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Group study spaces and meeting rooms will be available beginning Aug 23.Our online reservation system will be available on Aug 1.Details regarding room scheduling will be added to our site in the coming weeks.
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International coverage of marine and freshwater aquaculture. Focuses on studies related to improving and augmenting aquatic yields in the cultivation of marine, freshwater, and brackish-water species in the science, practice, management, and economics of aquaculture. References from related disciplines such as water pollution, ecology, diseases, nutrition, oceanography, and limnology are also included if they are directly applicable to aquacultural situations. Information on instruments, technological developments, culturing techniques, and new methods of husbandry are significant features.