Tag Archive: water source

Nov 23 2016

زراعة أسماك البلطي والقراميط (القط) بولاية ورقلة فى الجزائر

Photo’s credit: Naim Belakri (Algeria) Review: Naim Belakri and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       تشير الصورة إلى مزرعة تقع فى ولاية ورقلة فى الجنوب الشرقى للجزائر والتى فيها يتم زراعة أسماك البلطى والقراميط (القط). تم استيراد البلطى النيلى من مصر بينما البلطى الأحمر هو نتاج هجين محلى. أما أسماك …

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Sep 18 2014

Intensive tank culture of tilapia in Mexico

Credit: Kevin Fitzsimmons (USA) The picture shows an intensive tilapia farm in which round tanks are used. This farm is located outside of Abasolo, Tamaulipas. This farm uses a gravity-fed water supply from the Vicente Guerrero irrigation canal. The tanks are drained through a center standpipe and supplemental aeration is provided using oxygen injection. The …

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May 08 2014

Desert aquaculture in Fouja village, North Kordofan (Sudan) – Pond establishment

Credit: Mamoun Obeida (Sudan) The photos show the establishment of a fish pond in Fouja village, Bara Locality- North Kordofan State. This project represents a part of the Environmental Change Programme and is carried out by Fisheries Department (North Kordofan State). The underground water is the only source of water for this pond which is …

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Jun 30 2013

Aquariums – Monterey Bay Aquarium (USA)

The Monterey Bay Aquarium, located on the site of a former sardine cannery on Cannery Row on the Pacific Ocean shoreline in Monterey, California, USA. Being the home to more than 350,000 species of marine animals and plants, Monterey Bay Aquarium (MBA) is considered one of the world’s best and largest exhibit aquariums. The largest tank …

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Feb 26 2012

Production performance of a closed aquaculture system for tilapia in Egypt

Credit for the photos: El-Sadig Arbab Hagar (Sudan), Samuel Simon Zigizo (South Sudan) and David Martin Sykora (Paraguay). Credit for the technical information: Ismael Radwan (project owner, Kafr El Sheikh, Egypt) Photo A-1 shows the whole biological filter for a 240-m3 closed aquaculture project. Photo A-2 shows the plastic rings which are the main substrate …

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