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Multivariate methods in aquaculture research: case studies of tilapias in experimental and commercial systems


  • Anonymous
  • Hulata, G.
  • Pauly, Daniel


This volume documents the usefulness of multivariate methods û notably multiple regression, path analysis and canonical correlation û in the context of aquaculture, which has to date tended to neglect such methods, and hence to underutilize available data. All examples used here stem from experimental and/or commercial tilapia culture systems, and hence this book also represents an advance in the understanding of such systems.

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  • Anonymous & Hulata, G. & Pauly, Daniel, 1993. "Multivariate methods in aquaculture research: case studies of tilapias in experimental and commercial systems," Technical Reports 44727, Worldfish Center.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:wfctec:44727

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    1. Pauly, D., 1984. "Fish population dynamics in tropical waters: a manual for use with programmable calculators," Working Papers, The WorldFish Center, number 12311, December.
    2. Hopkins, K.D. & Cruz, E.M., 1982. "The ICLARM-CLSU integrated animal-fish farming project: final report," Working Papers, The WorldFish Center, number 12318, December.
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    1. Banda, M & Jamu, D. & Njaya, F. & Makuliwa, M. & Maluwa, A. (eds.), 2005. "The Chambo restoration strategic plan," Working Papers, The WorldFish Center, number 16346, December.


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