Aquaculture Systems

Some articles on aquaculture, system, systems:

Geothermal Energy And Aquaculture - Methods - Integrated
... Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) is a practice in which the by-products (wastes) from one species are recycled to become inputs (fertilizers, food) for another ... Fed aquaculture (for example, fish, shrimp) is combined with inorganic extractive (for example, seaweed) and organic extractive (for example, shellfish) aquaculture to ... refers to the incorporation of species from different trophic or nutritional levels in the same system ...
Integrated Multi-trophic Aquaculture - Terminology and Related Approaches
... Some traditional systems did culture species that occupied multiple niches within the same pond, but with limited intensity and management ... The more general term "Integrated Aquaculture" is used to describe the integration of monocultures through water transfer ... The terms "IMTA" and "integrated aquaculture" differ primarily in their precision and are sometimes interchanged ...

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