Book ID: 29410
Seaweed Cultivation for Renewable Re- sources. 1987. (Development in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science, vol.16). illustr. tabs. XIII.382 p. gr8vo. Hardbound.
Contents: Introduction and Foreword/ P.Neushul: Energy from Biomass:The Historical Record/ W.J.North: Ocean Farming and Macrocystis/M.Neushul/B.W.W.Harger: Nearshore Kelp Cultivation, Yield and Genetics/V.A.Gerard: Optimizing Biomass Production on Marine Farms/ B.H.Brinkuiset al.: Laminaria Cultivation in Far East and North America/ C.K.Tseng:Some Remarks on the Kelp Cultivation Industry of China/ C.J.Dawes:Biology of Commercially Important Tropical Algae/ M.D.Hanisak: Cultivation of Gracillaria and Other Macroalgae in Florida for EnergyProduction/ M. Poine-Fuller/A.Gibor: Tissue Culture of Seaweeds/E.J.Philips: Nitrogen Fixation in Marine Communities and its PotentialRole in Seaweed Cultivation/ D.P.Chynoweth et al.: BiologicalClassification of Marine Algae/ J.Fotto: Microbial Degradation of MarineBiomass/ K.T.Bird: Cost Analyses of Energy from Marine Biomass/T.F.Mumford, Jr.: Commercialization Strategy for Nori Culture in PugetSound, Washington/ K.Bird/P.Benson: Conclusions and Recommendations/Technical Reports/ Index. - Second hand copy.