Salmon Aquaculture Research Database
|51||Persistence of oxytertracycline in sediments from fish farms||
The persistence of oxytetracycline, an antibacterial agent, in bottom deposits from fish farms was investigated. The drug was found in concentrations capable of causing antimicrobial effects up to 12 weeks after administration. A half-life of...
|Berglind, P. and Berglind, L.||Aquaculture, pp. 365-370||1988||Antibiotics/Pesticides, Cultured, Habitat, Sediments|
|199||A review of local adaptation in salmonidae, with particular reference to Pacific and Atlantic salmon||
Rapid development of aquaculture operations for various salmonids has raised concern that interbreeding between wild salmon and hatchery strays or fish that have escaped from salmon farms may alter "locally adapted" trails of wild populations....
|Taylor, E.B.||Aquaculture, pp. 185-207||1991||Cultured, Genetics/Molecular, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|195||River Pollution from a large trout farm in Norway||
The pollution loading from Oxna Bruk, a trout farm with an annual fish production of 200
|Bergheim, A. and Selmer-Olsen, A.R.||Aquaculture, pp. 267-270||1978||Freshwater/Hatchery, Nutrient Impacts, Waste/ Discharge, Water Quality|
|336||The toxicity of emamectin benzoate, an aquaculture pesticide, to planktonic marine copepods||
The acute and sublethal toxicity of emamectin benzoate to non-target planktonic marine copepods was determined. Emamectin benzoate is the active ingredient in Slice
|Willis, K.||Aquaculture, pp. 289-297||2003||Habitat, SLICE (Emamectin Benzoate), Water Quality|
|217||Sedimentation and organic loading at fish farms||
Water pollution and environmental degradation poses serious threats to fish farms. One potential source of pollution is the farm itself. As farm sizes increase, this threat becomes more substantive, especially at sites that are poorly flushed...
|BC Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Aquaculture and Commercial Fisheries Branch||BC Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Aquaculture and Commercial Fisheries Branch||1989||Contaminants, Habitat, Organic Wastes, Sediments|
|332||Production of Fraser River Sockeye salmon in relation to decadal-scale changes in the climate and the ocean,||
The abundance of Fraser River sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) stocks was low in the 1960s, increased to high levels in the 1980s, and possibly entered a period of low abundance in recent years. The abundance changes of the combined stocks can...
|Beamish R.J., Neville, C.M.||Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, pp. 543-554||1997||Enhancement, Sustainability, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|229||Fish Habitat and Dredging||
An overview of the effects of bottom dredging on fish habitat in Canadian coastal waters.
|Department of Fisheries and Oceans||Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Communications Directorate||1985||Habitat, Regulations/Policy|
|231||Canada's Fish Habitat Law||
An overview of the rules and regulation surrounding fish habitat in Canada and how the public needs to proceed when planning an operation that may involve fish habitat.
|Department of Fisheries and Oceans.||Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Communications Directorate.||1991||Habitat, Regulations/Policy|
|3283||Temperature threshold to define management strategies for Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) fisheries under environmentally stressful conditions.||DFO-MPO||DFO-MPO CSAS Report 2012/019, <http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/csas-sccs/Publications/SAR-AS/2012/2012_019-eng.html>||2012||Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|3004||Species-specific patterns of aggregation of wild fish around fish farms||
Fish-farming structures are widespread in coastal waters and are highly attractive to wild fish. Several studies have estimated that tons to tens of tons of wild fish aggregate around fish farms. These estimates assumed that the majority of wild...
|Dempster, T., Sanchez-Jerez, P., Uglem, I., Bj||Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, pp. 271||2010||Habitat, Wild/Farmed Interaction|
|10||The ecological role of the water-column microbes in the sea||
Recently developed techniques for estimating bacterial biomass and productivity indicate that bacterial biomass in the sea is related to phytoplankton concentration and that bacteria utilize 10 to 50 % of carbon fixed by photosynthesis. Evidence...
|Azam, R., Fenchel, T., Field, J.G., Gray, J.S., Meyer-Reil, L.A. and Thingstad, F.||Marine Ecology Progress Series., pp. 257-263||1983||Water Quality, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|36||Taking uncertainty seriously: from permissive regulation to preventive design in environmental decision making||
This paper contrasts two paradigms of environmental regulatory decision making, "permissive regulation** and "preventative design," with respect to their treatment of scientific and legal uncertainty and the allocation of legal standards and...
|M'Gonigle, M., Jamieson, T.L., McAllister, M.K. and Peterman, R.M.||Osgoode Hall Law Journal, pp. 53-69||1994||Regulations/Policy|
|2106||Aquaculture pharmaceuticals and biologicals: current perspectives and future possibilities.||
With the continued expansion of cultured fin and shellfish species, aquaculture has become a key component of the animal health industry. The ever-increasing demand for quality pharmaceutical and biological products, to combat bacterial and viral...
