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Ecological Features of Large Neotropical Reservoirs and Its Relation to Health of Cage Reared Fish

By Edmir Daniel Carvalho, Reinaldo José da Silva, Igor Paiva Ramos, Jaciara Vanessa Krüger Paes, Augusto Seawright Zanatta, Heleno Brandão, Érica de Oliveira Penha Zica, André Batista Nobile, Aline Angelina Acosta and Gianmarco Silva David

Submitted: March 14th 2011Reviewed: February 29th 2012Published: April 11th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/30021

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Edmir Daniel Carvalho, Reinaldo José da Silva, Igor Paiva Ramos, Jaciara Vanessa Krüger Paes, Augusto Seawright Zanatta, Heleno Brandão, Érica de Oliveira Penha Zica, André Batista Nobile, Aline Angelina Acosta and Gianmarco Silva David (April 11th 2012). Ecological Features of Large Neotropical Reservoirs and Its Relation to Health of Cage Reared Fish, Health and Environment in Aquaculture, Edmir Daniel Carvalho, Gianmarco Silva David and Reinaldo J. Silva, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/30021. Available from:

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