Largemouth Bass Aquaculture is an important resource for those working in aquaculture, including fish farm operatives and managers, veterinarians and fish health managers, inspectors and consultants. Personnel within companies supplying the aquaculture industry with feed, technical equipment and pharmaceuticals will find a wealth of useful information within this book. Libraries in all universities and establishments teaching and researching aquaculture, fish biology, ichthyology, fisheries, aquatic sciences and veterinary studies should have copies of this comprehensive book on their shelves.
Farmed sea bass and sea bream are high-value fish, making significant contributions to the economies of many countries. This important book gives particular emphasis to rapid diagnosis and response to the most dangerous pathologies, which can cause severe economic losses in affected fish farms. This book will be an essential purchase for fish farm operatives and managers, veterinarians, fish health managers and inspectors, consultants, fish pathologists, microbiologists, and parasitologists. By Pierpaolo Patarnello, Niccolo Vendramin HB (spiral) ISBN: 9781910455791
In recent years there have been some major developments and a greatly increased recognition of the importance of more sustainable and environmentally-friendly fishing and fish-farming methods. Edited by: Trevor Ward and Bruce Phillips Hardcover, 472 pages 2008
Concentrating on the most modern and efficient techniques available for value addition, Seafood Processing: Adding Value Through Quick Freezing, Retortable Packaging, Cook-Chilling and Other Methods is a comprehensive and informative book that presents both the merits and limitations of these techniques, giving future direction in process developments for seafood processing.
Shellfish Aquaculture and the Environment focuses primarily on the issues surrounding environmental sustainability of shellfish aquaculture. The chapters in this book provide readers with the most current data available on topics such as resource enhancement and habitat restoration. Shellfish Aquaculture and the Environment is also an invaluable resource for those looking to develop and implement environmental best management practices.
The growth in the demand for and culture of shrimp has exceeded most expectations and this growth is expected to continue until at least 2025. A proper knowledge of the economics, market and trade for shrimp is now as important to shrimp farmers and aquaculture scientists in the future of shrimp, as is disease management or husbandry. Print on Demand Title
The Sparidae, commonly known as breams and porgies, is a family of fishes of the order Perciformes, and includes about 115 species of mainly marine coastal fish of high economic value, exploited and farmed for human consumption, as well as for recreational purposes.