|Shao, Z. J.||Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, pp.229-243||2001||Antibiotics/Pesticides, Cultured|
|2131||Microbial Production of Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA, C22:6).||
Descriptive research on the microbial production of docosahexaenoic acid. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, 22:6), a long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid of the omega-3 family, is widely recognized to be an important dietary constituent. It is the...
|Singh, A. and Ward, O. P.L.||Advances in Applied Microbiology, pp.271-312||1997||Genetics/Molecular|
|1559||Fatty acid trophic markers in the pelagic marine environment.||
Fatty acids have been used as qualitative markers to trace or confirm predator prey relationships in the marine environment for more than thirty years. More recently, they have also been used to identify key processes impacting the dynamics of...
|Dalsgaard, J., St. John, M., Kattner, G., M||Advances in Marine Biology, pp.225-340||2003||Genetics/Molecular|
In 1972 we published a review in Advances in Marine Biology which summarized the current situation in fish nutrition as we saw it at that time (Cowey and Sargent, 1972). Our approach, both from inclination and conviction, was biochemical. We...
|Cowey, C. B. and Sargent, J. R.||Advances in Marine Biology, pp.383-494||1972||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|1032||An Evaluation of the Effects of Conservation and Fishery Enhancement Hatcheries on Wild Populations of Salmon.||
^The historical, political and scientific aspects of salmon hatchery programmes designed to enhance fishery production, or to recover endangered populations, are reviewed. We start by pointing out that the establishment of hatcheries has been a...
|Naish, K. A., Taylor Iii, J. E., Levin, P. S., Quinn, T. P., Winton, J. R., Huppert, D. and Hilborn, R.W. S. David||Advances in Marine Biology, pp.61-194||2007||Enhancement, Freshwater/Hatchery, Sustainability, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific), Wild/Farmed Interaction|
|2012||Sealice on Salmonids: Their Biology and Control.||
Lepeophtheirus salmonis and Caligus elongatus are the two common species of sealice responsible for serious disease problems in salmonid aquaculture. L. salmonis in particular is the most serious parasitic infection on Atlantic salmon farms in...
|Pike, A. W. and Wadsworth, S. L.R. M. J.R. Baker and D. Rollinson||Advances in Parasitology, pp.233-337||1999||Sea Lice|
|2080||Infectious Pancreatic Necrosis Virus: Biology, Pathogenesis, and Diagnostic Methods.||
Infectious pancreatic necrosis virus (IPNV) is the etiological agent of
|Saint-Jean, S. R., Borrego, J. J. and Perez-Prieto, S. I.||Advances in Virus Research, pp.113-165||2003||Fish Health/Nutrition|
Each link in the harvesting/processing chain is critical to maintaining salmon quality. Although much of the salmon that is produced is of good quality, there are a significant number of fish that still get mistreated.
|Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute||Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute||1992||Commercial, Cultured, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|107||Breeding structure of populations in relation to speciation||
The problem of speciation involves both the processes by which populations split into non-interbreeding groups and those by which single populations change their characteristics in time, thus leading to divergence of previously isolated groups...
|Wright, S.||Amer. Naturalist, pp. 232-248||1995||Genetics/Molecular|
|81||Supplementation: Panacea or curse for the recovery of declining fish stocks?||
The role of hatchery supplementation in helping recover naturally reproducing fish populations is the subject of much debate. The use of supplementation to increase natural production cannot be considered a viable alternative to solving ecosystem...
|Bowles, E.C.||American Fisheries Society Symposium, pp. 227-283 Bowles, E.C.||1995||Cultured, Enhancement, Freshwater/Hatchery, Genetics/Molecular, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|80||Genetic effects of hatchery fish on wild populations of Pacific salmon and steelhead: What do we really know?||
A general perception or belief has arisen in recent years that hatcheries and hatchery fish maybe negatively affecting the genetic constitution of wild populations of conspecific fish. Several factors have contributed to this perception including...
|Campton, D.E.||American Fisheries Society Symposium, pp. 337-353||1995||Cultured, Enhancement, Freshwater/Hatchery, Genetics/Molecular, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|79||The effect of hatcheries on native Coho salmon populations in the Lower Columbia River||
In May 1990, the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) was petitioned to list lower Columbia River (LCR) Coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch under the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA). The NMFS' biological status review of this petition...
|Flagg, T.A., Warnitz, F.W., Maynard, D.J., Milner, G.B. and Maeenken, C.V.W.||American Fisheries Society Symposium, pp. 366-375||1995||Cultured, Enhancement, Freshwater/Hatchery, Genetics/Molecular, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|