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  1. Handbook of Fish Biology and Fisheries, Two Volume Set
  2. Modelling and Quantitative Methods in Fisheries (Volume 0) by Malcolm Haddon, 2001-05-31
  3. Sea Cucumbers: a Global Review of Fisheries and Trade (Fao Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper)
  4. Selective Breeding in Aquaculture: an Introduction (Reviews: Methods and Technologies in Fish Biology and Fisheries) by Trygve Gjedrem, Matthew Baranski, 2009-08-26
  5. The Carp: Biology and Culture (Springer Praxis Books / Aquaculture and Fisheries) by R. Billard, 1999-05-14
  6. Fisheries Ecology and Management by Carl J. Walters, Steven J. D. Martell, 2004-10-18
  7. Biotechnology and Genetics in Fisheries and Aquaculture by Andy Beaumont, Pierre Boudry, et all 2010-05-04
  8. Managing Small-Scale Fisheries: Alternative Directions and Methods
  9. Lobsters: Biology, Management, Aquaculture and Fisheries
  10. Handbook of Marine Fisheries Conservation and Management by R. Quentin Grafton, Ray Hilborn, et all 2010-01-21
  11. Freshwater Fish Culture in China: Principles and Practice, Volume 28 (Developments in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science)
  12. Aquaculture: Principles and Practices (Fishing News Books) by T. V. R. Pillay, M. N. Kutty, 2005-09-30
  13. Fisheries Biology, Assessment and Management by Michael King, 2007-08-01
  14. Aquaculture Engineering by Odd-Ivar Lekang, 2007-05-25

1. Report: Aquaculture & Fisheries (GIA00160) From
Aquaculture Fisheries, published May 2008, pages 696, This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Aquaculture and Fisheries in Thousand Tons. The major product segments
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      • Fish: A Primary Source of Animal Protein I Vegetable-based Feeds I Policymakers Role in Global Fishing Sector I Fish Prices - A Long-Term Outlook I Production - Vertical Expansion I Production - Horizontal Expansion I Culture-based Fisheries I Growing Awareness of Sustainability Needs I Long-Term Trends in Aquaculture I Science-based Traditional Approach to Aquaculture I Issues Affecting Future Trade in Aquaculture and Related Products I
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2. Wiley::Aquaculture, Fisheries & Fish Science
Online catalogue of aquaculture and fisheries books, journals, charts, and other publications from Wiley-Blackwell.
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3. Aquaculture, Fisheries And Fish Biology
Provides information on books and journals on these subjects published by Blackwell Publishing.

4. University College Cork (UCC): Aquaculture & Fisheries Development Centre:
The Aquaculture and Fisheries Development Centre of the University College Cork. Research areas, staff biographies, information and contacts.
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To support, stimulate and promote the development of aquaculture and fisheries, thereby enabling these sectors to achieve their full socio-economic potential by utilising sustainable natural resources
Welcome to the home page of the Aquaculture and Fisheries Development Centre The AFDC supports and coordinates aquaculture research at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. These are achieved through:
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New technologies in aquaculture: Improving production efficiency, quality and environmental management
A new book, edited by Gavin Burnell and Geoff Allen, reviews essential advances in aquaculture production systems, resulting in increased production efficiency, higher product quality for consumers and a more sustainable industry.

5. Welcome To The Aquaculture/Fisheries Center At The University Of Arkansas At Pin
Department of Aquaculture Fisheries for University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
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Feel free to visit our photo gallery . Here you will find miscellaneous photos of all sorts of activities around the UAPB Aquaculture/Fisheries Department. Aquaculture/Fisheries - "Center of Excellence" About Our Center Welcome to the Aquaculture/Fisheries (AQFI) Center at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB). The Center of Excellence was created in 1988 to combine resident instruction, research, and extension responsibilities into one comprehensive unit. Our faculty, staff and students work together, across disciplines and functions to offer research-based scientific solutions to make a difference in Arkansas and throughout the U.S. The AQFI Center of Excellence at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) is recognized as a leader in aquaculture/fisheries teaching, research and extension programs. It is the only comprehensive aquaculture program within the University of Arkansas System to support the state's $167 million aquaculture industry. This industry has an economic impact of over $1.2 billion in the Delta region of Arkansas. We have a growing natural fisheries component that provides scientific support to the recreational fishing industry that has an economic impact of over $440 million/yr in Arkansas.

6. World Aquaculture & Fisheries Market - Market Research Report On Reportlinker
World Aquaculture Fisheries Market, This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Aquaculture and Fisheries in Thousand Tons. The major product segments analyzed are

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University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service Aquaculture and Fisheries
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Aquaculture Cooperative Extension Service programming in Arkansas is administered through the Aquaculture/Fisheries Center at UAPB. Five Extension Fisheries Specialists, and an Extension Technician are located in Lonoke, Pine Bluff, and Lake Village, Arkansas, to provide assistance to the aquaculture industry.
Disease and water quality diagnostics support for the Aquaculture Industry in Arkansas is provided through three laboratories located in Lonoke, Lake Village, and Pine Bluff. Extension efforts have included intensive in-service training of county agents in catfish production, organizing producer workshops, problem-solving, publication of the quarterly newsletter "Arkansas Aquafarming", farm labor training in pond management of Hispanic workers conducted in Spanish and other activities. To see what we have available, please visit the

8. Aquaculture & Fisheries: Food Market Research
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Aquaculture and Fisheries in Thousand Tons. The major product segments analyzed are Aquaculture, and Fisheries. The report provides
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9. Auburn University: Department Of Fisheries & Allied Aquacultures
Academic and research programs for aquaculture and fisheries, including forums and links to subject resources.

