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Article published the October 14, 2016
  Introduction Feed management is a key factor affecting water quality (Boyd and Tucker 1998, Jory 1995) and production economics in aquaculture (Jolly and Clonts 1993). Not only is the feed the initial 0source of physiological wastes, but it accounts for 55% to 60% of the operation costs in intensive systems and around 40% in semi-intensive systems (Chanratchakool et al. 1994, Lovell 1998) ...
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Article published the November 30, 2012
World food supplies must not only meet the needs of an expanding population but it must also provide for increased consumption as the standard of living of the existing population improves. This means the demand for resources is rising exponentially and is one of the biggest challenges facing agriculture since the "green revolution". Projections from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of ...
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Member of American Fisheries Society and World Aquaculture Society. Associate Editor, Journal of the World Aquaculture Society. Faculty Advisor, American Fisheries Society Auburn University Chapter. Directors Research Award for Assistant Professors, Alabama Agricultural Experiment Sation, Auburn University, 2003. Aquaculture Engineering Society, Superior Paper Award, given in recognition of authorship of a contribution to aquacultureal engineering literature of exceptional merit. 2003. Dean’s Grantsmanship Award 2008. Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn University.
Location:Madison, Alabama, Estados Unidos de América
Profile: Academic / scientific
Occupation: Aquatic Animal Nutrition
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