Books and Publications
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The Shrimp Book: Edited by Dr. Victoria Alday-Sanz, The Shrimp Book—a book about world shrimp farming—contains 920 pages, 33 chapters and sells for $320! The index is 18 pages long with about 900 entries. One chapter has 480 references, taking up 25 pages. Divided into six sections (history, biology, production systems, feeds, biosecurity/disease and marketing), the book reviews the shrimp farming research of the last thirty years.
FREE—Peneaus monodon Hatchery Manual: Improving Penaeus monodon Hatchery Practices, a manual based on the shrimp farming experience in India, reviews the status of broodstock facilities and hatcheries in India and then discusses ways of improving postlarvae quality. Focusing on the giant tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon), it also provides technical protocols and guidelines for improving hatchery biosecurity.