Practical Flatfish Culture and Stock Enhancement

Practical Flatfish Culture and Stock Enhancement

Editor(s): H. V. Daniels, W. O. Watanabe

Published Online: 19 APR 2010

Print ISBN: 9780813809427

Online ISBN: 9780813810997

DOI: 10.1002/9780813810997

About this Book

Practical Flatfish Culture and Stock Enhancement is a key reference on culture methods, offering both practical applications and essential biological information. Throughout the text, the culture and stock enhancement issues are treated simultaneously, integrating these two perspectives. By looking to the outcomes of hatchery culture methods, including the economics and fish behavior, Practical Flatfish Culture and Stock Enhancement is a valuable tool in making management decisions.
With chapters on disease diagnosis and treatment, culture methods for a number of specific species, and the use of flatfish as model organisms in laboratory settings, Practical Flatfish Culture and Stock Enhancement comprehensively covers the subject of culture and stock enhancement. The book is especially useful for aquaculture professionals, industry personnel, researchers, biologists, and aquaculture and fisheries management students.

Table of contents

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  1. Section 1: North and South America Culture

    1. Chapter 3

      California Halibut (pages 46–64)

      Douglas E. Conklin and Raul Piedrahita

    2. Chapter 5

      Culture of Southern Flounder (pages 82–100)

      Harry Daniels, Wade O. Watanabe, Ryan Murashige, Thomas Losordo and Christopher Dumas

  2. Section 2: Europe Culture

  3. Section 3: Asia and Australia Culture

    1. Chapter 8

      Culture of Japanese Flounder (pages 141–155)

      Tadahisa Seikai, Kotaro Kikuchi and Yuichiro Fujinami

  4. Section 4: North and South America Stock Enhancement

  5. Section 5: Europe Stock Enhancement

  6. Section 6: Asia Stock Enhancement

  7. Section 7: Flatfish Worldwide

    1. Chapter 15

      Disease Diagnosis and Treatment (pages 257–285)

      Edward J. Noga, Stephen A. Smith and Oddvar H. Ottesen

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