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  1. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper No. 589
    Small-scale aquaponic food production
    Integrated fish and plant farming
    Christopher Somerville
    FAO consultant
    Ireland
    Moti Cohen
    FAO consultant
    Israel
    Edoardo Pantanella
    FAO consultant
    Italy
    Austin Stankus
    FAO consultant
    Italy
    and
    Alessandro Lovatelli
    FAO Aquaculture Branch
    Italy

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  2. Hi
    A good read doc./pdf on the subject IMO
    Nitrite Poisoning or "Brown Blood" Disease- A Preventable Problem  by Jesse A. Chappell. Extension Fisheries Specialist, Assistant Professor, Auburn University ( 2008 )
    enjoy
    cheers
     

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  3. I noticed that the link to this doc./pdf didn't work any more in the post/thread disscusion.
    I decided to upload it here instead of fixing the link in the post, the links seems to have a limitid life and this doc is to good to get lost again IMO
    cheers

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  4. Hi
    A nice basic doc/pdf on effluent treatment in aq
    cheers

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  5. Exiting "news" to me, this thesis is yet another swedish inovation in  RAS filtering tecnique
    The video explains AOT (Advanced Oxidation Technology)
     
    cheers

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  6. Hi here are the publicated results/findings enjoy
    cut/paste from the doc/pdf
     
    Abstract
    The main objective of AQUAPONICS NOMA (Nordic Marine) was to establish innovation
    networks on co-production of plants and fish (aquaponics), and thereby improve Nordic
    competitiveness in the marine & food sector. To achieve this, aquaponics production units
    were established in Iceland, Norway and Denmark, adapted to the local needs and regulations.
    Experiments were performed to investigate suitable fish and crop species for Nordic
    aquaponics in terms of growth, quality, effluents, temperature and nutrient balances. Further
    efforts have been made to optimize management practices and technologies in aquaponics,
    e.g. treatment of wastewater and solid wastes to protect the environment from pollution and
    pathogens. The project has designed commercial scale aquaponics production models for the
    Nordic region, and investigated consumer market potentials including the possibility for Eco-
    labeling. The study has demonstrated that aquaponics may be a viable component in Nordic
    food production, both at small scale (urban aquaponics) and in large scale combinations of
    agri- and aquaculture. The results have been and will be disseminated to the public and to the
    scientific community.

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  7. risiko eval i salmonid klekkeri.pdf

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  8. Fish Increase Greenhouse Profits
    An aquaculture study in North Carolina shows that fish and vegetables can be good companion crops.
    By Doug Sanders and Mark McMurtry
    February 1988

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  9. Aquaculture in Greenhouses:
    Fish and Vegetables Grow Together
    by Dr. Mark R. McMurtry
    This article was featured in NCSU Research Perspectives 7:3

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  10. IAVS Folio Reprints from Inside Dr. Mark R. McMurtry's Research Greenhouse
    by Dr. Mark R. McMurtry
    This document includes numerous photos of the inside of Dr. McMurtry's research greenhouse, the growbeds, plants, fish and more.  Some production data concerning both plants and fish is also included, as well as some growth rate data pertaining to the tilapia. 

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  11. Food Value, Water Use Efficiency, and Economic Productivity of an Integrated Aquaculture-Olericulture System as Influenced by Tank to Biofilter Ratio M.R. McMurtry, D.C. Sanders, B.C. Haning, and P.C. St. Amand   Includes the original text as well as supporting data tables. (2 documents)

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  12. Sand Culture of Vegetables Using Recirculated Aquaculture Effluents
    M.R. McMurtry, P.V. Nelson, D.C. Sanders, L. Hodges
    Department of Horticulture Science North Carolina State University
     
    This appeared in Applied Agricultural Research Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 280-284

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  13. Yield of Tomato Irrigated with Recirculating Aquaculture Water
    M.R. McMurtry, D.C. Sanders, R.P. Patterson, A. Nash
    Featured in Journal of Production Agriculture, Vol. 6, no. 3, 1993

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  14. Yield of Tomato Irrigated with Recirculating Aquaculture Water
    M.R. McMurtry, D.C. Sanders, R.P. Patterson, A. Nash
    Featured in Journal of Production Agriculture, Vol. 6, no. 3, 1993

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  15. Water Quality Maintenance and Mineral Assimilation by
    Plants Influence Growth of Hybrid Tilapia in Culture with Vegetable Crops
    M.R. McMurtry, R.G. Hodson and D.C. Sanders

    University of North Carolina Sea Grant College Program and Department of
    Horticultural Science, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695
     
    This is a multi-file document.  Please download all associated files for proper cross referencing.
    Main Document:
    J. WAS 94 Text_alpha Cit.pdf
     
    Supporting data, tables and figures:
    J. WAS 94 Tables.pdf
    J. WAS 94 Table 3 final.pdf
    J. WAS 94 Figures.pdf

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  16. A handy little reference chart for sizing your plumbing in a new or existing system.

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  17. Drawer%20Compacted%20Sand%20Filter%20lab%20scale.pdf

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  18. The Power of Duck Integrated Rice and Duck Farming by Takao Furuno

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  19. The subsistence fishfarming



    in Africa: Technical Manual


    ACF
    Devrig VELLY - Senior Food Security advisor, AAH
    Cédric BERNARD - Food Security advisor in DRC, AAH
    François CHARRIER - Food Security advisor in DRC, AAH, Rereader
    Aimara
    François MEUNIER - Emeritas Professor at MNHN, President of AIMARA,
    Rereader
    Patrice PRUVOST - Secretary of AIMARA
    Hélène PAGÉZY - Researcher, CNRS
    Other collaborators
    Roland BILLARD - Emeritas Professor at MNHN, Rereader
    Didier PAUGY - Research Director at IRD
    Thierry OBERDORFF - Research Director at IRD
    Jérome LAZARD - Research Director at IRD
    Alain BARBET - Agronomist
    Anton LAMBOJ - Researcher, University of Vienna, Austria.
    Mickael NEGRINI - Fishfarming technician
    Kirk WINNEMILLER - Researcher, University of Texas, USA
    Étienne BEZAULT - Researcher, EAWAG, Switzerland
    Fabien NANEIX - Teacher

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  20. A nice article covering the polyculture of Bass and Tilapia.

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