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by Gary A Wedemeyer

Fish Hatchery Management download ebook
ISBN:
0851996272
ISBN13:
978-0851996271
Author:
Gary A Wedemeyer
Publisher:
CABI; 2nd edition (March 2002)
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Pages:
751 pages
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1682 kb
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1720 kb
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Nature & Ecology
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Rating:
4.9

Fish Hatchery Management book.

Fish Hatchery Management book. Published in North and Central America by the American Fisheries. Details (if other): Cancel.

Fish culture in hatcheries and other aquacultural facilities is becoming much more intensive all over the world Wedemeyer, Gary.

Fish culture in hatcheries and other aquacultural facilities is becoming much more intensive all over the world. The success of all kinds of fish rearing depends on the quality of management and this depends, in turn, on understanding the biology of fishes and the aquatic environment in which they live Wedemeyer, Gary.

Why and when are data and information needed in fisheries management?Types of knowledge and the role of the and the precautionary approachWhat tools can be used to generate information to advise management?Scientific advice for managementUsing the knowledge in nting information to ive managementSynthesis and outlookSources and.

Published by American Fisheries Society, January 2002.

The book concludes by exploring the biological, physical, and chemical methods of minimizing the fish pathogen load in hatchery water supplies.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Gary A. Wedemeyer (Author). The book concludes by exploring the biological, physical, and chemical methods of minimizing the fish pathogen load in hatchery water supplies. Thorough and complete, this indispensable resource provides professionals in fishery, biology, aquaculture, and naturalresource management with the basic technical knowledge needed to improve management of the interactions between fish and the chemical, physical, and biological factors in the rearing environment.

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Gary A. Wedemeyer, Richard L. Saunders, William C. Clarke . Abstract The physiological effects of catch-and-release fishing on largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides from Lake Powell and Mantua Reservoir, Utah, were evaluated, and an estimate of the tim. More). Abstract The use of hatcheries has been a subject of lengthy debate in the management of salmon and trout resources in the Pacific Northwest. The problem has resulted in part from the wid.

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* Published in North and Central America by the American Fisheries Society. * Available exclusively from CABI Publishing in all other territories of the world.* Second edition of a leading fish culture manual* Relevant for both private and public fish culture* Vital as a training tool and as a day to day hatchery resourceThis second edition expands and updates the original Fish Hatchery Management, the preeminent fish culture manual, originally published in 1982, which has been used in universities and training centres to train new generations of culturists. The new edition has been completely rewritten by experts to include major advances in hatchery operation, in practical knowledge about raising high-quality fish, and in optimal use of cultured fishes in management programs. This up-to-date volume is greatly needed as a training tool and day-to-day hatchery resource. Like the first edition, the book includes a great deal of information about particular species, but its focus remains on the requirements and practical operation of culture systems. The new edition covers advances in production, water issues, transportation, stocking, open systems, controlled systems, semi-controlled systems, broodstocks and spawning, nutrition and feeding, fish health, and special considerations. Authors have developed chapters for relevance to both private and public fish culture.
Reviews:
  • Mr Freeman
This seems to be a reprint made using standard copier technology, which means that photos
from the original did not get reproduced properly. Diagrams, charts and all text are reproduced
perfectly.

Still, for the money, I rate this as a good buy.
  • Jockahougu
Great reference text.
  • Hudora
Good
  • Marr
This book is aimed more for hatcheries that are raising Trout, Salmon, Catfish and other food fishes. However, there is so much information in this book that even ornamental fish hatcheries will find an incredible amount of useful information. The chapters on Fish Nutrition are especially helpful.