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Harvesting Polluted Waters : Waste Heat and Nutrient-Loaded Effluents in the Aquaculture

Author: O Devik
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1976.
Series: Environmental science research.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Waste heat from thermal power generation and waste minerals from domestic sewage are polluting rivers and coastal waters. It would thus be an important step forward if these pollutants could be made productive in aquaculture. The proposal to call a meeting of experts on Waste Heat and Nutrient-Loaded Efflu ents in Aquaculture came from Dr. Ole Devik. His proposal was accepted and sponsored by the Special Program  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: O Devik
ISBN: 9781461343288 1461343283 9781461343301 1461343305
OCLC Number: 858881733
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Waste Heat and Nutrient-Loaded Effluents in the Aquaculture: The Setting of the Problem --
Controlled Primary Production in Marine Systems: Potentialities of Select Species/Control of Unwanted Grazers --
The Technical Production of Microalgae and Its Prospects in Marine Aquaculture --
Nitrogen and Phosphorus as Algal Growth-Limiting Nutrients in Waste-Receiving Waters --
Effects of Cooling Water Discharge on Primary Production and Composition of Bottom Fauna in a Fjord --
A One-Dimensional Model for Prediction of Excess Temperatures in a Fjord --
The Role of Filter Feeders in Stabilizing Phytoplankton Communities with Some Considerations for Aquaculture --
Large-Scale Culturing Systems --
Salient Features of Coastal Waters for Aquaculture --
Marine Greenhouse Systems: The Entrainment of Large Water Masses --
Dialysis Cultures in Integrated Aquaculture --
Food Chains and Their Use: Mussels, Mollusks, and Bivalves --
Integrated Systems of Mollusk Culture --
Factors Affecting the Relation between Feeding and Growth in Bivalves --
The Introduction of New Species in Habitats of Heated Effluents --
Safeguards in the Exploitation of Domestic Effluents for Aquaculture --
Food Chains and Their Use: Fish and Fish Fry --
Heated Effluent for the Rearing of Fry --
For Farming and for Release --
The Ecology of a Texas Bay --
Higher Plants as the Basis for Alternate Food Chains: Their Potentialities in Relation to Mass Culture of Microalgae --
Discussion and Index --
Concluding Discussion.
Series Title: Environmental science research.
Responsibility: edited by O. Devik.

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