-Interscience
ISBN:
9780471291015
Audience:
Academic
Pages:
1088
Width (mm):
226
Length (mm):
289
Additional Info:
ROBERT R. STICKNEY, PhD, is the Director of the Texas Sea Grant College Program at Texas A&M University.
Table of Contents:
  • Abalone culture
  • aeration systems
  • algae
  • alkalinity
  • alligator aquaculture
  • anaesthetics
  • antibiotics
  • antinutritional factors
  • aquatic vegetation control
  • Australian redclaw crayfish
  • ayu culture
  • bacterial disease agent
  • baitfish culture
  • barramundi
  • biochemical oxygen demand
  • (Part contents)

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