1. Trout and Salmon Culture
  2. Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
  3. Oppdrett av laks og aure


  2. Atlantic
  3. Buckmans creek fish hatchery
  4. MariCal (SuperSmolt™-prosessen)
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  1. Changes in condition factor and gonadosomatic index in maturing and non-maturing Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) in Bay of Fundy sea cages, and the effectiveness of photoperiod manipulation in reducing early maturation. Aquaculture Research 36(9): 882  - June 2005
  2. Interactions between ice storage time, collagen composition, gaping and textural properties in farmed salmon muscle harvested at different times of the year. Aquaculture 240 (2004) 489–504
  3. Stocking density and welfare of cage farmed Atlantic salmon: application of a multivariate analysis. Aquaculture 243 (2005) 121– 132
  4. Effects of the timing of the introduction of feeds containing different protein and lipid levels on the performance and quality of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, over the entire seawater phase of growth. Aquaculture 225(1-4):41-65, July 2003
  5. Seasonal changes in selected muscle quality parameters in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) reared under natural and continuous light. Aquaculture Nutrition 9(3):161  - June 2003
  6. Prospects for genetic technology in salmon breeding programmes. Aquaculture Research 34(5):397  - April 2003
  7. Do delivery rate and pellet size affect growth rate in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) raised under semi-commercial farming conditions? Aquaculture 224(1-4): 79-88, 2003
  8. Salmonid Smoltification. Aquaculture 222(1-4): 1-344,  2003
  9. Submerged light increases swimming depth and reduces fish density of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar L. in production cages. Aquaculture Research.  34(6): 469  - May 2003
  10. Fat distribution in Atlantic salmon Salmo salar L. in relation to body size and feeding regime. Aquaculture Research 34(4): 311  - March 2003
  11. A major water quality problem in smolt farms: combined effects of carbon dioxide, reduced pH and aluminium on Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) smolts: physiology and growth. Aquaculture 215(1-4): 339-357, 10 January 2003
  12. Feed intake, growth and ionoregulation in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) smolts in relation to dietary addition of a feeding stimulant and time of seawater transfer. Aquaculture 217(1-4): 647-662, 17 March 2003
  13. Growth performance and sexual maturation in diploid and triploid Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) in seawater tanks exposed to continuous light or simulated natural photoperiod. Aquaculture 215 (1-4): 145-162
  14. Hugsanleg įhrif eldislaxa į villta laxastofna. Embętti Veišimįlastjóra. 2002
  15. Brain activity of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) following electrical stunning using various field strengths and pulse durations. Aquaculture 216(1-4):363-369.
  16. The future of stock enhancements: lessons for hatchery practice from conservation biology. Fish and Fisheeries 3(2):79-95. 2002
  17. Selection experiments on Atlantic salmon ranching. II. Variation among release sites and strains for return rate, body weight and ratio of grilse to total return. Aquaculture 144 (1996) 277-294
  18. Starvation prior to slaughter in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar): II. White muscle composition and evaluation of freshness, texture and colour characteristics in raw and cooked fillets - Aquaculture
  19. From Atlantic to Pacific: price links in the US wild and farmed salmon market
  20. Optimal harvesting of farmed Atlantic salmon at two cohort management strategies and different harvest operation restrictions
  21. Microstructure and texture of fresh and smoked Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., fillets from fish reared and slaughtered under different conditions
  22. Effects of rearing stress on Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) antibody response to a non-pathogenic antigen
  23. Growth, osmoregulation and sexual maturation of underyearling Atlantic salmon smolt Salmo salar L. exposed to different intensities of continuous light in sea cages
  24. Effect of freshwater supply on the survival and growth of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., ‘0+ autumn smolts' reared in sea cages during winter