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Examines in Marine Biology & Oceanography

A Positive Impact on Coastal and Marine Environment By Implementation of Biofloc System

  • Open or Close Amarnath Dogiparti*

    Department of Marine Living Resources, Andhra University, India

    *Corresponding author: Amarnath Dogiparti, Department of Marine Living Resources, Andhra University, India, Email: amarnathdogiparti@gmail.com

Submission: September 11, 2017; Published: January 19, 2018

Volume1 Issue2
January 2018

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Aquaculture industry is increased extremely from recent years due to requirement and demand. Similarly, the requirement of feed ingredients like fish meal and fish oil demand also increased extremely. Mostly these industries depending on unconsumed or commercially less demand, minor pelagic fin fish which are containing high percentage of bones and fat. The capturing of massive fishery resources changes the marine habitat and biodiversity. In Biofloc system, the nutrients are recycled and the discharge waste contains minimal nutrient levels. Worldwide, among the countries, few are using the Biofloc system which is beneficial to the one who cultivates, as well as to the ecosystem.

Keywords: Aquaculture; Massive capture; Biofloc; Marine habitat and biodiversity

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