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Sturgeon Hatchery Manual

Sturgeon Hatchery Manual

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Chebanov, M.S.; Galich, E.V. - Sturgeon hatchery manual. - FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper. No. 558. Ankara, FAO. 2011, 303 p.

This Sturgeon Hatchery Manual includes the latest available scientific research findings and experiences and compiles advice given in earlier manuals and handbooks on sturgeon culture and reproduction practices. This document can be
considered an update of the Sturgeon Breeding and Rearing Handbook (Chebanov, Galich and Chmyr, 2004), which was published in the Russian language. The
Sturgeon Hatchery Manual was prepared in response to numerous requests for practical guidance on this subject from the Central Asian and Caucasus
region to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

This manual is targeted particularly at sturgeon farmers, sturgeon hatchery operators, hatchery technicians, and fisheries and aquaculture managers involved
in sturgeon aquaculture development and the restocking and rehabilitation of sturgeon populations in the countries around the basins of the Black and Caspian
seas. It aims to provide a practical handbook of modern sturgeon hatchery practices and management. The manual is available in the English, Russian and
Turkish languages.

The manual starts with a chapter on the taxonomy, biology, distribution and life histories of Azov-Black and Caspian Sea sturgeons. Subsequent chapters
discuss the following aspects of sturgeon hatchery practices: hatchery design, collection and transportation of wild broodstock, broodstock management,
spawning and gamete processing, fry and fingerling rearing, production of live feeds, the technology of artificial reproduction, ecological- morphological and
ethological-physiological express estimation of larval and fingerling (fry) viability, release of fingerlings into natural waterbodies, the formation of domesticated
broodstock, basic sanitation and fish health measures, tagging, and early sexing and maturity determination in live sturgeons using ultrasound techniques. The
manual also contains an extensive list of references, a list of Acipenseriformes and numerous figures, photographs and tables to support the guidance given on
the various hatchery practices.
Chebanov, M.S.; Galich, E.V. - Sturgeon hatchery manual. - FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper. No. 558. Ankara, FAO. 2011, 303 p.

This Sturgeon Hatchery Manual includes the latest available scientific research findings and experiences and compiles advice given in earlier manuals and handbooks on sturgeon culture and reproduction practices. This document can be
considered an update of the Sturgeon Breeding and Rearing Handbook (Chebanov, Galich and Chmyr, 2004), which was published in the Russian language. The
Sturgeon Hatchery Manual was prepared in response to numerous requests for practical guidance on this subject from the Central Asian and Caucasus
region to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

This manual is targeted particularly at sturgeon farmers, sturgeon hatchery operators, hatchery technicians, and fisheries and aquaculture managers involved
in sturgeon aquaculture development and the restocking and rehabilitation of sturgeon populations in the countries around the basins of the Black and Caspian
seas. It aims to provide a practical handbook of modern sturgeon hatchery practices and management. The manual is available in the English, Russian and
Turkish languages.

The manual starts with a chapter on the taxonomy, biology, distribution and life histories of Azov-Black and Caspian Sea sturgeons. Subsequent chapters
discuss the following aspects of sturgeon hatchery practices: hatchery design, collection and transportation of wild broodstock, broodstock management,
spawning and gamete processing, fry and fingerling rearing, production of live feeds, the technology of artificial reproduction, ecological- morphological and
ethological-physiological express estimation of larval and fingerling (fry) viability, release of fingerlings into natural waterbodies, the formation of domesticated
broodstock, basic sanitation and fish health measures, tagging, and early sexing and maturity determination in live sturgeons using ultrasound techniques. The
manual also contains an extensive list of references, a list of Acipenseriformes and numerous figures, photographs and tables to support the guidance given on
the various hatchery practices.

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FAOFISHERIES ANDAQUACULTURETECHNICAL PAPER 
SturgeonHatcHery Manual
 
Prepared by
Mikhail S. Chebanov
FAO ConsultantKrasnodar, Russiaand
Elena V. Galich
Krasnodar, Russia
Sturgeon HatcheryManual
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Ankara, 2013
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FAOFISHERIES ANDAQUACULTURETECHNICAL PAPER
 
Reprinted 2013 The designations employed and the presentation of material in thisinformation product do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoeveron the part of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations(FAO) concerning the legal or development status of any country, territory,city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its
frontiers or boundaries. The mention of specic companies or products of 
manufacturers, whether or not these have been patented, does not imply thatthese have been endorsed or recommended by FAO in preference to othersof a similar nature that are not mentioned. The views expressed in this information product are those of the authors and
do not necessarily reect the views of FAO.
ISBN 978-92-5-106823-6All rights reserved. FAO encourages reproduction and dissemination of material in this information product. Non-commercial uses will be authorizedfree of charge.Reproduction for resale or other commercial purposes, including educationalpurposes, may incur fees. Applications for permission to reproduce ordisseminate FAO copyright materials and all other queries on rights andlicences, should be addressed by e-mail to copyright@fao.org or to the Chief,
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00153 Rome, Italy.© FAO 2011

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