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Finfish aquaculture diversification

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 alternate species, a systematic market approach to species diversification : a French case, and the agribusiness approach), II. Finfish species description and biotechnical analysis (contains chapters 8 to 21 namely : quantitative approaches for identifying finfish species suited for sustainable and productive aquaculture, the sturgeons (Family : Acipenseridae), milkfish (Family : Chanidae), the catfish (Family : Ictaluridae), the salmonids (Family : Salmonidae), the codfishes (Family : Gadidae), the snooks (Family : Centropomidae), the temperate basses (Family : Moronidae), seabreams and porgies (Family : Sparidae), tilapia (Family : Cichlidae), drum-fish or croakers (Family : Sciaenidae), the wolffishes (Family : Anarhichadidae), the tunas (Family : Scombridae), the flatfishes (Order : Pleuronectiformes), respectively), III. Market and Economic Analysis (contains chapter 22 (marketing new species) and 23 (diversification pays : economic perspective on investments in diversified aquaculture)), and IV. Future perspectives (contains chapter 24 to 27 namely : offshore and recirculation technologies, valorization of aquaculture by-products, organic and ecolabelling, and the future of aquaculture : insights from economic theory). This book also contains an appendix and index
eBook, English, ©2010
CABI, Wallingford, UK, ©2010
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9781845937522, 184593752X
Part 1: Aquaculture Diversification: An Introduction 1: Achievements and Challenges 2: The Rearing Environment 3: Feeds and Feeding 4: Farmed Species and Their Characteristics 5: Considerations for the Selection and Commercialization of New or Alternate Species 6: The Agribusiness Approach: an Australian case-study 7: A Systematic-Market Approach to Species Diversification: a French case-study 8: Biological And Technical Approach: a Site-specific and Productivity-based Analysis Part 2: Finfish Species Description & Biotechnical Analysis 9: The Sturgeons (Family Acipenseridae) 10: The Milkfish (Family Chanidae) 11: The Catfish (Family Ictaluridae) 12: The Salmonids (Family Salmonidae) 13: The Codfishes (Family Gadidae) 14: The Snooks (Family Centropomidae) 15: The Temperate Basses (Family Moronidae) 16: Sea Breams and Porgies (Family Sparidae) 17: The Tilapia (Family Cichlidae) 18: Drum-fish or Croakers (Family Sciaenidae) 19: The Wolffishes (Family Anarhichadidae) 20: The Tunas (Family Scombridae) 21: The Flatfishes (Order Pleuronectiformes) 22: Temperate And Cold-Water Finfish Species Analysis 23: Warm-Water Finfish Species Analysis Part 3: Market And Economical Analysis 24: Marketing New Species 25: Diversification Pays: Economic Perspectives on Investments in Diversified Aquaculture Part 4: Future Perspectives 26: Off-Shore And Recirculation Technologies 27: Valorization of Aquaculture By-products 28: Organic And Green Labelling 29: The Future of Aquaculture: Insights from the Economic Theory
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