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Further, an ecosystem approach to management requires the identification of ecological reference points against which management objectives might be set. In applying indicators, identifying reference points, and setting objectives, an obvious requirement is that the indicators respond primarily to the anthropogenic activity being managed and are sufficiently sensitive that impacts of the activity and the responses to management action are clearly demonstrable. Here we apply a suite of 12 indicators to Scottish August groundfish survey data collected in the northern North Sea over the period 1925–1997. These include indicators of size structure, life-history character composition, species diversity, and trophic structure within the community. Introduction Indicator selection Methods. Proceedings of the Aquaculture Workshop for SEAFDEC/AQD Training Alumni; 8-11 September 1992; Fish diseases in Thailand: status.
ICES Journal of Marine Science, 63: 253e266 (2006) Diseases of gadoid fish in cultivation: a review. INTER RESEARCH DISEASES OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS - Résumés du bulletin mensuel en ligne. The leading journal in its field, DAO covers all aspects of disease phenomena in aquatic organisms.
It strives for the highest possible quality, quick publication, and a premium standard of technical presentation. Publication schedule 2014: 5 volumes, 108 to 112 Annual rate 2014: € 995 plus postage Subscribe: 2014 Average time from final acceptance to publication: 90 days. Most recent issue: BIOSECURITY NEW ZEALAND - Aquatic Animal Diseases Diagnostic Testing. The importance of aquatic animals to New Zealand Aquatic animals are important to New Zealand for many reasons: commercial fisheries target more than 130 species and are worth in excess of $1.1 billion to our economyaquatic animals grown in farms (aquaculture) add another $250 million of value to the economy.
This industry plans to be worth $1 billion to New Zealand by 2021.more than 1.2 million individual aquatic animals are imported every year to satisfy the demand for aquarium fish. The species permitted for import can be found in this import health standard: fisornic.all.pdf there are important customary fisheries for Maoriour aquatic animals perform a vital role in the healthy aquatic ecosystem of our fresh and marine watersNew Zealand is world renowned for the quality and size of its brown and rainbow trout, and the variety and quality of our natural freshwater fisheries.
Protecting the industries and the environment. NSW GOVERNMENT (Australie) - Disease management in aquaculture. Intensively cultured fish and shellfish are naturally susceptible to bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections, particularly at times of stress.
Many problems can be avoided by appropriately quarantining new stock before release into culture tanks or ponds, maintaining water quality and a stress free environment and regular disease monitoring of stock. In the event of disease outbreak, stock can sometimes be effectively treated by salt or freshwater baths, or via veterinarian prescribed treatments. Oysters Several oyster species are cultured in NSW.
This includes the native Sydney rock oyster (Saccostrea glomerata), the introduced Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas), the native flat oyster (Ostrea angasi) and the Akoya pearl oyster (Pinctada imbricata). The practice of 'highway oyster farming', which involves transfer of oysters between estuaries for on-growing, was established for Sydney rock oysters during the 1960s. Disease issues have also affected other oyster species. Silver perch. DEFRA - Aquatic animal health and movements. APHIS USDA - OCT 2008 - National Aquatic Animal Health Plan for the United States.
MURDOCH UNIVERSITY - 2004 - Aquatic animal health: exotic disease training manua. 2001 - Asia Diagnostic Guide to Aquatic Animal Diseases. The Asia Diagnostic Guide to Aquatic Animal Diseases or 'Asia Diagnostic Guide' is an up- datable diagnostic guide for the pathogens and diseases listed in the NACA/FAO/ OIE Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Reporting System.
It was developed from a large amount of technical contribution from aquatic animal health scientists in the Asia- Pacific region who supported the regional programme. The Asia Diagnostic Guide, which could be effectively used for both farm and laboratory level diagnosis in the region, not only complements the Manual of Procedures for the implementation of the Asia Regional Technical Guidelines on health management for the responsible movement of live aquatic animals, but also assists in expanding national and regional aquatic animal health diagnostic capabilities that will assist countries in upgrading technical capacities to meet the requirements in the OIE International Aquatic Animal Code and the OIE Diagnostic Manual for Aquatic Animal Diseases.
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