Lindsay Glenn Ross

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Aquaculture contributed 43 per cent of aquatic animal food for human consumption in 2007 (e.g. fish, crustaceans and molluscs, but excluding mammals, reptiles and aquatic plants) and is expected to grow further to meet the future demand. It is very diverse and, contrary to many perceptions, dominated by shellfish and herbivorous and omnivorous pond fish(More)
Site selection is a key factor in any aquaculture operation, affecting both success and sustainability. Moreover, it can solve conflicts between different coastal activities, making a rational use of the coastal space. Geographical information systems (GIS) have become of increased significance for environmental planning and assessment mainly because of the(More)
Quantitative aspects of the filter-feeding of the tilapia,Oreochromis niloticus, on two species of the blue-green algae —Anabaena cylindrica andMicrocystis aeruginosa — were investigated in the laboratory. The ingestion rate of 85 mm SLO. niloticus was best fitted using a linear regression over the range of biovolume concentrations studied (3 × 106 − 3 ×(More)
Geographical information systems (GIS) are becoming an increasingly integral component of natural resource management activities worldwide. However, despite some indication that these tools are receiving attention within the aquaculture community, their deployment for spatial decision support in this domain continues to be very slow. This situation is(More)
Address correspondence to: Dr. C.A. Martínez Palacios. Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo. Av. San Juanito Itzícuaro s/n, Col. San Juanito Itzícuaro, Morelia, Michoacán, MEXICO. E-mail: / Received on February 3, 2005. Accepted on September 15, 2005. The family Atherinopsidae consists of 150 to 160 species,(More)
This paper describes the use of a geographical information system (GIS) to construct environmental models for land-based aquaculture development in the State of Sinaloa, Mexico. Based on the source data, submodels were created focusing on three different themes: general environmental issues, water resources and water quality. Models enabled multicriteria(More)
19 20 Modern Geographical Information Systems (GIS) offer a powerful modelling 21 environment capable of handling large databases. They are a very suitable 22 environment in which to develop a suite of tools designed for environmental 23 management of aquaculture sites, including carrying capacity prediction, land-water 24 interactions and multi-site(More)
A 7-week feeding trial was conducted to investigate the effects of replacing fish meal by autoclaved Salicornia bigelovii seed meal (SSM), supplemented with varying cholesterol levels, on feed intake, growth performance, body composition and survival of Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus fingerlings under laboratory conditions. SSM was tested at different(More)
Defining the physical suitability of an area for marine cage fish farming is of great importance, as each cage type has its own engineering tolerance levels and is designed to cope with a certain range of environmental conditions. Currently, there are no definitive, objective methods used to evaluate the suitability of coastal and offshore sites with(More)