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I tried at that time to partially fill the gap in the literature. In this Second Edition, I have updated data originally presented and increased the scope by adding new countries.

Author: E. Brown

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781468468700

Category: Science

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Until the First Edition of World Fish Farming: Cultivation and Econom ics was published several years ago, there was little or no economic and technical information on commercial aquaculture either by countries or by species. I tried at that time to partially fill the gap in the literature. In this Second Edition, I have updated data originally presented and increased the scope by adding new countries. New trout data have been added for 10 western European countries; sections on cost of production of food-sized catfish and fingerlings in the USA; new and improved chapters for Japan, Hungary, Indonesia, the Philippines, and the United Kingdom; and com pletely new chapters pertaining to Poland, Thailand, and Czechoslovakia have all been added to this edition. The book now includes 31 countries, including all major producing ones. Between 5. 5 and 6. 0 million metric tons of finfish, shrimp, and crayfish cultured production are represented, which accounts for about 909c of the world's total. The People's Republic of China and the USSR, as well as countries on the continents of Europe, Asia, North America, and Oceania, are represented. Because of only minimal reported cultured fish production in Africa and South America, these continents have been omitted. Also, according to information received from New Zealand, there is no culturing offish in that country other than for restocking of public waters. More than 100 species of cultured fish, seven species of shrimp and prawns, and six species of crayfish are discussed.
2012-12-06 By E. Brown

World Fish Farming: Cultivation and Economics. AVI Publishing Co., Westport, Conn. BURTLE, G. 1978. Personal correspondence. Auburn Univ., Auburn, Ala. CRAWFORD, K.W., DUNSETH, D.R., ENGLE, C.R., HOPKINS, M.L, McCOY, E.W., ...

Author: E. Evan Brown

Publisher: Avi Publishing Company

ISBN: UOM:39015004448562

Category: Technology & Engineering

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1980 By E. Evan Brown

Worldwide , aquaculture was estimateo at over 6 million metric tons in 1975 , representing a tenth of the wild fish harvesting volume . ... 0184 world fish farming cultivation and economics / E . Evan Brown . Brown , E. Evan .

Author: Deborah T. Hanfman

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ISBN: MINN:31951002977439M

Category: Aquaculture

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REFERENCES Andreska, J. (1984) 'Development of Fish Pond Culture in Bohemia', in Gunda, B. (ed.) The Fishing Culture of the ... Brown, E.E. (1983) World Fish Farming: Cultivation and Economics (2nd edn), AVI Publishing, Westport, Conn.

Author: James R. Coull

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134903672

Category: Business & Economics

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World Fisheries Resources provides a comprehensive and up-to-date review of how this commodity is used. The author examines the various aspects of fishing resources from their biological basis through to marketing and consumption. The subject is set in context by tracing the historical development, from its archaeological origins to the industrial expansion of the 19th and 20th centuries. The work comes up-to-date to discuss the modern situation and current trends in both the developed and developing worlds and highlights how exploitation of the resource has increased in recent years.
2002-11-01 By James R. Coull

International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food 1: 15-30. Borgstrom, Georg. 1967. The Hungry Planet. New York: Collier Books. Brown, E. Evan. 1989. World Fish Farming: Cultivation and Economics. Westport, Conn.

Author: Philip McMichael

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780275949662

Category: Social Science

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The emergence of a world economy depends on the reorganization of agriculture and food systems to provision the work force and the industries associated with the division of labor. This work emphasizes the central role played by food and agriculture in the world economy. The book includes a historical dimension along with the formulation of the challenges that face the world today. Social scientists of all kinds, but especially economists, sociologists, environmentalists, and political scientists, should be interested in this volume.

In Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Tilapia in aquaculture . May 8-13 1983 , Nazareth , Israel . Tel Aviv , Tel Aviv University Press , pp . 414-24 Brown , E.E. , 1977 . World fish farming . Cultivation and economics ...

Author: Malcolm C. M. Beveridge

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.

ISBN: 9251021635

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Spine title: Environmental impact of freshwater cage and pen fish farming.

"World Fish Farming: Cultivation and Economics.” Avi Publ. Co., Westport, Connecticut. Brownell, W. N., Provenzano, A. J., and Martinez, M. (1977). Culture of the West Indian spider crab (Mithrax spinosissimus) at Los Roques, Venezuela.

Author: Anthony Jr. Provenzano

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780323154413

Category: Science

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The Biology of Crustacea, Volume 10: Economic Aspects: Fisheries and Culture focuses on economic aspects of elements of crustacean biology associated primarily with the production of human food, namely, fisheries and culture. Organized into five chapters, this book deals first with the groups comprising the commercially important shrimps and prawns and their near relatives, as well as the generally used fishing method. It then describes the role and impact of body form in the biology and especially the fisheries of crabs. Subsequent chapter centers on lobsters and their kin, particularly the impact on fisheries methods and management approaches of behavioral responses to environment, modes of reproduction, recruitment, and population dynamics. Culture methods and factors important in managing systems through water quality control are then reported. Lastly, large-scale culture of major decapod groups, including the general biological characteristics of decapods relevant to aquaculture, is presented. This book will help stimulate the further exploration of some of the most fascinating and exciting problems in applied crustacean biology.
2012-12-02 By Anthony Jr. Provenzano

Worldwide . aquaculture was estimateo at over 6 million metric tons in 1975. representing a tenth of the wild fish harvesting volume . Of this , Asia accounted for ... 0184 World fish farming cultivation and economics / E . Evan Brown .

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ISBN: WISC:89038539862

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Worldwide , aquaculture was estimateo at over 6 million metric tons in 1975 , representing a tenth of the wild fish harvesting volume . ... 0184 world fish farming cultivation and economics / E . Evan Brown . Brown , E. Evan .

Author: David Holloway

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ISBN: UFL:31262081342023

Category: Agricultural pollution

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1992 By David Holloway

Worldwide , aquaculture was estimateo at over 6 million metric tons in 1975. representing a tenth of the wild fish harvesting volume . Of this , Asia accountec for ... 0184 World fish farming cultivation and economics / E . Evan Brown .

Author: Natalie Updegrove Partridge

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ISBN: UVA:X030228869

Category: Food handling

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