This book brings together information often difficult to find, joining the worlds of aquaculture science and industry production, through the leveraging of their synergies and dependencies. It contains a wealth of scientific knowledge which can only be traced in a fragmented manner in specialised journals. It also includes the description of farming practices and the actual implementation of new technologies, information which is often presented in industry conferences, but rarely reaches publication.
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Victoria Alday-Sanz is a veterinarian with more than 15 years of experience in aquaculture, a columnist at the Global Aquaculture Advocate, and an associate editor of World Aquaculture Society Journal.Review:
"Owning The Shrimp Book will be a bit like having the latest model computer, it's bound to be outdated as technology develops, but is absolutely essential in the meantime." David Scarratt, Hatchery International
"With this one book, we now have a comprehensive coverage on shrimp farming to move the industry from an art to a science. The book is recommended as an essential reference, from the student learning more on shrimp aquaculture, to shrimp professionals, policy makers and researchers." Zuridah Merican, Aquaculture Asia Pacific (March 2011)
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