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Record #153315:

Havbruksrapport 1999 / Tore Kristansen.

Title: Havbruksrapport 1999 / Tore Kristansen.
Translated title: Sea use report 1999.
Author(s): Kristansen, Tore.
Date: 1999.
Language: Norwegian.
In: Fisken og Havet. Saernummer. (1999.), Vol. 3 (1999)
Abstract: Norway is largest exporter of salmon; trout farming is increasing fast. Halibut may be next success story. Cod can now be farmed with artificially delayed sexual maturation. Spotted wolf fish is being tried in Troms. Hake, eels and sea urchins are also considered. Shellfish comprise king scallop and mussels. Tagging lobsters shows advantages of controlled releases into wild stock. Worst plagues are salmon lice and VER virus in halibut. 25 years after first halibut were produced, this is last annual report of Norwegian aquaculture "blue revolution", industry in pioneer stage with colourful characters, competing theories and ideas.
Notes:

Fisken og Havet. Saernummer. Vol. 3 :1-155 (1999).

English summary p.9, English captions.

Keywords: 597.553.2 -- Salmoniformes.
639.3 -- Aquaculture.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 153315

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