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EU Fish News, Friday 29 August: Salmon Lice Probe is a Family Affair

Salmon Lice Probe is a Family Affair

EU Fish News, Friday 29 August.

SCIENTISTS at the Institute of Marine Research, and the Salmon Louse Research Centre at the University of Bergen, both located in Norway, have for the first time produced families of sea lice to investigate resistance development in salmon lice. 249 more words

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Deep Sea project hailed as ‘Monster salmon farm proposal’ in latest Irish Examiner article

The Irish Examiner publishes today (07.08.2014) a lengthy feature about the ‘Deep Sea Fish Farming’ project in Galway Bay and the second ‘Deep Sea’ project between Inishturk and Inishbofin. 158 more words

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Undercurrent News, July 24 2014: Stricter sealice rules in Norway, tight supply could see salmon prices spike in 2015, say analysts

Stricter sealice rules in Norway, tight supply could see salmon prices spike in 2015, say analysts

Undercurrent News, July 24 2014

Stricter sea lice rules in Norway combined with a tight supply could lead to a new salmon price spike in 2015, argued analysts from the investment bank Norne Securities. 615 more words

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Undercurrent News, 10 July 2014: Grieg manager given prison sentence over misleading lice reports

Grieg manager given prison sentence over misleading lice reports

Undercurrent News, 10 July 2014

A production manager at Grieg Seafood who filed misleading sea lice reports has been given a 30 day prison sentence, after Norwegian authorities reviewed an earlier court ruling to only fine the culprit, reports… 122 more words

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