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Shrimp farming in India - Roof without a strong foundation
Although shrimp farming in India has grown into a multi-crore industry in recent years, it has carried with it some of the inherent problems and a few generated out of indiscriminate action on the part of over-enthusiastic ...
Prospects for aquaculture in India
(�Council of Scientific and Industrial Research., 1978)
Saltmarshes for aquaculture
(New Delhi: Indian Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989)
Aquaculture in mangrove ecosystems of India: State of art and prospects
(Kolhapur: Shivaji University, 1985)
The mangrove vegetation spread over 0.35 million hactares accounts for less than 1/10th of the extensive coastal ecosystems of India. It's an experience that the coastal ecosystems which are intricately diverse are equally ...
Growth of the green mussel, Perna viridis L., in a sea water circulating system
Growth of the green mussel, P. viridis L., was studied in a sea water circulating system for 12 months. The maximum growth rate was recorded during March - May, coinciding with the maximum abundance of phytoplankton. The ...
Ecology and culturing of edible bivalves in Goa
Environmental characteristics, growth rate, total production and technically feasible methods for the mass cultivation of Meretrix casta, Paphia malabarica, Villorita cyprinoides, Donax incarnatus, Perna viridis, Modiolus ...
Status and prospects of fish farming in Goa
In Goa, India, aquaculture is being practised from time immemorial. The methods of fish culture used are traditional and involve composite culture of wild stocks. Despite the ignorance of modern methods of aquaculture, the ...
Seawater circulating system in an aquaculture laboratory
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1983)
The note gives an account, for the first time in India, of an Aquaculture Laboratory with open type seawater circulating system developed at the National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, India. Besides describing the details ...