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American Publications

A list of American fish-farming publications.


Title: Aqua Magazine
Format: Magazine
Description: Spanish language magazine for aquaculture published in Chile. The website also acts as a portal for information and industry news.


Title: Aquaculture Magazine
Format: Magazine
Description: Aquaculture magazine on-line provides information on fish farming, fish processing and fish breeding. Topics include fish pond management, fish diseases, fish market trends, fish farm stocking, fish recirculating systems, fish statistics, fish selling, fish nutrition, fish feed etc., with a focus on the US and international aquaculture industry. Published six times per year.

Title: Aquaculture News
Format: on-line newsletter
Description: On-line news, continually updated from thousands of sources across the net. Provided by TOPIX, the leading news community on the web, connecting people to information and discussions across the USA.

Title: Aquaculture Engineering
Format: Magazine
Description: Official journal of the aquaculture engineering society. Aquacultural engineering is concerned with the design and development of effective aquacultural systems for marine and freshwater facilities. The journal aims to apply the knowledge gained from basic research, which potentially can be translated into commercial operations. Problems of scale-up and application of research data involve many parameters, both physical and biological, making it difficult to anticipate the interaction between the unit processes and the cultured animals. Aquacultural engineering aims to develop this bioengineering interface for aquaculture.

Title: Fish Farming News
Format: Newspaper
Description: The USA national fish farming newspaper, for professionals and scientists.

Title: Global Aquaculture Advocate
Format: Magazine
Description: The full-colour bi-monthly magazine of the Global Aquaculture Alliance. Presents practical information on current seafood issues, efficient and responsible aquaculture technology, GAA activities and commercial advertising, in an easy-to-read format.

Title: North American Journal of Aquaculture / Journal of Fisheries Management
Format: Journal
Description: The aim of these journals is to promote communication amongst managers, it addresses the maintenance, enhancement and allocation of fisheries resources. Its contents chronicle the development of practical monitoring and management programs for finfish and exploitable shellfish in marine and freshwater environments. Contributions relate to the way species, habitats, and harvests may be managed to protect and enhance fish and fishery resources for societal benefits. Case histories of successes, failures and side effects of fisheries programs help convey practical management experience to others. Available in print and electronic formats.

Title: Northern Aquaculture
Format: Newsletter
Description: A bi-monthly trade publication devoted to the growth of a strong, economically viable and environmentally conscious cold water aquaculture industry in North America. It covers the latest news in finfish and shellfish culture from both coasts as well as the central regions of North America. Species covered include salmon, trout, arctic charr, halibut and shellfish.


Title: Bulletin of the Aquaculture Association of Canada (AAC)
Format: Bulletin
Description: The AAC issues the bulletin 3 times per year, with the aim of publishing as many papers as possible from the annual meeting, often led by guest editors along a specific theme or topic. Proceedings of the contributed papers from the annual meeting are published under the AAC's Special Publication Series. Bulletins and special publications are included with membership in the AAC. Back issues can be purchased from the AAC office.

Title: Hatchery International
Format: Magazine
Description: Published six times per year, hatchery international is the only magazine that focuses exclusively on the early rearing (hatchery) side of the aquaculture industry, fisheries enhancement and recirculation technology.

Title: IRDC Canada
Format: Books
Description: The International Development Research Centre provides a library of on-line books, some of which cover fisheries and fish farming, e.g. rice-fish culture in China, migratory fishes of South America, managing small-scale fisheries, water hyacinth in Africa and the Middle East, and many more general environmental and sustainability topics.