April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
Aquaculture engineering requires knowledge of the many general aspects of engineering such as material technology, building design and construction, mechanical engineering and environmental engineering. In this comprehensive book, Odd-Ivar Lekang introduces these principles and demonstrates how such technical knowledge can be applied to aquaculture systems, offering the reader coverage including:
• Construction and design of aquatic production
• Water transportation and treatment
• Different production units
• Feed and feeding systems
• Instrumentation and monitoring
• Fish transportation and grading
• Cleaning and waste handling
Fish farmers and other personnel involved in the aquaculture industry, suppliers to the fish farming business and designers and manufacturers will find this book an invaluable resource. The book will be an important addition to the shelves of all libraries in universities and research institutions where aquaculture, agriculture and environmental sciences are studied and taught.
2 Water transport.
3 Water quality and water treatment: an introduction.
4 Adjustment of pH.
5 Removal of particles.
7 Heating and cooling.
8 Aeration and oxygenation.
9 Ammonia removal.
10 Recirculation and water re-use systems.
11 Production units: a classification.
12 Egg storage and hatching equipment.
13 Tanks, basins and other closed production units.
15 Sea cages.
16 Feeding systems.
17 Internal transport and size grading.
18 Transport of live fish.
19 Instrumentation and monitoring.
20 Buildings and superstructures.
21 Design and construction of aquaculture fisheries.
22 Planning aquaculture facilities.
Department of Mathematical Sciences and Technology, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
- Covers all major aspects of the subject
- An essential guide for all aquaculture personnel
- Author has many years’ experience teaching and working in
- Aquaculture is predicted to continue rapid growth until at least 2025
World Aquaculture, Vol38, No3, 2007
'Fish farmers and other personnel involved in the aquaculture
industry, suppliers to the fish farming business and designers and
manufacturers will find this book an invaluable resource. The book
will be an important addition to the shelves of all libraries in
universities and research institutions where aquaculture,
agriculture and environmental sciences are studied and
'A useful book that, hopefully, will inspire successors that
focus more on warm water aquaculture and on large-scale mariculture
such as tuna farming.'
'the book...provides a useful history and description of the
current state-of-the-art of aquaculture engineering.'
Work Boat World, October 2007
the inclusion of worked examples to illustrate the practical
application of technical equations is a usefulo deature... this
book is richly illutsrated, with many black and white photographs,
line diagrams and graphs'
Aquaculture Int (2007) 15: 503-504