10. UAPB Aquaculture/Fisheries - Current News
Department of Aquaculture Fisheries for University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
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Please note that the links in the top horizontal navigation bar will change as you navigate through the various sections on the left-hand menu. Dr. Andrew Goodwin Receives the prestigious Joseph P. McCraren Award The National Aquaculture Association (NAA) recognized Dr. Andrew Goodwin of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) Aquaculture/Fisheries Center with the Joseph P. McCraren Award at the Aquaculture 2007 meeting in San Antonio, Texas. During the presentation, Dr. Randy McMillian, NAA President, noted His efforts have helped to protect aquaculture producers from the disease while working to keep the regulations realistic and minimize the burden on fish farmers.
The award was presented at the plenary session attended by approximately 4,000 people. It is the highest award presented by the aquaculture community. The McCraren Award was established after the death of Joe McCraren, NAAs first Executive Director. Mr. McCraren was a well-known and admired former employee of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service who worked tirelessly to establish NAA.

11. FN0171 Portland Aquaculture Fisheries Reserve - Department Of Primary Industries
The Portland Aquaculture Fisheries Reserve (PAFR) was identified as a marine aquaculture zone as part of the former Environment Conservation Council's (ECC) Marine Coastal and
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The ECC recommended that a 200 ha Portland Aquaculture Zone be made available for marine aquaculture within a larger investigation area. The precise location of the PAFR is shown on the map below. The PAFR was selected from the larger investigation area following the completion of a detailed environmental characterisation study and further consultation. Consistent with the recommendations of the ECC, the zone was located to avoid low profile reef and so as to not present a hazard to commercial shipping. Prior to commercial development of the PAFR, navigation marks meeting international requirements will be deployed.
The PAFR is located in Portland Bay approximately 2.6km offshore (north-east) from Blacknose Point, and has the following coordinates:

12. Aquaculture & Fisheries International, Inc. (AFI)
Your International Aquaculture Network. Aquaculture has become a multibillion dollar global industry. It's great potential to supplement dwindling wild caught species, provide
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14. 17th International Pectinid Workshop
This workshop will focus on the aquaculture, fisheries, physiology and reproduction, biochemistry and genetics of scallops.
17th International Pectinid Workshop The 17th International Pectinid Workshop will be held from 22nd to 28th April, 2009, in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia (Spain). The International Pectinid Workshop series commenced in 1975 and have been held in a range of venues around the globe during the past 33 years. The workshop is dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge concerning the scallop species of the world, particularly those of commercial importance. Pectinids have a worldwide economic and ecological importance as evidenced by the more than 125 participants from 25 countries who usually attend the workshops. The 17th Workshop will focus on the aquaculture, fisheries, physiology and reproduction, biochemistry and genetics of scallops. Participants will have the unique opportunity to “network” with fellow researchers, resource managers, aquaculturists, conservationists, fishermen, and economists. The International Pectinid Workshops have traditionally been a week-long meeting for scientists, fisheries managers, academics, students and industry participants who specialise on scallops. The meetings are marked by informality and open communication. The Workshops have always been a venue in which as much business and information exchange takes place outside the main meeting rooms as it does during formal sessions. All individuals involved with Pectinids are strongly encouraged to submit an abstract for consideration as an oral or poster presentation at the workshop. The workshop will include presentations in six topics above mentioned (for details see instructions for authors).

15. Blackwell Publishing - Aquaculture, Fisheries And Fish Biology Books And Journal
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Welcome to Blackwell's dedicated web site for aquaculture, fisheries, fish biology and aquatic sciences. Blackwell is the leading publisher in these subject areas, producing high quality publications aimed at professionals working in biological sciences, in aquaculture and in fisheries. Our product range encompasses comprehensive reference works, techniques manuals, and textbooks for students. We count amongst our authors many internationally-acclaimed scientists, and we publish a range of highly respected and authoritative peer reviewed scientific journals, some in collaboration with the world's leading scientific societies. We hope that you will find much of interest and use within these pages.

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Trade publication for European aquaculture and fishery industries. In Italian. Focus on marketing and with database of European fish industry companies and operators.
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18. Wiley::Aquaculture, Fisheries & Fish Science
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19. Swansea University - MRes Sustainable Aquaculture & Fisheries
MRes Sustainable Aquaculture and Fisheries School of the Environment and Society. This new MRes in Sustainable Aquaculture Fisheries offers research training in the fields of
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    The UCAS code for this course is: Full time study: 1 year full-time study Part-time study: 3 years part-time study
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    Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food production sectors worldwide, providing food for millions of people and constituting an essential source of income for many rural economies. The large scale and rapid growth rate of the aquaculture sector is inevitably accompanied by sustainability challenges. Some farming practices lead to the depletion of natural resources and, significant negative impact aquatic ecosystems. This course will appeal to graduates who want to engage in aquaculture and fisheries research. It offers an excellent one-year platform for students wishing to pursue a PhD at a later stage.

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    Compulsory Modules:
    BIOM37 Conservation of Aquatic Resources (20 credits)
    BIOM61 Literature Review (20 credits) Followed by a research project in Part Two:
    Research is an integral part of this MRes programme. In this module students are given the opportunity to carry out an independent piece of research leading to a dissertation written as a scientific research paper. An oral presentation on the project will be given in October after submission of the dissertation.

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