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Seafood Technology Project - Seafood Wastewater Bibliography

Compiled by Janet Webster, Oregon State University Libraries, and Ed Kolbe Oregon Sea Grant with assistance from Larry Schmidt and Ken Hilderbrand

Latest revision: December 2003

Larry Schmidt and Janet Webster assembled this collection. It includes applications of current technology to characterize and treat seafood plant wastewater and research results of some new technology. The period covered is roughly 1970-2001. For more complete citations including abstracts, look at the web version.


  1. Achour, M.; Khelifi, O.; Bouazizi, I., and Hamdi, M. Design of an integrated bioprocess for the treatment of tuna processing liquid effluents. Process Biochemistry. 2000; 35(9):1013-1017.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TP248.3.P71

  2. Almas, K. A. (Inst. Fish. Technol. Res., P.O. Box 677, Tromsoe, Norway). Applications of crossflow membrane technology in the fishing industry. Desalination. 1985; 53167-180; ISSN: 0011-9164.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD478.D4

  3. Altner, G. Oh, that wild, wild, wastewater. Food Technology in New Zealand. 1998; 33(10):23-24, 30. ISSN: 1172-2460.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  4. Andersen, E. and Jespersen, C. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). More food, less waste in seafood processing. UNEP Industry and Environment. 1995; 18(1):19-22; ISSN: 0378-9993.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  5. Anderson, Maiya and Miner, J. Ronald. Managing Seafood Processing Wastewater on the Oregon Coast: A Time of Transition. Oregon State University: 1997.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin TD899.F57 A53 1997

  6. Arason, S. Production of fish silage. Martin, A. M., Ed. Fisheries processing: biotechnological applications. 1 ed. London: Chapman & Hall; 1994; pp. 244-272.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH 334.7 .F571 1994

  7. Aspe, E.; Marti, M. C., and Roeckel, M. (Depto de Ingenieria Quimica, Facultad de Ingenieria, Casilla 53-C, Universidad de Concepcion, Concepcion, Chile). Anaerobic treatment of fishery wastewater using a marine sediment inoculum. Water Research. 1997; 31(9):2147-2160; ISSN: 0043-1354.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD420 .W37, Guin TD420 .W37

  8. Atwell, J. S.; Reed, R. E., and Patrie, B. A. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Water pollution control problems and programs of the Maine Sardine CouncilCornell University Conference on Agricultural Waste Management. Food Processing Waste Management; Syracuse, New York. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University; 1973: 86-94.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  9. Balslev Olesen, P.; Lynggaard Jensen, A., and Nickelsen, C. (Danish Academy of Technical Sciences, Aarhus C, Denmark.). Pilot-scale experiments on anaerobic treatment of wastewater from a fish processing plant. Water Science and Technology . 1990; 22(1/2):463-474; ISSN: 0273-1223.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD424.5 .P71, Guin TD424.5 .P71 fiche

  10. Barnett, Harold J. and Nelson, Richard W. (National Marine Fisheries Service WA. Pacific Utilization Research Center). A preliminary report on studies to develop alternative methods of removing pollutants from tuna (albacore) process wastewatersUnited States. National Canners Association and Wisconsin Canners and Freezers Association. Proceedings of the Sixth National Symposium on Food Processing Wastes April 9-11, 1975.; Madison, Wisconsin. Cincinnati, Ohio: Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development, Industrial Research Laboratory; 1976: 407-417. v. Environmental Protection Technology Series: EPA-600/2-76-224).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley Docs , Fiche EP1.23/2:600/2-76-224, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  11. Barzana, E. and Garcia-Garibay, M. Production of fish protein concentrates. Martin, A. M., Ed. Fisheries processing: biotechnological applications. 1st ed. London: Chapman & Hall; 1994; pp. 206-222.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH334.7.F571 1994

  12. Battistoni, P. and Fava, G. Fish processing wastewater: production of internal carbon source for enhanced biological nitrogen removal. Water Science and Technology. 1995; 32(9-10):293-302; ISSN: 0273-1223.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  13. --- (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Fish processing wastewater treatment requirements by line production changes. Water Science and Technology. 1994; 29(9):111-119; ISSN: 0273-1223.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  14. Battistoni, P.; Fava, G., and Gatto, A. Fish processing wastewater: Emission factors and high load trickling filters evaluation. Water Science and Technology. 1992; 25(1):1-8; ISSN:

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD424.5.P71, Guin TD424.5.P71 fiche

  15. Bissonnette, P. A.; Lin, S. S., and Liao, P. B. Salmon processing wastewater treatmentIndustrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Corvallis, Or.) and Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio. Proceedings Eighth National Symposium On Food Processing Wastes; Seattle, WA. Cincinnati, Ohio: US EPA; 1977: 333-354.

    Call Number: ,OSU Libraries-Valley Docs EP 1.23/2.600/2-77-184, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  16. Boardman, G. D.; Flick, G. J.; Harrison, T.; Wolfe, C.; Moral, E.; Rodenhizer, J. S.; Diz, H. R., and McVeigh, P. J. Waste management and byproducts recovery for the blue crab industry. VIrginia Tech: Virgina Tech in concert with the Virginia Sea Grant College Program and the Virginia Cooperative Extension; 1995.

