Report Task 2.3: Particulate waste and turbidity in (marine) RAS

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Kals, J.; Schram, E.; Brummelhuis, E.B.M.; Bakel, van, B.;
(2006)
  • Publisher: IMARES
  • Subject: afvalbeheer | aquacultuur | feces | visvoeding | biofilms | vaste stoffen | zwevende deeltjes | aquacultuur en milieu | Houderij en management in de aquacultuur | Waterkwaliteit | Afvalwaterbehandeling | waste management | aquaculture | faeces | fish feeding | biofilms | solids | suspended solids | aquaculture and environment | Aquaculture Husbandry and Management | Water Quality | Waste Water Treatment

Particulate waste management and removal is one of the most problematic parts of recirculation aquaculture systems (RAS). Particulate waste and thereby turbidity originates from three major sources: fish (faeces), feed and biofilm (heterotrophic bacteria and fungi). Bas... View more
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