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Design And Operating Guide For Aquaculture Seawater Systems

Author : J. Colt
ISBN : 0080527531
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book provides, in one place, basic information and considerations necessary to plan, build and operate seawater systems for culturing purposes. It provides design, construction and operations guidance for seawater (salinities from freshwater to brine) systems with flow rates of 10-1,000 gallons (40-4,000 liters) per minute. While the book concentrates on general circumstances, situations and concepts, comprehensive referencing of text and annotated bibliographies are provided in critical technical areas to allow readers to pursue specialized areas of interest. This upgraded and expanded Second Edition contains a considerably increased number of numerical examples relative to the first edition to demonstrate practical applications of the concepts and presented data.

Design And Operating Guide For Aquaculture Seawater Systems

Author : John E. Huguenin
ISBN : MINN:31951000461426A
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The Literature Of Agricultural Engineering

Author : Carl W. Hall
ISBN : 0801428122
Genre : Business & Economics
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The second of a seven-volume series, The Literature of the Agricultural Sciences, this book analyzes the trends in published literature of agricultural engineering during the past century with emphasis on the last forty years. It uses citation analysis and other bibliometric techniques to identify the most important journals, report series, and monographs for the developed countries as well as those in the Third World.

Aquaculture Engineering

Author : Odd-Ivar Lekang
ISBN : 9781118496091
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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As aquaculture continues to grow at a rapid pace, understanding theengineering behind aquatic production facilities is of increasingimportance for all those working in the industry. Aquacultureengineering requires knowledge of the many general aspects ofengineering such as material technology, building design andconstruction, mechanical engineering, and environmentalengineering. In this comprehensive book now in its secondedition, author Odd-Ivar Lekang introduces these principles anddemonstrates how such technical knowledge can be applied toaquaculture systems. Review of the first edition: 'Fish farmers and other personnel involved in the aquacultureindustry, suppliers to the fish farming business and designers andmanufacturers will find this book an invaluable resource. The bookwill be an important addition to the shelves of all libraries inuniversities and research institutions where aquaculture,agriculture and environmental sciences are studied andtaught.' Aquaculture Europe 'A useful book that, hopefully, will inspire successors thatfocus more on warm water aquaculture and on large-scale mariculturesuch as tuna farming.' Cision

Crc Handbook Of Mariculture

Author : James P. McVey
ISBN : 0849302552
Genre : Science
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The Second Edition of the CRC Handbook of Mariculture provides an extensive comparison of marine shrimp culture techniques from around the world. This extensively revised and updated Second Edition focuses on growout systems that have contributed to the production success of shrimp farms and systems worldwide. Topics covered include methods for the culture and preparation of algae, rotifers, Artemia, and other foodstuffs for use in crustacean farms; recent developments on enriching larval food organisms to improve crustacean diets; conditioning and spawning penaeid shrimp; obtaining and manipulating shrimp eggs and sperm for controlled reproduction and use of intensive nursery raceways for juvenile shrimp production; and discussions of many types of marine shrimp growout systems. In addition, culture systems used in Hawaii, Ecuador, Taiwan, and Japan are described in detail. Significant new information from Japan on hormonal control of penaeid shrimp maturation and spawning is discussed. Marine shrimp and Macrobrachium shrimp diseases by the foremost authorities in the area are presented with detailed photographs and illustrations to help identify diseases. The book also includes an update on American lobster larval and juvenile culture.

Corals In A Changing World

Author : Carmenza Duque
ISBN : 9789535139096
Genre : Science
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Corals comprise a wide variety of colonial marine invertebrates belonging to the Phylum Cnidaria. Their polyps form the most colorful, complete, and diverse communities on the Earth resembling underwater cities, commonly called coral reefs, which host a wide variety of invertebrates and fish species. They are highly productive ecosystems, contribute to the health of the biosphere, and offer a good number of economic and ecological services to coastal populations and to many people around the world. However, due to a diverse number of natural and anthropogenic stressors, corals have shown a severe decline over the past few decades. Being aware of the importance and relevance of the facts described, the book "Corals in a Changing World" offers new scientific information regarding the actual status and, in some cases, the resilience state of coral reef systems. Timely information is critical for managers and decision makers to implement sustainable management measures according to the ecological condition of coral reefs. In addition, the book also discusses the use of well-maintained coral microcosms to provide a good basis for performing experiments with natural fluctuations and to present studies dedicated to the coral diversity characterization and to their importance as a source of important biological compounds, which could be converted into industrial products.

Recirculation Aeration

Author : Peter W. Perschbacher
ISBN : 9780788123948
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Contains over 1,100 literature citations through 1992 related to water recirculation and aeration in aquaculture. The focus is on filtration, aeration, and circulation techniques in various aquaculture situations. Provides broad exposure to water quality, organics removal, invertebrate and algal culture systems, diseases and sterilization, and economics. References on partial recycled systems utilizing waste water treatment processes, and relevant sanitary engineering are also included.

Aquaculture Water Reuse Systems Engineering Design And Management

Author : M.B. Timmons
ISBN : UCSD:31822020595328
Genre : Nature
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The demand for high quality aquacultured products and an increasing concern for resource conservation has led individuals and large corporations to invest time and money in commercial scale recirculating production systems. However, there are relatively few reports of profitable recirculating production systems in operation. There is little doubt that most fish reared in ponds, floating net pens, or raceways can be produced in commercial scale recirculating systems. The objective of this book is to provide basic information and analytical skills for the reader so that they may make the proper design or investment decisions concerning water reuse and recycle systems. The chapters of this book are sequenced to provide continuity to a basic approach that would be used in designing a water reuse or recycle system. The chapter authors contributing to this book have written extensively in the literature already on the particular subject being addressed in their chapter. Considerable background information on the basic processes being presented is also given in each chapter to supplement the basic design information being provided. These chapters should provide the reader with essentially all the information required in order to design and manage a water reuse system. The book is written for engineers and biologists working in the area of intensive fish culture. The text should also prove useful as a design manual for practising aquaculturists and as a resource of current "state-of-the-art" methodologies associated with water reuse systems.

Aquaculture Magazine

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ISBN : UCSD:31822009363136
Genre : Aquaculture
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Guide To Site Selection Design And Construction Of Dredged Material Containment Areas For Aquaculture

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ISBN : UVA:35007002451601
Genre : Dredging spoil
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