    Call Number: Web only

  17. Boardman G. D.; Libelo E. L., and Flick G. J. Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Development Foundation, Inc. Characterization and utilization of waste from ocean quahog and surf clam processing plants: Civil engineering section. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Sea Grant; 1989National Sea Grant Library.

    Call Number: Web only

  18. Boardman, G. D. and McVeigh, P. J. Use of air stripping technology to remove ammonia from biologically treated blue crab processing wastewater. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology. 1998; 7(4):81-97; ISSN: 1049-8850.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin SH334.9 .J681

  19. ---. Use of UASB technology to treat crab processing wastewaters. Journal of Environmental Engineering. 1997; 123(8):776-785.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TA170 .J61

  20. Boardman, G. D.; Tisinger, J. L., and Gallagher, D L. Treatment of clam processing wastewater by means of upflow anaerobic sludge blanket technology . Water Research. 1995; 29(6):1483-1490.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD420 .W37, Guin TD420.W37

  21. Brinsfield, R. B.; .; Wheaton, F. W., and Geiger, E. L. Seafood processing wasteload redution by mechanical filtrationOtwell, W. S., Department of food science and human nutrition. Seafood waste management in the 1980's; Orlando, Florida. Gainesville, FL: Florida Sea Grant College; 1981: pp.153-175.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GC4.FLSGP.A22 no. 40, Guin GC4.FLSGP.A22 no. 40

  22. Brinsfield, Russel B.; Phillips, Douglas G.; Maryland,: Dept. of Natural Resources; Maryland Environmental Service; Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory; University of Maryland,, and Horn Point Environmental Laboratories. Waste treatment and disposal from seafood processing plants. Ada, Oklahoma: United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research; 1977. (Environmental protection technology series; EPA-600/2-77-157).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries, Guin TD899.F57 B75 1977

  23. Brown, Liz. Seafood processing byproducts in the Pacific Northwest. Corvallis, Oregon 97331-5503: Oregon State University; 1995.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library TD899.F57 B76 1995

  24. Carawan, Roy E. Preventing pollution in shrimp processing [Web Page]. 1988; Accessed 1910 Mar 30. Available at: http://www.bae.ncsu.edu/programs/extension/publicat/wqwm/cd25.html.

    Call Number: OSU Libaries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  25. Carawan, Roy. E. Processing plant waste management guidelines for aquatic fishery products. Seafood and the Environment - 1991. Pollution Prevention Short Course; 199137pp.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  26. Carawan, Roy E.; Chambers, James V.; Zall, Roger R., and Wilkowske, Roger H. Spinoff on seafood water and wastewater management. 1979: North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service.

    Call Number: http://www.p2pays.org/ref/02/01248.pdf

  27. Carawan, Roy E.; Green, David P.; Thomas, Frank B.; Thomas, Sam D., and Beaufort Fisheries Incorporated. Reduction in waste load from a seafood processing plant. Raleigh, N.C. Pollution Prevention Program, North Carolina Dept. of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources; 1986.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  28. Carawan, Roy E. and Thomas, Frank B. Assisting North Carolina seafood processors in meeting water pollution requirementsOtwell, Steven W. Seafood Waste Management in the 1980's: Conference Proceedings; Orlando, Florida. Florida Sea Grant College; 1981: 10-25. v. Report Number 40).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GC 4 FLSGP.A22 no. 40, Guin GC 4 FLSGP.A22 no.40

  29. Cardoch, L.; Day, J. W. Jr; Rybczyk, J. M., and Kemp, G. P. (Center for Coastal, Energy and Environmental Resources, Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Coastal Ecology Institute, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, USA; E-mail: cardoch@lsu.edu). An economic analysis of using wetlands for treatment of shrimp processing wastewater - a case study in Dulac, LA. Ecological Economics. 2000; 33(1):93-101; ISSN: 0921-8009.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley HC59.72.E5.E26

  30. Chao, A. C.; Tzoa, L., and Green, D. Modeling of ultrafiltration for treating fishery wastewaters. Proceedings of the 39th Industrial Waste Conference; Purdue University. Weat Lafayette, Indiana: Butterworth Publishers; 1985.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD897. I61

  31. Chao, A. C.; Tzoa, L., and Young, C. T. Recovery and application of solids from crab-processing wastewater. Proceedings of the 38th Industrial Waste Conference; Purdue University. Weat Lafayette, Indiana: Butterworth Publishers; 1983.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD897.I61

  32. Claggett, F. G. Clarification of fish processing plant effluents by chemical treatment and air flotation: a paper presented at the Northwest Pollution Conference, Portland, Oregon, October 25-27, 1972. Fisheries Research Board of Canada; 1972(Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences; 343).

