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Published by World Aquaculture Society in Baton Rouge, La .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hatchery fishes -- Diseases -- Prevention -- Congresses.,
  • Shellfish -- Diseases -- Prevention -- Congresses.,
  • Aquaculture -- Management -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesAquaculture production systems :
Statementedited by Cheng-Sheng Lee and Patricia J. O"Bryen.
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsLee, Cheng-Sheng., O"Bryen, P. J., World Aquaculture Society., United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration., Center for Applied Aquaculture and Marine Biotechnology.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSH171 .B563 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 293 p. :
Number of Pages293
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3705284M
ISBN 101888807121
LC Control Number2003273846
OCLC/WorldCa52434096

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Biosecurity in Aquaculture Production Systems: Exclusion of Pathogens and Other Undesirables This book contains 13 peer-reviewed and edited papers that were presented at the workshop, “Biosecurity in Aquaculture Production Systems: Exclusion of Pathogens and Other Undesirables,” held in Honolulu, Hawaii, July , Figure Sector goals of biosecurity Human life and health (including food safety) Animal life and health (including fish) Plant life and health (including forests) Environmental protection • Globalization • New agricultural production and food processing technologies • Increased trade in .   Aquaculture is an increasingly diverse industry with an ever-growing number of species cultured and production systems available to professionals. This book contains 13 peer-reviewed and edited papers that were presented at the workshop, “Biosecurity in Aquaculture Production Systems: Exclusion of Pathogens and Other Undesirables,” held in Honolulu, Hawaii, July ,

It has been developed as a generic document that is not targeted at a specific aquaculture sector. It is anticipated that this document will be adapted for the purposes of specific aquaculture sectors (for example, prawn or abalone farming) or for specific production systems (for example, recirculation finfish aquaculture). This book contains 13 peer-reviewed and edited papers that were presented at the workshop, “Biosecurity in Aquaculture Production Systems: Exclusion of Pathogens and Other Undesirables,” held in Honolulu, Hawaii, July , $ Home Office. Aquaculture Health Management: Design and Operation Approaches is an essential reference for the diverse aquaculture community. With the steadily increasing importance of healthy fish production and the expansion of the animal aquaculture industry to new geographic areas, new microbial and parasitic species with pathogenic potential continue to emerge. Recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) have become more numerous and equally sophisticated as land-based aquaculture production has increased. The complexity of the system gives rise to a number of health management issues whereby the water quality of the production system directly impacts the health of the fish.