World Aquaculture Society Meetings

Culture Systems and Aquaponics Posters
330 
Bennett Barr
EVALUATION OF THE USE OF HIGH FREQUENCY ACOUSTIC CAVITATION TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY IN COMMERCIAL CATFISH OPERATIONS
331 
Grant S. Blank
CULTURE OF RAINBOW TROUT Oncorhynchus mykiss IN A SMALL-SCALE, DEEPWATER, AIRLIFT DRIVEN AQUAPONICS SYSTEM
332 
Mehmet Celik
MEAT YIELD OF MALE AND FEMALE RAINBOW TROUT (Oncorhynchus mykiss) UNDER TWO REARING SYSTEMS IN TWO DIFFERENT REGION
333 
Zachariah Chambers
A SURVEY OF THE AQUAPONICS INDUSTRY IN THE UNITED STATES MIDWEST
334 
Brunno da Silva Cerozi
PHOSPHORUS DYNAMICS MODELING AND MASS BALANCE IN AQUAPONICS
335 
Gary Delanoy
ENGAGING SECONDARY SCIENCE STUDENTS IN APPLYING THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD THROUGH AQUAPONICS ENGINEERING AND DESIGN RESEARCH
336 
Mahmut Ali Gokce
PROXIMATE COMPOSITION OF MALE AND FEMALE RAINBOW TROUT, Oncorhynchus mykiss, REARED IN CAGE AND POND AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS IN TURKEY
337 
Baba Usman Ibrahim
ASSESSMENT OF THE WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS OF TAGWAI RESERVOIR, MINNA,NIGER STATE. NIGERIA
338 
Gebremeskel Kebede
DEFORMATIONAL EFFECT OF INCLINED LATERAL PANEL ALIGNMENT BETWEEN THE CIRCUMFERENCES OF FLOATING AND SINKING COLLARS OF MODEL FISH CAGES
339 
Trevor P. Luna
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF A PADDLEWHEEL WATER CIRCULATOR WITH DIFFERENT BLADE SHAPES IN A SPLIT-POND TEST SYSTEM
340 
Jeonghwan Park
NITRIFICATION KINETICS OF A TRICKLING BIO-FILTER WITH STYROFOAM BEAD MEDIA IN SEAWATER AT DIFFERENT WATER TEMPERATURES
341 
Marco Alejandro Salguero Gonzalez
EFFECT OF ADDITION OF RED TILAPIA Oreochromis spp ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND SURVIVAL OF WHITE SHRIMP Litopenaeus vannamei CHALLENGED WITH Vibrio parahaemolyticus STRAIN AHPND+ BY BIOASSAY
342 
Kevin Savage
IMPACT OF GROW MEDIA TYPE ON GROWTH OF BASIL (Ocimum basilicum), NILE TILAPIA (Oreochromis niloticus) AND WATER CHEMISTRY IN AN AQUAPONICS SYSTEM
343 
Daniel Taylor
ADSORPTIVE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON IN AQUACULTURE AND AQUARIA: A SUCCINCT METHOD
343 
Lies Setijaningsih
REMOVAL EFECTIVITY OF NITROGENOUS DAN PHOSPOROUS WASTE BY AQUAPONIC SUBSTRATE AND AQUATIC PLANT IN THE INTEGRATED MULTI-TROPHIC AQUACULTURE (IMTA)-BASED FISH CULTURE
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