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Dr. E. Wayne Shell

Professor Emeritus
School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences

ResearchPublications

  • Fisheries Management and Aquaculture
  • He succeeded Dr. Swingle in 1973 as head of the Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures and Director of the International Center for Aquaculture, a position he held until his retirement in 1994.

BOOK (AUTHORED) — 1993
The Development of Aquaculture: An Ecosystems Perspective

JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE — 1991
HUSBANDRY OF ANIMALS ON LAND AND IN WATER: similarities and differences

BOOK (AUTHORED) — 1983
FISH FARMING RESEARCH

PROGRESSIVE FISH-CULTURIST— 1981
Incidence of Cannibalism Among Striped Bass Fry in an Intensive Culture System

PROCEEDINGS OF THE WORLD MARICULTURE SOCIETY — 1979
AUBURN UNIVERSITY’S PHILOSOPHY AND STRATEGY FOR INTERNATIONAL AQUACULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

(BOOK CHAPTER) NEW PROTEIN FOODS — 1976
PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS ON FISH FARMING

TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN FISHERIES SOCIETY — 1975
Some Effects of a Sanctuary on an Exploited Fish Population

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE SOUTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF FISH AND GAMES AGENCIES — 1975
KARMEX HERBICIDE WITH FERTILIZATION AND AERATION TO CONTROL FILAMENTOUS ALGAE IN HATCHERY PONDS

CIRCULAR — 1971
Tables for computing relative conditions of some common freshwater fishes

FAO FISHERIES REPORT 44 — 1968
Evaluation of eight species of fish for aquatic weed control

FAO FISHERIES REPORT 44 — 1968
Feeds and Feeding of Warm-water fish in North America

FAO FISHERIES REPORT 44 — 1968
Mono-sex culture of male, Tilapia nilotica, in ponds stocked at three rates

FAO FISHERIES REPORT 44 — 1968
Relationship between rate of feeding, rate of growth and rate of conversion in feeding trials with two species of tilapia, Tilapia mossambica Peters and Tilapia nilotica Linneaus

WORLD SYMPOSIUM ON WARM-WATER FISH CULTURE — 1968
Procedures for overwintering tilapia

WORLD SYMPOSIUM ON WARM-WATER FISH CULTURE — 1968
Preliminary studies with the hybrid Tilapia nilotica x T. Mossambica

PROGRESSIVE FISH-CULTURIST — 1966
Comparative evaluation of plastic and concrete pools and earthen ponds in fish cultural research

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE SOUTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF FISH AND GAMES AGENCIES — 1965
UTILIZATION OF CASEIN AND SOYBEAN PROTEIN BY CHANNEL CATFISH, lCTALURUS PUNCTATUS (RAFINESQUE)i

HIGHLIGHTS OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH — 1964
Control of Aquatic Weeds with Fish

TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN FISHERIES SOCIETY — 1963
Effects of Changed Diets on the Growth of Channel Catfish

PROGRESSIVE FISH-CULTURIST  — 1962
Separation of the Sexes of Tilapia Nilotica with a mechanical grader

WEEDS — 1962
Herbivorous fish to control Pithophora sp. and other aquatic weeds in ponds

RESEARCH REPORT — 1961
Chemical composition of blood of smallmouth bass

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE SOUTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF GAME AND FISH COMMISSIONERS — 1953
A FISH DISEASE NEW TO THE SOUTHEAST

Contact

203 Swingle Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
334-887-5866