by Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn University in Auburn University, Ala .
Written in English
|Statement||Claude E. Boyd.|
|Contributions||Boyd, Claude E.|
|LC Classifications||SH154 .B68 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 482 p. :|
|Number of Pages||482|
|LC Control Number||94188434|
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features Water quality in ponds for aquaculture. Claude E. Boyd. Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn Aquaculture Fish culture Fish-culture Fishes Nature Science / General Technology & Engineering / Fisheries & Aquaculture Water quality. Water quality in ponds for aquaculture. Auburn University, Ala.: Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn University, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Claude E Boyd. Aquaculture pond managers measure water-quality variables and attempt to maintain them within optimal ranges for shrimp and fish, but surprisingly little attention is paid to pond soil condition. Soil-water interactions can strongly impact water quality, and soil factors should be considered in aquaculture pond management. expanded to include much more information about water quality in marine shrimp ponds. The new book, as the title suggests, discusses water quality independent of the pond aquaculture production system, although water quality in ponds remains the major theme. The new book has been completely reorganized and revised, with the big change being a.
It also publishes academic books and conference proceedings. C.E. "Water quality in ponds for Aquaculture". Birmingham Publishing Co. Birmingham, Alabama, USA. has been cited by the following article: in water of Lake Chamo, was done from July, to April, The water was taken from three different sites of the lake in July. Although groundwater is the most desirable water source for aquaculture worldwide (Summerfelt, ), in international practice the extensive farms have slowly been replaced by more intensive con- figurations for fish production due to sustainability issues of ground- water use, e.g. ). Bhatnagar and Singh () studied the pond fish culture in relation to water quality in Haryana. However, the present chapter would provide the basic guidelines, parameter wise for the fish farmers in obtaining high fish yield in low input via maintaining water quality of their Size: 1MB. Water supplies for aquaculture systems may naturally be oflow quality or polluted by human activity, but in most instances, the primary reason for water quality impairment is the culture activity itself. Manures, fertilizers, and feeds applied to ponds to enhance production only can be partially converted 5/5(3).
The book begins with preliminary background discussions about the importance of water quality management in aquaculture and what the authors want to accomplish with this book. They include an interesting fact, namely that the book is self-published so as to keep the price affordable, ($). Water supplies for aquaculture systems may naturally be oflow quality or polluted Because those organisms live in water, the major environ- mental concern within the culture system is water quality. Water supplies for aquaculture systems may naturally be oflow quality or polluted by human activity, but in most instances, the primary reason for /5(11). Water quality is a critical factor when culturing any aquatic organism. Optimal water quality varies by species and must be monitored to ensure growth and survival. The quality of the water in the production systems can significantly affect the organism’s health and the costs associated with getting a product to the market. Water quality in ponds for aquaculture. Written Paper. Water quality in ponds for aquaculture.  Boyd C.E. Access the full text NOT AVAILABLE. Lookup at Google Scholar Access the full text NOT AVAILABLE. Lookup at Google Scholar.