    Call Number: OSU Lilbraries, Guin SH 223.A88 no. 343

  33. --. A proposed demonstration plant for treating fish processing plant wastewater. Vancouver, B.C. Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Vancouver Laboratory; 1970(Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences; 197).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH 223.A88 no. 197

  34. --. Secondary treatment of salmon canning wastewater by rotating biological contactor (RBC). Vancouver, B.C. fisheries Research Board of Canada; 1973(Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Technical Report; No. 366).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley Sh223.A88 no. 366, Guin SH223.A88 no. 366

  35. Claggett, F. G. and Wong, J. Treatment of fish processing plant wastewater. Ottowa: Department of the Environment Fisheries and Marine Service; 1974. (Bulletin of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada; Bulletin 189).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley SH223.A5 no.189, Guin SH223.A5 no. 189

  36. Cloward, W. H. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Permitting Section, Atlanta, GA 30365). EPA's Regulatory Activities Affecting the Seafood Processing Industry Otwell, W. S. Seafood waste management in the 1980's; Orlando, Florida. Gainesville, FL: Florida Sea Grant College; 1981.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GC4. FLSGP.A22 no. 40, Guin GC4. FLSGP.A22 no. 40, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  37. Cooper, J. L. (Environ. Affairs, Nat. Food Processors Assn., Wash., DC). Environmental Regulatory Programs Affecting the Seafood Processing Industry in the 1980's Otwell, W. S., Department of food science and human nutrition. Seafood waste management in the 1980's; Orlando, Florida. Gainesville, FL: Florida Sea Grant College; 1981: 338-352.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GC4.FLSGP.A22, Guin GC4.FLSGP.A22

  38. Cornell, Howland Hayes and Merryfield HillNational Canners Association and Northwest Research Laboratory. Investigation of screening equipment for salmon cannery wastewater. Seattle, WA: Northwest Research Laboratory, National Canners Association; 1972.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  39. COWI Consulting Engineers and Planners; United Nations Environment Programme; Division of Technology, Industry and Economics, and Danish Environmental Protection Agency. Cleaner production assessment in fish processing. 1st ed. Paris: United Nations Environment Programme; 2000. (Industrial Sector guide.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  40. Culp, Gordon; Suhr, L. Gene, and Evans, David R. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Physical-chemical treatment of raw wastewater. Environmental Protection Agency -Technology Transfer Seminar; Denver, Colorado. Corvallis, Oregon; 197243 pp.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  41. Dafler, R. J., Ed. (Blue Channel Corp., PO Box 128, Port Royal, SC 29938). Closed loop process fluid systemOtwell, W. S., Department of food science and human nutrition. Conference on Seafood Waste Management in the 1980's.; Orlando, Florida. Gainesville, FL: Florida Sea Grant College; 1981: 175 (abstract only).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GC4.FLSGP.A22 no. 40, Guin GC4.FLSGP.A22 no. 40

  42. Department of the Enviroment and Heritage. Australia. Cleaner production-reduced water usage-A.Raptis & Sons Pty Ltd. [Web Page]. 1998; Accessed 1911 Jun 3. Available at: http://www.deh.gov.au/industry/corporate/eecp/case-studies/raptis.html.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  43. Driscoll, Terence P. (Waste Purification Systems, Inc. ). Waste minimization and product recovery in the crabmeat processing industryRoss, Charles; American Meat Institute; Georgia Tech Research Institute, and Food Industry Environmental Conference. Food Industry Environmental Conference: proceedings of the 1990 Food Industry Environmental conference, November 12-14, 1990, Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia; Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta, GA: Georgia Tech Research Institute; 1990: 262-266. ISBN: 09624644732.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  44. Environmental Associates; Sea Resources Engineering, Inc., and Technology Transfer Program. Upgrading seafood processing facilities to reduce pollution: in plant control. Industry Seminars for Pollution Control; New Orleans, LA and Seattle, WA. Seattle, WA: Sea Resources Engineering; 1974Industry Seminars for Pollution Control.

    Call Number: sent to cataloging

  45. Environmental Associates and Technology Transfer Program (U.S.). Upgrading seafood processing facilities to reduce pollution: waste treatment systems: industry seminars for pollution control : Industry Seminars for Pollution Control, New Orleans, La., March 5 & 6, 1975, Seattle, Wash., April 2 & 3, 1974; New Orleans, LA (March) / Seattle, WA (April). Corvallis, Oregon: Environmental Assoicates, Inc.; 1974.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin SH335.I4 1974

  46. Franson, Mary AnnAmerican Public Health Association/=American Water Works Association/=Water Environment Federation. Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater. 20 ed. Washington, D.C.: =American Public Health Association/=American Water Works Association/=Water Environment Federation; 1998.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries: Valley Library QD142 .A5 1998, Guin Library QD142 .A5 1998

  47. Gallanger, S. M. Wastewater treatment and by-product recovery in seafood processing using coagulant addition. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska; 1983Must borrow from University of Alaska/Fairbanks or National Sea Grant Library.

    Call Number: Web only

  48. Gates, K. W. Waste Reduction, Water Conservation, and Recovery of Seafood By-Products. Marine Technology Society Journal. 1991; 25(1):44-51. ISSN: 0025-3324.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin GC1 .J64

  49. Geiger, E. L.; Wheaton, F. W.; Brinsfield, R. B., and Alleman, J. E. Biological treatment of crab processing plant wastewater. Journal of the Water Pollution Control Federation. 1985; 57(12):1128-1133.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD511 .S4, Guin TD511.S4 , Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  50. ---. Treatment of blue crab processing plant wastewater using physical, chemical and biological processes. College Park, Md. Maryland Water Resources Research Center, University of Maryland, 1983;(Technical report No. 71.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD899.F57 G451 1983

