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A Simple and Effective Recirculating Hatchery for Salmonids

The present study evaluated (water quality assessment, feed utilization, production cycle duration) a simple low cost recirculating hatchery for salmonids as a safe and continuous source of fingerlings for further rearing in RAS.Buřič, Miloš & Bláhovec, Josef & Kouřil, Jan. (2014). A Simple and Effective Recirculating Hatchery for Salmonids. Journal of Aquaculture Research and Development. 5. 271. 10.4172/2155-9546.1000271. 

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Evaluation of three types of structured floating plastic media in moving bed biofilters for total ammonia nitrogen removal in a low salinity hatchery recirculating aquaculture system

Timothy J. Pfeiffer a,∗, Paul S. Wills b
a USDA Agricultural Research Service, Sustainable Marine Aquaculture Systems, 5600 U.S. Hwy 1 North, Fort Pierce, FL 34946, USA b Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at Florida Atlantic University, Center for Aquaculture and Stock Enhancement, 5600 U.S. Hwy 1 North, Fort Pierce, FL 34946, USA

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How costs of microalgae production can be reduced?

A techno-economic analysis for small scale microalgae production facilities shows that a cost price reduction of 60–80% can be achieved with state-of-the-art production systems at slightly larger production facilities than current practices.

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Microalgae: Cultivation, Recovery of Compounds and Applications

A new book aims at supporting the scientific community, professionals and enterprises to develop industrial and commercialized applications of microalgae cultivation.

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Researchers provide multifactorial protocol for pikeperch larviculture

Researchers were able to validate and provide a reliable basic protocol based on twelve abiotic and biotic factors for pikeperch larval rearing in RAS units.

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Review on finfish species for domestic aquaculture expansion in the U.S.

The Journal of World Aquaculture Society presented open access review papers that assess the commercial viability of 13 finfish species in the U.S.

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