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Water quality in an intensive outdoor commercial fish culture system with mechanically stirred ponds
Year:
1990
Authors :
Milstein, Ana
;
.
Volume :
42
Co-Authors:
Milstein, A., Fish and Aquaculture Res Stn, Dor 30820, M.P.Hof Hacarmel, Israel
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From page:
99
To page:
109
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Total pages:
11
)
Abstract:
Feed impact into the system was the main source of water quality variability, overriding photosynthesis effects. Utilization of the feed by fish and microorganisms reduced suspended solids, increased the ammonium level in the water through excretion and decopmosition, increased nitrite and nitrate concentrations through nitrification and the increased respiration needs lowered the pH. Fish performance is analyzed in relation to water quality and suggestions for improving water quality and fish yield are given. (See also 92L/02207). -from Author
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Scopus
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Language:
English
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24610
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Water quality in an intensive outdoor commercial fish culture system with mechanically stirred ponds
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Milstein, A., Fish and Aquaculture Res Stn, Dor 30820, M.P.Hof Hacarmel, Israel
Water quality in an intensive outdoor commercial fish culture system with mechanically stirred ponds
Feed impact into the system was the main source of water quality variability, overriding photosynthesis effects. Utilization of the feed by fish and microorganisms reduced suspended solids, increased the ammonium level in the water through excretion and decopmosition, increased nitrite and nitrate concentrations through nitrification and the increased respiration needs lowered the pH. Fish performance is analyzed in relation to water quality and suggestions for improving water quality and fish yield are given. (See also 92L/02207). -from Author
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