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- Trang, Ngo Thuy Diem, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Aquaculture research 2014 v.45 no.3 pp. 460-469
- Canna glauca; Ipomoea aquatica; Lactuca sativa; aboveground biomass; aquaculture tanks; biofilters; cleaning; fish ponds; fish products; flowers; green leafy vegetables; recycling; water quality; Vietnam
- ... The feasibility of using planted biofilters for purification of recirculated aquaculture water in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam was assessed. The plant trenches were able to clean tilapia aquaculture water and to maintain good water quality in the fish tanks without renewal of the water. NH₄‐N was removed efficiently in the plant trenches, particularly in the trenches with Canna glauca L., probably ...
- Trang, Ngo Thuy Diem, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Aquaculture 2011 v.313 no.1-4 pp. 57-64
- organic matter; recirculating aquaculture systems; Cyprinus carpio; Microcystis; fish; Canna generalis; tropics; Oreochromis niloticus; degradation; oxygen; water pollution; water quality; feed conversion; nitrification; eutrophication; constructed wetlands; biomass; fish ponds; animal growth; water use efficiency; water treatment; environmental impact; Vietnam
- ... Common practice of aquaculture in Vietnam and other countries in South East Asia involves frequent discharge of polluted water into rivers which results in eutrophication and degradation of receiving water bodies. There is therefore a need to develop improved aquaculture systems which have a more efficient use of water and less environmental impact. The aim of this study was to assess the suitabil ...