Biosecurity in Aquaculture, Part 1: An Overview
This factsheet by the Southern Regional Aquaculture Center (SRAC) gives an overview of biosecurity in aquaculture. Biosecurity in aquaculture consists of practices that minimize the risk of introducing an infectious disease and spreading it to the animals at a facility. The risk is that diseased animals or infectious agents will leave a facility and spread to other sites and other susceptible species. These practices also reduce stress to the animals, thus making them less susceptible to disease.
Why this course?
Learn What's Important
Focuses on what is important. I won’t spend time dwelling on nuances that won’t ultimately matter. I spend the most time where you’ll get the most payoff to your pictures.
Learn by Example
Examples. In addition to introducing you to the tools, we’ll walk through some start-to-finish examples so you can see everything in action. You’ll see exactly how I use Lightroom on my own pictures.
Meet the instructor
Patrick Jones shows aspiring photographers simple, practical steps for improving their photos. Jim has written many popular articles for dPS and specialises in teaching photography. You can learn more about Jim at his personal website (patrickphotography.com).