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Advances in Fisheries Bioengineering

By: Stephen V Amaral, Dilip Mathur and Edward P Taft
Advances in Fisheries Bioengineering
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  • Advances in Fisheries Bioengineering ISBN: 9781934874028 Paperback Dec 2008 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Authors who are leaders in their field examine a wide range of new research associated with fish passage (upstream and downstream), water intake fish protection technologies, sampling technologies, and techniques for assessing fishway performance and migration behaviors, aquaculture, and habitat restoration and enhancement.

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By: Stephen V Amaral, Dilip Mathur and Edward P Taft
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