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2007 May – June
Volume 8 Issue 3
New bass hatchery for Florida – State-of-the-art facility will save water, energy and labour while almost tripling production at a lower cost per fish.
- Greek company picks up more hatcheries and growout sites in major expansion move- Will a foothold in the Caribbean be next? -
- Danish recirc. company sets stage for new turbot hatchery in Spain
- How early can cod & halibut be moved to dry feed?- Norwegian researcher releases fi ndings of recent study -
- PCB contamination continues to plague Montana hatchery- Source of problem still a puzzle -
- Big tail a turn-on for tiny ornamentals- Immature females mature more quickly in sight of sexy males -
- Norwegian researchers reveal new discoveries
LOOKING AHEAD – Trends and Opportunities in the Breeding of Aquaculture Species- Selective breeding holds huge promise for old and new species alike. Here is an update on trends for several key species. -
GENETICS - DNA sampling compares success rate of hatchery-based enhancement programs- No Surprise: Best returns from fi rst generation wild fish -
HATCHERY KNOW-HOW – Water Distribution Basics for Packed Towers
PROFILE – New bass hatchery for Florida- State-of-the-art facility will save water, energy and labour while almost tripling production at a lower cost per fish. -
NEW FINDINGS – Transgenic fish not so super after all
NEW SPECIES – Breeding Australian Eel-tailed Catfish: A species with major potential
PROFILE – Wise use of technology the key to success for Scotlandís largest smolt producer
TRANSPORT – Everything you need to know about Shipping Fry By Air
SHELLFISH - Irish sea urchin hatchery in expansion mode
Mussel hatchery proposed for Cawthron aqua-park in New Zealand
ENHANCEMENT – Feisty Sooty Grunter makes gains at Australian hatchery- Popular sportfi sh gets boost from volunteer enhancement society -
HANDS-ON – Build your own Portable Zooplankton Collector
DEBATE – Proposed legislation would threaten future of Minnesota aquaculture sector
Green sea turtles rescued from Texas chill
BUSINESS – Norwegian smolt producers boost production to meet demand
ORNAMENTALS – Will warm water advantage help bring ornamentals to Idaho?
- Washington state company upgrades fish counting trailer for maximum through-put
- Aquaflor approval will help in fight against coldwater disease in salmonids
- Fish welfare in the hatchery to be discussed at Aqua Nor Forum
- New digs in the works for Canadian researchers- Aging New Brunswick facility to be replaced -
- Red king crab eggs hatch in Alaska research program- Larvae to help scientists study hatcheries as a way to rebuild Kodiak stocks
NUTS AND BOLTS – Noise: How much is too much?