  51. Genovese, C. V. and Froilan-Gonzalez, J. Solids removal by coagulation from fisheries waste waters. Water S. A. 1998; 24(4):371-372.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  52. Goldhor, Susan and Koppernaes, Johan D. A seafood processor's guide to water management. Boston, MA: New England Fisheries Development Association; 1990.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin HD9455 .G651 1990z

  53. Gonzalez, J. F. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). On the treatment of fish filleting waste water by means of rotating biological contactors. Water S. A. 1995; 21(4):365-369; ISSN: 0375-4738.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  54. ---. Wastewater treatment in the fishery industry. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. Rome . 1996; (355):52; ISSN: 0429-9345.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley SH 1.F539 no. 355, Guin SH 1.F539 no. 355 c.2

  55. Grassiano, J. W.; Boardman, G. D., and Flick, G. J. Wastewater treatment alternatives for a seafood and vegetable cannery. Gloucester Point, VG.: Virginia Sea Grant College Program; 1990; VSG-90-05. National Sea Grant Library .

    Call Number: Web only

  56. Green, D.; Tzou, L.; Chao, A. C., and Lanier, T. C. (Dep. Food Sci., North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC 27650, USA). Strategies for handling soluble wastes generated during minced fish (surimi) production. Proceedings of the 39th industrial waste conference; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Boston: Butterworth Publishers; 1985.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD897.I61 1985

  57. Green, J. H. and Mattick, J. F. Fishery waste management. Green, J. H. and Kramer, A., Ed. Food processing waste management. Westport, CN.: AVI Publishing Company, Inc.; 1979; pp. 202-227.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD899.F585 F67, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  58. Green, J. H.; Paskell, D.; Goldmintz, D., and Schisler, L. C. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). New methods under investigation for the utilization of fish solubles. Food Processing Waste Management; Syracuse, New York. 1973: 51-68.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  59. Guerrero, L.; Omil, F.; Mendez, R., and Lema, J. M. (Federico Santa Maria Technical University, Valparaiso, Chile.). Protein recovery during the overall treatment of wastewater from fish-meal factories. Bioresource Technology. 1998; 63(3):221-229; ISSN: 0960-8524.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD930.A391

  60. ---. Treatment of saline wastewaters from fish meal factories in an anaerobic filter under extreme ammonia concentrations. Bioresource Technology. 1997; 61(1):69-78; ISSN: 0960-8524.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD930.A391

  61. Guida, V. G. and Kugelman, I. J. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Activated Sludge Treatment and Salt Marsh Polishing for Seafood Processing Wastewater: An Experimental Investigation. Toxic and Hazardous Wastes, Proceedings of the Eighteenth Mid-Atlantic Industrial Waste ConferenceLancaster, PA: Technomic Publishing Co.; 1986: 376-390.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  62. Hansen, M. E. and Illanes, A. Applications of crustacean wastes in biotechnology. Martin, A. M., Ed. Fisheries processing: biotechnological applications. 1st Ed. ed. London: Chapman & Hall; 1994; pp. 174-205.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH 334.7 .F571 1994

  63. Harrison, T. D.; Boardman, G. D., and Flick, G. J. Characterization and treatment of wastes from blue crab processing facilities. 47th Industrial Waste Conference; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Chelsea, Michigan: Lewis Publishers, Inc.; 1992ISBN: 0073-7682.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD897 .I61

  64. Hart, Kathy and Green, David. The 1991 Seafood Environmental Summit; 1991: North Carolina Sea Grant College Program.

    Call Number: Web only

  65. Hilderbrand, Kenneth S., Oregon State University, Newport Oregon. Seafood waste management bibliography [Web Page]. 2001 Aug 25; Accessed 2002 Jan 14. Available at: http://seagrant.orst.edu/sgpubs/onlinepubs/wastebibliog.html

     

  66. http://seagrant.orst.edu/sgpubs/onlinepubs/i01002.pdf

    Call Number: Web only

  67. Hinkamp, D. A taste for waste. Oregon's Agricultural Progress. 1996; 43(1 (Fall)):15-17.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Valley S1 .O66, Guin S1 .O66, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  68. Ismond, Alan; British Columbia; Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, and Aqua Terra Consultants. Best management practices and low-tech solutions for increasing the efficiency of seafood processing plants. Victoria, British Columbia: Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food; 1994.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Fiche-Microlog 95-07461

  69. J.A. Commins & Associates and Environmental Protection Agency Technology Transfer Seminar. Upgrading seafood processing facilities to reduce pollution: choosing the optimum financial strategy for pollution control. Environmental Protection Agency Technology Transfer Seminar; Seattle, Washington. Fort Washington, Pennsylvania: J.A. Commins; 197464 pages.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  70. James H. McClare and Associates Ltd; Canada. Environmental Protection Service, and Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans. Development of UF/RO process for concentration of fishmeal plant stickwater (Ultrafiltration/Reverse osmosis)Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information: National Research Council Canada. Elmsdale, N.S. Canada: James H. McClare and Associates Ltd; 1987.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin TP996.F5 D48 1987

  71. Jerrard, R. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). The effluent problem. Food Processing. 1989; 58(10):29-30.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  72. Johnson, R. A. and Gallanger, S. M. (Dep. Mech. and Environ. Eng., Univ. Alaska, Fairbanks, AK 99701, USA). Use of coagulants to treat seafood processing wastewaters. Proceedings of the 39th Industrial Waste Conference; Purdue University. Weat Lafayette, Indiana: Butterworth Publishers; 1985: 573-584.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD897.I61 1985

