Aquaculture is a growing industry. A vital component of the subject is feeding the organisms under cultivation. This book provides a thorough review of the scientific basis and applied aspects of fish nutrition in a user-friendly format. It will be of great use to individuals working or training in the industry, and to fish feed manufacturing personnel.
This collection of articles is a sampling of papers vironmental Toxicants and their Effects on the from the second biennial symposium for the 'Etho- Ethology and Behavioral Ecology of Fishes', or- logy and Behavioral Ecology of Fishes'. This con- ganized by Mary Henry and Jack Ward featured ference was also the first North American Meeting invited papers by: John B. Sprague; Mary G. Henry & Gary J. Atchison; as well as contributed papers of the 'International Association of Fish Etholog- ists' and was held October 19-22, 1979 *on the Il- by Robert A. Drummond, Daniel Abel & Chris- linois State University campus in Normal. Illinois, topher C. Koenig; C. G. Prewitt & C. B. Stalnaker; U. S. A. , the site for the first conference in 1977 Kenneth S. Lubinski; J. Doerzbacher & C. F. Bryan; and the proposed site for the third biennial con- Michael A. Barry; Allen E. Bingham & Robert G. ference scheduled for May 1981. The organiza- White. tional committee for these conferences is Jack The symposium 'Reproductive Tactics' was or- Ward, Chairman, Illinois State University (Biology, ganized by Luther Brown, Jeff Baylis and David Normal, IL 61761); Jeffrey Baylis, University of Noakes, and featured invited papers by: Jerry F. Wisconsin (Zoology, Madison, WI 53706); Luther Downhower, Luther Brown, R. Pederson & G. Brown, George Mason University (Biology, Fair- Staples; Roger Thibault; George Barlow; Richard fax, VA 22030); Mike Fitzsimmons, Louisiana State Borowsky & John Diffley; Jack Ward & J. I.