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Finfish aquaculture diversification

Author: Nathalie R Le François
Publisher: Wallingford, UK ; Cambridge, MA : CABI, ©2010.
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This book contains 27 chapters on finfish aquaculture. The chapters were designated into four main topics: I. Aquaculture diversification an introduction (contains the first seven chapters namely: fish culture: achievements and challenges, fish culture: the rearing environment, fish culture: feeds and feeding, farmed species and their characteristics, considerations for the selection and commercialization of new or  Read more...
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Finfish aquaculture diversification.
Wallingford, UK ; Cambridge, MA : CABI, ©2010
(DLC) 2009015984
(OCoLC)298786512
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nathalie R Le François
ISBN: 9781845937522 184593752X
OCLC Number: 635947409
Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 681 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents: Fish culture : achievements and challenges / Malcolm Jobling --
Fish culture : the rearing environment / Malcolm Jobling --
Fish culture : Feeds and feeding / Malcolm Jobling --
Farmed species and their characteristics / Malcolm Jobling --
Considerations for the selection and commercialization of new or alternate species / Nathalie R. Le François, David Otton and Guillaume Werstink --
A systematic market approach to species diversification : a French case study / Marc Suquet --
The agribusiness approach / David Otton and Lawrence Dooley --
Quantitative approaches for identifying finfish species suited for sustainable and productive aquaculture / Nathalie R. Le François, Arianne Savoie and Pierre U. Blier --
The sturgeons (family : acipenseridae) / Matthew Litvak --
Milkfish (family : chanidae) / Cheng-Sheng Lee and Chin-fa Liu --
The catfish (family : ictaluridae) / Jeffrey Silverstein, Terrill Hanson and Brian Bosworth --
The salmonids (family : salmonidae) / Malcolm Jobling, Arne-Mikal Arnesen, Tillman Benfey, Chris Carter, Ronald Hardy, Nathalie R. Le Franȯis, Robyn O'Keefe, Juha Koskela and Simon G. Lamarre --
The codfishes (family : gadidae) Björn Björnsson, Matthew Litvak, Edward A. Trippel and Marc Suquet --
The snooks (family : centropomidae) / Chris Carter, Brett Glencross, Robin S. Katersky and Michel Bermudes --
The temperate basses (family : moronidae) / Malcolm Jobling, Stefano Peruzzi and Curry Woods --
Seabreams and porgies (family : sparidae) / Malcolm Jobling and Stefano Peruzzi --
Tilapia (family : cichlidae) / Kevin Fitzsimmons and Wade O. Watanabe --
Drum-fish or croakers (family : sciaenidae) / Juan P. Lazo, Joan G. Holt, Christian Fauvel, Marc Suquet and Loic Quéméner --
The wolffishes (family : anarhichadidae) / Nathalie R. Le François, Helge Tveiten, Laura C. Halfyard and Atle Foss --
The tunas (family : scombridae) / Chris Carter, Barbara Nowak and Steven Clarke --
The flatfishes (order : pleuronectiformes) / Albert K. Imsland --
Marketing new species / James A. Young --
Diversification pays : economic perspectives on investment in diversified aquaculture / James R. Wilson and Bruno Archer --
Offshore and recirculation technologies / Richard Langan and Michel Couturier --
Valorization of aquaculture by-products / Pierre U. Blier and Nathalie R. Le François --
Organic and ecolabelling / James A. Young --
The future of aquaculture : insights from economic theory / Gunnar Knapp.
Responsibility: edited by Nathalie R. Le François [and others].

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The book also offers a basic framework in order to support investment strategies for research and development efforts aimed at the emergence of a profitable finfish aquaculture industry and presents  Read more...

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