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- Kevin K. Schrader; Craig S. Tucker; Travis W. Brown; Eugene L. Torrans; Gregory N. Whitis
- North American Journal of Aquaculture 2016 v.78 no.4 pp. 384-395
- Bacillariophyceae; Chlorophyta; Chrysophyceae; Cryptophyceae; Euglenozoa; Microcystis aeruginosa; Miozoa; Phaeophyceae; Planktothrix agardhii; Planktothrix perornata; ammonia; aquaculture systems; biomass; catfish; chlorophyll; commercial farms; community structure; dissolved oxygen; farmed fish; farmers; fish culture; fish industry; fish waste; phytoplankton; ponds; water flow; water quality; Alabama; Mississippi
- ... There has been a growing interest and use of variations of partitioned aquaculture systems (PAS) in recent years by the southeastern United States of America farmed catfish industry. Split-pond systems, one type of PAS, are designed to better manage fish waste byproducts (e.g., ammonia) and dissolved oxygen levels than the conventional earthen ponds that have been utilized by farmers for many deca ...