Aquaculture: Turning Challenges Into Opportunities

Aquaculture: Turning Challenges Into Opportunities

by Jaiswal, K. et al
 

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  • Year: 2023
  • Paperback/Hardbound: Hardbound
  • ISBN: 9789356511996
  • Language: English
 
 

1. Unlocking the Potential of Shellfish Aquaculture: a Contribution to Food Security and Nutrition
2, Health Management Issues in Aquculture and Stretegies for Sustainable Fisheries Development
3. Harnessing Untapped Fishery Resources of Canal Network in Northern Rajasthan: A tool to Empower Marginal Farmers
4. Empowering Women Through Backyard Ornamental Fish Farming: A Key Approach to Aattain Sustainable Development Goal
5. Alien Invasive Fish Species (AIFS) in Inland Waters: Ecosystem Services, Human Well-being and Governance Need
6. New Advances in Climato-environmental Impacts on Inland Open Water Fisheries: Vulnerability, Adaptation and Mitigation
7. Antimicrobial Resistance in Aquaculture and One Health Issues 
8. Pollution Impairments on Aquatic Ecosystems 
9. Fish Catch by Fisheries Co-operative Society Jaddu During Three Years 
10. Fish Population of Kangsabati Reservoir Accelerates Livelihood and Nutritional Suppliments to Villagers of Mukutmanipur, West Bengal, India
11. Gender Mainstreaming in Ornamental Fish Breeding and Culture Archana Sinha
12. Recirculating Aquaculture Technology: Turning Challenges intoOpportunities
13. On the Occurrence of Torpedinoid Electric Rays (Pisces: Torpediniformes) in the Catches of Coastal Waters of India, Western Bay of Bengal with a Note on Fishery and Conservation
14, Behavioral Adaptation of Fresh Water Prawn, Macrobrachium Kistnensis to Different Abiotic Factors: Implication for Survival During Climate Change.
15. Substrate Specific Alteration in the Periphyton as an Eco-pollution Indicator in the Ganga River System
16. Ecological Alteration Stiffens Riverine Fish Catch of Gudusia Chapra (Hamilton, 1822) in the Large River System: A Case Study from the Middle Stretch of River Ganga 
17. Recycling the Nutrients within the Sustainable Symbiotic System of Aquaponics