|Noble, A - FRESHWATER INSTITUTE|
|Bowser, P - CORNELL UNIVERSITY|
|Wooster, G - CORNELL UNIVERSITY|
Submitted to: Book Chapter
Publication Type: Book / Chapter
Publication Acceptance Date: March 1, 2007
Publication Date: March 1, 2007
Citation: Bebak, J.A., Noble, A.C., Bowser, P.R., Wooster, G. 2007. Fish Health Management. In: Timmons,M.D., Ebeling, J.M., editors. Recirculating Aqauculture. NRAC Publication No. 01-007. Ithaca, NY: Cayuga Aqua Ventures. p. 619-663. Technical Abstract: For commercial success, a recirculating aquaculture operation must maintain fish at densities far greater than normally found in nature. At the same time, the producer must maintain an environment that supports good fish health. This chapter discusses various aspects of fish health management, including principles and practices of biosecurity, disease diagnosis and treatment, and shipping fish to a laboratory for a diagnosis. A biosecurity checklist and example treatment calculations are also included.