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Dr. Tom J. Popma

Professor Emeritus
School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences

ResearchPublications

Aquaculture production with a speciality in the reproduction and culture of tilapia.

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE — 2005

Pond Production and Fatty Acid Profiles of the Fillets of Channel Catfish Reared on Diets with Different Protein Sources


JOURNAL OF THE WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY — 2004

Threadfin shad, Dorosoma petenense, effects on water quality, Phytoplankton, and channel catfish production in ponds


(BOOK CHAPTER) TILAPIA AQUACULTURE IN THE AMERICAS — 2000

SEX REVERSAL OF TILAPIA


RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES— 1996

Worldwide prospects for commercial production of tilapia


JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE IN THE TROPICS— 1995

FAMILY-SCALE FISH FARMING IN GUATEMALA, PART I: OUTREACH STRATEGIES AND PRODUCTION PRACTICES


RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT — 1992

Family-scale fish farming in Guatemala


RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES — 1990

Sex reversal of tilapia in earthen ponds


RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES — 1984

The development of commercial farming of tilapia in Jamaica 1979-1983