This comprehensive publication “Handbook on Freshwater Aquaculture” is the collective effort of a wide array of eminent people associated with Indian aquaculture. Special emphasis has been given to aquaculture and its prospects and problems in rural India especially the lesser known areas. The book covers almost all important aspects of freshwater aquaculture, both traditional and modern aquaculture techniques, water quality issues, integrated farming practices, environmental, socio-economic and livelihood issues.
It is expected that the book will prove to a source of useful information for the needs of students, scholars, farmers and researchers.
1. Aquaculture and Environment by Neera Kapur 2. Management of Waterbodies for Better Fish Production by B. Santhosh and N.P. Singh 3. Aquaculture: Methods and Practices by Neera Kapur 4. Practical Approach to Freshwater Fish Culture by M. Sinha 5. Water Quality Management for Fish Culture by B. Santhosh, M. Datta and N. P. Singh 6. quaculture and Nutrition by Arun B. Patel and P.K. Pradhan 7. Hatchery Technologies for Freshwater Fish Production by P. K. Pradhan 8. Packing and Transportation of Fish Seeds and Fishes by B. Debnath 9. Health Management and Common Diseases of Cultured Fishes and Shellfishes by Ashutosh D. Deo 10. Freshwater Pearl Culture by Neera Kapur 11. An Overview of Aquaculture in India with Special Reference to North Eastern States by J.R. Dhanze 12. Social and Economic Issues Confronting Aquaculture Development in North Eastern Region by Manidip Roy and M.C. Nandeesha