DTU Aqua: National Institute of Aquatic Resources



DTU Aqua: National Institute of Aquatic Resources Related

South African Institute of Aquatic Biodiversity:: The scientific 'home' of the Coelacanth. Information on programmes and research initiatives. Packed with databases and 10,000 photos on southern African fish species. Institute formerly known as the JLB Smith Institute of Ichthyology.

National Aquatic Invasive Species Database:: Library of publications related to the biology, spread, impact, and control of aquatic nuisance, non-indigenous and invasive species.

Aquatic Health Resources Aquaculture Fish Health Products:: Disease management for the fish farming industry. Products, services, and contacts.

Institute of Land and Food Resources:: The Institute is a Faculty of the University of Melbourne specialising in agriculture, horticulture, forestry, food and dairy technology and manufacturing.

Animal Behavior Resources Institute:: ABRIonline.org is the culmination of a long-held vision of Dr. R.K. Anderson, founder and chairman emeritus of the Animal Behavior Resources Institute. It has been his dream to create a non-profit organization where leading professionals in animal behavior and training can share their expertise and experience with the larger community of companion animal professionals. Dr. Anderson's tireless work in support of the human-animal bond, and his dedi

National Water Resources Association:: Advocates Federal policies, legislation and regulations promoting the development, management, protection and beneficial use of water resources.

Massey University Institute of Natural Resources::

New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute::

Mississippi Water Resources Research Institute:: The Mississippi Water Resources Research Institute provides a statewide center of expertise in water and associated land-use and serves as a repository of knowledge for use in education, research, planning, and community service. The purpose of the program is to provide a coordinated research and development program that contributes to the solution of water and water-related land use problems in Mississippi, the region, and the nation.

National Invertebrate Genetic Resources Program:: A program of the USDA Agricultural Research Service. Goals include: preservation of reference specimens, maintenance of genetically important germplasm, documentation of specific insect stocks, management of databases, distribution of material to researchers and breeders.

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Fish Feed Machinery
International Research Journal of Agricultural and Aquatic Sciences
Blue Collar Man Sport Fishing Charters
Pacific Fisheries Information Network (PacFIN)
LDWF