The Advocate from Global Aquaculture Alliance: July/August 2011 — Volume 14, Issue 4 - now online

The July/August 2011 issue of the GAA magazine is now freely available for viewing online or downloading (PDF)
July 6, 2011

The July/August 2011 issue of the GAA magazine is now freely available for viewing online or downloading (PDF)

12 Liming Materials For Aquaculture
Claude E. Boyd, Ph.D.

14 Shrimp Sampling Method Improves Stocking Process
Andrew J. Ray, M.S.; Jeffrey M. Lotz, Ph.D.; Jeffrey F. Brunson, M.S.; John W. Leffler, Ph.D.

16 Oyster Output Affected By Environmental Features Of Farm Site
Darien D. Mizuta, Nelson Silveira Júnior, Christine E. Fischer, Daniel Lemos

19 Uncharted Waters: Kenya Takes Dramatic Leap In Aquaculture
Jeff Hino

22 India’s Fish Feed Industry – Growing Sector Can Support Aquaculture Diversity, Development
P. E. Vijay Anand, Ph.D.; Michael C. Cremer, Ph.D.

26 Tilapia Farming Faces Expansion Issues In Thailand
Ram C. Bhujel, Ph.D.; Mark Woollard

30 Working With Fish – Limit Zoonotic Diseases Through Prevention
Stephen A. Smith, DVM, Ph.D.

34 Bacterial Diseases Cause Granulomas In Fish – Varied Staining Methods Identify Pathogens
Wes A. Baumgartner, DVM, Dipl. ACVP; John Hawke, Ph.D.

37 Boston Session Examines ‘What Fish Eat’
Kelly Coleman

40 American Fisheries Society Calls For Immediate-Release Fish Sedatives
James Bowker, M.S.; Jesse Trushenski, Ph.D.

42 Potassium Diformate Doesn’t Affect Shrimp Growth, Survival; Reduces Nutrient Digestibility
Dong-Fang Deng, Ph.D.; Zhi Yong Ju, Ph.D.; Warren G. Dominy, Ph.D.; Peter J. Bechtel, Ph.D.; Scott Smiley, Ph.D.

46 Common Off-Flavors In Channel Catfish Following Partial Pond Harvest
Kevin K. Schrader, Ph.D.; Craig S. Tucker, Ph.D.

50 U.S. Catfish Industry Production Shifts Continue
James A. Steeby, Ph.D.

52 Survey Examines Perceived Barriers, Strategies
For U.S. Aquaculture Development
Saba Siddiki; Christopher M. Weible, Ph.D.

55 Figures Confirm: Chilean Salmon Is Back
Jorge Diaz Salinas

56 Off-Flavors In Aquacultured Products – Part II: Environmental, Endogenous Factors
George J. Flick, Jr., Ph.D.

58 Diversification Of The Aquaculture Sector – Seaweed Cultivation, Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture, Integrated Sequential Biorefineries
Dr. T. Chopin, Dr. A. Neori, Dr. A. Buschmann;
Dr. S. Pang, M. Sawhney

61 Shrimp Disruptions Continue, Supply Delays Expected Whole Salmon, Fillet Imports To U.S. Down Whole Tilapia Stay Low, Costa Rica Fillets Drop  Pangasius Imports Grow As Replacement Costs Rise
Paul Brown, Jr.; Janice Brown; Angel Rubio

65 Testing Finds Resistance To WSSV In Shrimp From Panamanian Breeding Program
Jorge Cuéllar-Anjel; Roberto Chamorro; Brenda White-Noble;
Paul Schofield; Donald V. Lightner, Ph.D.

67 Norweigian Salmon Smolt Farms Embracing RAS To Raise Production
Asbjørn Drengstig, Yngve Ulgenes, Helge Liltved, Asbjørn Bergheim

70 New Techniques, Peptide Treatments Aid Intensive Shrimp Farm In Ecuador
Mark Rottman

72 Single-Cell Detritus: Fermented Bioenriched Feed For Marine Larvae
Dr. S. Felix, P. Pradeepa

74 Novel Soy Proteins, Oils Replace Fishmeal To Achieve  FIFO Under 1:1 In Amberjack
Jennica Lowell, M.S.; Neil Anthony Sims, M.S.; Tom Clemente, Ph.D.

76 Photo-Based Color Evaluation Can Enhance Catfish Fillet Quality
David Cline

78 Nitrifier Product Improves Nitrification In RAS
David D. Kuhn, Ph.D.; David J. Drahos

80 Essential Oils Increase Weight Gain In Channel Catfish
Brian C. Peterson, Ph.D.; Brian G. Bosworth, Ph.D.;
Monica L. Wood; Menghe H. Li, Ph.D.; Ruben Beltran, M.S.

83 Labomar Study Defines Optimal Dietary Lipid, Energy Content For Fat Content
Alberto J. P. Nunes, Ph.D.; Ricardo C. C. Pinto, M.S., Marcelo V. C. Sá, Ph.D.

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