Effect of Difference Feeding Volume on Sediment Accumulation Rate and Carbon Burial Rate in The Polyculture System of Nile Tilapia and Pacific White Shrimp Culturing

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Sawika Kunlapapuk
Idsariya Wudtisin
Ruangvit Yoonpundh
Soranut Sirisuay

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The study on the effect of difference feeding volume on sediment accumulation rate and carbon burial rate in the polyculture of Nile Tilapia and Pacific white shrimp were conducted in six ponds located in Phantong District, Chonburi Province, Eastern part of Thailand Those ponds were categorized in three groups in term of three different feeding volumes; low volume feeding, moderate volume feeding and the group with high volume feeding. The group with high volume feeding had the highest sediment accumulation rate, average 35.50±4.71 cm·yr-1 inferior to, the group with moderate volume feeding, average 16.80±1.86 cm·yr-1 and low volume feeding, average 5.40±0.00 cm·yr-1. The average carbon burial rate of all three groups of feeding volume were 31.21±30.05 g C·m-2·yr-1. The group with high volume feeding had the highest carbon burial rate significantly (p<0.05) with the average 69.87±17.16 g C·m-2·yr-1. The results indicated that the group with high volume feeding and the adding of manure  showed the highest sediment accumulation and carbon burial rate.   

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