Sustainable Aquaculture: Home
These are the most relevant journals for you. Please make sure that we have access to the year that you are looking for, the dates we have a subscription for are listed under each title.
Clicking on the little button next each of the journals will tell you how to access them.
The Library has access to a large number of electronic books. For selected e-books click on the 'E-Books' tab above. For other e-books, use the box below to search. Please note that the results will also include journal titles, books can be identified by the icon to the right of the screen saying e-book.
Some of the reading for this course can be found below:
Toxicity of nitrogenous wastes to aquaculture animals - J. R. Tomasso 1994 Recommended reading in Module BL4801, Topic 3
Environmental management of shrimp farms in Asia to promote healthy shrimp and reduce negative impacts - C. E. Boyd Recommended reading in Module BL4801, Topic 3
Fallowing of marine Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., farms as a method for the control of sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Kroyer, 1837) - J. E. Bron, C. Sommerville, R. Wootten, G. H. Rae 1993 Required reading in Module BL5802
Please note you will have to sign in to access these readings.
Nearly all the resources you will need access to are journals. For most journal articles you will need to login to view the full text.
- Enter the name of the journal (not the article title) in the search box
- From the results page choose the "Library Catalogue" filter on the left
- If the Library has a subscription to the journal it will appear at, or near the top of the results page
- Click the journal title to access the record. This will display print and electronic subscriptions.
- For electronic journals you'll see a link to access the journal, this link will also display the holdings for the journal - you will only be able to access content for the years shown in the record. Select the link to access the journal
- You may need to login, there are two possible login boxes which will appear:
- Library Login box - enter your university username (your email address without @st-andrews.ac.uk) and password
- Microsoft Login box - enter your university email address and password.
- Once logged in you can browse the journal or search
- Look for a PDF option to read a journal article.
Credo Reference is a collection of several hundred major reference books including dictionaries, encyclopaedias and thesauri including a number of scientific and language resources. (For off-campus access you will need your university login and password.)