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Brine shrimp Artemia in coastal saltworks: inexpensive source of food for vertically integrated aquaculture
Sorgeloos, P. (1983). Brine shrimp Artemia in coastal saltworks: inexpensive source of food for vertically integrated aquaculture, in: Proceedings of the World Mariculture Society Meeting "Washington Aquaculture '83", Washington DC (USA), January 9-13, 1983. pp. 1-6
In: (1983). Proceedings of the World Mariculture Society Meeting "Washington Aquaculture '83", Washington DC (USA), January 9-13, 1983[s.n.][s.l.], more

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    Proper Artemia introduction and management should lead not only to optimal salt production outputs but at the same time provide opportunities for the exploitation of valuable by-products, i.e. Artemia cysts and adult biomass as cheap sources of high quality food for intensive fish or crustacean farming.

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