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Aquaculture in Hawaii: systems, species and freshwater prawns

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Title: Aquaculture in Hawaii: systems, species and freshwater prawns
LC Subject Headings: Shrimp fisheries -- Hawaii
Shellfish trade -- Hawaii
Shrimp culture -- Hawaii
Fishery management -- Hawaii
Aquaculture -- Hawaii
Issue Date: Mar 1978
Publisher: Department of Planning and Economic Development
Abstract: Note card: "Purpose: To aquaint the general public with aquaculture and related activities in Hawaii and the basic system practiced in many other parts of the world. A discussion of the culture of various species is offered, together with a summary of prawn farming in the Islands. Produced by John M. Shklov, Brooks Takinaka, C. Richard Fassler. Sound studio: Radio Station KPOI."
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
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