A complete, up-to-date account of the theory and practice of water quality management for pond fish culture. The scope encompasses: a review of water quality and water quantity requirements of fish, pond fertilization, liming, dynamics of dissolved oxygen in ponds, feeding and water quality, aeration, aquatic plant control, chemical treatments and hydrology. The treatment is comprehensive, including discussions of both theoretical and practical aspects of each management procedure. As well as being useful to advanced undergraduate and graduate students in fisheries and fish culture, researchers in fisheries and fish culture, and practicing fisheries biologists and fish culturists, the book also includes valuable information for individuals in other fields who are responsible for managing aquatic resources.
The book is in good/very good condition.