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What does AAH stand for?

AAH stands for Aquatic Animal Health (various organizations)

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Although aquatic animal health and food safety issues have been subjected to certification and international compliance for many years, the new guidelines mark the first time animal welfare, environmental issues and socio-economic aspects have been subjected to compliance or certification.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Scientists at the ARS Aquatic Animal Health Research Unit in Auburn, Alabama, and its worksite laboratory in Chestertown, Maryland, are developing vaccines to protect farm-raised catfish and nearly two dozen other aquatic animal species that are vulnerable, says microbiologist Phillip H.
99 Paperback SF458 For aquatic animal health professionals, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and students, Roberts (veterinary technology, Medaille College), an owner of an animal hospital and an ambulatory aquatic practice, provides a unique and comprehensive guide that addresses managing the health and well-being of ornamental aquatic animals.
As is frequently the case, the National Fish Hatchery System's (NFHS) aquatic animal health experts are among the Nation's first responders to provide effective surveillance, diagnostic, and management capabilities when disease outbreaks occur.
As is frequently the case, the National Fish Hatchery System's (NFHS) aquatic animal health experts are among the Nation's first responders to provide effective surveillance, diagnostic, and management capabilities when disease outbreaks occur.
For aquatic animal diseases, the 'aquatic animal health code' and the 'manual of diagnostic tests for aquatic animals' are prepared by the OIE's aquatic animal health commission, with the assistance of international experts, the OIE's other specialist commissions, (such as for biological standards) and in consultation with OIE member countries.