The Role of Aquaculture in World Fisheries: Proceedings of the World Fisheries Congress, Theme 6
Tor G. Heggberget, John G. Woiwode, Robert J. Wolotira (Jr.)
Science Publishers, 1996 - Nature - 244 pages
This is a proceedings volume based on the World Fisheries Congress, held in Athens Greece. This book presents papers covering Theme 6 of the conference. Topics include ocean ranching, and the fish gill as an indicator of the general health condition of wild or cultured fish.
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Its Role and Contribution to Pacific and
The Role of Aquaculture in the World Fisheries
The Fish Gill as an Indicator of the General Health Condition
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