Culture of Coldwater Marine Fish
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Publisher: - | ISBN: 0852382766
| edition 2004 | PDF | 544 pages | 3,72 mb
With the continuing decline of commercial stocks of wild-caught fish, the interest in the culture
of cold-water marine fish
is rapidly growing, with much ongoing research into the development of this area. This important and timely book reviews the current and potential future situation concerning the major exploited marine fish species, such as cod, haddock, hake, wolf-fish, halibut, turbot and sole.
The editors of Culture of Cold-Water Marine Fish have drawn together and carefully edited chapters from a wide range of international scientists. The contents list includes detailed reviews of abiotic factors, microbial interactions, prophylaxis and disease, live food and first feeding technologies, brood stock and egg production, functional development, weaning and nursery, on-growing to market size, status and perspectives for the species covered, stock enhancement and sea ranching, and an analysis of the finances, economics and markets for the fish species used in marine aquaculture.
Culture of Cold-Water Marine Fish is an essential purchase for personnel involved in marine aquaculture, whether managing fish farms, supplying equipment and feed to the industry, or researching, studying or teaching the subject. Marine biologists, fisheries scientists, fish biologists, ecologists and environmental scientists
will all find much of use and interest in this timely book. Libraries in all universities and research establishments where these subjects are studied and taught should have copies.
E. Moksness is based at the Institute of Marine Research, Flødevigen Marine ResearchStation,His, Norway, E. Kjørsvik is at the Department of Biology, Brattøra Research Center, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
, Trondheim, Norway and Y. Olsen is at the Trondheim Biological Station, Department of Biology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway.