Over the past eight years, the center has created a wealth of knowledge that is now available through a collection of free fact sheets.
WorldFish released a document that outlines the most optimal, locally appropriate, management practices for Nile tilapia hatcheries in Northeast Africa.
FAO manual presents detailed information about larval and juvenile rearing practices of Black Sea turbot (Scophthalmus maximus).
The guidebook contains ten steps that identify the main biosecurity risks and good aquaculture practices for small-scale farmers.
The book provides an up-to-date and user-friendly practical guide on nutritional pathology in the main commercially farmed species of fish and shrimp.
The guide aims to assist fish farmers when converting to recirculation aquaculture and give advice on good practices for running the system.
Aquaculture Pathophysiology is a two-volume resource for researchers, teachers, students, diagnostic laboratory scientists, aquaculture technicians, and farmers who need to be competent across both finfish and shellfish health issues.
The guidelines describe in detail steps and considerations in the design of hatchery-based breeding trials for small indigenous fish species (SIS) native to South Asia.
The manual is written for hatchery staff as a reference for daily operating procedures and for developing a site-specific and resource-specific seed production strategy.
Researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast, Nofima and Benchmark Genetics are the guest editors of a collection of articles on the application of genetics to aquaculture.
The book provides a comprehensive overview on the immune system of fish, reviews fundamentals and latest developments in fish vaccinology and discusses immune reactions to different pathogens.
The manual identified the best management and biosecurity tools and strategies to improve the sustainability and competitiveness of the bivalve sector.
The manual aims to inform national policymakers and other stakeholders of issues related to the development of contingency plans for responding to outbreaks of tilapia lake virus disease.
This book provides broad and detailed coverage of marine mussels from global breeding programs to fundamentals of mussel culture and advances in mussel science.
The new edition of Fish Nutrition provides readers with new information on the use of high-throughput technologies, the role of feeds on the microbiome and advances in essential nutrient requirements.
The manual aims to assist in facilitating and delivering improved technologies to catfish breeders to produce fast-growing and healthy fingerlings for profitable ventures.
The plan establishes guidance for disease reporting, laboratory and testing standardization, surveillance, response, biosecurity, data management as well as education and training.
This book is a practical resource on the technical aspects to understand a high-performance aquaculture facility, its design and form, and the materials and systems used within the facility.
These WorldFish guidelines have been developed to document optimal, locally appropriate management practices in tilapia hatcheries in Egypt.
The objective of this CGIAR document is to provide information on best management practices to prevent certain common mistakes during commercial production.