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Submerged cage culture of fish in supersaturated thermal effluent. 8. Annu. Meet. World Mariculture Society; San Jose (Costa Rica); 9 Jan 1977
(, 1977 197)
A primary drawback for cage culture in heated effluent has been extensive mortalities due to gas bubble disease. This malady, endemic to power plant effluent, is caused by supersaturation of atmospheric gases in water. The ...
The culture of black drum (Pogonias cromis) in cages receiving effluent from a power plant. 7. Annu. Meet. World Mariculture Society; San Diego, CA (USA); 25 Jan 1976
(, 1976 197)
Black drum (P. cromis) were cultured from 17 June 1974, until 15 May 1975, in 0.16 m SUP-3 cylindrical cages in the plant intake water and in heated effluent at stations 1, 2, and 3 located increasing distances from the ...
Cage culture of seven fish species in a power plant effluent characterized by wide salinity fluctuations. 8. Annu. Meet. World Mariculture Society; San Jose (Costa Rica); 9 Jan 1977
(, 1977 197)
Seven fish species, including freshwater, estuarine, and marine species, were cultured in floating cages between 22 July 1973 and 18 August 1975 in intake waters and at five stations in the cooling lake of an upper Galveston ...