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Of course water temperature varies seasonably, and at some warmwater sites, it is possible to culture coldwater or coolwater species in winter and tropical species in summer. For example, tilapia can be cultured in summer and rainbow trout can be cultured in winter—although it has ◦ only been done in research—in central Alabama (32 north latitude) in the United States. The range of species that can be cultured at a particular location also will be restricted by salinity, that is, freshwater, brackishwater, or marine species.
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Aquaculture, resource use, and the environment by Claude Boyd, Aaron McNevin