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Dr Cliff Jones

 

Contact Details

Tel+27 (0) 46 603 8415

c.jones@ru.ac.za

 

Qualifications

BSc (Hons, Rhodes)
PhD (Fisheries Science, Rhodes)

 

Further Details

Senior lecturer

 

Selected Publications

Papers submitted for publication or in preparation

Lloyd KE, Jones CLW, Naylor MA. (In review) The effect of stocking density on the feeding behaviour of farmed abalone, Haliotis midae. Submitted to Aquaculture.

Power SD, Jones CLW (In review) Hydroponic tomato production using anaerobically digested brewery effluent as an alternative nutrient solution: the influence of high-rate algal ponds and pH adjustment. Submitted to Water research.

Robinson G, Slater MJ, Jones CLW, Stead SM. (In prep) Effect of substrate physico-chemical parameters on growth, body composition and behaviour of juvenile sea cucumber, Holothuria scabra. To be submitted toPLOS One.

 

Published or accepted and in press

Naylor MA, Kaiser H, Jones CLW. 2014. The effect of free ammonia nitrogen, pH and supplementation with oxygen on the growth of South African abalone, Haliotis midae in an abalone serial-use raceway with three passes. Aquaculture Research 45(2):213-224

Robinson G, Slater MJ, Jones CLW, Stead SM. 2013. Role of sand as substrate and dietary component for juvenile sea cucumber Holothuria scabraAquaculture 392-395: 23-25

Naylor MA, Kaiser H, Jones CLW. 2013. The effect of dosing with sodium hydroxide (NaOH-) on water pH and growth of Haliotis midae in an abalone serial-use raceway. Aquaculture International 21: 467-479

 

Conference proceedings, papers and abstracts

Jones CLW, Lloyd K, Naylor M. 2014. The effect of stocking density on the behaviour of farmed South African abalone, Haliotis midaeAquaculture Europe – Adding value, Donostia-San Sebastian, (14-17 October 2014). pp 604.

Slater MJ, Beltran-Gutierrez M, Robinson G, MacDonald CL, Ferse SCA, Kunzmann A, Jones CLW, Eeckhaut I, Seemann U, Stead SM. 2014. Integrating detritivores into recirculating systems and existing aquaculture.World Aquaculture (in prep 2014), Adelaide, Australia. In prep.

Jones CLW. 2013. Brewery effluent – Fuel for algae, vegetable and fish production. Water Research Commission Symposium 2013 – Local solutions, global impact (25-27 September 2013), Pretoria, South Africa. 30 p. (Invited speaker)

Taylor R, Jones CLW, Britz PJ. 2013. The quality of brewery effluent grown duckweed as a tilapia feed supplement. Conference of the Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa (9-12 September 2013), Stellenbosch, South Africa. pp 38.

Lloyd K, Gornall C, Naylor M, Jones CLW. 2013.The behaviour of farmed Haliotis midae at various stocking densities? Conference of the Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa (9-12 September 2013), Stellenbosch, South Africa. pp 22.

Jones CLW, Britz JP, Laubscher  R, Davies MTT, Scheepers R, Cilliers A, Crous L, Power  S, Brand M, Nicholson G, and Ayres D. 2013.Brewery effluent as a water and/or nutrient source for algae, vegetable and fish production. Conference of the Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa (9-12 September 2013), Stellenbosch, South Africa. p 9.

Nicholson GH, Jones CLW.  2013. The effects of stocking density on the growth and production of farmed South African abalone. Conference of the Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa (9-12 September 2013), Stellenbosch, South Africa. pp 33.

Ayres DWP, Kaiser H, Jones CLW. 2013. Effect of soya on the sex life of farmed South African abalone.Conference of the Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa (9-12 September 2013), Stellenbosch, South Africa. p 13.

Robinson G, Slater MJ, Jones CLW, Stead S. 2013. Role of sand as a substrate and dietary component for the Sea Cucumber (Holothuria Scabra). Conference of the Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa (9-12 September 2013), Stellenbosch, South Africa. p 60.

Wu Y, Robinson G, Jones CLW. 2013. The effect of a plenum on the growth and behaviour of cultured sandfish (Holothuria scabra). Conference of the Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa (9-12 September 2013), Stellenbosch, South Africa. p 61.

 

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