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Ecology Of The Planted Aquarium

Author : Diana L. Walstad
ISBN : 0967377366
Genre : Pets
File Size : 59.86 MB
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Reference book on inexpensive and low-maintenance aquarium keeping. Book offers an in-depth analysis of the role of plants in freshwater aquarium ecology. It shows how to promote vigorous plant growth so that the plants can purify the water, protect fish, and reduce tank maintenance. All information is backed up by scientific references from aquatic botany, limnology, and aquatic chemistry.
Category: Pets

Cooking And Experimenting With Pressure Cookers

Author : Diana Louise Walstad
ISBN : 0967377331
Genre : Cooking
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The author cooks a wide variety of foods in inexpensive stovetop pressure cookers. Book contains 248 color pictures and 75 graphs that document actual cooking episodes. Episodes include: (1) cooking rice, beans, meats, etc; (2) steam-baking small cakes, custards, etc; and (3) canning fruits and meat stocks. The author presents novel methods that make pressure cooking safer and more effective. Real-time temperature measurements (using thermocouples) show food temperature during actual cooking, baking, and home canning episodes. The author shows how to pressure cook challenging foods (pearl barley, split peas, applesauce, Polenta, Risotto, etc) easily and safely. The following website ( shows the book's Table of Contents, sample pages, etc.
Category: Cooking

Sustainable Freshwater Aquaculture

Author : Nick Romanowski
ISBN : 0868408352
Genre : Nature
File Size : 26.68 MB
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The most complete, accessible and affordable guide to freshwater aquaculture in Australia, emphasizing sustainable use of all resources: whether it be on a small scale in a backyard pond, or in commercial production on broad acres. The book includes detailed information from design and construction of ponds to water quality, enhancing production through aeration, filtration and water treatment wetlands, foods and feeding, breeding and propagating aquatic animals and plants, sources of stock and polyculture (mixing fish, crustaceans, other animals, and plants for greater yields).
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Ornamental Fish Farming

Author : Brian Andrews
ISBN : 9780987402660
Genre : Nature
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This is one of ten eBooks on the commercial production of ornamental fish. It is based predominantly on the author's 30 years of experience, mostly on his own farms. While a few of the eBooks are purely commercial, others, particularly those on breeding, will also be helpful to hobbyists, understandable even by beginners. The following description is provided as a guide. All about pathogenic disease, with some golden rules on health management on fish farms, and descriptions and illustrations of the causative organisms of many common diseases, with treatments. Includes identifying signs and symptoms, and common causes of ill health and disease in fish. Predominantly commercially oriented, but potentially of interest to serious hobbyists.
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Family History 1860 1950 Of A Doctor S Daughter

Author : Diana Walstad
ISBN : 0967377390
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This non-fiction, family history narrative should appeal to a general audience. Story begins with the emigration of my eight great-grandparents from northern Europe and ends with my parents during World War II. It intertwines highlights from each character's life story against a historical backdrop--immigration in general, homesteading in Nebraska, oil drilling in 1915 Burma, the 1946 shipping of "war brides" to America, etc. In describing the lives of my ancestors, I bring up sociological and public health topics--maternal mortality, pre-marital sex, tuberculosis, alcoholism, sibling rivalry, dating in the 1920s, problems of stepmothers, etc. I have used family members to illustrate the human condition and produce a riveting story. I believe it will inspire, educate, and entertain.

Biology And Ecology Of Toxic Pufferfish

Author : Ramasamy Santhanam
ISBN : 9781315341798
Genre : Health & Fitness
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This is the first comprehensive book on the biology and ecology of pufferfish, also known as blowfish, swellfish, and globefish. Covering 197 species of pufferfish recorded so far from the marine, brackish, and freshwater ecosystems of the world, this important volume expounds on the toxins and associated poisonings of pufferfish. Importantly, the volume also explores the many uses of pufferfish, such as in aquariums, for their nutritional and culinary value, and for their emerging uses in the treatment of pain. Topics covered include: biology and ecology of pufferfish profiles of the world’s marine, brackish, and freshwater pufferfish species characteristics of TTX (tetrodotoxin) and STX (saxitoxin) of pufferfish pufferfish poisoning and symptoms: treatment and management aquarium uses of pufferfish nutritional and pharmaceutical values of pufferfish diseases and parasites of pufferfish and their management
Category: Health & Fitness

Planting Wetlands And Dams

Author : Nick Romanowski
ISBN : 9780643096363
Genre : Nature
File Size : 55.98 MB
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Wetland planting can bring back biodiversity, reduce the impact of drought and flood, improve water quality and conserve beauty in a mismanaged landscape. Planting Wetlands and Dams is a step-by-step, plain language guide to the creation of conditions in which wetland plants will thrive, from design and construction to collecting plants, seeds and propagation. Completely revised and expanded, this new edition includes comprehensive information for around 200 genera of wetland plants from Tasmania to the tropics, complemented by more than 60 new colour photographs. It discusses the modification and improvement of existing dams, new lining materials available, and planning for plant and animal habitat needs. It provides updated information on legal requirements as well as significant exotic weeds, and examines the pros and cons of establishing new wetlands in dry climates.
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Encyclopedia Of Environment And Society

Author : Paul Robbins
ISBN : 9781452265582
Genre : Science
File Size : 65.60 MB
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The Encyclopedia of Environment and Society brings together multiplying issues, concepts, theories, examples, problems, and policies, with the goal of clearly explicating an emerging way of thinking about people and nature. With more than 1,200 entries written by experts from incredibly diverse fields, this innovative resource is a first step toward diving into the deep pool of emerging knowledge. The five volumes of this Encyclopedia represent more than a catalogue of terms. Rather, they capture the spirit of the moment, a fascinating time when global warming and genetic engineering represent only two of the most obvious examples of socio-environmental issues.
Category: Science

Catfish Fishing

Author : Robert Z. Cohen
ISBN : 9781448846023
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Introduces catfishing and the equipment used, describes catfish noodling, and discusses the effects of pollution on fish and the ethics of fishing.
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The Animal In Its World Explorations Of An Ethologist 1932 1972

Author : Niko Tinbergen
ISBN : 0674037286
Genre : Nature
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Nikolaas Tinbergen has devoted a lifetime of research to exploring the behavior of many types of animals in their natural environments, and has founded centers of worldwide renown for research and teaching in the behavioral sciences, first in his native Holland and later at Oxford. His influence extends far beyond the borders of Europe and zoology proper, and he has contributed substantially to international and interdisciplinary collaboration. He has tirelessly worked for the use of scientific methods in the study of human behavior, both normal and abnormal. Volume I is devoted to field studies. Volume II includes accounts of Tinbergenâe(tm)s remarkable laboratory experiments as well as his significant general papers. These selections explore the search for animal roots of human behavior, behavior and natural selection, appeasement signals, and the nature of ethology. âeoeEarly Childhood Autism,âe written by Professor Tinbergen and his wife, is among the most important papers. It is a pioneer work in applied ethology and is a product of thirty years of observing non-verbal expression in both animals and children. Also included is Professor Tinbergen's 1972 Croonian Lecture, âeoeFunctional Ethology and the Human Sciences.âe These classic original studies will fascinate the increasing number of readers interested in the topical problems of animal and human behavior.
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