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Aquaculture in the Middle East and North Africa: Status and Research Needs
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Editors: Azad Ismail Saheb and Salam Al-Ablani (Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait)
Book Description:
An account of aquaculture status and research needs in the Middle East and North Africa is presented here with several renowned aquaculture experts of the region contributing research on aquaculture health.
The research in this book is devoted to a special topic of aquaculture health, thus emphasizing the importance of health of cultured aquatic species in an intensive congregated holding facility. This new book provides valuable information on the status and challenges faced by the aquaculture sector in the region. (Imprint: NOva Press)

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Table of Contents:

1. Fish Diseases in Israeli Mariculture: New Research Challenges
(A Colorni and A Diamant) pp.1-10

2. Parasitic Protozoans – Increasing Menace in Mariculture Facilities and Marine Aquarium in Kuwait
(Azad I.S. and Ahmed Al-Marzouk) pp.11-18

3. Status Of Aquaculture Health Management in The Islamic Republic Of Iran
(M. Soltani) pp.19-30

4. Diseases in Wild and Cultured Fish in Turkey
(E. Genc)pp.31-40

5. Principle Fish Pathogens in Tunisian Aquaculture
(C. Nadia and H. Salah) pp.41-48

6. Breeding The Silver Pomfret, Pampus Argenteus (Euphrasen), For Aquaculture: Achievements And Challenges
(Sulaiman M. Almatar and Charles M. James) pp.49-86

7. Some Metocean Aspects for the Selection of Suitable Mariculture Sites in the Arabian Gulf
(S. Neelamani) pp.87-102

8. Industry Perspective of Aquaculture In The Middle East - Status And Issues
(C. Regunathan) pp.103-154

9. Aquaculture in Israel: Current Status and Innovative Approaches
(W.M. Koven, S. Harpaz, J. Van Rijn, N. Mozes) pp.155-190

10. Aquaculture Status and Needs in The Islamic Republic Of Iran
(M. Soltani) pp.191-208

11. Review of Moroccan Aquaculture
(A. Orbi, H. Nhhala and M. I. Halla)pp.209-256

12. Aquaculture in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Growth, Prospects and Problems
(F. Bukhari) pp.257-274

13. Aquaculture in Turkey – Status and Needs
(H. Deniz) pp.275-318

Index pp.319-324

      Marine Biology
      Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 324.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61209-834-0
   Status: AV
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