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35–40. Paris: Institut National de la Rescherche Agronomique. Boyd, C. E. and C. A. Boyd. 2012. Physiochemical characteristics of ponds. In J. W. Neal and D. W. Willis, editors, Small Impoundment Management in North America, pp. 49–82. Bethesda: American Fisheries Society. Boyd, C. E. and A. A. McNevin. 2011. An early assessment of the effectiveness of aquaculture certification and standards. Report to RESOLVE, Washington, DC. Boyd, C. E. and C. S. Tucker. 1998. Pond Aquaculture Water Quality Management.

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Ponds may be constructed by damming streams. These ponds have stable water levels but they also may have high flushing rates. Short water retention time may reduce the effectiveness of liming and fertilization in augmenting productivity. Overflow structures with intakes near the bottom in the deepest area of ponds sometimes are installed to avoid discharge after heavy rainfall events of plankton that inhabits the upper layer of illuminated water (Fig. 4). Ponds can be constructed by excavating a basin in which to store water (Fig.

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