VPM 262 Aquaculture and Fish Health

This course provides students with practical experience in the application of Veterinary Medicine in the aquatic environment. Lectures deal with various aspects of aquaculture, including food fish, shellfish, pet fish, and public display aquaria. Interactions of water, holding facilities, and disease agents will be examined to provide a basis for disease prevention and rational use of chemotherapeutics.

 

Materials Available from the Circulation Desk

Publication date: 1993.
Authors:
  • Brown, Lydia.
Holdings:
  • STACKS (Available)
  • RESERVES-HOURLY (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)

Publication date: 2001.
Authors:
  • Wedemeyer, Gary A.
  • American Fisheries Society.
Holdings:
  • RESERVES-HOURLY (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)

Publication date: 1985.
Authors:
  • Manning, Margaret J.
  • Tatner, Mary F.
  • Fisheries Society of the British Isles.
Holdings:
  • RESERVES-HOURLY (Available)

Publication date: c1992.
Authors:
  • Stoskopf, Michael K.
Holdings:
  • STACKS (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)

Publication date: 1989.
Authors:
  • Ferguson, Hugh W.(Hugh William),1949-
  • Dukes, Thomas W.
Holdings:
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)