Aquaculture: Principles and Practices (Fishing News Books) by T. V. R. Pillay

By T. V. R. Pillay

Masking all points of subsistence and advertisement aquaculture as practiced around the globe, this absolutely revised new version from major global professionals within the box is determined in elements: ideas and practices, and covers intimately contemporary advancements in:

  • History and making plans
  • Nutrition
  • Reproduction and genetic choice
  • Production information and economics
  • Integrated aquaculture
  • Sustainability and environmental results (new chapter)

All cultured species teams are addressed, from freshwater and marine fish to shellfish and seaweeds. crucial new proof and information were incorporated all through.

This complete paintings is a vital buy for all these learning aquaculture and is a important resource of reference for all team of workers considering the aquaculture undefined; together with these operating in fish farms, study associations, instructing posts in universities and advertisement institutions reminiscent of aquaculture gear and feed offer businesses. Libraries in all universities and examine institutions will locate this publication a major addition to their cabinets.

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Aquaculture may, in some cases, require special market regulations. The farmer, as well as the consumer, will benefit from the availability of products throughout the year. For this purpose, it may be necessary to permit the sale of farmed products when there is a closed season in the capture fishery. Similarly, it may be an advantage for the farmer to grow the fish or shellfish to a size below the minimum size allowed to be fished in capture fishery, to meet specific market demands. Unless legal provision is made to exempt culture fishery products from such restrictions, aquaculture industry will lose some of its intrinsic advantages.

R. (1996) Fisheries comanagement: a comparative analysis. Mar. Policy, 20, 405–18. Sen, S. (2001) Involving stakeholders in aquaculture policy-making, planning and management. In Technical Proceedings of the Conference on Aquaculture in the Third Millennium (ed. P. B. J. Phillips, C. E. R. Arthur), pp. 83–93. FAO/NACA, Bangkok. J. and Peterson, S. (1982) Aquaculture Development in Less Developed Countries – Social, Economic and Political Problems. Westview Press, Boulder. UNDP/FAO (1975) Aquaculture Planning in Africa.

While the ideal people-oriented aquaculture programme is an integrated one, it should be recognized that sectoral programmes can also yield major socio-economic benefits, such as improvement in the availability of protein food, enhanced income contributing to improved purchasing power of the population and better standards of living. Employment opportunities generated through aquaculture development, including production, processing, transport and marketing, can be expected to control, to some extent, the drift of rural people to urban areas.

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