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- Dong, Shuanglin, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Chinese journal of oceanology and limnology 2017 v.35 no.1 pp. 132-152
- Amphora; Annelida; Apostichopus japonicus; Chlorophyta; Cocconeis; Licmophora; Navicula; Nitzschia closterium; Synedra; algal blooms; animals; artificial reefs; autumn; biofilm; biomass; commercial farms; community structure; diet; foods; mariculture; multidimensional scaling; ponds; quantitative analysis; rearing; seasonal variation; summer; water quality; China
- ... Periphytic biofilms in aquaculture waters are thought to improve water quality, provide an additional food source, and improve the survival and growth of some reared animals. In the Asia- Pacific region, particularly in China, artificial reefs are commonly used in the commercial farming of sea cucumbers. However, few studies have examined the epilithic biofilms on the artificial reefs. To gain a b ...
- Dong, Shuanglin, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Chinese journal of oceanology and limnology 2017 v.35 no.1 pp. 122-131
- Apostichopus japonicus; Fenneropenaeus chinensis; bioturbation; carbon; carbon nitrogen ratio; chlorophyll; coculture; crop production; nitrogen; nitrogen content; organic matter; particulates; rearing; sediments; shrimp; specific growth rate; surface water; survival rate
- ... Using net enclosures in an earthen pond, we established three culture treatments with the sea cucumber Apostichopus japonicus and the Chinese white shrimp Fenneropenaeus chinensis: monoculture of sea cucumbers (C), monoculture of shrimp (S), and co-culture of the two species (CS). We measured levels of suspended particulate matter in the water column; total organic matter, total organic carbon, to ...