  73. Johnson, R. A. and Lindley, K. L. Removal of suspended solids from seafood processing wastewatersOtwell, Steven W., Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition. Seafood Waste Management in the 1980's: Conference Proceedings; Orlando, Florida. Gainesville, FL: Florida Sea Grant College; 1981: 116-127.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GC4FLSGP.A22 no. 40, Guin GC4FLSGP.A22 no. 40, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  74. --- (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Use of Hydrocyclones to Treat Seafood-Processing Wastewaters. Journal of the Water Pollution Control Federation . 1982; 54(12):1607-1612.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  75. Jordening, David L. Economic analysis of effluent guidelines for selected segments of the seafood processing industry: catfish, crab, shrimp and tuna. Springfield, Virginia: Environmental Protection Agency; 1974. (EPA-230/2-74-025 /NTIS PB-234 214).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin SH221 .J6 1974

  76. Jordening, David L. and Eyestone, Thomas R. Economic analysis of interim final effluent guidelines seafoods processing industry: fish meal, salmon, bottom fish, clams, oyster, sardines, scallops, herring, abalone. Washington: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Planning and Evaluation; 1975.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin TD899.F57 J67 1975

  77. Joy, C. P. H. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). An economic and efficient method for treatment of effluent water from seafood processing plants. Seafood Export Journal. 1993; 25(1):50-52; ISSN: 0037-010X.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  78. Keller, Sue and Alaska Sea Grant College ProgramKeller, Sue. Making profits out of seafood wastes: International Conference on Fish By-products; Anchorage, Alaska. Fairbanks, Alaska: Alaska Sea Grant College Program; 1990 Ak-SG. v. . 90-07).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin SH335.8 .I581 1990

  79. Krofta, M.; Wang, L. K., and Pollman, C. D. (Krofta Engineering Corp. Lenox, MA). Treatment of Seafood Processing Wastewater by Dissolved Air Flotation Carbon Adsorption and Free Chlorination. Proceedings of the 43rd Industrial Waste Conference; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Chelsea, Michigan: Lewis Publishers; 1989: 535-550.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD897.I61

  80. Lin, S. S.; Liso, Paul B.; Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, and Kramer,Chin & Mayo. Evaluation of an extended aeration process for Skokomish salmon processing wastewater treatment. Cincinnati, Ohio: United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory; 1979. (Environmental protection technology series; Research reporting series, 2, Environmental technology; EPA-600/2-79-027).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley Docs NTIS Fiche: EPA/600/2-79-027, Guin TD899.F57 L56 1979

  81. Mameri, N.; Abdessemed, D.; Belhocine, D.; Lounici, H.; Gavach, C.; Sandeaux, J., and Sandeaux, R. Treatment of fishery washing water by ultrafiltration. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology. 1996; 67(2):169-175; ISSN: 0142-0356.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TP1.J6211

  82. Marti, C.; Roeckel, M.; Aspe, E., and Kanda, H. Recovery of proteins from fishmeal factory wastewaters. Process Biochemistry. 1994; 29(1):39-46.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TP248.3.P71

  83. Marti, M. C.; Roeckel, M.; Aspe, E., and Novoa, M. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Fat removal from process waters of the fish meal industry. A study of three flotation methods. Environmental Technology. 1994; 15(1):29-39; ISSN: 0959-3330.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  84. Martin, A. M. Fisheries processing : biotechnological applications. 1st Ed. ed. London: Chapman & Hall; 1994.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH 334.7 .F571 1994

  85. Martin, R. E. (Sci. Technol., Natl. Fish. Inst., 1525 Wilson Blvd., Suite 500, Arlington, VA 22209, USA). Seafood waste issues in the 1990's. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology . 1992; 1(1):9-16; ISSN: 1049-8850.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH334.9.J681

  86. Martin, Roy E. and Flick, G. J., Ed. The seafood industry. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold; 1990; c1990. ISBN: 0442239157.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin HD9450.5 .M37 1990

  87. Mendez R.; Lema, J. M., and Soto M. Treatment of seafood-processing wastewaters in mesophilic and thermophilic anaerobic filters. Water Environment Research. 1995; 67(1):33-45; ISSN: 1061-4303.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD511.S4

  88. Mendez, R.; Omil, F. Soto, and Lema, J. M. Pilot plant studies on the anaerobic treatment of different wastewaters from a fish-canning factory. Water Science and Technology. 1992; 25(1):37-44.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Valley TD424.5 .P71, Guin TD424.5 .P71 Fiche, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  89. Merlo, Christina A.; Rose, Walter W., and Ewing, Neal L. Membrane filtration handbook/selection guide: a guide on membrane filtration technology for the food processing industry. 1st ed. Dublin, CA: National Food Processors Association; 1993. 281 pages (Bulletin 45-L (Variation: Bulletin (National Food Processors Association (U.S.); 45-L.

