The history of channel catfish farming in the United States serves as a model for the development of pond-based aquaculture industries worldwide. Channel catfish farming is the largest and economically most important aquaculture industry in the United States.
It has been over 12 years since the last major book covering freshwater crayfish was published. This new book gathers together the new information for the first time and is essential reading for anyone involved in the biology or exploitation of these important animals.
A compendium of literature on the hard clam, comprehensive chapters on various aspects of its biology as well as summaries of knowledge including the gray literature on this economically important species.
Following the extremely well-received structure of the first edition, this carefully revised and updated new edition now includes much new information of vital importance to those working and researching in the fisheries and aquaculture industries.
By: Andy Beaumont, Pierre Boudry, Kathryn Hoare
Hardcover, 216 pages
978-1-4051-8857-9 PRINT ON DEMAND
Carol Mendoza, Home Office Director
World Aquaculture Society
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Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803 (USA)
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