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- Saprolegnia treatment and prevention subject of new study
- California reports banner year for Chinook - The numbers are in, and last year’s final egg take from spawn-ready adult chinook salmon that returned in droves to several state and national hatchery locations made for a record year.
- BRAZIL’S BIG PLANS - With strong government-backing and a huge freshwater resource this newly prosperous South American country is making rapid gains in aquaculture production.
- Wrasse reproduction a focus of research at University of Stirling
- Lower profits for Norwegian salmon hatcheries - Profitability in the Norwegian hatchery sector has declined according to a 2010 government survey
- Scotland releases stats for 2010 smelt production - Scotland produced 36.9 million Atlantic salmon smolt in 2010 – the same amount that was recorded in 2009, according to the Scottish Fish Farm Annual Production Survey.
- Feds restore funding for US fish hatcheries But future still uncertain
- Breeding the New Zealand short-finned eel, and its hybridization with European eels
- Bio-diesel by-product enhances -growth of juvenile gilt head bream
- New plans for restoring salmon runs in Downeast Maine
- New ideas, new funding vital for future of public hatcheries
- Predator-avoidance training for Florida bass
- Common monitoring program proposed for Columbia basin hatcheries
- Volunteers ensure success at new Scottish hatchery
- Hatchery-raised steelhead lose “street smarts” in just one generation
- New trout breeding centre planned for Peru
- French researchers test in vitro storage of rainbow trout eggs at low temperature
- Kofi Annan to speak at AquaVision 2012
- Ultraviolet Light Disinfection systems Determining system dose delivery
- Will spadefish be the next aquaculture species? - Initial success in the hatchery shows promise for the future
SEQ FISH - Australian bass culture in southeast Queensland
KELP GROUPER - Japanese researchers test effect of water flow in larval rearing tank
THE BUSINESS OF HATCHERIES By Diogo Thomaz
Redundancy in Hatchery Protocols: Why, Where and How?
- Collaboration promotes reproductive technologies for aquaculture
- New fish health company specializes in custom vaccines
- New UK research lab overcomes unanticipated hurdles
- US and Chilean companies partner-up in vaccine agreement
RECIRC IN ACTION
- Salmon tank farm gets go-ahead in BC - Canadian government helps fund recirc project for commercial growout
- PROFILE: NEOMAR’S OCEANLOOP - German recirculation aquaculture system (RAS) specialist Neomar GmbH develops a commercial-scale inland solution using traditional land-based marine aquarium model.