    Call Number: sent to cataloging 12/03

  90. Montero, P. and Gomez-Guillen, M. C. Recovery and functionality of wash water protein from krill processing . Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 1998; 46(8):3300-3304.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley S583 .J55, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  91. Nair, C. (Siamtec International Ltd., Bangkok, Thailand.). Pollution control through water conservation and wastewater reuse in the fish processing industry. Water Science and Technology. 1990; 22(9):113-121; ISSN: ISSN: 0273-1223.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Valley TD424.5 .P71, Guin TD424.5.P71 fiche

  92. Neilson, B. A guide to wastewater management for seafood processors. Virginia Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program. Glouchester Point, VA.: Virginia Sea Grant; 1993.

    Call Number: Web only

  93. New York (State), Department of Environmental Conservation, Pollution Prevention Unit. Pollution prevention guidance for small business and local government. Albany, New York: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Pollution Prevention Unit; 1998. 89 pgs .

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  94. No, H. K. and Meyers, S. P. Crawfish chitosan as a coagulant in recovery of organic compounds from seafood processing streams. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 1989; 37(3):580-583.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley S583.J55

  95. ---. Recovery of amino acids from seafood processing wastewater with a dual chitosan-based ligand-exchange system. Journal of Food Science : an Official Publication of the Institute of Food Technologists . 1989; 54(1):60-62, 70; ISSN: 0022-1147.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TX341.F6, Guin TX341.F6

  96. NovaTech Consultants Inc.; Fraser River Estuary Management Program (Canada), and Water Quality/Waste Management Committee. Wastewater characterization of fish processing plant effluents. New Westminster, B.C.: Fraser River Estuary Management Program; 1994. (Technical report series: FREMP WQWM 93-10; Technical report series; DOE FRAP 1993-39; Variation: Technical report (Fraser River Estuary Management program (Canada). Water Quality/Waste Management Committee: WQWM 93-10.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Fiche, Microlog 95-00563

  97. Ohshima, T.; Suzuki, T., and Koizumi, C. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). New developments in surimi technology. Trends in Food Science & Technology. 1993; 4(6):157-163; ISSN: 0924-2244.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  98. Okazaki, E. and Sakamoto, M. (Natl. Res. Inst. Fish. Sci., 5-5-1 Kachidoki, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104, Japan). An inquiry as to the actual conditions of wastewater treatment at plants for processing Alaska pollack frozen-surimi. Bulletin of National Research Institute of Fisheries Science. 1992; 459-70; ISSN: 0915-8014.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH1.C41

  99. Okumura, A. and Uetana, K. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Treatment of fish processing wastes in Japan. Industry and Environment. 1992; 15(1/2):34-39; ISSN: 0378-9993.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  100. Omil, F.; Mendez, R., and Lema, J. M. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Anaerobic treatment of seafood processing waste waters in an industrial anaerobic pilot plant. Water S. A. 1996; 22(2):173-181; ISSN: 0378-4738.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  101. Otake, S.; Fukui, K.; Teraoka, K., and Yoshida, H. (Coll. Agric. Vet. Med., Nihon Univ., Shimouma, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo). Electrocoagulating treatment of waste water from fish paste-manufacting factories. Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries. 1977; 43(8):975-981.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley SH1.J2

  102. Otwell, W. S. Waste treatment and utilization . Martin, R. E. and Flick, G. J., Eds. The Seafood Industry. 1990; pp. 302-324.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin HD9450.5 .M37 1990

  103. Otwell, W. S. and Coastal Plains Center for Marine Development Services, Department of food science and human nutrition. Seafood waste management in the 1980's: conference proceedings; Orlando, Florida. Gainesville, FL: Florida Sea Grant College; 1981.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GC4.FLSGP.A22 no. 40, Guin GC4.FLSGP.A22 no. 40

  104. Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Research Center; Alaska. Department of Environmental Conservation, and Pollution Prevention Office. Pollution prevention opportunities in the fish processing industry. Seattle, Washington: Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Research Center; 1993.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library TD899.F57.P671 1993

  105. Park, J. W.; Lin, T. M., and Yongsawatdigul, J. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). New developments in manufacturing of surimi and surimi seafood. Food Review International. 1997; 13(4):577-610; ISSN: 8755-9129.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  106. Prasertsan, P.; Jung, S., and Buckle, K. A. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Anaerobic filter treatment of fishery wastewater . World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology. 1994; 10(1):11-13; ISSN: 0959-3993.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  107. Punal, A. and Lema, J. M. (Univ of Santiago de Compostela E-15706, Santiago de Compostela, Spain). Anaerobic treatment of wastewater from a fish-canning factory in a full-scale upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactor. Water Science and Technology . 1999; 40(8):57-62; ISSN: 0273-1223.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley Library TD424.5 .P71, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  108. Quigley, Kate; Sylvia, Gilbert; Oregon State University; Sea Grant College Program, and Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station (COMES). Municipal water management in oregon coastal communities. Corvallis, Oregon: Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station//Oregon Sea Grant; 2000.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD388.Q851.2000, Guin TD388.Q851.2000

  109. Reddy, N. R.; Flick, G. J.; Dupuy, H. P., and Boardman, G. D. Characterization and utilization of dehydrated wash waters from clam processing plants as flavoring agents. Journal of Food Science. 1989; 54(1):55-59.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TX341.F6, Guin TX341.F6

