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Physiological changes associated with live haul: maintaining healthy fish

Dr. John Colt, National Marine Fisheries Service

Peer-reviewed Publications

Colt J, Schuur A, Cryer E, Miles T 2009. Modeling of multiple stocks and programs for master planning and feasibility studies. Aquacultural Engineering 41: 176-187.

Colt J, Watten B, Rust M 2009. Modeling carbon dioxide, pH, and un-ionized ammonia relationships in serial reuse systems. Aquacultural Engineering 40: 28-44.

Presentations

Colt J, Kroeger E, Rust M  2010. Impacts of alkalinity and carbon removal on the mortality and product quality of tilapia. Annual meeting, World Aquaculture Society, San Diego, California, March 1-5, 2010.

Colt J, Ray L 2010. Hauling channel catfish fingerling from Arkansas to Idaho: an adventure with Leo Ray. Annual meeting, World Aquaculture Society, San Diego, California, March 1-5, 2010.

Kroeger E, Colt J, Rust M 2010. Fine bubble diffusers: impacts of pressure, water, and handling on mass flowrates and transfer efficiency. Annual meeting, World Aquaculture Society, San Diego, California, March 1-5, 2010.

Momoda TS, Chitwood, Colt J, Schreck CB 2010. Effects of Stress and Injury Associated with Transporting Live Tilapia. Annual meeting, World Aquaculture Society, San Diego, California, March 1-5, 2010.