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Chapter 1, Introduction, Chapter 10, Taking Care of your Pond. Chapter 2, Locating your Fish Farm, Chapter 11, Taking Care of your Fish. Chapter 3. In the book Dr Trushenski, who is director of science at Riverence and Evaqua Farms in Washington State as well as president of the American. Free download of Fish Farm by Walt Sautter. Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle. Read, write reviews and more.

Main article: Copper alloys in aquaculture Recently, copper alloys have become important netting materials in aquaculture because they are antimicrobial i. By inhibiting microbial growth, copper alloy aquaculture cages avoid costly net changes that are necessary with other materials. The resistance of organism growth on copper alloy nets also provides a cleaner and healthier environment for farmed fish to grow and thrive. See also: Issues with salmon aquaculture If performed without consideration for potential local environmental impacts, aquaculture in inland waters can result in more environmental damaging than wild fisheries , though with less waste produced per kg on a global scale. If non-local live feeds are used, aquaculture may introduce exotic plants or animals with disastrous effects. Improvements in methods resulting from advances in research and the availability of commercial feeds has reduced some of these concerns since their greater prevalence in the s and s. In-ocean aquaculture often produces much higher than normal fish waste concentrations. The waste collects on the ocean bottom, damaging or eliminating bottom-dwelling life. This has been used in the "ranching" of abalone in Western Australia. Impacts on wild fish[ edit ] Some carnivorous and omnivorous farmed fish species are fed wild forage fish. Although carnivorous farmed fish represented only 13 percent of aquaculture production by weight in , they represented 34 percent of aquaculture production by value. Fish do not actually produce omega-3 fatty acids, but instead accumulate them from either consuming microalgae that produce these fatty acids, as is the case with forage fish like herring and sardines , or, as is the case with fatty predatory fish , like salmon, by eating prey fish that have accumulated omega-3 fatty acids from microalgae.

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Drawing on research presented by experts from around the world at the International Workshop on Integrated Fish Farming, this book provides thorough, detailed and truly interdisciplinary coverage of one of the world's most important approaches to integrated farming systems. Integrated Fish Farming places IFF in a global context, reporting on case studies of successful IFF operations, experiments to enhance IFF performance, bioeconomic survey and modeling analyses, research on farm waste use and pond ecology, socioeconomic elements of IFF extension and adoption, and the bio-technical and economic aspects of adapting IFF to reservoirs, marshlands, rice paddies and marginal habitats.

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