Publicado por: pongpesca | 2019/06/25

Scots-Canadian research team to boost sustainable fishing

The new monitoring tool could benefit sites which are currently hard to analyse, including high energy waters such as these at Skelwick, Orkney. Picture: Contributed“A Scots-Canadian research partnership is pioneering a new tool to better understand the environmental impact of the aquaculture industry and potentially support its ­long-term growth.
The research consortium – led by Cooke Aquaculture, one of the world’s largest salmon producers, and the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) – is exploring how to measure sulphide levels more quickly, accurately and cost effectively at six fish farms in Scotland and Canada.
Limitations of current monitoring methods have restricted the deployment of fish farms in areas such as Orkney and Shetland.”

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Fonte: The Scotsman, 24 de junho de 2019

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