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Aquaculture sludge removal and stabilization within created wetlands
The objective of this research was to investigate treatment of the concentrated solids discharge produced during clarifier backwash within an aquaculture facility. Solids removal and stabilizationExpand
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Heavy metal and waste metabolite accumulation and their potential effect on rainbow trout performance in a replicated water reuse system operated at low or high system flushing rates.
Abstract A six-month trial was conducted to compare the effects of high and low make-up water flushing rates on rainbow trout performance and water quality in replicated water reuse aquacultureExpand
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Use of avoidance response by rainbow trout to carbon dioxide for fish self-transfer between tanks
Abstract Convenient, economical, and reduced labor fish harvest and transfer systems are required to realize operating cost savings that can be achieved with the use of much larger and deeperExpand
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Evaluation of geotextile filtration applying coagulant and flocculant amendments for aquaculture biosolids dewatering and phosphorus removal
Abstract Wastes contained in the microscreen backwash discharged from intensive recirculating aquaculture systems were removed and dewatered in simple geotextile bag filters. Three chemicalExpand
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Review of Ozone Processes and Applications as an Oxidizing Agent in Aquaculture
Abstract Ozone has been used in a range of aquaculture applications related to disinfection and improving water quality. Ozone has seen wide use because it is a powerful oxidizing agent that has aExpand
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Impact of depuration of earthy-musty off-flavors on fillet quality of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, cultured in a recirculating aquaculture system
Abstract Over the past decade in the United States, there has been increased interest in the establishment and use of land-based, closed-containment systems [e.g., recirculating aquaculture systemExpand
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Inactivation of bacteria using ultraviolet irradiation in a recirculating salmonid culture system
Abstract The objective of this research was to determine the ultraviolet (UV) irradiation dosages required to inactivate bacteria in a commercial-scale recirculating salmonid culture system. ResearchExpand
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Design implication of carbon dioxide production within biofilters contained in recirculating salmonid culture systems
Abstract The objectives of this research were (1) to experimentally quantify the dissolved carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) production within a biofilter (2) to use stoichiometry to estimate the CO 2Expand
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Heterotrophic denitrification of aquaculture effluent using fluidized sand biofilters
Abstract The ability to consistently and cost-effectively reduce nitrate-nitrogen loads in effluent from recirculating aquaculture systems would enhance the industry's environmental stewardship andExpand
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The effects of carbon dioxide on performance and histopathology of rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss in water recirculation aquaculture systems
Chronic exposure to elevated levels of dissolved carbon dioxide (CO2) has been linked to reduced growth, physiological disturbances and negative health outcomes in intensively reared fish. AlthoughExpand
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