Nitrogen biogeochemistry of aquaculture ponds

@inproceedings{Hargreaves1998NitrogenBO,
  title={Nitrogen biogeochemistry of aquaculture ponds},
  author={John A. Hargreaves},
  year={1998}
}
Nitrogen (N) biogeochemistry of aquaculture ponds is dominated by biological transformations of N added to ponds in the form of inorganic or organic fertilizers and formulated feeds. Nitrogen application in excess of pond assimilatory capacity can lead to the deterioration of water quality through the accumulation of nitrogenous compounds (e.g., ammonia and nitrite) with toxicity to fish or shrimp. Principal sources of ammonia include fish excretion and sediment flux derived from the… CONTINUE READING

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