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Fish Kills

The sudden death of fish due to natural causes, pollutants, or environmental factors such as the reduction of the dissolved oxygen concentration in a body of water. [NALT] [AGROVOC]


A Beginners Guide to Water Management—Fish Kills

FA104/Cir107 by Florida LAKEWATCHNovember 16th, 2020

Dissolved Oxygen for Fish Production

FA002/FA27 by Ruth Francis-FloydApril 6th, 2021

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