Handbook for Aquaculture Water Quality

Efficient aquaculture production depends upon maintaining acceptable water quality conditions in culture units.


By: Claude E. Boyd and Craig S. Tucker

2014 438 pages
SKU: 978-0-692-22187-7
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This handbook discusses background information from chemistry, physics, biology, and engineering necessary for understanding the principles of water quality management in aquaculture.  It also provides practical information about the approaches and treatments that can be used to enhance water quality in aquaculture systems.  It is an excellent resource for aquaculture scientists, students, and producers.

31 chapters

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