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AQUACULTURE INTERACTIVE CD-ROM - $49.95
Aquaculture Interactive is the ultimate desktop resource for anyone interested in learning about the emerging significance of sustainable, environmentally responsible aquaculture for our future. The CD-ROM contains seven comprehensive units:

    1. HISTORY OF AQUACULTURE
    2. WATER QUALITY
    3. CULTURE SYSTEMS
    4. AERATION, FILTRATION, AND DISINFECTION
    5. NUTRITION
    6. AQUATIC HEALTH
    7. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

The program presents over 1,100 screens of interactive content, including full-motion video, audio, animations, illustrations, and industry photographs from around the world. It features a variety of innovative navigational features and helpful resources, including an exhaustive interactive glossary.

You can also visit www.aquaculture-online.org/ai for more info. and product demos online!

For purchase information and Academic Pricing contact aisupport@hboi.edu)

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CONCH IN THE CLASSROOM TEACHING PACKET - $75 for teachers and $100 for general public (plus shipping)
This teaching packet includes: a collection of conch publications that is spiral bound, the "Conch's Life Story" video, the CHN brochure, a queen conch life cycle poster, the Conch Horn newsletter, and a set of juvenile queen conch shells. Please contact Amber Shawl for ordering.

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QUEEN CONCH PUBLICATIONS - $75
A collection of conch publications by Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution scientists. (1983 - present) Prepared by the Conch Heritage Network Headquarters. Please contact Amber Shawl for ordering.

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THE CONCH'S LIFE STORY (VIDEO) - $10
The Harbor Branch ACTED Program has just released a video entitled "The Conch's Life Story." This five minute video highlights reproductive biology, larval development, and juvenile stage development of cultured queen conch, and features superb videomicroscopy shot by award-winning HBOI videographer Brian Cousin. Production of the video was made possible by the support of HBOI and the Keys Marine Conservancy. Please contact Amber Shawl for ordering


HBOI MANUALS

FARMING MARINE SHRIMP IN RECIRCULATING FRESHWATER SYSTEMS
A Practical Manual, by P. Van Wyk, M. Davis-Hodgkins, R. Laramore, K.L. Main, J. Mountain and J. Scarpa (1999). Topics covered include greenhouse construction, principles of recirculating system design, Harbor Branch shrimp production systems, receiving and acclimation of postlarvae, nutrition and feed practices, water quality requirements, shrimp health management, and the economics of shrimp culture in recirculating systems.

Table of Contents and Report Cover [ PDF ]
Final Report [ PDF ]
Chapter 1 - Introduction [ PDF ]
Chapter 2 - Getting Started [ PDF ]
Chapter 3 - Greenhouse Construction [ PDF ]
Chapter 4 - Principles of Recirculating System Design [ PDF ]
Chapter 5 - Harbor Branch Shrimp Production Systems [ PDF ]
Chapter 6 - Receiving and Acclimation of Postlarvae [ PDF ]
Chapter 7 - Nutrition and Feeding of Litopenaeus vannamei [ PDF ]
Chapter 8 - Water Quality Requirements & Management [ PDF ]
Chapter 9 - Shrimp Health Management [ PDF ]
Chapter 10 - Economics of Shrimp Culture in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems [ PDF ]
Appendix A - Ammonia Mass Balance [ PDF ]
Appendix B - Friction Loss Tables [ PDF ]

Download the latest version of ACROBAT READER to view PDF files

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A MANUAL FOR FARMING THE HARD SHELL CLAM IN FLORIDA (RELEASE DATE 1997) - $30
This manual covers hatchery, nursery and field growout techniques. Other topics include harvest, site selection and record keeping.

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MANUAL FOR THE CULTIVATION OF THE AMERICAN OYSTER CRASSOSTREA VIRGINICA, IN FLORIDA (RELEASE DATE 1990) - $30
Topics covered include oyster anatomy, hatchery techniques, microalgae production, nursery and growout procedures, diseases and predators.


ACTED COURSE NOTEBOOKS - Contact Research Administration Office to place orders

Microalgae and Live Feeds Culture - $50
Topics include how to culture microalgae, rotifers, and artemia from small to large-scale.

Opportunities in Aquaculture - $100
Topics include general resources molluscan, crustacean and fish culture.

Recirculating Aquaculture Systems: Principles of Design and Operation - $125
Covers design and operation of recirculating systems. Ideal for culturing molluscs, crustaceans and finfish in fresh and saltwater.