Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Daily Digest: 12/06/12

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  • The pros and cons of salmon farming in British Columbia, Canada, have been debated for decades.  Critics fear that Atlantic salmon raised in open-net cages can pass on diseases to wild salmon.  However, an outbreak of the IHN virus in May 2012 appears to have been caused by passing wild stocks.  Read more...
  • Questions raised over proposed marine park in Australia.  Read more...
  • Saudi Arabia pledges $66m for fishing and agricultural projects.  Read more...
  • £3.5m European Fisheries grant for Scottish fishing.  Read more...
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A salmon farm which holds yearlings for up to ...
A salmon farm which holds yearlings for up to two years. Many hold broodstock for even longer in these conditions to help ensure large, sexually mature adults. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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