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Title: Technical Considerations of closed containment sea pen production for some life stages of salmonids
Author(s): Clarke, Roy
Maitland, Danielle
Bostock, John
Citation: Clarke R, Maitland D & Bostock J (2018) Technical Considerations of closed containment sea pen production for some life stages of salmonids. Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum (SARF) SARF Research Project Reports, SARFSP011. Stirling. http://www.sarf.org.uk/SARFSP011.pdf
Issue Date: Dec-2018
Series/Report no.: SARF Research Project Reports, SARFSP011
Abstract: We have investigated the technical and economic use of a closed containment sea pen nursery system for production of larger (circa 1 kg) fish for stocking in conventional cage systems with a view to reducing the duration of the marine on-growing phase in conventional open cages. This modified production strategy would reduce the time of exposure to sea lice, allow the capture of some of the solid waste from the culture operation and potentially allow more efficient use of ongrowing sites as the rate of throughput in those sites could be substantially increased
Type: Research Report
URL: http://www.sarf.org.uk/SARFSP011.pdf
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/29642
Rights: This publication may be re-used free of charge in any format or medium. It may only be reused accurately and not in a misleading context. All material must be acknowledged as SARF copyright and use of it must give the title of the source publication. Where third party copyright material has been identified, further use of that material requires permission from the copyright holders concerned.
Affiliation: Institute of Aquaculture
Institute of Aquaculture

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