Concept of microbial bioremediation in aquaculture wastes; Review

@inproceedings{Musyoka2016ConceptOM,
  title={Concept of microbial bioremediation in aquaculture wastes; Review},
  author={Sonia N. Musyoka},
  year={2016}
}
The past two decades have seen great intensification of the aquaculture industry. Currently aquaculture production accounts close to 50% of the consumption of fish worldwide. This substantial growth in the aquaculture sector is greatly attributed by the increase in fish demand, declining fisheries, improved technologies among others. To meet this demand, there have emerged intensive culture practices which are associated with both an uncontrolled use of feed and a massive production of waste… CONTINUE READING

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