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Annotated bibliography of flatfish aquaculture
  • Published Date:
    1997
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Annotated bibliography of flatfish aquaculture
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    Texas A & M University, Sea Grant College Program, ; National Sea Grant Program (U.S.) ;
  • Description:
    "This bibliography contains citations and abstracts of publications on flatfish culture produced between the late 1970s and 1997. Also included are references to an earlier bibliography (White and Stickney 1973) that traces the early years of flatfish culture and a more recent one on halibut culture (Stickney and Seawright 1993). Some of the citations that appear below may also be listed in the earlier halibut bibliography although no attempt has been made to reproduce all the citations in that work. Halibut citations subsequent to 1993 are included in the following pages. Also included are references to California halibut (actually a species of Paralichthys, not Hippoglossus). Titles for papers published in a language other than English are given in both the published language and in English, with the English title placed between brackets. A few of the references presented herein are not specifically related to culture of the fish but were included because the information may be of use and interest to aquaculturists. The species that dominates the modern flatfish culture literature today is Paralichthys olivaceus, most commonly known as the Japanese flounder but also as the olive flounder, bastard, and bastard halibut. Throughout the summaries, the common name Japanese flounder is used (sometimes parenthetically with another common name). No common names have been altered in the literature citations"--Foreword.

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    Funding: NOAA National Sea Grant Office; grant number: NA56RG0388;
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