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ALGAE 1986;1(1): 251-257.
Studies on the Culture Conditions and the Water Movement Situation of Laver Farm in Kari-Po Inlet
Nam-Pyo Koh, Kyu-Hyong Lee
Department of Aquaculture of Fishing Technology, Yosu Junior Fisheries College
In order to investigate the value level of the laver culture, the intensity of sea water movement in and around the cultivation farm is studied using the hydrographic data and corrosion test data of iron plates at Kari-po inlet showing lower production by mass cultivation. Several oceanographic characteristics show different value among the sites int he farm, because the culture facilities disturb the movement of sea water. The corrosion test of iron plated indicates that it occurs more heavily in outer sea than inside of the culture area. These results exhibit that the lower production of laver in this inlet is caused by this poor movement of the water inside the culture area. The distribution pattern of corrosion volume in iron plates agrees well with that of oceanographic characteristics in this area.
Key words: Corrosion test, cultivation, laver culture, Kari-po

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