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A total of 134 references on the marine gastropod Trochus niloticus L., a major source of food and revenue in many Pacific Island countries.

SUBJECT: trochus niloticus; bibliographies; trochidae

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SUBJECT: fishery economics; fishery management; thailand; marine fisheries

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SUBJECT: shrimp fisheries; population dynamics; stock assessment; penaeus merguiensis; commercial species

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SUBJECT: clupeoid fisheries; upwelling; population dynamics; peru; engraulis ringens

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SUBJECT: marine fisheries; iclarm publications; indonesia

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Studies ontogenetic changes in salinity tolerance in tilapias spawned and reared in freshwater using the indices of median lethal salinity, mean survival time and median survival time. Discusses implications of findings for brackish - and seawater culture of tilapias.

SUBJECT: hybrids; oreochromis aureus; oreochromis niloticus; oreochromis mossambicus; tilapia

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SUBJECT: size distribution; methodology; length; stock assessment; population dynamics

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Proceedings of the 1985 Bellagio Conference on Detrital Systems for Aquaculture held in Bellagio, Como, Italy, to analyze and summarize available information on detrital food chains and the means for their manipulation in aquaculture. Contains 16 papers and related discussions.

SUBJECT: food chains; detritus; microbial ecology; aquaculture

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SUBJECT: coastal zone management; resource development; environmental profile; brunei darussalam; coastal zone

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Tilapia culture in Asia and other non African countries is practiced on a narrow genetic base. In contrast, African countries, many of which need assistance to develop their own aquaculture sectors, hold the global wealth of tilapia genetic resources. These resources have yet to be tapped to improve cultured breeds. These proceedings document a 1987 workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, to discu ...

SUBJECT: genetics; tilapia culture

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