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May/June 1997
Volume XVI, Number 3





Aquaculture: References

By Jeanne-Marie Bartas


These are the references for the articles on Aquaculture, parts I and II. Part I can be found in the May/June issue of the Vegetarian Journal.

1. Kaplan, E.H. 1996. "Can Raising Fish Become a Career?" Aquaculture
Magazine 22.1:102.
2. USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service: Veterinary Services.
1995. "Overview of Aquaculture in the United States," page 1.
3. Proceedings of the Joint Hearing before the Subcommittee on Department
Operations and Nutrition and the Subcommittee on Livestock of the Committee
on Agriculture. House of Representatives. 103rd Congress, Second Session on
H.R. 4744. October 4, 1994. Serial Number 103-95. Page 28.
4. Ibid. Page 30.
5. Ibid. Page 27.
6. Ibid. Page 3.
7. Kaplan, E.H. 1996. "Can Raising Fish Become a Career?" Aquaculture
Magazine 22.1:102.
8. McVey, E.M. 1993. "Aquaculture for Youth and Youth Educators." USDA
booklet. Page 1-2.
9. Brown, E. Evan. 1977. World Fish Farming: Cultivation and Economics.
Avi Pub. Co. Westport, CT. Page 1-3.
10. Lewis, G., & Shelton, J. undated. "Channel Catfish Production." USDA
Aquaculture Technical Series.
11. Losordo, T. et al. 1992. "Recirculating Aquaculture Tank Production
Systems: An Overview of Critical Considerations." Southern Regional
Aquaculture Center Pub. No. 451. Page 1.
12. Shelton, J. undated. "Trout Production." USDA Aquaculture Technical
Series. Page 4.
13. USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service: Veterinary Services.
1995. "Overview of Aquaculture in the United States," page 4.
14. USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service: Veterinary Services.
1995. "Overview of Aquaculture in the United States," page 6.
15. "Marine Fish Farming Development and Current Status, Perspectives and
the Challenge of Sustainability." Aquaculture Magazine Buyer's Guide '96 and
Industry Directory. Page 38.
16. USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service: Veterinary Services.
1995. "Overview of Aquaculture in the United States," page 8.
17. Losordo, T. et al. 1992. "Recirculating Aquaculture Tank Production
Systems: An Overview of Critical Considerations." Southern Regional
Aquaculture Center Pub. No. 451. Page 5.
18. Ibid.
19. Powers, Bradley H. 1996. (Asst. Secretary, Office of Marketing and
Aquaculture Development, Maryland Dept. of Agriculture.) Personal Interview.
20. Ibid.
21. Wellborn, T. 1989. "Feeding Intensively Cultured Catfish in Levee-type
Ponds." Southern Regional Aquaculture Center Pub. No. 181. Page 4.
22. Swann, L. 1994. "Cage Culture of Fish in the North Central Region."
North Central Regional Aquaculture Center Tech. Bul. Series #110. Page 9.
and Rice, M. "Evaluation of Artificial Diets for Cultured Fish."
Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center Fact Sheet No. 222. North
Dartmouth, MA. Page 1.
23. Ibid.
24. Gray, D. 1988. "Baitfish: Feeds and Feeding Practices." Southern
Regional Aquaculture Center Pub. No. 181. Page 1.
25. Ibid.
26. "Marine Fish Farming Development and Current Status, Perspectives and the
Challenge of Sustainability." Aquaculture Magazine Buyer's Guide '96 and
Industry Directory. Page 40.
27. Lovell, T. "High Feed Prices in 1996 Will Affect Feeding Strategies."
Aquaculture Magazine 22.2:95-98.
28. Gray, D. 1988. "Baitfish: Feeds and Feeding Practices." Southern
Regional Aquaculture Center Pub. No. 181. Page 1.
29. Jory, D.E. "Technical Marine Shrimp Farming Sessions at WAS Meeting in
Bangkok, Thailand." Aquaculture Magazine 22.2:89-94.
30. Masser, M. 1988. "Cage Culture: Cage Culture Problems." Southern
Regional Aquaculture Center Pub. No. 181. Page 1.
31. Hauck, A.K. "Bacterial Diseases of Commercially Important Fishes."
Aquaculture Magazine 21.4:42-53.
32. Masser, M. 1988. "Cage Culture: Cage Culture Problems." Southern
Regional Aquaculture Center Pub. No. 181. Page 1.
33. Ibid.
34. Bell, T. 1996. (FDA, Division of Therapeutic Drugs for Animals.)
Personal Interview.
35. Powers, Bradley H. 1996. (Asst. Secretary, Office of Marketing and
Aquaculture Development, Maryland Dept. of Agriculture.) Personal Interview.
36. Masser, M. 1991. "Calculating Treatments for Ponds and Tanks."
Southern Regional Aquaculture Center Pub. No. 410. Page 1.
37. Livingston, A. 1996. (for TIFA (C.I.) Limited.) Personal
Communication.
38. Murphy, T. 1989. "Aquatic Weed Management." Southern Regional
Aquaculture Center Pub. No. 361. Page 3.
39. Avault, J. "Understanding Bacteria and Bacterial Diseases in
Aquaculture." Aquaculture Magazine 21.6:68-76.
40. USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service: Veterinary Services.
1995. "Overview of Aquaculture in the United States," page 15.
41. "Status of World Aquaculture '95." Aquaculture Magazine Buyer's Guide '96
and Industry Directory. Page 23.
42. Avault, J. "Understanding Viruses and Viral Diseases in Aquaculture."
Aquaculture Magazine 21.5:74-78.
43. Avault, J. "Fungi and Crustaceans Cause Disease in Aquaculture."
Aquaculture Magazine 22.2:85-88.
44. Ibid.
45. Ibid.
46. USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service: Veterinary Services.
1995. "Overview of Aquaculture in the United States," page 15.
47. Ewart, J. 1993. "History and Impact of MSX and Dermo Diseases on
Oyster Stocks in the Northeast Region." Northeastern Regional Aquaculture
Center Fact Sheet No. 200. Page 1.
48. Aquaculture Research Center handout. undated.
49. University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute. 1993. Aquaculture at the
Center of Marine Biotechnology. Page 17.
50. Ibid. Page 9.
51. Ibid. Page 10.
52. Ibid. Page 13.
53. Harvey, D. "Outlook for U.S. Aquaculture." in Annual Agricultural
Outlook Conference Proceedings. 1991. Page 135.
54. Dunham, R. "Outlook for Genetics Research and Application in
Aquaculture." in Annual Agricultural Outlook Conference Proceedings. 1991.
Page 140.
55. University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute. 1993. Aquaculture at the
Center of Marine Biotechnology. Page 21.
56. Ibid.
57. Dunham, R. "Outlook for Genetics Research and Application in
Aquaculture." in Annual Agricultural Outlook Conference Proceedings. 1991.
Page 144.
58. Allen, S. 1993. "Genetic Improvement of the Eastern Oyster for Growth
and Disease Resistance in the Northeast." Northeastern Regional Aquaculture
Center Fact Sheet No. 210. Page 2.
59. Dunham, R. "Outlook for Genetics Research and Application in
Aquaculture." in Annual Agricultural Outlook Conference Proceedings. 1991.
Page 139.
60. Ibid. Page 142.


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