Table of Contents:
Advances in Seafood Byproducts

Chapter

Page

Remarks

Jerry Babbitt

viii

Keynote Address—
Fish Processing Waste: Opportunity or Liability

John S. Kilpatrick

1

World Market Overview

 

World Market Overview of Fish Meal and Fish Oil

Stuart Barlow

11

Growing Requirements for Fish Meals and Fish Oils

Albert G.J. Tacon

27

Utilization of Fish Byproducts in Iceland

Sigurjon Arason

43

Byproducts from Chile and the Antarctic

Max Rutman, Luciano Diaz, and Juan Pablo Hinrichsen

63

What Is the Potential Market for Seafood Byproducts in Southeast Asia for Aquaculture and Livestock Feeds?

Suchart Thanakiatkai

69

Seafood Byproduct Production in the United Kingdom

Michaela Archer

75

Status of Alaska’s Fisheries

 

Future of Alaska’s Fisheries Resources

Loh-Lee Low

83

Utilization of Alaska’s Seafood Processing Byproducts

Chuck Crapo and Peter Bechtel

105

The Potential Fate and Effects of Seafood Processing Wastes Dumped at Sea: A Review

Bodil A. Bluhm and Peter J. Bechtel

121

Products I—Animal Feeds

 

Marine Byproducts for Aquaculture Use

Ronald W. Hardy

141

Opportunities and Challenges of Fish Meal and Fish Oil in Animal Food

Richard Sellers

153

Developing Unique Feed Ingredients from Fish Byproduct Components

Peter J. Bechtel

159

Nutritional Quality of Alaska White Fish Meals Made with Different Levels of Hydrolyzed Stickwater for Pacific Threadfin (Polydactylus sexfilis)

I. Forster, J.K. Babbitt, and S. Smiley

169

Products II—Plant Fertilizers, Alternative Energy, and Other Industrial Uses

 

Fish Oils: Properties and Processing

Subramaniam Sathivel

175

Demonstrating the Use of Fish Oil as Fuel in a Large Stationary Diesel Engine

John A. Steigers

187

Macro- and Micronutrient Composition of Fish Bone Derived from Alaskan Fish Meal Processing: Exploring Possible Uses for Fish Bone Meal

Ronald B. Johnson, Peter M. Nicklason, and Harold J. Barnett

201

An Overview of Fishery Byproduct Use in Russia for Culinary and Non-Food Purposes

Luidmila B. Mukhina

219

Bait for the Longlining Fishery of Snapper (Pagrus auratus)

Francisco Ignacio Blaha

231

Shelf Life Extension of Mangosteen by Chitosan Coating

Attaya Kungsuwan, Bordin Ittipong, Pawared Inthuserd, and Samrual Dokmaihom

241

Products III—Human Food, Supplements, and Pharmaceuticals

 

Nutraceuticals and Bioactives from Seafood Byproducts

Fereidoon Shahidi

247

Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Health, Nutrition, and Disease: Future U.S. Market Considerations

Robert Katz and Joyce Nettleton

265

Functional Fish Protein Ingredients from Fish Species of Warm and Temperate Waters: Comparison of Acid- and Alkali-Aided Processing vs. Conventional Surimi Processing

Hordur G. Kristinsson and Necla Demir

277

Bioactive Compounds from Sea Squirt Tunic Wastes

Sung-Hun Jeong, Sham-Hwan Ahn, Jose P. Peralta, Seok-Joong Kang, Yeong-Joon Choi, Tae-Sung Jung, and Byeong-Dae Choi

297

Effect of Chitosan on Gelling Properties of Thai Catfish (Pangasius sutchi) Surimi

Attaya Kungsuwan, Bordin Ittipong, Sirirat Jongrittiporn, Orawan Kongpan, Suthep Limsooksomboon, and Chantip Limthongkun

311

Development of Pacific Whiting Fish Sauce: Market Potential and Manufacturing in the United States

S. Tungkawachara and J.W. Pa

321

Fish Sauce from Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) Nuggets as Affected by Salt Content and Enzyme Addition

Somsamorn Gawborisut, Juan L. Silva, and Roberto S. Chamul

333

Development of Food Products from Channel Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) Byproducts

Juan L. Silva, T. Kim, and S. Danviriyakul

343

Available and Innovative Technology

 

Trends in the Utilization and Production of Seafood Byproducts

Hans Nissen

351

Membrane Filtration of Stickwater

Leo D. Pedersen, Charles Crapo, Jerry Babbitt, and Scott Smiley

359

Utilization of Seafood Byproducts: Why Fish Meal?

Jette Kristensen

371

Modified Silage Process for Fish and Fish Processing Waste

Peter Nicklason, Harold Barnett, Ron Johnson, Mark Tagal, and Bob Pfutzenreuter

379

Process Accounting (PA) Applications to Milkfish Processing

Jose P. Peralta

393

Obtaining Human Food from Whole Underutilized Fish

A. Gelman, U. Cogan, S. Mokady, V. Drabkin, and L. Glatman

403

Problem Solving—Alaska Model

 

Byproduct Utilization: Available and Innovative Technologies

Lars Langhoff

421

Success in Byproduct Utilization and Marketing

Bruce Buckmaster

427

Analysis of Groundfish Meals Made in Alaska

Scott Smiley, Jerry Babbitt, Subramaniam Divakaran, Ian Forster, and Alexandra de Oliveira

431

Ketchikan Seafood Byproduct Studies: Partnerships in Problem Solving

Stephanie Madsen

455

Increasing the Value of Alaska Pollock Byproducts

Joe Regenstein, Susan Goldhor, and Don Graves

459

Product Practices and Logistics

 

Cleaner Production Practices in the Seafood Industry Can Add Profits to Your Operation

Anthony P. Bimbo

483

Bycatch Utilization: The Asian Experience

S. Subasinghe

501

Safety

 

Microbiological Aspects of Animal Feed Manufacturing: Safety and Quality

Brian H. Himelbloom s

515

The Impact of Food Safety and Competitive Markets on Byproduct Recovery Strategies

Alan Ismond

535

Seafood Byproduct Research Priorities and Opportunities

539

Index

549