3 edition of The farming of fish found in the catalog.
The farming of fish
Charles Frederick Hickling
Bibliography: p. 85.
|Statement||by C. F. Hickling.|
|Series||Commonwealth and international library. Biology in action series|
|LC Classifications||SH151 .H56 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 88 p.|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||67031503|
The book comprehensively addresses the questions of sustainability of cleaner fish use in aquaculture, bottlenecks to the optimum production of cleaner fish, and improvements and best practice in on-farm deployment methods, for optimum survival and enhanced welfare of cleaner fish. The main variations of fish farming systems. There are several types of fish farming systems, the farmers can use one system or several at the same time. There are two main fish farming systems: extensive and intensive systems. Extensive system: as an .
Four Fish: The Future of the last Wild Food by Paul Greenburg examines the condition of the Earths fisheries by focusing on four fish: salmon, sea bass, cod and tuna. Any book that addresses natural resources and humanitys treatment of them has high potential to be very depressing.4/5. “Aquaculture—Farming aquatic animals and plants is a book that gives many useful insights into this diverse field, but coverage is uneven and selective; depth has sometimes been sacrificed to maintain breadth.” (Aquaculture International, 2 April ).
Extensive fish farming means that the company that raises the fish uses large ponds to raise them in. These fish live a somewhat natural lifestyle because these ponds have their own ecosystem, and the fish eat from that. However, intensive fish farming is when the company utilizes smaller tanks to raise the fish . Aquaculture can be done in a pond, a river, a lake, an estuary or in the sea. The availability of high-quality water is usually the most crucial resource when making decisions about where, what and how much fish to farm. The most common small-scale aquaculture systems are small-pond fish farming and fish farming in lakes, rivers, dams and File Size: 1MB.
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