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Subject: Fw: Aquaculture and the Environment in the US - Special Price
From: William Silvert <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 17 Mar 2008 19:29:45 -0000

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This book may be of interest to list subscribers, so I am passing it on. However I have not seen the book and know nothing about it other than what is in the message. Perhaps some list member can post additional information.

Bill Silvert

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From: World Aquaculture Society List Admin 
Sent: Sunday, March 16, 2008 2:47 AM
Subject: Aquaculture and the Environment in the US - Special Price

Edited by Joe Tomasso, Aquaculture and the Environment in the United States was published in 2002. This perfect bound, soft cover, 277-page book contains 12 chapters. It is the first book produced by the United States Aquaculture Society, a chapter of the World Aquaculture Society. The first chapter sets the stage by describing global aquaculture production with emphasis on the United States. Chapter 2 details the water budgets for aquaculture production. Chapters 3-6 describe the environmental impacts with emphasis on management of ponds; raceways; cages and net-pens; and recirculating aquaculture systems. Chapter 7 discusses the environmental interactions of bivalve shellfish aquaculture. Chapters 8-11 are discipline specific chapters presenting valuable information on nutrient reduction through diet and feeding strategies, genetic and ecological implications of escaped and intentionally stocked cultured fishes, and the potential risk of pathogens to wild fish populations. The final chapter provides information on economics of resolving environmental issues in U.S. aquaculture.

The USAS Board of Directors has agreed to offer Aquaculture and the Environment in the United States at a special price of $5 for a limted time. Please visit the WAS Online Bookstore and navigate to the WAS Books section to order a copy today.

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