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Comparisons of Growth and Mortality of the tidal flat Oyster Crassostrea gigas by the Net Bag Rack Culture System in Two Districts in Western Korea
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  • Journal title : The Korean Journal of Malacology
  • Volume 28, Issue 1,  2012, pp.45-54
  • Publisher : The Malacological Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.9710/kjm.2012.28.1.045
 Title & Authors
Comparisons of Growth and Mortality of the tidal flat Oyster Crassostrea gigas by the Net Bag Rack Culture System in Two Districts in Western Korea
Mo, Ki-Ho; Park, Young-Je; Jung, Ee-Yung; Kim, Young-Gil; Jeong, Choong-Hoon; Han, Kyung-Nam;
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 Abstract
We investigated environmental characteristics of the tidal flat oyster aquafarms to clarifyeffects of the tidal flat environmental factors on growth and mortality of the tidal flat oyster Crassostrea gigas by the Net Bag Rack Culture System in two districts in Western Korea. In this study, we have carried out the basic environmental investigation on growth of the single tidal flat, water quality and sediments, etc. in Taean and Seosan districts, Choongcheongnam-do, where the single tidal flat oyster aquaculture have been performed by the net bag rack culture system. In June 2011 when the final survey carried out at the two districts in western Korea, the mortality in Seosan district was higher than that in Tae-an district. Judging from the results of growth and mortality of the single tidal flat oysters investigated at two sites of Jinsan-ri in Taean and Chang-ri in Seosan districts, two results of Taean district showed higher growth and lower mortality than those of Seosan district. It is assumed that the proper acceptable density possible for growth of the tidal flat seeds and the secure of economics, in case of plastic cultivate net with the size of , are about 200 individuals. In this study, It was clarified that selection of the suitable sites, the input into the net bag of high quality oyster seeds and selective dispersion in the optimal density of the single tidal flat oyster have an effect on growth and mortality of the tidal flat oyster.
 Keywords
tidal flat oyster;single tidal flat oyster;net bag rack culture system;Crassostera gigas;eco-friendly culture;
 Language
Korean
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양식장 환경이 갯벌양식 굴 (Crassostrea gigas)의 성장과 폐사에 미치는 영향,박상우;김용;김지혜;정수환;한경남;

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