Boyd, Claude E and Pillai, V K (1985) Water Quality Management in Aquaculture. CMFRI Special Publication, 22. pp. 1-44.
Water quality includes all physical, chemical and biological factors that influence the beneficial use of water. Where fish culture is concerned, any characteristic of water that affects the survival, reproduction, growth, production, or management of fish in any way is a water quality variable. Obviously, there are many water quality variables in pond fish culture. Fortunately, only a few of these normally play an important role. These are the variables that fish culturist should concentrate on, and attempt to control to some extent by management techniques.
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