  110. Riddle, M. J. and Shikaze, K. Characterization and treatment of fish processing plant effluents in Canada. Food Processing Waste Management; Syracuse, New York. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University; 1973: 274-305.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  111. River, L.; Aspe, E.; Roeckel, M., and Marti, M. C. Evaluation of clean technology processes in the marine products processing industry. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology. 1998; 73(3):217-226; ISSN: 0268-2575.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TP1 .J6211, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  112. Rodenhizer, J. S. and Boardman, G. D. (417 NEB, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061, USA). Collection, Analysis, and Utilization of Biogas from Anaerobic Treatment of Crab Processing Waters. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology . 1999; 8(2):59-75; ISSN: 1049-8850.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH334.9.J681

  113. Sandberg, M. and Ahring, B. K. Anaerobic treatment of fish meal process waste-water in a UASB reactor at high pH. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 1992; 36(6):800-804.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley QR53.E87

  114. Sano, Kazuo. Treatment of waste water from marine products processing plants. Marine Behaviour and Physiology . 1988; 14(1):41-63.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin GL121 .M4, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  115. Schaffeld, G.; Bruzzone, P.; Illanes, A.; Curotto, M., and Aguirre, C. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Enzymatic treatment of stickwater from fishmeal industry with the protease from Cucurbita ficifolia. Biotechnololgy Letters. 1989; 11(7):521-522; ISSN: 0141-5492.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  116. Schoemaker, R. Shrimp waste utilisation. Richards, N., Ed. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Infofish; 1991. iii, 20 p. (INFOFISH Technical Handbook; 4).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin SH336.5.S56 S51 1991

  117. Selley, Paul P. (Southland Canning and Packing Co. ). Dissolved air flotation for treatment of shrimp wasteOtwell, Steven W., Department of food Science and Human Nutrition. Seafood Waste Management in the 1980's: Conference Proceedings; Orlando, Florida. Gainesville, Florida: Florida Sea Grant College; 1981: 147-152.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GC4 FLSGP.A22 no. 40, Guin GC4 FLSGP.A22 no. 40

  118. Sheffield, C. W., Vice President Russell & Axon, Inc. Orlando, FL. Treatment of scallop waste. 46th Industrial Waste Conference; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Chelsea, Michigan: Lewis Publishers, Inc.; 1991ISBN: 0073-7682.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD897 .I61

  119. Simpson, B. K.; Gagne, N., and Simpson, M. V. Bioprocessing of chitin and chitosan. Martin, A. M., Ed. Fisheries processing: biotechnological applications. 1st Ed. ed. London: Chapman & Hall; 1994; pp. 155-173.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH 334.7 .F571 1994

  120. Smith, D. W. How to do a seafood processing plant water, waste and wastewater audit. British Columbia, Canada: Province of British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food; 1994.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Guin Microlog 95-06773

  121. Soennichsen, T. (Fish. Lab. Bornholm, Bornholm, Denmark). The treatment and conservation of water in the fishing industry. World Fishing. 1989; 38(7):50; ISSN: 0043-8480.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH1.W63

  122. Stevens, Bradley G.; Haaga, Jan; Munk, J. Eric; Shryock, Arnie; Mahoney, Barbara, and Himelbloom, Brian (NMFS). Effects of Kodiak fish waste disposal site on benthic habitat and associated water quality. National Marine Fisheries Service; 1991(Quick-Look Report (May 13, 1991)).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  123. Stone, Frederick E.; Barnett, Harold J.; Hunter, Patrick J.; Roberts, Glenn C., and Nelson, Richard W. Processing wastewater from two mechanized salmon canneries. Marine Fisheries Review. 1981; 43(1):21-25.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley SH11.A14, Guin SH11.A14, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  124. Stuiber, David A. and Quigley, John T. Wastewater treatment in fish processing. Proceedings of the 16th Conference on Great Lakes Research; Huron, Ohio. Ann Arbor, Michigan: International Association for Great Lakes Research, Braun-Brumfield; 1973: 958-966. Publication/ Great Lakes Research Division.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley GB 1627.G8 C6, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  125. Suh, J. S.; Cho, S. Y.; Son, K. T.; Kim, J. S., and Lee, E. H. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Recovery and utilization of proteins and lipids from the washing wastewater in marine manufacture by isoelectric point shifting precipitation method. 2. Utilization of the recovered proteins as the material of a processed food. Bulletin of the Korean Fisheries Society. 1994; 27(5):495-500; ISSN: 0374-8111.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  126. Suh, J. S.; Cho, S. Y.; Son, K. T.; Lee, J. S.; Kim, J. S., and Lee, E. H. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Effects of the isoelectric point shifting precipitation treatment on BOD and COD value decreases of the washing wastewater in marine processing manufacture. Bulletin of the Korean Fisheries Society. 1994; 27(5):673-674; ISSN: 0374-8111.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  127. Suh, J. S.; Cho, S. Y.; Son, K. T.; Lee, J. S., and Lee, E. H. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Recovery and utilization of proteins and lipids from the washing wastewater in marine manufacture by isoelectric point shifting precipitation method. 3. Utilization of the recovered lipids as the material for a processed food. Journal of the Korean Fisheries Society. 1995; 28(2):157-162; ISSN: 0374-8111.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  128. Szabo, A. J. (Domingue, Szabo and Asoc., Inc., Lafayette, LA, USA). Dissolved air flotation for treatment of seafood wastewaterOtwell, W. S., Department of food science and human nutrition. Seafood waste management in the 1980's; Orlando, Florida. Gainesville, FL: Florida Sea Grant College; 1981: 137-146.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin GC4 FLSGP.A22 no.40

