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Evaluation of Closed-Containment Technologies for Saltwater Salmon Aquaculture

Out of Print
By: E Michael P Chadwick(Editor), G Jay Parsons(Editor), Boumy Sayavong(Editor)
160 pages, b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables, inlcudes CD-ROM
Evaluation of Closed-Containment Technologies for Saltwater Salmon Aquaculture
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  • Evaluation of Closed-Containment Technologies for Saltwater Salmon Aquaculture ISBN: 9780660199689 Paperback Jan 2010 Out of Print #210292
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Evaluation of Closed-Containment Technologies for Saltwater Salmon Aquaculture informs proponents and opponents of saltwater salmon aquaculture of the current state of closed-containment technologies to restrict and control interactions between farmed fish and the external aquatic environment. In addition to an introductory chapter, there are six chapters written by renowned experts, including a review of past experiences and 42 case studies from around the world, reviews of biological and animal health requirements for commercial-scale rearing of salmon, a review of engineering designs for floating systems and a review of the five types of production system available for rearing of Atlantic salmon.

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Out of Print
By: E Michael P Chadwick(Editor), G Jay Parsons(Editor), Boumy Sayavong(Editor)
160 pages, b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables, inlcudes CD-ROM
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