  129. Szabo, A. J.; LaFleur, L. F., and Wilson, F. R. Dissolved air flotation treatment of gulf shrimp cannery wastewater, =Industrial Environmental Protection Agency, Food and Wood Products Branch. Proceedings Ninth National Symposium on Food Processing Wastes; Denver, Colorado. Cincinnati, Ohio: United States Environmental Protection Agency; 1978: 221-230. Environmental Protection Technology Series. v. EPA-600/2-78-188).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin TD899.F585 N37 1978, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  130. Tchobanoglous, George; Burton, Franklin L.; Stensel, H. David, and Metcalf & Eddy. Wastewater engineering: treatment and reuse. 3 ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2003. 1820 pp. (McGraw-Hill seris in water resources and environmental engineering.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley Library TD645

  131. Tilsworth, T. and Morgan, W. D. Jr. Alaska seafood processing industry. 38th Industrial Waste Conference; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Boston: Butterworth Publishers; 1983; c1984: 847-854.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD897 .I61, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  132. Timmons, Michael B. and Losordo, Thomas M. Aquaculture water reuse systems: engineering design and management. Amsterdam; New York: Elsevier; 1994. (Developments in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science; 27).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley SH137.A786 1994, Guin SH137.A786 1994 c.2

  133. United States. Environmental Protection Agency . Evaluation of waste disposal practices of Alaska seafood processors . Denver, CO: National Field Investigations Center-Denver; 1974.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH335.U54 1974

  134. United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Effluent Guidelines Division. Development document for effluent limitations guidelines and new source performance standards for the fish meal, salmon, bottom fish, clam, oyster, sardine, scallop, herring, and abalone segment of the canned and preserved fish and seafood processing industry point source category. Washington, DC.: Effluent Guidelines Division, Office of Water and Hazardous Materials, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; 1975. (EPA-440/1-75/041a.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin TD899.F57 U561 1975

  135. ---. Development document for effluent limitations guidelines and standards of performance for the catfish, crab, shrimp, and tuna segments of the canned and preserved seafood processing industry.Train, Russell E., Administrator. Washington, DC.: Effluent Guidelines Division, Office of Water and Hazardous Materials, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; 1974;(EPA/440/1-74-020-A.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin TD899.F57 D41 1974a

  136. United States. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory. Methods for chemical analysis of water and wastes. Cincinnati, Ohio: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory; 1979. (EPA-600/4-79-020).

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin QD 142.A6 1979

  137. Usydus, Z. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Methods of preliminary waste treatment in small fish processing plants. Bulletin of the Sea Fisheries Institute. 1994; 1(131):67-69.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  138. Usydus, Z. and Bykowski, P. J. (OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection). Treatment of wastewater from fish processing factories. Bulletin of the Sea Fisheries Institute. 1999; 1(146):73-84; ISSN: 0209-0708.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  139. Valle, J. M. del and Aguilera, J. M. (University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada). Recovery of liquid by-products from fish meal factories: a review. Process Biochemistry International. 1990; 25(4):122-131; ISSN: 0963-4940.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TP 248.3 .P71

  140. Veiga, M. C.; Mendez, R. J., and Lema, J. M. Treatment of tuna processing wastewater in laboratory and pilot scale DSFF anaerobic reactors. 46th Purdue Industrial Waste Conference Proceedings; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Chelsea, Michigan: Lewis Publishers; 1992: 447-453.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley TD897 .I61, Guin Library Seafood Technology Collection

  141. ---. Waste water treatment for fisheries operations. Martin, A. M., Ed. Fisheries processing: biotechnological applications. 1st Ed. ed. London: Chapman & Hall; 1994; pp. 344-369.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin SH 334.7 .F571 1994

  142. Vidal, G.; Aspe, E.; Marti, M. C., and Roeckel, M. Treatment of recycled wastewaters from fishmeal factory by an anaerobic filter. Biotechnology Letters. 1997; 19(2):117-121.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries- Valley QR53 .B536

  143. Wheaton, F. W. and Lawson, T. B. Waste production and management. Wheaton, F. W. and Lawson, T. B. Processing Aquatic Food Products. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 1985; pp. 349-390.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Valley SH335 .W44 1985, Guin SH335 .W44 1985

  144. Zachritz, W. H. and Malone, F. M. Wastewater Treatment options for Louisiana seafood processors. Baton Rouge: Louisiana Sea Grant College Program, Louisiana State University; 1991.

    Call Number: Web only

  145. Zall, R. R. and Hood, L. F. (Dept. and Inst. Food Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY). Recovery, Utilization and Treatment of Seafood Processing WastesOtwell, W. S., Department of food science and human nutrition. Seafood waste management in the 1980's; Orlando, Florida. Gainesville, FL: Florida Sea Grant College; 1981: pages 201-225.

    Call Number: OSU Libraries-Guin GC4 FLSGP no. 40


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